Iran militias destroy 63 archaeological landmarks in al-Jawf

English - الثلاثاء 19 مارس 2019 الساعة 08:58 م
Al-Jawf –

More 63 sixt archaeological and historic landmarks were destroyed by the Houthi militias in al-Jawf province.

The Human Rights Office in al-Jawf, during a press conference in the province in a report, said that armed militias destroyed 1722 private properties and public institutions between 2015 and 2018.

32 houses, 41 schools, 1,500 farms were destroyed, 10 water wells were damaged, 3 partisan headquarters were destroyed, 10 government buildings, 6 health facilities, and 63 archaeological sites were destroyed by the armed militias.

Historical cities have become almost totally destroyed in the different districts in al-Jawf province.

The report pointed out that the coup militias follow the crime of bombing and destroying houses, private and public property systematically.

The report added that the armed militias intended to force people to leave their houses, including sectarian cleansing, and to bring people to their knees , and to penalize their opponents.

The report affirmed that the crimes violate international humanitarian law and human rights and include in the list of terrorism and crimes against humanity and constituted a flagrant violation of international law and norms.