almarsdpost| Special follow up
The Yemeni Journalists Syndicate has refused to refer ten journalists kidnapped by al Houthi militia in Sana a to a specialized court of terrorism.
The union condemned the transfer of journalists to the specialized criminal prosecution after four years of arbitrary detention, concealment and torture, and refused to release them.
The union called on international organizations to press for the release of journalists, loaded with responsibility militia.
The union denounced the failure to allow the leadership and the defense to visit journalists, and the repression, torture, arbitrariness and freedom of detention.
The specialized criminal prosecution under the control of the Houthi militia in Sana a decided to refer 10 journalists to the trial.
According to human rights sources, the militia accused journalists of broadcasting false and malicious news and statements, in order to weaken the strength of defending the homeland and weakening the morale of the people.
The sources explained that the prosecution claimed that journalists broadcast the news through the establishment of several sites and pages through websites and social networking networks