Kuwait sends fourth aid aircraft to Sudan

The State of Kuwait on Sunday dispatched its fourth Air Force plane carrying 10 tons of food supplies to violence-hit Sudan.

The aid aircraft is part of the recently announced airlift aiming at helping the Sudanese people amid their country’s tough circumstances due to ongoing fighting there, Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) Emergency Chief Yusuf Al-Mearaj told KUNA.

Variation in Kuwait’s relief and humanitarian aid is primarily meant to answer the basic needs of the Sudanese people, he said, elaborating that the country’s humanitarian airlift is continuing as per blueprints and programs jointly worked out by the KRCS and the ministries of foreign affairs, defense, health and finance.

The fresh aid is part of Kuwait’s humanitarian initiative: “Kuwait is by Your Side”, which comes in the context of Kuwaiti-Sudanese relations and reflects the Kuwaiti humanitarian role in offering relief aid to the needy and affected people, he noted.

The Kuwaiti cabinet had decided to dispatch urgent relief and medical aid to Sudan at the behest of the country’s political leadership.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

Israel demolishes school east of Bethlehem

Israeli Occupation forces demolished early Sunday, Al-Tahadi School 5 located east of Bethlehem, where 66 students diligently study.

Chair of the Colonization and Wall Resistance Commission in Bethlehem Hassan Brejieh stated the occupation forces with their military vehicles stormed the town and began destroying the brick and tin building, only a few hours before the beginning of the school day.

He told Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that forces assaulted the families who stood in defiance of the demolishing; they shot at them with rubber bullets, as well as fired sonic and gas bombs.

Breijeh added that tents will be put in place to resume the scheduled school year.

Furthermore, the commission explained that occupation courts repeatedly rejected petitions of terminating the demolition.

The commission condemned the act saying that it goes against the most basic laws, and called on the world to hold occupation accountable for its continuous crimes.

As per the instruction of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, the commission asserted that it will rebuild the school and continue to build all that the occupation destroys.

The Education Ministry also denounced the destruction of the school saying that it strips the children of the right to free safe and independent education.

The Ministry labeled this as a heinous crime and part of a series of many crimes targeting the educational system, and paying no heed to international charters, calling on international humanitarian organizations to take a stance against these escalating infringements.

It affirmed that it will do what it takes to make education available and accessible to all, to instilling a sense of determination in schoolchildren.

Al-Tahadi schools were established in occupation-controlled lands, to ensure the right of education to the children of Bedouin communities who had to walk long distances to get to the nearest school.

Israeli occupation forces prohibit the building of schools in these areas; therefore, Al-Tahadi schools are made of brick and portable tin homes.

Source: Kuwait News Agency

Commission Of Integrity Arrests 6 Accused Of Bribery And Failure To Perform Their Job Duties In Diwaniyah

The Investigation Department of the Commission of Integrity announced the arrest of (6) suspects accused of bribery, and that they did not carry out their job duties in Diwaniyah, indicating that among the accused was an officer in the provincial police command.

The department indicated that the staff of the Investigation and Judicial Enforcement Division in the Commission’s investigation office in Diwaniyah managed, in a qualitative operation that took place after close follow-up and high coordination, to trap an officer with the rank of first lieutenant in the act of receiving a bribe inside the office of the provincial police chief.

It added, “The officer, who works as a personal escort of the Diwaniyah police chief, was caught red-handed in the police chief’s office when he received a bribe from one of the associates, in return for dismissing him and allowing him not to work without noticing his absence, explaining that the process was carried out according to a judicial note, and according to the provisions of the law.”

It indicated, “The staff of the division seized (3) employees of Diwaniyah municipality assigned to the tasks of the collection committee in one of the parking lots in the center of the governorate, on the background of their failure to perform their duties assigned to them according to the collection order, and causing them to waste public money, in addition to assigning them to two non-employees who have been arrested to do the collection in their place, pointing to the arrest of the accused, based on the provisions of Article (240) of the amended Penal Code No. (111 of 1969).

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

12 Wanted Persons Arrested In Diyala

Diyala Police Command announced the arrest of 12 persons wanted by the judiciary in the province.

The official spokesman for the Diyala Police Command, Colonel Haitham Al-Shammari, said in a statement that the police forces, within the sectors of responsibility, and through security practices, arrested (12) wanted persons on various legal charges.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

Deputy Speaker Of Parliament Stresses The Importance Of The Child Protection Law For Future Generations

First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, stressed the importance of the draft child protection law for future generations.

Mandalawi, in a speech during his sponsorship of a discussion session on (child protection), in the presence of the heads of a number of parliamentary committees (women, family and childhood, labor and civil society organizations, legal, human rights), a number of MPs, representatives of the relevant ministries, civil society organizations, and specialists in this regard, said “the legislative institution is interested in amending and maturing the draft child protection law, so that it meets international standards and agreements,” noting that “the large number of violations that have been monitored in the past periods regarding children and the willful neglect by the previous regime pushes everyone to work diligently in order to legislate this important law. “.

He stressed, “the importance of the (child protection) draft law for future generations,” directing “parliamentary committees concerned to give the draft the necessary importance, and to take into account the observations submitted by the parties participating in the session in order to reach the best formulations and contents, so that it becomes an appropriate, applicable and ambitious law.”

He pointed to “the Council’s keenness to abide by the constitution, especially Article (30/First), which stipulates: “The state guarantees to the individual and the family – especially children and women – social and health security, and the basic necessities for living a decent life that provides them with adequate income and adequate housing.”

During the session, an overview of the draft law was presented, emphasizing its importance for future generations, exchanging views among the participants to prepare its paragraphs, coming up with a number of important recommendations, and emphasizing the need to expedite the completion of its discussion and the ripening of its paragraphs to include it on the agenda of the House of Representatives during the coming period.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

2 Kidnapped Girls Freed In Najaf

A source in the Najaf police announced freeing of two kidnapped girls who were lured in front of their school.

The source pointed out that “a team from anti-crime of al-Najaf and the fight against kidnapping freed two girls who were lured from their school in the holy city of Najaf by a person in Baghdad several days ago.”

The source added, “The accused was arrested and referred to the judiciary in accordance with Article 421 of the Iraqi Penal Code.”

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

A man kills his family members and commits suicide in Hilla

A man in his thirties killed his three children and his wife, then committed suicide due to family disputes in Al-Jazaer region in central Hilla today, Sunday.

A source in the Babylon police said, “A man shot his three children and his wife before shooting himself and committing suicide in Al-Jazaer area in the center of Hilla.

He added that the police transferred the bodies to the forensic medicine office, and that an investigation was opened into the accident.

Source: National Iraqi News Agency

Deputy Minister of Expatriates, UN Coordinator discuss expatriate issues

Deputy Minister of Expatriate Affairs Zayed al-Riyami on Sunday discussed with United Nations Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen William David Gresley a number of issues of Yemeni expatriates abroad.

In the meeting, al-Riyami and Gresley touched on the arbitrary measures practiced by the Saudi authorities against Yemeni expatriates and the violations and inhumane treatment they are subjected to in their prisons.

The Deputy Minister affirmed that the Saudi authorities treat Yemeni expatriates in an arbitrary manner and are subjected to grave violations in their prisons unjustly and aggressively, indicating that a Yemeni expatriate may be sentenced to death or imprisonment for more than 15 years just for a post on social media, and malicious charges are fabricated and sentences are unjustly executed.

They touched on the file of the Yemeni expatriates stranded in Sudan and their suffering as a result of the ongoing war and the hotels government disclaiming its responsibility to evacuate the nationals, in addition to updating the mechanism for developing the relationship between the ministry and the International Organization for Migration.

Al-Riyami called on the International Organization for Migration to abide by the covenants and agreements concluded between it and the ministry.

For his part, Gresley urged the organization to develop its relationship with the ministry and to abide by what was proposed to the organization in Geneva, noting that the decision to move the organization’s headquarters from Sana’a to Aden affected the organization’s work.

He said, “With regard to the Yemeni stranded in Sudan, we will work to find the appropriate means to evacuate them and return them to Aden.”

Source: Yemen News Agency

American-Saudi aggression crimes on May 7

The US-Saudi-Emirati aggression committed on May 7, new crimes against the Yemeni people, claiming dozens of killings and injured in a number of provinces.

On May 7, 2015, the aggression warplanes launched a number of airstrikes on the areas of Al-Zour, Al-Dushush and Al-Dahla in Marib province.

The aggression warplanes targeted, with eight raids, the buildings of the Rescue and Traffic Branch, the court, the Central Agency for Control, Accounting and Finance, and the government complex in Sa’ada.

The warplanes launched airstrikes on the border strip in the Al-Manzala area in Al-Malahit and Al-Ali in Razeh district, and the Baqem, Munabeh and Ketaf districts.

On May 7, 2016, the aggression warplanes launched two airstrikes on the strategic Mount Hailan in Serwah district in Marib province, and three raids on Nehm district in Sana’a province, two of which targeted Harib area, while the mercenaries bombed with missiles and artillery a creative area in the district.

In Taiz, the aggression’s mercenaries bombed with medium and heavy weapons towards Al-Dabab area.

On May 7, 2017, ten women and children were killed and injured in a raid launched by the aggression’s warplanes on a citizen’s house in Al-Barah district of Maqbana district of Taiz province, and the warplanes returned to target the paramedics with two raids.

The enemy warplanes launched two raids on the Al-Barh Cement Factory in the district, and three raids around Al-wazyiah junction, and targeted with 20 raids the districts of Haradh and Medi in Hajjah province.

The aggression warplanes also launched four raids on separate areas in Serwah district in Marib, targeting the citizens’ farms and causing great damage to them, while the mercenaries bombed with artillery the areas of the airport, Al-Ramdah and Wadi Nou’ in the same district.

On May 7, 2018, six citizens, including a student, were killed and 90 others, including students, were injured as a result of two raids launched by the aggression warplanes on the office of the Presidency of the Republic in the densely populated Tahrir neighborhood and schools in the capital Sana’a.

The aggression launched four airstrikes on separate areas in Serwah district in Marib province, which caused damage to the houses and farms of citizens, while the mercenaries targeted separate areas in the district with artillery shells.

The aggression warplanes launched two raids on Dahyan city and the Fella area in Majz district in Saada governorate, and targeted with three raids two fuel stations for citizens in Al-Sahn area near Sa’ada province.

While Saudi missile and artillery bombardment targeted separate areas of the border districts of Razeh, Shada and Baqem.

The aggression warplanes also launched 15 raids on separate areas in Haradh and Medi districts in Hajjah province, targeting Hodeida airport with two raids, and launched three raids on the Kilo 16 area in Al-Durayhimi district, and 16 raids on separate areas of Mawza district in Taiz province.

On May 7, 2019, the aggression warplanes launched four raids on Wadi Al Abu Jubarah in Kataf district of Sa’ada province, and two raids on Majazah in Asir, while missile and artillery shell targeted populated villages in the border district of Razeh.

The aggression warplanes also launched five raids on the districts of Haradh and Medi in Hajjah province.

In Al-Hodeida province, the mercenaries bombed the city of Al-Durayhimi with heavy and medium weapons, which led to the burning of a citizen’s house, and they targeted at a heavy rate towards the 50th Street and Al-Ittihad Hotel in the 7th of July area.

On this day in the year 2020, a citizen was killed by Saudi missile and artillery shells that targeted populated villages in the border district of Razeh, Sa’ada province.

The aggression launched three raids on the Majazah area in Asir, and 21 raids on separate areas of the Khab Washa`f district in Al-Jawf province, which resulted in damage to the houses and farms of the citizens.

The aggression mercenaries established a combat fortification in Al-Hodeida, in Kilo 16, and bombed separate areas in the province with 25 artillery and missile shells and various gunshots.

On May 7, 2021, seven citizens were killed and three others were injured at the Al-Sahari village junction in t Majzar district of Marib province, as a result of an air raid of the aggression that targeted a gathering that was preparing to commemorate the International Quds Day.

The aggression warplanes also launched another raid on the same district, targeting Serwah district with ten raids.

On this day in the year 2022, the aggression mercenaries fired heavily at citizens’ houses and separate areas in of Marib, Taiz, Hajjah, Al-Jawf, Sa’ada, Al-Dhale’, Al-Bayda provinces and the border fronts.

The mercenaries also targeted, with artillery shells, the areas of Al-Zour in Marib province, Abwab Al-Hadid, Al-Muttaan, Bab Haylan, Qamamat Al-Ghawiyah in Sa’ada province, Haradh, Bani Hassan and Hiran in Hajjah province, Al-Tala’a and Al-Aqsha’ in Al-Jawf province, Al-Omdah in Najran, Al-Qananasin Hill, Kazem Hill, Al-Qaran’, Al-Khashl, Al-Khouba and Al-Habra in Jizan

Source: Yemen News Agency

Major General Al-Hakim meets military advisor of UN Special Representative to Yemen

The head of the Intelligence and Reconnaissance Authority, Major General Abdullah Yahya Al-Hakim, met today in Sana’a, the military advisor of the UN Special Representative to Yemen, General Anthony Hayward.

The meeting, which was attended by the Assistant Minister of Defense for Human Resources, Major General Ali Muhammad Al-Kahlani, and the Director of the Office of the UN Special Representative for Yemen, Roxanne Bazarjan, discussed issues and topics related to the ceasefire and ways to establish peace.

In the meeting, Major General Al-Hakim affirmed the keenness of the supreme revolutionary, political and military leadership to reach a just and honorable peace that preserves Yemen’s unity, independence, dignity and dignity.

He explained that the other party is obstructing the process of establishing peace and the steps to implement it and achieve it in reality, indicating that the hidden arrangements of the other party in the political and diplomatic fields, the siege, starvation, and the new positions are clear and carefully monitored.

He said, “As much as we are ready for peace, we are also ready for the worst possibilities, and the mercenaries have taken advantage of the armistice and are clearly rearranging their arrangements on the eastern and southern fronts.”

Major General al-Hakim stressed the importance of obliging the other party to remove the chaos it created in the coastal region, Aden and the south in general. He reaffirmed the need to strengthen confidence in the ceasefire by the other side, open roads and other humanitarian files, and release prisoners all for all.

For his part, Hayward referred to working to achieve peace and striving to find a solution and a cease-fire, stressing the continuation of work until reaching the right path to solve the problems related to the success of the peace process.

He praised the progress made in reaching the release of the prisoners, pointing out that there are upcoming meetings to release the rest.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Summer courses in Taiz… Spiritual immunization for youth

Summer schools in Taiz governorate are witnessing a wide turnout in light of the interest of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council in summer courses and centers for the year 1444 AH, based on their importance in embracing young people and developing their various abilities.

The summer courses for the current year are an opportunity to purify oneself and promote awareness, faith identity, loyalty and national belonging among male and female students, in a way that benefits them in their academic and practical lives.

Summer courses in Taiz governorate receive great attention from the local authority and the sub-committee for summer centers and offices. In implementation of the directives of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council, in developing the capabilities of young people and expanding their perceptions in the fields of memorizing and reciting the Holy Qur’an, as well as in scientific, cultural and sports activities.

What highlights the activities and events of the summer courses for the current year is the wide interest in consolidating identity and national belonging among male and female students, and warning them of misconceptions and the dangers of soft war that the enemies seek to perpetuate in their minds.

Thousands of people from Taiz governorate, like other people from Yemen, are participating in summer courses to benefit from their activities and discover talents and creativity in various fields, especially scientific seminars, technical, training, sports and entertainment programs.

With regard to the inauguration of the activities of summer courses and schools in Taiz Governorate, the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) highlighted the interest of the concerned and relevant authorities, the interaction of society and the turnout of students.

The head of the sub-committee for summer courses in the governorate, Ismail Sharaf al-Din, confirmed the interest of the governorate leadership in summer courses and schools for this year, based on the directions of the revolution leadership and the Supreme Political Council.

He referred to the conduct of summer activities and the interaction and demand of male and female students to enroll in courses and participate in various programs and activities that were marked, during the current year, by positive interaction by all.

Sharaf Al-Din noted the interaction of young people with the activities of the summer courses, and their keenness to invest their free time in a way that benefits them and society in general.

He touched on the qualitative additions to the summer courses in the governorate’s directorates, indicating that the closed, open, and model summer courses accommodate more than 40,000 male and female students, and the demand is still increasing.

The Chairman of the Committee appreciated the wide and continuous turnout for enrollment in the summer courses, which reflects the awareness of the community and male and female students, to enroll in them and benefit from their programs that will contribute to the development of their abilities and skills in various fields.

Sharaf El-Din stressed the necessity of translating the goals and plans of the summer courses into reality, strengthening efforts to make the enlightening message a success, and preparing a conscious generation armed with the culture of the Qur’an and useful sciences.

He also stressed the keenness and interest of the governorate’s leadership in summer courses to provide male and female students with scientific and cultural knowledge, discover their talents and refine their skills.

For his part, the Director of the Education Office in Taiz Governorate, Abdul Jalil Saif Al-Samei, reported on the diversity of summer activities and programs for the year 1444 AH, and the interaction of male and female enrollees.

He pointed to the increasing level of demand for summer courses to take advantage of its various programs and activities to develop skills and talents and invest energies in a way that benefits young people in their academic and practical lives.

Al-Samei indicated that the number of closed summer courses is four centers that accommodate more than 400 male and female students at the Al-Jand and Imam Ali Center, peace be upon him. pointing out that the typical summer courses reached 112 schools at the level of directorates and open courses; Distributed to more than 300 summer centers in the directorates.

He explained that nearly two thousand male and female teachers and educational staff work in summer schools, including “qualifying, basic, intermediate, and higher” levels.

The director of the Education Office in the governorate stressed the need for the governorate to increase the number of summer schools due to the population density, especially in remote areas far from the center of the governorate, which requires the integration of efforts to accommodate the largest number of young people.

He praised the role of women in supervising the awareness of female students about summer schools and their keenness to follow up and evaluate their activities and facilitate their tasks in order to ensure their success and achieve their goals.

Source: Yemen News Agency