Recent UAE illegal practices in Yemen




UAE is a main part of Saudi -led coalition that has been incessantly pounding Yemen since March 2015 in an attempt to crush the popular Houthi Ansarullah movement and reinstate former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, who is a staunch ally of the Riyadh regime.

According to a Yemeni military official, unknown gunmen took the life of a soldier belonging to the so-called security campaign backed by UAE forces in Taiz province and fled on Thursday .The incident took place on Jamal street, located in the center of Taiz city .

Ghazwan al-Makhlafi, the child who leads armed groups in Taiz and has many precedents, stormed the headquarters of the prosecution and the court of West Taiz during the scheduled session, known as the burning of al-Maqtari, who is the brother of the media journalist , Ahmed Shawqi Ahmed on April 17

On April 15, unidentified gunmen looted 100 million Yemeni riyals from the Japanese exchange store in Taiz taking advantage of security chaos and armed conflicts .

Taiz is currently the scene of security chaos due to the UAE decision to create Aden-style security built in the province.Above all, protesters rallied in a protest at the beginning of this weak to reject its decision. For example,the district of the Shamaytin in Taiz province witnessed massive demonstrations in the city of AL-Torbah in the center of the Hajriya district to demand the fall of legitimacy and the fall of the “coalition”.

According to sources in Aden port on April 17, the head of the southern transitional council , backed by the UAE forces ,held large areas in the sea by force and started construing a residential city.

Aden, which is under the control of the UAE forces for two years, is witnessing a wide security chaos amid a spread of armed gangs that loot lands belonging to the state and citizens, as well as  assassinations of religious men and military figures in the city.

According to Human Rights Watch spoke in a report about executions, torture and rape of migrants and asylum seekers who were detained in Aden, and called for a clear investigation, pointing out that what is shown is not everything.

The authorities in Aden, following the scandal, announced the removal of the official in charge of the detention center for migrants, but a report by Human Rights Watch, which included live testimony by African migrants detained, said that the forces in Aden took part in these shameful operations and were involved in torture and rape.

The rape scandal in Aden comes just a short time after the rape of a woman in Al-Khukhah by a Sudanese soldier who was brought to fight as a paid fighter, a crime that still reverberates in Yemen after the courageous attitude shown by the victim’s family in the face of intimidation.

In Iraq, the international organizations have documented thousands of cases and published horrific images of those stories inside and outside Abu Ghraib prison. Trump has recently appointed CIA official involved in torture and rape in Iraq. No American soldier has yet been charged for these crimes.