Houthi militias kidnap three children from al-Baydha and took them to an unknown destination

Houthi militias kidnap three children from al-Baydha and took them to an unknown destination

On Tuesday, the al-Houthi militia abducted three children from al-Baydha province at a point on the road between the governorates of al-Baydha and Dhamar, central Yemen.

According to sources for the "Almasdar online ", the Houthi leader called "Waseem al-Wishli", arrested children as young as 13 years of age, at one of the points of the militia, and took them to an unknown place.

The abduction of the three children was due to the attitude of their tribe, the "Serar Al Baydha", which rejects the presence of the Houthis in their area, the sources said.

According to the sources, Ali al-Sarari and two of his companions were returning from the town of Dhamar to their hometown of Serar in Qaifah area.

The Houthi leader, Waseem al-Wishli, from the village of al-Washel-Zubaid, south of Dhamar City, abducted and tortured dozens of Al - Baydhah children and sons.


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