Official and non-official media outlets in Yemen have become platforms for triggering waves of hostility and sectarianism and other fronts of conflict in which each party scores his field victories at the expense of issues of people and the public.
Woman Journalists Without Chain issued its report on human rights violations that have impacted Yemenis and resulted from heavy weaponry shelling, airstrikes direct shootings and landmines. Violations included abduction, enforced disappearance, killings and many others.
Women Journalists without chains announced that 2009 distinguished from other previous years with dangerous and unprecedented infringements that reached 256 infringements varied between direct hits, kidnapping and enforced disappearance for journalists, forbid publishing newspapers and siege them by soldiers and weapons and prisoned and judgement.
Women Journalists without chains revealed that the infringements that affected press in 2008 raised to 248 infringement cases. That averaged five infringements in a week varied between hit, kidnaping, arresting, prosecuting, threatening and forbidding from press coverages and from getting information to forbidding from giving registration permission and blocking websites and take the registration perdition back for newspapers with administrative decision.