Yemenis suffer internationally violated practices in southern Yemen: Int. organizations
The southern areas controlled by the US-Saudi led coalition forces are witnessing chaos, insecurity and the spread of the Takfiri groups with expansion of their activity. Besides the increasing of assassinations, bombings and clashes between paid fighters fighting for influence among them.
The UAE forces have raped a total of 200 detainees and forcibly disappeared in the port city of Aden, southern Yemen, according to a report issued by UN experts .
The report said that the experts panel had conducted investigations into sexual violence, including the rape of adult male detainees by Emirati officers.
The report confirmed that in March 2018, the UAE forces stormed Bir Ahmed prison facility in the city and committed acts of sexual violence.
Over 49 detainees have been tortured to death in clandestine prisons run by the UAE in southern Yemen where brutal interrogation techniques, including physical and psychological torture, are used by Emirati forces, a report says.
On June 20, the Associated Press reported that Emirati officers had been torturing and sexually assaulting hundreds of captives at UAE-run prisons in southern Yemen. According to the report, the UAE runs a network of at least 18 secret prisons.
A month later, Amnesty International also reported that the UAE and its allied local paid fighters had been torturing captives at a network of clandestine prisons in southern Yemen.
A leading southern political figure on Tuesday revealed that the government of the exiled Hadi had prevented a health organization from establishing a public hospital in Mukalla city of Hadramout province, eastern Yemen.
The southern politician, Ahmed Omar bin Farid, said in a tweet on his Twitter account that a big health organization offered to establish a public hospital, which provides all health services for patients and moving between the cities of Aden and Mukalla.
In addition, many families in the Yemeni southern provinces are demanding that the coalition forces disclose the fate of their missing children who are recruited by the UAE to fight in the western coast front.
“Children are recruited for sums of money by military leaders from the southern provinces to participate in fighting what they called Houthis in the western coast front,” said the family of the missing child Ahmed Abdulmuneim al-Abadi al-Hushabi, from al-Musaimeer district of Lahj province.
Three paid fighters of the so-called “southern transitional council” backed by the United Arab Emirates were wounded on Monday in the southern city of Aden.
A Red Tusan car was driven by a woman, traveling at high speed ran over three elements of the southern transitional militia at one of their points in the city of Aden, Yemen Press Agency reported.
Furthermore, 3 civilians were killed and others injured on Monday evening and 4 cars were destroyed following a terrible traffic accident in the city of Aden.
An Imam and preacher of a mosque on Monday, as well as, were shot dead by unidentified gunmen in the southern city of Aden. Sheikh Hani Osman Ali, was killed by gunmen riding a motorcycle while leaving the dawn prayer, while the perpetrators fled.
A child also in Aden city escaped on Monday a raping attempt by bus driver, whereas the driver was following the child, so the child’s family informed the police.
Above all, three paid fighters of the UAE-backed so-called ” Southern Transitional Council “were injured on Monday in Aden city when a car crushed them in a security checkpoint.The car was belonging to women, who was followed by unknown men, trying to kidnapping her and she headed in high speed toward the paid fighters.
Aden city, which was occupied by UK but now under the control of UAE, and the rest of the southern cities witness an insecurity situation that increased the assassinations of Imams of mosques and security and military leaderships
The province of Aden also witnesses a security fiasco that escalated with killings, looting issues , in addition to others that never happened before.
The UAE took control of Aden under the pretext of confronting the so –called “Houthis” , part of the Yemeni army forces and supported the establishment and formation of armed elements there.
A few months ago, Emirati-backed forces were fighting and killing Saudi-backed forces in Aden. The south is moving towards outright autonomy The entrenchment of a war economy is another significant obstacle to peace.