Brigadier Gen. Al-Hajuri accuses UN of supporting terrorism practiced by Houthis against civilians

Brigadier Gen. Al-Hajuri accuses  UN of supporting terrorism practiced by Houthis against civilians

A Yemeni army commander accused the United Nations of supporting Houthi group in their continued terror of Yemenis and considered its silence on crimes committed against civilians as an attempt to cover up those crimes.

In a statement to "AL-Masdar online ", Brigadier Mohammed al- Hajuri, commander of the Special Forces Brigade, which is fighting against  Houthis at the Haradh axis, called on human rights organizations to visit children and women and reveal their sufferance by the killings, destruction of homes by Houthi militias.

"The Yemeni people have not and will not be subjected to the terror by this rebel gang which has couped on state institutions," al- Hajuri said.

The remarks came after days of a horrific massacre caused by a rocket attack by Houthis on the populated village of Shalilah (east of Haradh), in which more than 15 civilians were killed and wounded, most of them women and children, in addition to the death of dozens of cattle and the property damages.

Al- Hajuri said if the international organization fights terrorism, it is in front of them, the Houthi militias that kill children and women.

Al- Hajuri called on all Yemenis to join forces to confront the terrorist militias that kill Yemenis without law, and displace the Yemeni people, stressing that the militia continues to attack these villages to avenge their children, after the liberation of these areas from the hands of the putschists.

The attack was the second by the Houthis militants, in one week, in the liberated areas north of Hajjah Province, where they targeted a public market in Hayran district, adjacent to Haradh, on Friday, causing civilian casualties.


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