Yemen (news now) – 11/02/2022. 21:49
Houthi leader admits raping child soldiers to death
- The leader of the terrorist Houthi militia in Yemen recently admitted to raping child fighters in the ranks of the terrorist group
- The document confirmed the extent of the heinous violations taking place within the ranks of the Houthi march, in which children represent the largest proportion of its fighters
An official document seen by Akhbar Alaan revealed that the leader of the terrorist Houthi militia in Yemen had recently admitted to raping child fighters in the ranks of the terrorist group in To whom until death.
The document issued by the Command and Control Center on the 3rd of June 2018 to the personnel affairs officer of the Houthi group stated that the leader of the terrorist group sent instructions regarding placing young people at the front.
And the Yemeni Al-Masdar Online website published the leaked document.
The document indicated that the Houthi leader said in his instructions, “We have reported cases of rape of children at the front, some of which have reached the level of death.”
The document confirmed the extent of the heinous violations that occur within the ranks of the Houthi march, in which children represent the largest proportion of its fighters.
In its report, which was officially issued in late January, the report of the Security Council’s team of experts indicated that there had been rapes of children within the cultural courses of the Houthi group, and said that it had documented cases of these violations.
The report counted 1,406 children killed while fighting alongside the Houthis during 2021, although the numbers, according to the sources, were more than that.
According to these statistics, children who survive being killed by the government’s army or coalition aircraft during battles and clashes are vulnerable to terrible violations and rapes to death at the hands of Houthi supervisors.
The Houthi leadership is not embarrassed to admit that they recruit children, publish this in their official media, and keep quiet about the atrocities that occur within the frameworks of the group and its fighting formations.
A number of prominent group leaders appear behind them with minor bodyguards, most notably Abu Ali al-Hakim, head of Houthi intelligence, who appears in several photos with young guards, which means that it is a systematic process at the top of the group’s pyramid.
It has become known and circulated among Yemenis, especially in Sanaa and the Houthi-controlled governorates, that children who are forced or lured by the Houthis to fight in his ranks are subjected to severe violations.