Houthi terrorism expands to the south to besiege the president economically

English - السبت 22 أكتوبر 2022 الساعة 08:23 م
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 Southern politicians confirmed that the recent attack by the Houthi militia on the Dabba oil port in Hadramout is a dangerous escalation, revealing the intentions of the Iranian arm to expand south to besiege the Presidential Council economically.

Politicians said that Houthi terrorist acts against oil facilities in the south are evidence that this Iranian-backed group does not believe in peace, calling on the Presidential Command Council and the coalition to respond to terrorism and purify the port of Hodeidah.

The leader of the Southern Transitional Council, Ahmed Omar bin Farid, stressed that the Houthi militia represents Iran's expansionist interests, and its presence in the region poses a threat to Arab national security.

 Ibn Farid said, in a tweet, that peace with Al-Houthi, who represents only Iran's expansionist interests in the region, will not be achieved, noting that the Iranian regime, when shaken in Tehran, orders its arms in Sanaa and others to shuffle the cards to relieve pressure on it.

The leader of the Transitional Council stressed that Arab national security cannot be safe with the presence of such militias.

In turn, journalist Saleh al-Baydani said that the Houthi attack on the Dabba oil port in Hadramout was an official announcement by the Iran-backed group that the UN armistice had ended and efforts to revive it had failed.

Al-Baydani said in a tweet to him on Twitter that canceling the Sweden agreement and liberating the port of Hodeidah would be the most effective response to the Houthi attack on the Dabba oil port in Hadramout.

He stressed that this response will dry up the most prominent sources of financial funding for the Houthis, and there will be no justification for the international community to prevent the liberation of Hodeidah, because the Houthi revealed his desire to besiege the legitimate government economically.

The official in the Transitional Council, Adel Al-Shabhi, believes that the terrorist attacks on the oil facilities in Hadramout are a Houthi message, confirming that they are not satisfied with the geography they control.

Al-Shabhi said in a tweet to him on Twitter, that the timing of the Houthi threats to prevent the export of oil, whether through statements or rallies, is clear evidence of the war’s management and delineation of its course by international actors, coordinating with other countries for pressure and a desire to paint the scene as they want.

Al-Shbehi considered the Houthi threats and the bombing of oil facilities as another message to those who analyze and imagine that the Houthis are satisfied with the geography they control.