Ministry of Human Rights Condemns Abduction of Woman, Two Children in Hodeidah
Ministry of Human Rights condemned the criminal act carried out by US-Saudi coalition recruits, which is the abduction of a woman and her two children from their home by force and coercion in the village of al-Baqa’a of Hodeidah province, western Yemen.
According to a statement issued by the Ministry on Saturday, two military pickups belonging to the so-called military police on Wednesday morning at 6 April 2019, raided the house of the Citizen Abdou Salem Omar in the village of al-Baqa’a, of Tuhita district in the west coast.
The statement added that the militants carried out operation search and then destroyed the house completely.
They kidnapped wife and two children aged between 4- 7 years, and beaten them directly and taken to an unknown location.
It considered that this inhumane and immoral acts by the aggression against the woman and her children are a terrorist act and a disgrace to the states of the coalition forces and their mercenaries
The statement said that this act is against all human rights values, principles and norms and international laws.
The United Nations and its various bodies must shoulder their legal and moral responsibility towards these crimes
The Ministry of Human Rights called on the Security Council and the Human Rights Council to take responsibility for war crimes and grave violations committed by the States of the coalition against Yemeni women and girls.