Al-Houthi plunders Yemenis’ money under the cloak of religion

Al-Houthi plunders Yemenis’ money under the cloak of religion
Al-Houthi plunders Yemenis’ money under the cloak of religion
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The terrorist Houthi militia loyal to Iran launched a campaign of large collections in the areas under its control, under the name of “Friday Rajab”, in imitation of the Iranian method of robbing people of their money and enriching dynastic leaders under the pretext of religion.

The head of the Women’s Coalition for Peace in Yemen, Noura al-Jarwi, confirmed that the Houthi militia imposes an identity different from that of the Yemenis, explaining, “This policy is no different from the policy of terrorist elements, as the militias continue to impose sectarian agendas and ideas in the areas they control.”

In the context of Houthi violations and crimes, Houthi gunmen stormed the mosque of the “Al-Asha” area in the Al-Jahiliya district of Hamedan district, north of Sana’a, and took it as a headquarters for its gunmen. As part of a military campaign, launched late last month, while the Houthi group is carrying out a military campaign in the region.

On the other hand, the “Sam Organization for Rights and Freedoms” condemned the targeting of civilians by snipers affiliated with the Houthi militia in the city of Taiz. The Houthi group stationed in Tabat Al-Sabri, to the citizen Muhammad Yusr,” which led to his injury in the right foot while returning to his home in the Al-Tawhid neighborhood, Al-Arbaeen Street, Cairo Directorate.”

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And she stressed that “repeated targeting and sniping operations carried out by individuals affiliated with the Houthi group is an expected result of the continuation of the policy of impunity,” noting that “the international community bears the bulk of the responsibility for its unjustified silence towards the Houthi group’s violations against civilians.”

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The organization called on “the international community to take more serious steps, and work to prosecute the perpetrators of the violations, led by individuals affiliated with the Houthi group, and bring them to international justice for war crimes and crimes against humanity with which the group and its members are implicated.”

In addition, the International Organization for Migration of the United Nations announced yesterday that 2,700 schools have been destroyed or damaged since the start of the war in Yemen, and it said on its Twitter account, “The education system in Yemen is on the brink of collapse, as 2,700 schools have been destroyed or damaged.” The organization added that it is supporting 16 schools in 6 displacement sites to improve access to education.

Yemeni views

  • Chamber of Commerce in Sana’a: Houthi customs are four times the customs in Aden
  • Advisor to the Minister of Information Ahmed Al-Musaybli: The Houthi group has recently set impossible conditions for reaching an agreement regarding the UN armistice
  • The World Health Organization announces its need for approximately $141.5 million to provide health services necessary to save the lives of millions of people in Yemen during 2023.

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