The last tyranny of the Imamate is revealed by the Houthi practices against the village of "Ara" in HamedanEnglish - الأحد 14 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 06:38 م
The Houthi militia revealed the last papers of the Imamate through recent practices in the Hamedan region, where the governor of Sanaa, Abdul Baset Al-Hadi, issued directives to reinforce the attack with dozens of military and armored crews and to surround the village of "Al-Ara" from all sides.
Close sources said that the villagers are still holding on to their right to recover the land that Houthi leaders tried to confiscate and fencing, which prompted the villagers to demolish the fence, which angered the militia.
Judge Abdulwahab Qatran had confirmed on his Facebook page that the injured were beaten with rifle butts on top of the kit while they were bleeding, which prompted the mothers to go out to the sit-in, and that they were shot with 12-guns and armored vehicles as well.
The sources confirmed that the gunmen continued to attack citizens and try to suppress them with bullets, arresting approximately 46 people, intimidating women and children, causing a number of wounded and not allowing them to visit them, and that the condition of some of them was critical.
Qatran indicated that two of the wounded, Ibrahim al-Jaifi, and al-Qa`qa' Mutahar al-Jaifi, visiting them was prevented, and that their injuries were severe.
Two operations were performed on al-al-Qa`qa to remove the bullets lodged under the left kidney, and a bullet remained and needed a third operation. Ibrahim's condition is still serious and he has been returned to the intensive care unit.
Citizens had transmitted live scenes of heavy gunfire, and according to reports, about 15 cars were confiscated and others sustained significant damage.
The sources added that the militia continues to carry out searches through the security points that have been established at the entrances to the village, and to arrest those entering and leaving it.
On the other hand, the governor of Sanaa, affiliated with the Houthi authority, met yesterday, Saturday, in Al-Sabeen Square, in the center of Sanaa, a group of Hamedan sheikhs and tried to attack them with obscene words, and deliberately insulted them by forcing them to return the wall that had been demolished, according to the sources.
Citizens from Hamedan accused the group's leader, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, of being behind this mobilization and attacking the sons of Hamedan tribes and breaking up their sit-in by force of arms, ignoring their demands to preserve their property and restore their rights.