Maonah organization human rights and mmigration appeals to President Trump and the US government to renew the decision to grant temporary protection to Yemenis residing in the United States, and commends the decision of the UAE government to grant temporary protection to Yemenis residing in its territory.
Organization Maonah for Human Rights and Migration
New York - Private
The New York-based Maonah for Human Rights and Immigration appealed to President Donald H. Trump, the President of the United States of America and the governments of the world where Yemenis reside, to grant temporary protection and residency to Yemenis residing in its territory and to grant them full human and legal rights, Because of the continued collapse of the security situation inside Yemen, and the continued control of the Huthi militias, the coup on the situation in Yemen with the continuation of civil and international war on Yemen and the seriousness of those conditions on the lives of Yemenis in the case of their return to Yemen; The resolution issued by the United Nations on Wednesday, 2/7/2015, which placed Yemen in the third degree of emergency, which is the same level where Syria and Afghanistan were placed in the past (the highest international emergency), in light of which all countries of the world then granted the citizens of Syria and Afghanistan status Temporary protection in accordance with international humanitarian law ...
Therefore, the Association appeals to US President Trump and the US government to renew its decision to grant temporary protection status to Yemenis residing in US territory in accordance with international humanitarian law and in implementation of the above-mentioned UN resolution. This is a right of every Yemeni and should benefit from it in the territory of any country in the world. on her .
The Association concluded by commending the decision of the United Arab Emirates issued on June 18, 2018, granting temporary protection to Yemenis residing in its territory for a full year while exempting them from all fees and fines within a comprehensive resolution of all areas affected by wars and disasters. The United Arab Emirates respect the international humanitarian law and comply with its obligations, which should give thanks and appreciation for its leadership and encourage the rest of the world to grant this right to Yemenis residing in its territory.
(Attached to the United Nations resolution on the status of Yemen)