To liberate Al-Jawf from the Houthis... a tribal gathering stresses correcting the imbalances of the Brotherhood

English - Monday 25 September 2023 الساعة 06:41 pm
Al-Jawf, NewsYemen:

notables of the Dahm tribes in Al-Jawf Governorate called for strengthening cohesion among the people of the governorate and unifying their efforts towards completing the liberation of the governorate from the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran’s arm in Yemen.

The meeting was chaired by Sheikh Fahd bin Mohammed bin Naji Al-Shayef, and was held in the Al-Rayyan border region, and was attended by notables of the Dahm tribes, representatives of the local authority, parties, and military and political leaders from the people of the governorate.

The meeting discussed, according to a tribal source, the conditions of the governorate and the neglect and deprivation that affected it under the control of the Houthi militias, including the simplest service projects.

The attendees stressed the need to complete the liberation of the governorate on the path to restoring the state from the Houthi militias and correcting the paths of liberating Al-Jawf, which were marred by many imbalances due to narrow calculations during the past period. In reference to the period of the administration of former governor Amin Al-Okaimi, who was accused of betraying legitimacy and handing over the governorate after its liberation to the Houthi militias.

The terrorist Houthi militia regained control over Al-Jawf Governorate at the beginning of 2020, more than two years after it was liberated and its situation stabilized during Major General Amin Al-Waeli’s leadership of the Sixth Military Region and his assumption of the administration of the governorate.

At that time, accusations were directed against the Brotherhood governor, Amin Al-Okaimi, of collusion with the Houthi militias and handing over the governorate, especially since its fall came after he received a Houthi delegation from the people of the governorate who claimed that they were about to visit their homes in the governorate.