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SIG notifies the president and members of the United Nations of the violations of Muslim Brotherhood



11.MAR.2021


An important word: The Independent Southern Group notifies the President and members of the United Nations Human Rights Council of the violations and military mobilization by the Muslim Brotherhood towards Aden.


Engineer Shadi Alwan, member of SIG for the Defense of Human Rights, in solidarity with the Partners Foundation for Transparency and Maat for Peace, delivered a speech addressed to the 46th session of the United Nations Human Rights Council currently held in Geneva, Switzerland, announcing the violations of the President and members of the United Nations Human Rights Council. The military build-up by the Muslim Brotherhood towards Aden and the Houthi’s continued mobilization towards Ma'rib confirmed that this threatens civilians and further destabilizes the region.


In his speech, Alwan drew the attention of the President and members of the United Nations Human Rights Council to the violations that civilians are exposed to in Yemen in light of a catastrophic humanitarian situation, which is increasing both day after day, as Houthi militias commit the largest share of violations, the most recent of which was the targeting of Aden airport with missiles. On the fall of 135 civilians killed or wounded, indicating that the Muslim Brotherhood forces in Shabwa and Hadramout governorates continued to kill opponents, arrest journalists and activists, and suppress peaceful demonstrations, as Shabwa governorate alone recorded more than 60 deaths and 516 cases of arbitrary arrests during the past year.


He praised the ongoing efforts of the United Nations to bring peace and stressed that the independent Southern Group shares the United Nations opinion that the first steps to stop the violations is to stop the war and enter into negotiations. He also stressed that sustainable and comprehensive peace will not be achieved without the participation of all parties, including the southerners.


In the conclusion of the speech, Eng. Shadi Alwan said SIG Partners for Transparency and Maat for Peace support efforts to find a solution and hold human rights violators accountable, the last of which is placing Sultan Zaben on the list of international sanctions, and they invite the United Nations Human Rights Council to take urgent steps. To stop the two parts of the ongoing violations of international law, and to push for a peaceful solution by stopping war and dialogue for a permanent solution.


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