The local authorities in Marib say that seven children were returned to their families after being recruited by Houthis

The local authorities in Marib say that seven children were returned to their families after being recruited by Houthis

The local authority in Marib province said it had returned seven children to their families, who were captured among the Houthi militia fighters on the battlefronts.

The seven children had been rehabilitated for a full month and belonged to Sa'dah, Ibb, Dhamar and Hodeidah governorates.

The undersecretary of Marib province, Dr. Abed Rabbo Meftah called the international organizations, whose reports are discussed at the Human Rights Council, called attention to the actions of the Al-Houthi group, violations against children, and to desist from ignoring these violations and condemning them clearly.

He explained that this batch of children who are sent back to their families after their family by the government forces in the rebels fighting with the Houthi militias, after their rehabilitation, is the sixth batch and legally documented and handed over to the international human rights organizations concerned and which did not heed the fact that it is a crime That rise to war crimes.


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