Prisoner released from detention with amnesia !Prisoner released from detention with amnesia
Mohammed Rashad was detained by the Houthis in early 2018 and released in the last prisoners exchange deal
When his family received him, he didn't recognize them
Rashad lost his memory completely after leaving the Houthi prison
He lost his ability to speak also after being held for 4 months in inhumane conditions in a dark, dirty cellar known as “Al-Dhaghata”, without windows or sanitation facilities
Instead of taking him to the house, his family took him to the hospital
Many released prisoners complain about the torture and ill-treatment in Houthi prisons
Do other agreements include guarantees against torturing the detainees and abductees?
Students struggle to study in public schools lacking basic facilities in TaizSchools lack the basic facilities in Taiz city
Neglect by the authorities of public schools forces students to study in this environment
Severely overcrowded schools with cramped classrooms which lack educational facilities
Dozens of students struggle to study
While dropping-out is the only alternative
A painful reality due to the ongoing conflict
In a country where the budget for bullets and guns is bigger than the budget for paper and pens
Has the activity of Total Oil Company shifted from energy producer to extractor of confessions?Has the activity of Total Oil Company shifted from energy producer to extractor of confessions?
Human rights organizations published a shocking report about the secret prisons in Balhaf oil facility.
Balhaf facility is a natural gas liquefaction project under the administration of French company Total Oil.
The investigative report documented testimonies of civilians detained inside the oil facility.
It also documented a detention center where the detainees were subjected to torture and ill-treatment by Emirate soldiers.
"One of the soldiers told me as soon as I entered the dungeon: You have arrived in hell, we will kill you and you will never leave," one of the former detainees in Belhaf facility reported.
How did France become a partner to the Emirates in violating human rights in Yemen?
And why does France continue to sell arms to Saudi and Emirate, despite their involvement in war crimes in Yemen?
Yemeni fine artist paints on the broken glass of houses destroyed by coalition airstrikesThe artist Roqaya Al-Wasi creates unconventional paintings.
After the coalition airstrikes are launched from its military base,
Al-Wasi goes out from her home to collect the remains of the glass.
Al-Wasi paints the vivid colors of life on the signs of collapse,
after the war destroyed her dreams and the dreams of this generation of Yemenis.
The UN previously considered the coalition airstrikes the main cause of civilian casualties in Yemen.
The latest report of the Group of Experts accused all warring parties of committing violations against civilians,
stressing that the coalition airstrikes were carried out without observing the principle of discrimination and prudent avoidance to protect civilians.
Do the colorful paintings lift the darkness inside Yemeni people's chests?
The child Jihad was born without a mother due to Houthi shellIn besieged Taiz…children are born in untraditional ways.
The infant Jihad came to this life by the shrapnel of a tank shell.
The shrapnel seriously injured his mother, therefore the doctors performed a cesarean delivery to save the fetus.
While a mother's bosom is the first thing to receive babies all over the world, Jihad came to this life to find his mother had passed away.
Brutal massacre committed by Houthis shelling targeted civilian houses in Taiz city.
Shelling from one of the high peaks surrounding Taiz killed the mother of Jihad and 11 civilians, including 4 children.
This is not the first crime and won't be the last.
But life always wins over the death makers
Displacement followed by displacement…50 households out in the open
Crime sparks widespread anger in Yemen... What about the 'official' violations?Heinous crime sparks widespread anger in Yemen.
Crimes of enforced Disappearance are not time-barred..Stop the suffering of the victims' families
Sniped because she was bringing water to her family !"I don't know how delinquents and scoundrels flourish in our good valley!"
Salah Abdul Sabour
This little girl was sniped because she was bringing a container of…water!
She went to bring water to her family, but her fate was a bullet in her head.
With the emaciated back of a 10-year-old girl, she struggles to carry this weight…how can her head withstand a sniper shot?
Or rather… how in her mind can she imagine this amount of brutality?
The girl Rowayda is not the first one in the series of direct Houthi targeting of Taiz children.
Ghufran, Farid, Amr, Safaa, and others are witness to unending violations of children’s rights
UNICEF has said that Yemen is one of the worst places on earth to be a child.
Killing, famine, recruitment and lack of education.
Children are not a party to your conflicts…let them live peacefully
In Marib.. paintbrush can be the strongest weapon to deliver a message of peace
Assil Swid.. How long will violations against journalists in Yemen continue?bout a month after his kidnapping, journalist Aseel Suwaid returns to his home.
Pictures show Asil in poor health as a result of torture and malnutrition.
Activists have blamed forces loyal to the UAE-backed transitional council.
Only last year 143 violations were documented against journalists in Yemen.
How long will violations against journalists in Yemen continue?
A Yemeni Child’s Glasses Become a Story of InspirationMuhammad, asked a group of photographers to take a picture of him with the glasses that he made from a wire clothes hanger
The photographer who took the picture displayed the glasses in an online auction
The glasses sell for $3,800 in auction