Saudi Arabia launches humanitarian project ‘MASAM’

Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah
Updated 25 June 2018
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Saudi Arabia launches humanitarian project ‘MASAM’

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia through the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) will unveil the details about its new humanitarian project “MASAM” today in Riyadh.
An event to announce the project will be held at the Crown Plaza Hotel at the Communications and Information Technology Complex.
A number of princes, ministers, senior officials, diplomats and representatives of national and international organizations will attend the ceremony. Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, supervisor general of KSRelief, will announce the details of the project and highlight its importance and objectives. The project will target several countries especially Yemen. 


Houthis accused of looting humanitarian aid

A worker unloads aid packages from a Saudi air force cargo plane, at an airfield in the northern province of Marib, Yemen, in this January 22, 2018 photo. (REUTERS)
Updated 23 July 2018
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Houthis accused of looting humanitarian aid

  • The Yemen Scholars Association condemned the Houthi militia for looting relief aid in areas under its control

JEDDAH: The Yemen Scholars Association on Saturday blamed the Iranian-backed Houthi militias for the deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Yemen.
The associated accused the Houthis of looting humanitarian aid.
According to the Yemeni scholars, Houthi actions have resulted in the suspension of salaries of hundreds of thousands of employees for nearly two years.
The Association praised the efforts and humanitarian support of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), which provides, directly and indirectly, most of the humanitarian relief support for the Yemeni people.
The Yemen Scholars Association condemned the Houthi militia for looting relief aid in areas under its control.
According to a human rights report, At least 113 people have been tortured to death in detention centers in Yemen run by the Houthis since the coup began
Yemeni Human Rights Minister Mohammed Askar told Arab News that the figures in the report were only estimates and that the real figures were much higher.