The Houthis form a medical committee to examine the virginity of women in their prisons and during their referral for investigation

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The Houthi militia recently formed a medical committee consisting of ten Yemeni female doctors to examine the virginity of women in their prisons and during their referral for investigations, in a clear violation of the rights of female prisoners, which aims to expose them.

Security sources told “the Yemeni witness” today, Sunday, that the Houthis recently formed a medical committee consisting of ten Yemeni female doctors to examine the virginity of women in their prisons and during their referral for investigation.

The sources added that the Houthi medical committee examined ten women, including activists, and questioned the virginity of two, and threatened to publish these reports in the media if they were asked to leave prisons or to declare any embarrassing information to the militia.

The sources confirmed that the medical committee was assigned to carry out examinations of women who had previously been married, and other tests to find out some sexually transmitted diseases, including testing for AIDS, syphilis, pelvic inflammatory disease and other sexually transmitted diseases in order to convict them.

A number of female prisoners revealed earlier that the Houthi militia had asked them to work with the militia to trap their opponents and intelligence work with the Houthis, and their families were threatened to keep them in prisons on malicious charges.

International reports have condemned the Houthi militia’s commission of many violations in their prisons, including imprisonment on malicious charges, torture and rape, and the increasing number of prisoners, especially Yemeni women, whose families are demanding their release for fear of the shame that may inflict on them.



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