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Thursday December 3, 2020

Yemeni human rights: The United Nations is a major cause of all crimes of aggression in Yemen

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Tayseer said in the “Yemeni Al-Mashhad” program on Al-Alam TV: This is the first time that the High Commissioner has recognized that there are a large number of those who have been martyred in this war of aggression on Yemen for nearly 6 consecutive years. And from the indirect war of aggression, more than 291,000 were killed in this war in full view of the world and the United Nations.

He added: There are large numbers that the concerned authorities could not reach their numbers or their whereabouts due to the intensification of the battles in a number of regions and governorates, but I am sure and assure that the United Nations was a major and main cause of all these crimes that occur in Yemen, rather it was a factor encouraging the continuation of the war. And it gave a green light to the aggression countries Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and a number of other countries that have been fighting Yemen for more than 2000 days until they commit more of these crimes daily over this period and commit what humanity has not committed before in any aggressive war against any other people.

Tayseer continued: What happened in Yemen is a shame and a disgrace to the United Nations, which for more than 80 years has taught the world that there are values ​​and principles for human rights and democracy that must be respected and we find that they are the same today encouraging these countries to continue their aggressive war against the Yemeni people. As for the men of men on the battlefields, we find them steadfast and able to make great differences that limit these criminal operations carried out by the countries of the coalition of the American, Saudi, and Emirati aggression against the peaceful Yemeni people.

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The United Nations High Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) announced that “the fighting” in Yemen has claimed the lives of 233,000 people over the course of about 6 years. She explained that this number had lost its life since the “war” began. Either because of the conflict directly or for reasons related to it.

The Commission stressed that Yemen has reached a critical point, and there is an urgent need for a ceasefire now, as it puts it.

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