Why are all the operations of the Sana’a forces in the Red Sea legal
A Yemeni legal researcher affirmed that all the operations carried out by the Sana’a forces in the Red Sea are legal and in accordance with international law and international treaties.
Follow-ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
Abdulrahman Abdullah Al-Mualif, a researcher in legal affairs, stated that the operations of the Sana’a forces—the Yemeni armed forces—in the Red and Arabian Seas are legitimate and legal.
In a new study, Al-Mualif explained that these operations are completely legal under international law and the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
The researcher pointed out in his study that the Yemeni operations are legally based on a ruling by the International Court of Justice, in which the court called on the Israeli occupation to take all necessary measures to prevent “genocide” in Gaza.
The legal researcher, Abdulrahman Al-Mualif, emphasized in his study that the operations of the Sana’a forces in the Red Sea are legitimate and legal because they aim to stop and prevent the ongoing genocide against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.
The researcher stated, “Everything done by the US through what is known as the “Guardian of Prosperity Alliance” is in violation of the United Nations Charter, international law, and international treaties, as it is formed independently of the United Nations and the United Nations Security Council, and no international resolution was issued to form it, and therefore it lacks legal or international legitimacy.”
The researcher confirms that “America, through this alliance, aims to hinder and prevent the Yemeni armed forces from implementing international law and international agreements, represented by the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and the International Court of Justice’s ruling to stop the genocide in occupied Palestine and Gaza. Therefore, what Washington and London are doing is a blatant attack on the territory of a member state of the United Nations, independent and sovereign, and they are carrying out a war on behalf of the Zionist enemy.”
The researcher also refuted “the American and British claims that their actions are aimed at protecting international navigation, especially since Yemen has only targeted Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of occupied Palestine.”
He adds, “The International Court of Justice emphasized in its initial decision, based on a request submitted by South Africa, the need for Israel to stop committing genocide, particularly the killing of members of a group, causing serious bodily or psychological harm to them, or deliberately subjecting them to living conditions intended to destroy them in whole or in part.”
The researcher confirms in his study that “the Palestinian people are a protected group under the Genocide Convention, and some of the rights that South Africa seeks to obtain are logical,” affirming its recognition of the rights of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip to protection from acts of genocide.