Dozens of Yemeni women and students, in two protest stands, today, Monday, in the Ma’rib governorate, denounced the international silence regarding the humanitarian crimes committed by the Houthi militia against civilians in the governorate and its directorates, and the genocide they are subjected to in front of the eyes and ears of the international community.
The first feminist stand, in front of the headquarters of the international humanitarian organizations (Louvre Hotel), which was carried out by dozens of women from the district of Abdiya and other districts and governorates who live in the provincial capital, condemned the regional and global silence. Al-Abdiyyah is under the applied siege and fire from various internationally prohibited weapons using the scorched-earth strategy, closing all outlets and planting them with mines, preventing the entry of food, potable water, baby milk, oil and gas derivatives, and medicines. Types of weapons fired by the militia on civilians.
In a statement issued by the stand, the women demanded that they handed copies of it to the representatives of the international organizations, the international organizations, to urgently intervene to save the civilians in the Abdiya district, including women, children, the elderly and sick from genocide, and to lift the siege on them and to build an air bridge to deliver medicines and food that were completely lacking to help them resist death Hungry and sick.
The women also called on the international organizations working in the humanitarian field to quickly run food and medical convoys to relieve the people of the district, and to form a human rights and humanitarian team to stand up to this humanitarian catastrophe left by the aggression and siege by the Houthi militia on the people of the district.
In the vigil, they called on the United Nations and the international community to classify the Houthi group as a terrorist group and its leaders are war criminals who must be prosecuted in fairness to the victims and to ensure that they do not go unpunished.
While the students of Belqis Secondary School for Girls in the city denounced the silence of the international community regarding the Houthi militia’s systematic targeting of civilians in residential neighborhoods in the provincial capital and districts with ballistic missiles and marches, the latest of which was targeting Al-Rawda neighborhood in Marib, which resulted in the deaths of 35 civilians, most of whom are children and women, including their colleague “Hamas.” .
In their protest, the students appealed to the human conscience of the international community to move quickly, honestly and forcefully to stop the Houthi militia from its terrorist crimes by targeting civilians in the city of Marib and other directorates with ballistic missiles and marches.
The Houthi militia continues its escalation towards the oil-rich province, which is crowded with hundreds of thousands of displaced people, with the continuation of violent battles along the front lines south and west of the city, leaving dozens of dead and wounded from the army, tribes and Houthis.