The military parade struggle thwarts a central celebration of the Iranian arm's anniversary of its coupEnglish - السبت 17 سبتمبر 2022 الساعة 08:57 م
The military parade conflict between the leaders of the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran's arm in Yemen, thwarted a central celebration that was being prepared on the anniversary of the coup against the state, which falls on September 21.
According to information obtained by (NewsYemen) from private sources, the conflict is between the first-rank military leaders of the Houthi militia over the financing of those military offers that are withdrawn from the Electricity Service Improvement Fund in Hodeidah Governorate and the illegal levies from commercial houses.
The sources stated that the conflict began with the establishment of the Houthi leader, appointed as commander of the Fifth Military District, Youssef Al-Madani, a huge military parade in the city of Hodeidah at a great financial cost, at a time when preparations were underway for a central military parade in Al-Saba’een Square in Sana’a, coinciding with the anniversary of the coup against legitimacy on the 21st September 2014.
It explained that Al-Madani, who is considered one of the military leaders close to the militia leader, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, brought in elements from various regions and military units affiliated with Iran's arm to make his celebration a success, which later turned out to be a display of cartoon models of fake missiles.
The sources said that Abdul Karim al-Houthi, appointed as Minister of Interior in the unrecognized Sanaa government, after Al-Madani's presentation in Hodeidah, insisted on holding a special show for his ministry away from the central show despite the arrangements that were being made to celebrate the anniversary of the coup, which included holding a presentation for various security and military units.
It pointed out that Abdul Karim Al-Houthi asked his brother, the militia leader, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, to contribute to giving a speech in order to make him a success in the media.
The sources pointed out that this conflict between Houthi leaders over the holding of military parades, which may be due to the huge funding for them, made the arrangements for the central celebration unsuccessful. It is expected that this conflict will be the beginning of a new episode of the conflict between the first-rank leaders of the militias, which usually reach the level of physical liquidations.