The black decade... a north without a compass is a danger to the region

English - الاثنين 01 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 11:00 ص
Taiz, NewsYemen, special:

Ten years since power was officially transferred to former President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi and his team, which supported Hadi's assumption of power and represented half of the former regime or the remnants of the former regime led by General Ali Mohsen and the Brotherhood and their alliances.

The choice of the north was Hadi, Ali Mohsen and the Brotherhood, while the youth of change went to share a small share of the gains, and they were crammed into some positions of leaders in the arenas and salaries that started in Sana’a and ended in Riyadh.

The south had a project that started early with the protests of the military, the Nuba leadership and Ba’um. The main features and vision of the project were clear. It is an independent state for the south or a region separate from the centrality of Sana’a. Several southern leaders who participated in discussions with the region, Hadi and the Dialogue Conference later proposed.

During this decade and what it witnessed of transformations, coups, wars and the entry of the coalition on the battle line against the coup, the north remained hanging on the wall of the search for a state in the 90’s even after the team of the remnants of the regime lost Sana’a, Aden’s partner in the formation of the unified Yemen or the Yemen of the 90s.

Even today, the north, with its elites and society, is wrestling with windmills in search of the state of Saleh and the Whites, ignoring the imminent danger that threatens the entire region and almost proves the foundations of a booby-trapped building with a non-Arab and non-republican identity. Rather, it talks about separatists in the south, while Sana’a was separated by the Houthis, the establishment of separate customs and the laying of secession barrels before 5  years and more.

The components of the north and its elites were not able to convince the society in the north that al-Houthi is the separatist, which is the imminent danger even when he is practicing secession in a realistic manner. The line of incitement against the southern components and leaders is still the most active and crowded with the northern presence.

The threat of Al-Houthi and its penetration increases with the displacement of the northerners’ ability to deal with Al-Houthi as an existential, cultural and societal threat, and a threat to identity and even to the nature of people’s lives, customs and traditions.

The north turns into a Houthi reservoir without realizing, while those in the Houthi areas are looking for Aden, and those who represent legitimacy from the northerners are looking for the south and the state of unity, and the two sides meet in the path of consolidating the Houthi hegemony and enhancing its danger.

When the north is without a compass, it doubles the Houthi threat against the region and makes the chances of continuing the battle, peace or war, diminish day by day.

Ten years of lost and lost is enough for the northerners to reconsider their dealings with the Houthi threat and their capabilities to confront it and arrange their presence in the battle to restore their lives before their capital, because the Houthis are tampering with all the details of people's lives in the north and turning them into receiving all of his dictates without even resenting them.