Al-Houthi on a mission to shed the blood of Yemenis as an offering to (the exit of the Mahdi)

English - الأربعاء 12 يناير 2022 الساعة 11:01 ص
Sana'a, NewsYemen, private:

After his father’s death in mysterious circumstances in Sana’a, the statements of Ali Erlo, the son of the former leader of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, who was appointed military governor of his country in Sana’a, reveal the secret behind the indifference of the Houthi militia - the Iranian arm in Yemen - to the large number of its dead on various fronts since its coup  In September 2014.

In this context, Ali Hassan Erlo commented on the death of his father, claiming that his father "considered his actions in Yemen and serving the people of this country as a prelude to the emergence of the Imam Mahdi," according to his claim.

This statement of Hassan Erlu's son is consistent with the beliefs of the (Imamite Shiites) group, which claims that there are many signs of the emergence of the Mahdi, the most important of which is the large number of killings and blood and the spread of corruption in the land, according to the literature of this group.

Ali Erlo’s speech unambiguously reveals that his father was delegated by Iran in Sana’a, to implement Iran’s plans and its jurists in the region, including military, political and sectarian objectives and myths.

Perhaps this belief explains the calls of the group’s jurists and leaders for wars and fighting in Yemen, Syria and Iraq, without regard for the number of dead among their fighters, and the vastness of the cemeteries and the nominal care of them by the Houthi militia in Sana’a and the neighboring provinces but a dedication to the bloody idea that paved the way for the emergence of the (alleged) Mahdi and their rule  for the earth.

This context is not far from the contents of Abd al-Malik al-Houthi’s sermons in Sana’a, in which he repeatedly asserts that they will “fight until the Day of Resurrection,” glorifying the killing among his group, nor from Hassan Nasrallah’s sermons in Beirut, in which he urges fighting in the ranks of the group in Yemen.  And he calls his supporters in an old speech about the signs of the appearance of the Mahdi, to continue the work (fighting), and not to wait for his appearance.

For his part, the Supreme Leader of the Revolution in Iran, Ali Khamenei, confirmed this fact when, in a speech, he called on his supporters to "not sit down and shed tears";  Rather, work to prepare oneself in order to "release their absent".

According to their literature, the Imami Shiites believe that their twelfth imam, Muhammad ibn al-Hasan al-Askari, born in the year 255 AH, entered into two occultations, they call the first “the Minor occultation,” which began after the death of his father, Imam Hassan al-Askari in 260 AH, and continued until the year 329 AH, and the second occultation  It began in the year 329 AH and continues until now, according to their beliefs.