How the Houthis led the Yemenis to the dependence of Iran.. the lies of the doseEnglish - الخميس 23 سبتمبر 2021 الساعة 04:41 م
Before the blood of 9 Yemenis who were executed by his terrorist group ran out deliberately and aggressively, the leader of the Houthi militia, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, went out to market his lies to his group’s followers and beneficiaries, considering the day of his group’s coup in September 2014 “one of the greatest high-end revolutions.”
While the hearts of Yemenis are still mourning for the victims of the (Black Saturday) massacre, in which 9 of the sons of Tihama were executed for allegedly participating in the killing of Houthi leader Saleh al-Samad in a coalition raid on April 19, 2018, in the Hodeidah governorate, al-Houthi claimed that his so-called revolution was “without impurities of exclusion or settling scores or crimes.
In the same speech, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi is lying himself, vowing to continue what he described as the purification operations, and that "there are great efforts to purify and correct state institutions", in reference to the processes of exclusion, racial segregation and forced expulsion of qualified cadres of state employees, according to racist, sectarian, regional criteria and regional tendencies, and replacing others from the ranks of his group as a substitute for them.
Loose slogans with which Abd al-Malik al-Houthi deceives his followers toward America, Israel, Saudi Arabia, the UAE and the international community in general, while at the same time wooing them secretly and publicly, claiming in the same speech that his group is ready for “interest-based relations,” and that his group’s goal “was not aggressive towards its Arab and Islamic surroundings, in particular. neighboring countries".
With limitless neglect, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi moved to talk about the achievements of his famous dose on September 21, 2014, claiming that "the most important achievement of September 21 was that it stopped the absurdity that was heading towards the collapse of the country and put an end to foreign tutelage."
Al-Houthi says that and his supervisors continue their systematic tampering with state institutions, looting zakat, tax and customs revenues, and privatizing service institutions, under the direct supervision of the Iranian military ruler in Sanaa, the leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Hassan Erlo, who is singled out for the political decision in occupied Sanaa.
Al-Houthi lies to himself, and saves us the trouble of analysis, study, investigation and research. For example, he claims that his alleged revolution came "without targeting, looting or revenge operations, and it provided an opportunity for everyone through the title of peace and partnership", and at the same time he directs his militias by imposing royalties And looting the property of citizens and merchants, and imposing financial levies on the population in every way.
Al-Houthi imports into Sana’a Arabism Iran’s occasions, and follows in its footsteps in preventing celebration events and confiscating women’s rights. He smears Sana’a’s face with the colors and breaches of Iran. Iran’s systems, holidays, curricula and cries. Then he does not feel embarrassed to talk about the terms "freedom, independence, occupation, guardianship", while he is immersed in the mire of dependence and dependence on Iran from head to toe.