Report: Iran-backed Houthis kidnap about 571 women within Five years

A human rights report revealed that the Iran-backed Houthis had kidnapped 571 Yemeni women within five years.
This came in a recent report by the Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms, in which it documents (1444) violations committed by the so-called Zainabiyat Brigades (a women's military wing of the Houthis), during the period from December 2017 to the end of October of this year.
The Zainabiyat Brigades arrested and kidnapped about 571 women during the reporting period. According to the report published by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) on Saturday.
About 231 female detainees are still in the Houth prisons, which are supervised by the Zainabiyat, whose information and the correctness of their statements have been confirmed. The report said.
Another 62 female detainees, kidnapped and forcibly disappeared were subjected to psychological and physical torture inside the Houthi prisons run by the Zainabiyat teams. It added.
The rest of the crimes varied between 'arbitrary arrest, looting, sexual assault, beating, torture, facilitating rape in secret detention centers, prosecuting a number of Yemeni activists, attacking women’s sit-ins in some provinces controlled by the militia, in addition to the compulsory recruitment of some school and university girls.