This time, the victims were children who were subjected to crimes of killing and slaughter in the manner of Daesh.
Human rights activists, and media professionals criticized on social media the failure of the Taiz police to control security and arrest the perpetrators of the murders that the governorate witnessed in the past two days. They affirm that this inaction is a major factor in the increase in murders and assassinations, which affected a UN official last month in the city of Al-Turbah. The perpetrators have not yet been arrested and brought to trial, despite the boasts of the Taiz police about allegations of security achievement.
The activists expressed their great discontent with the failure of the Taiz police to arrest the murderer, Muhammad Abdel-Azim Al-Sharabi, who committed the crime of killing the child, Ghalib Muhammad Ghalib Al-Barakani, in front of his mother in the Old Airport neighborhood.
In the same regard, activists praised the security services of the Sana’a government for apprehending all the suspects in the murder cases, the latest of which was the arrest of Jamal Ahmed Naji Hatem, who committed the murder of the student, Arslan Muhammad Abdo Saeed, inside Al-Tajdid School.
“A Taiz child is between the arrested killer and the fleeing killer. One of them emptied more than half of the bullets on the body of Ghaleb Muhammad al-Barakani in front of his mother's eyes, in the Airport neighborhood, Taiz. The murderer, Muhammad Abdul-Azim Al-Sharabi, committed his crime and fled. As of writing this post, he has not been arrested by the police in Taiz,” media activist Aya Al-Samei wrote on Facebook.
“The 2nd child, Arslan Muhammad Abd Saeed, is another victim. Arslan’s family did not accept the murderer Jamal Ahmed Naji Hatem, the son of the village sheikh, as an ideal husband for their daughter. So he took revenge by committing his horrific crime by slaughtering the child Arslan in front of his classmates in the middle of the class at Al-Tajdid Al-Runa School. He was unable to escape, and the Sana'a government security managed to arrest him within hours,” she added. “Here, the difference between the areas controlled by the ‘legitimacy’ and Sana’a becomes clear. Taiz, in the areas controlled by Sana'a, enjoys a good security grip, while Taiz, which is under the control of the Aden government, is blown by the winds of murderers and criminals.”
Al-Samei demanded the importance of activating the law and speedy reprisals against criminals, in a way that reduces crime and protects society from dangers that threaten its life, security and peace.
In her turn, the activist, Dr. Eman Al-Dhubhani, wrote on Facebook: “Young Jamal Ahmed Naji Hatem, son of the village sheikh in Al-Ra’ina solitude in Shara’b Al-Rawnah District, Taiz Governorate, made a proposal last week to a girl and was rejected. Yesterday morning, he stormed the Al-Tajdid School and grabbed the child Arslan Muhammad Abdo Saeed, the girl’s brother. He slaughtered him in front of the students inside the school as revenge for being rejected.”
“The security services in Sharaab Al-Rouna managed to arrest the accused after the incident. Meanwhile, Al-Sharabi, who killed the child, Ghalib Muhammad Ghalib, in front of his mother on Sunday evening in the city center, is free and the security campaign was unable to move to arrest him,” she added.
“The campaign is flexing its muscles in Sharjab,” she said, referring to the military campaign carried out by the Islah Party to arrest dissidents in connection with the assassination of the UN official, Muayad Hamidi.
Source: YPA translated by Almasirah English website#Yemen #Taiz #Saudi_Mercenaries #US-Saudi Aggression #Occupied Southern Governorates 23-08-10
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