Yemeni Lawyers Complaint Against Saudi Aggression In Front Of The International Criminal Court

25 Aug 2016

Umm Kulthum Ba'alawyMEP: The Director of the human rights team defender Yemen Umm Kulthum Ba’alawy (Kim Sharif) said that lawyers Yemenis in the process of preparing an indictment against Saudi Arabia and its allies who have committed war crimes in Yemen, and submit them to the International Criminal Court.

Speaking on the sidelines of the International Conference for the Defense of the Yemeni people, which is held in the British capital London, Ba’alawy added that “Yemen is an independent country, and that is right for the Yemeni people to decide their own destiny democratically, and this right is guaranteed to all countries in the world according to the Geneva Convention, and we call on all parties to respect this right.”

She explained that filing a complaint against Saudi Arabia before the International Criminal Court needs a long effort and patience, but we believe that such a thing can be achieved.

Nearly 10,000 people, most of them civilians, have been killed since the beginning of Riyadh’s military aggression against Yemen in March 2015 and later launched ground operations to undermine the ruling Houthi Ansarullah movement and its allies and restore power to Hadi.

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