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“Dr. Ahmed Al Hamli: The Houthis have used women as human shields”

“Dr. Ahmed Al Hamli: The Houthis have used women as human shields”

November 17, 2015 4:29 pm

The following interview with Dr. Ahmed Thani Al Hamli was conducted in Arabic by Sky News Arabia.

President of the TRENDS Research & Advisory, Dr. Ahmed Thani Al Hamli , says that Houthis are using civilians especially women and children as human shields by placing them in areas which are heavily targeted military.

To read the abstract and view the video please follow the link: http://www.skynewsarabia.com/web/article/791662/

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