Rights Radar organization on Thursday issued a report on human rights violations in Arhab in the north of the capital Sana'a.
The report included the most human rights violations committed in the period from December 2014 to December 2016, pointing out that some of them amount to war crimes.
" According to the field monitoring team of Rights Radar, 3997 incidents of human rights of violations on the Arhaab Tribe by the Houthi militias and Saleh forces during December 2014 to December 2016 have been documented," said the report.
"These violations ranged from extrajudicial killings, arbitrary detentions and detentions in private and secret persons, torture and forced disappearances, house demolitions, looting of property and excessive use of force against civilians".
"The monitoring process of violations included the documentation of 41 civilian deaths, including two women and two children and 57 serious injuries, including three injuries of women and one injury of a child".
"3997 incidents of human rights violations on the Arhab Tribe by Houthi Militia and Saleh forces during December 2014 to December 2016 have been documented. The team checked 11 people who were subjected to attempts of murder during in which four of them sustained serious injuries that resulted in permanent disability".
"849 cases of abduction have also been monitored by the team, 19 of which are children, in addition to more than 300 people who had been forcibly hidden for months in unknown locations".
"The authorities did not disclose any information about them. Moreover, 81 detainees were subjected to physical torture, while the majority of detainees were subjected to cruel and inhuman treatment. More than 200 cases and 453 displaced families were permanently relocated to secure areas in eastern Yemen".
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