ADEN, Yemen- The Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights, condemned here today, death sentences imposed by Iranian-backed Houthi Coup Militias, against Yemeni citizens, in Sana'a.

In a statement, announced here today, the ministry condemned the death sentence, carried out by the Al-Houthi Coup Militia, last Jan, against Hamed Kaman bin Haidara, 52, after being detained and subjected to physical and psychological torture, solitary confinement and enforced disappearance for many months.

According to the Yemeni news agency, these violations and crimes fall within a continuous series of violations, committed by the Iranian-backed Houthi Coup Militia, against Yemenis, in general.

The Ministry called upon the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights of the United Nations organisations, the Red Cross and other international organisations, to condemn this crime, and to put pressure against the Coup Militias to release all those, who are arbitrarily abducted, forcibly disappeared, provide medical treatment and health care.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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