Yemen: UN Should Include the Issue of Torture Victims in the Mission of its Envoy to Save the Lives of Detainees

Yemen: UN Should Include the Issue of Torture Victims in the Mission of its Envoy to Save the Lives of Detainees July 16, 2018: The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the United Nations to include the issue of victims of torture and detainees, in the agenda of the Special Envoy of the UN to Yemen, Martin Griffith, to save the lives of the detainees after many of them lost their life. RR said that the deaths under torture in the detention centers of the Houthi armed group in the northern provinces, […]

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Yemen: Rights Radar calls on the UN to put an end to the suffering of the IDPs of Hodeidah

Yemen: Rights Radar calls on the UN to put an end to the suffering of the IDPs of Hodeidah July 2, 2018: The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the international community to urgently intervene to save the lives of more than three million and 600 thousand people who are living in Hodeidah province, west Yemen, which witnessed an armed conflict. RR called on the United Nations to urgently intervene to protect civilians in areas where armed clashes took place in the province of Hodeidah during the past 2 weeks, where the […]

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Yemen: Rights Radar Calls on the UN to Urgently Put an End to the Killing of Detainees and Journalists

Yemen: Rights Radar Calls on the UN to Urgently Put an End to the Killing of Detainees and Journalists June 11, 2018: The Netherlands-based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), called on the United Nations to urgently intervene and stop the killing of detainees and journalists in Yemen, which reached a very serious level amid the silence of the United Nations. RR demanded the special envoy of the UN Secretary-General for Yemen, Martin Griffith, to include the issue of detainees and journalists of Yemen in his next briefing to the UN Security Council scheduled for […]

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  Yemen: The 3 Years of War Cause a (Deadly Blockade) on Civilians, which Destroyed the Life More than the Shilling The Hague, March 23, 2018: The Netherlands-based Arabs’ human rights foundation Rights Radar (RR), released today, a report marking the 3rd. anniversary of the armed conflict in Yemen, between Houthi/Saleh militants and government forces, supported by Saudi-led coalition. RR said in its report titled (Yemen: The Deadly Blockade), that “the three years of the war in Yemen caused a deadly siege, which made massive destruction in the life, more than the destruction of the weapons shelling”. The death toll […]

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The Hague, March 8, 2018: The Netherlands-based human rights foundation Rights Radar (RR) condemned the serious abuses targeted the women in Yemen during the past three-year war, which caused them deeply suffering. These human rights violations mostly committed by Houthi militants’ group in their controlled provinces, in addition to violations committed by other armed forces loyal to the UAE in the southern provinces, under the control of the Yemeni government. “Houthi group and pro-Emirati forces have carried out repressive and degrading acts of Yemeni women’s rights and deprive them of the most basic rights, as well as serious violations against […]

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March 2, 2018: The in the Netherlands based foundation for human rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), has warned against the repression of freedom of expression and the destruction of journalism in Southern Yemen. That part of the country is under the control of the government, but heavily influenced by United Arab Emirates’ forces. Rights Radar (RR) noted with great concern the recent deterioration of the situation of the freedom of expression and the attacks on many journalists and media outlets in the provinces of Aden and Hadramout, Southern Yemen. The province of Aden witnessed this week several […]

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The Hague (09/01/2018): The Netherlands based foundation for Human Rights in the Arab world, Rights Radar (RR), announced that 113 detainees have been killed in Yemen under torture inside detention centers run by the Ansarallah (Houthi) rebel group since 21 September 2014. Some cases may be qualified as war crimes.   RR stated that it had investigated 113 killings under physical torture carried out in illegal detention centers run by the Houthi rebel group in the capital Sana’a and other cities under Houthi control, along with some other death cases of civilian detainees in prisons run by Yemeni forces loyal […]

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The Hague, 11 Dec. 2017: The foundation for human rights, Rights Radar (RR), expresses its deep concern about the serious human rights abuses committed in the Yemeni capital Sana’a during the days following the killing of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh by the Ansar Allah movement, known as the Houthi rebels, as well as about the violations committed during the clashes between the militants of both sides. In its statement, announced from The Hague, the Netherlands, Rights Radar announced that “The Houthi group intensified its revengeful behaviour regarding its opponents, first and foremost demonstrated by the execution of former Yemeni […]

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10/10/2017: Rights Radar (RR) for human rights called on the international community to protect the people of Taiz province, central Yemen, from the repeatedly violations and horrific crimes of the militants of Houthi rebels and former President Ali Abdullah Saleh amid international community silence. RR strongly condemned the horrific killing of the wife and child of the teacher Taha Hasan Farea in the al-Jirat village, Abadan district, east of Taiz, Yemen, on Friday evening, October 6, 2017, by firing live bullets at them in cold blood in front of their house and children, brutally and violently to all laws of […]

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28/08/2017: The Rights Radar (RR) organization for human rights in Arab World strongly condemned the targeting of civilians in the area of Faj Attan in the Yemeni capital Sana’a by the Saudi-led coalition forces, as well as the killing of civilians in the city of Taiz by the forces of Houthi group and former president Ali Abdullah Saleh. RR said in a press statement that “The killing of civilians is a war crime that does not subject to statute of limitations”. “Saudi-led Arab coalition and Houthi- Saleh forces must bear their legal and moral responsibility, abide by rules of engagement […]

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