Organized by the Human League for Rights: a virtual symposium reviewing freedom of expression in light of the Houthi gang’s violations

Organized by the Human League for Rights: a virtual symposium reviewing freedom of expression in light of the Houthi gang’s violations
Organized by the Human League for Rights: a virtual symposium reviewing freedom of expression in light of the Houthi gang’s violations
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The Human Association for Rights organized this evening a virtual symposium on freedom of expression in light of the violations of the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang.

I discussed the seminar he moderated President of the Human League for Rights, Faisal Al-Qaifi

A number of axes on freedom of expression in light of the policy of repression, kidnappings, and trials pursued by the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang against journalists, media professionals, and civil society activists.

Where the journalist and political researcher Abdullah Ismail referred to the methods and methods of the Houthi gang in suppressing press freedoms in the areas under its control by confiscating freedoms of opinion and expression, closing the headquarters of the media and satellite channels, and cutting the salaries of media employees and state employees in general, pointing out that the violations of the Houthi gang are right Media professionals and journalists have become axiomatic and indisputable.

Pointing out that the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi gang, since its coup against power, has sought to consider journalists and the media as its enemies, and through its leader and gang leaders, incited the killing of journalists, considering them a legitimate target for killing and arrest, and accusing them of being agents and espionage.

For his part, a member of the Yemeni Journalists Syndicate, Nabil Al-Osaidi, touched on the policy of the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang in imposing a one-vote policy and suppressing voices opposing its criminal policy.

He stressed that the media in the areas controlled by the Iran-backed terrorist Houthi gang has turned into only one voice and expresses the policy, goals and ideology of the Houthi gang, pointing out that the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang has committed over the past years more than 1,500 violations against journalists, media professionals and civil society activists. In Yemen.

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The academic and human rights defender, Dr. Arwa Al-Khattabi, talked about the Houthi gang’s reproduction of Iranian methods and policies in suppressing freedoms and silencing the mouths of opponents.

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It referred to the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang, which is an exact copy of the mullahs’ regime in Iran.

Pointing out that it has carried out all the violations committed by the mullahs’ regime in Iran against media professionals, journalists, media activists, and politicians, and has also suppressed all the faint voices that speak of its atrocity and plundering of state funds and citizens’ property.

The Executive Director of the Yemeni Coalition for Monitoring Human Rights Violations in Yemen, Mutahar Al-Badji, addressed the violations of the Houthi gang against civil society organizations and human rights defenders.

Through this axis, he touched on the Houthi gang’s methods of suppressing civil society activists and human rights defenders in areas under its control, including kidnapping and enforced disappearance in violations amounting to war crimes, he said.

He pointed out that the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist gang exerted great pressure on the active civil society organizations in the areas under its control, and it is their duty to leave Sana’a and the rest of the governorates under its control, and sought to establish organizations that owe allegiance to it and are complicit in its crimes against the Yemenis.

The symposium was enriched with many interventions and discussions that revealed the Houthi gang’s violations against journalists and media professionals in Yemen.

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