The International Reports Exposed the Lies of the Saudi Delegate
Yamayoon-14 Sep 2017
The impartial international reports exposed the lies in the statement of the Saudi delegate to the Human Rights Council meeting at the 36th session in Geneva, An official source at the Foreign Ministry said.
The impartial and credible international reports, the most recent of which is the annual report of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Yemen, condemned Saudi Arabia for committing the most heinous crimes of murder, starvation, siege, violation of international law and international humanitarian law, and the systematic and systematic violations of the right of the Yemeni people and the deliberate destruction of its infrastructure of hospitals, roads, bridges and schools And targeting civilians for more than two years.
Also, the statement of the Saudi delegate, as all the previous data is marketed from lies and shudder what is not wrong the conscience of the living human who was fed up with the shameful crimes committed by Saudi Arabia and its abhorrent alliance against the Yemeni people, the source added.
“The delegate of Saudi Arabia put himself in an unenviable position. The High Commissioner opened the sessions of the current session by condemning human rights violations in Yemen and the importance and inevitability of an impartial and impartial international investigation into all crimes and violations of human rights that have reached an intolerable level or “The Saudi delegate comes with a miserable statement, trying to cover the sun with a sieve.”
The source pointed out that the statements of all the countries of the world represented in the Council, including the European Union, expressed deep concern over the disastrous and unprecedented humanitarian situation reached by Yemen due to the aggression and fierce war, and called for the speedy end of this unjust war and return to the political negotiation process.
The source pointed out that Saudi Arabia’s record is full of scandals and scandalous crimes, including its direct involvement in supporting and financing terrorist organizations, spreading radical terrorist ideology on the global level, and the involvement of graduates of its religious schools in terrorist acts inside and outside the Arab world.
The source pointed out that Saudi Arabia has a black human rights record that prompted many international NGOs to request its expulsion from the Human Rights Council and accused the Council of hypocrisy and courtesy of the existence of such a state within its membership.
He also referred to criticism of international mechanisms for the protection and promotion of human rights, the shameful record of Saudi Arabia in denying the rights of its citizens, spreading policies of repression and intimidation, depriving women of their most basic rights and brutally suppressing freedom of opinion, expression and expression.
The source pointed out that Saudi Arabia is one of the most registered countries for its reservations on many texts and articles of international conventions related to human rights and in what international mechanisms for the protection of human rights have described as having emptied the international conventions of their contents and touched upon the substance for which they were established.
“Saudi Arabia is routinely subjected to criticism by the international treaty mechanisms which monitor the respect of the countries’ obligations under the international conventions that have been ratified by these mechanisms and the permanent recommendations and harsh criticisms that they do not respect many of the obligations imposed by these international agreements,” the source added.
International mechanisms and international non-governmental organizations have consistently accused the Saudi authorities of systematic practices of torture, arbitrary detention, violation of the rights of foreign workers and racial discrimination, and the application of sanctions against human dignity. These crimes have recently increased, particularly against political opponents, opinion leaders and some men Religion, and international mechanisms describe trials in Saudi Arabia as lacking international standards of justice.
The source is surprised that such a state is still and by financial pressure on the international organization and the purchase of the conscience of the world and weapons astronomical amounts, maintains its membership in the Human Rights Council is not out of concern for these rights, but the possibility of defending itself against the growing international criticism and a stronger position.
The source reiterated that the survival of countries such as Saudi Arabia in the membership of the Human Rights Council is a great insult to the Council and the credibility and effectiveness in dealing with the serious violations committed by such a state enjoy a similar fortress through this membership.