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Yemen diversion of the Houthis to the airport

The Yemeni Minister of Information and Culture, Muammar Al-Eryani, accused the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) of taking vital facilities to store weapons and manage their military activities, and endanger the lives of civilians and United Nations staff, calling on the international community to take a stand.
Yesterday, Monday, Al-Eryani said, via the Twitter platform: “The video that the coalition to support the secret legitimacy removed confirms that the Iranian-backed Houthi militia has transformed Sanaa airport into a military barracks that includes workshops for installing and equipping missiles with the participation of experts from Hezbollah and Iran, and the militia’s use of United Nations aircraft. to simulate a scenario of interception and destruction, posing a serious threat to the safety of aircraft and their crews.

He added: “Since his coup, Al-Houthi has taken government headquarters, civil and vital facilities, residential neighborhoods, homes, mosques and markets as dens to store weapons and manage its terrorist activities, in flagrant violation of international laws and covenants that criminalize entrenching civilians and endangering their lives.”

The Yemeni Minister of Information called on the international community, the United Nations, and the United Nations and American envoys to “take a clear position on the terrorist practices of the Houthi militia, which perpetuate civilian objects and civilians, take vital installations for military purposes, and endanger the lives of United Nations crews and relief organizations, which amount to war crimes.” According to him.
Yesterday, Al Arabiya showed a video clip, which it said was that the Houthi group had converted Sanaa airport into a barracks, and the group’s militants had used a United Nations plane to ensure the operation and effectiveness of the air defense system.
Yemen has been witnessing violent battles for nearly 7 years between the Houthi group and its allied forces on the one hand, and the Yemeni army of the internationally recognized government backed by an Arab military coalition led by Saudi Arabia on the other hand to restore large areas controlled by the group, including the capital, Sanaa, in the center of the country in late 2014.
The battles have killed and wounded thousands of civilians, and millions are in need of urgent humanitarian aid, according to the United Nations.

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