Yemen: The exploitation of religion and children in making war against the southerners
May 14, 2020
in HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS
‏The National Center for Human Rights (NCHRDD) in Yemen accused the Yemeni Islah party militia of using religion and children to mobilize and promote war against southerners.

‏The NCHRDD published pictures of dead children and prisoners between the ages of 13 and 14 who were recruited into the militia of the Muslim Brotherhood, or what is locally called the Yemeni Reform Party ISLAH .
The leaders of these groups that involved of the Yemeni army are used to push the tribes of the Ma’rib governorate and thier loyalists to as well as the Islamic elements who trained in Islamic institution in Mareb to fight the southerners as “infidels” according to previous fatwas issued by a number of leaders of the Islamic Reform Party.
The NCHRDD has demanded on international human rights organizations, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and the United Nations organizations concerned for investigating violations against children thst committed by armed Islamic militias that it operating under the cover of the Yemeni army which recruiting and send children to the fronts, similar to the Houthis rebels , who play the same inhumane role against childhood and humanity.
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