Al-Iryani: Houthi practices can ignite a popular revolution

Al-Iryani: Houthi practices can ignite a popular revolution

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani accused Iranian-backed Houthi militias of practicing “the most heinous forms of exploitation and trading in religion to kill Yemenis’ and achieve malicious political goals.”

He stressed that these practices “will ignite the spark of the popular revolution in the hijacked capital Sanaa and areas of control,”.

Al-Iryani added that “the Houthi militias since their coup against power and national consensus have used the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet of mercy, love and peace, Sayyidina Muhammad peace be upon him to devote the state of division and mobilization of fighters and instill a culture of death, hatred and terrorism among their elements,” according to a statement published by the official Yemeni News Agency .

He criticized the Houthi militias spendingsof tens of billions to commemorate religious occasions, while refusing to pay the salaries of employees in areas under its control for years under the pretext of scarcity of resources.

He pointed out that the lights and banners hung by the militias in the streets of Sana’a cost billions of looted riyals, which he said “will not feed hungry and will not cover naked and will not cover the crimes of militias and beautify its ugly face in front of the world.”

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Epidemics and diseases threaten the lives of dozens in Hodeidah

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Dengue fever and malaria threaten the lives of dozens of people in the surgical directorate in the Hodeidah governorate due to the continued aggression and siege that caused the biggest health disaster in Yemen.

Suffering is increasing day by day due to the spread of diseases and epidemics, especially dengue fever and malaria, which claimed the lives of many citizens, especially children in the Hodeidah and Saada provinces.

Hajjah, and Rima provinces in fear of the return of a new wave of cholera despite the efforts of the Ministry of Health and its partners in curbing the spread of these diseases and epidemics.

Dengue fever and malaria are currently sweeping the surgical directorate in Hodeidah province, which has increased the suffering of its children, especially in light of the escalation of aggression and its repercussions that have caused the deterioration of the health situation and lack of medicines.

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President Mahdi Al-Mashat, head of the Supreme Political Council, directed the Deputy Prime Minister for Services and Development Affairs and Minister of Public Health and Population to a field visit to Hodeidah governorate to directly supervise the work of dengue fever that has spread recently in al-Jarahi district.

The President stressed the need to form field medical teams to get to the areas where the spread of dengue fever in the province of Hodeidah, and start their work immediately to reduce the spread of the disease, and the speed of treatment of infected cases.

The directive also included the formation of field inspection teams, the establishment of isolation camps and the provision of treatment to end the disease.

“If this brutal war continues through 2022, Yemen will rank the poorest country in the world, with 79 percent of the population living under the poverty line and 65 percent classified as extremely poor,” according to the United Nations Development Programme report.

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UAE recognizes the role of “Ansar Allah” in the future of Yemen

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UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash said on Sunday that Ansar Allah has a role in the future of Yemen, considering the Riyadh agreement between the government of the fugitive Hadi and the so-called Southern Transitional Council as a starting point for a comprehensive solution.

In a speech at a political conference in Abu Dhabi, the UAE minister called for building on the current state of momentum to reach a political solution.

This agreement should take into account the legitimate aspirations of all segments of Yemeni society, including the Houthis,” he told the audience at the sixth edition of the Abu Dhabi Strategic Forum, adding that Ansar Allah is part of Yemeni society and will have a role in its future.

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Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

The governor of Yemen’s Hodeidah, Dr. Hassan Taher, has revealed that Iranian experts, who run Houthi militia operations, have turned Hodeida into a center for terrorist operations targeting regional waters, as well as smuggling weapons and drugs.

In a press statement the governor of Hodeidah said that “the battle inside Yemen is being managed from Hodeidah, after the mullahs experts moved the center of operations from Saada and Sanaa there since the signing of the Stockholm agreement, which the militias refuse to implement.”

The governor added that the Iranians and Houthis are exploiting the northern coasts of Hodeidah, represented by the coasts of Al-Duha, Al-Beard and Zaidi, in smuggling operations, pointing out that fishing ports have become smuggling centers for weapons and drugs.

He pointed out that the militias used medium naval boats led by Yemeni sailors and flying the flag of an African country to introduce a fertilizer shipment containing 46% of urea used in the manufacture of mines and explosives, it was coming from Iran on its way to the Houthis north of Hodeidah

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UN: Control points have reduced violence in Hodeidah

Control points have reduced violence in Hodeidah

The United Nations said that the moves by the deployment teams headed by Indian General Abhijit Goha contributed significantly to reduce the level of violence in the province of Hodeidah in western Yemen.

The UN mission, said in a statement on Saturday night that the recent inauguration of five checkpoints on the front lines of fighting in Hodeidah has contributed to a marked reduction in the level of violence on the ground.

He commended the commitment of the parties to work through the truce mechanism and the strengthening of the ceasefire, which began last September on the UNSMIL vessel.

However, the statement drew attention to reports over the past few days of incidents involving new fortifications, troop movements and the use of drones “all contrary to the ceasefire agreements between the parties,” in reference to recent attacks by Houthi militias on one of them. By the march of the MSF hospital in Mocha.

General Guha called on both parties in Yemen to continue their engagement “jointly and in a spirit of goodwill” through the truce mechanism and the strengthening of the ceasefire to deal with incidents that may constitute an escalation of violence in Hodeidah.

He also underscored UNAMI’s commitment to support the Hodeidah Agreement in continuing to support the work of the parties through the mechanism. The Head of the UN Mission reiterated his call on the parties to desist from any actions that contradict the Stockholm Agreement.

The Hudaydah and West Coast fronts are witnessing a growing Houthi military escalation, including field and combat developments, attacks and bombardments, according to Yemeni joint forces.

On Saturday, Houthi militias resumed shelling and targeting in al-Duraimi and al-Jajah, following similar operations in the same district, al-Jah, al-Tahita and al-Faza area in al-Hudaydah province, west of Yemen, as part of their ongoing breaches of the UN truce.

The Yemeni joint forces, on the west coast, have warned of a Houthi plot to torpedo the peace process and the UN truce in Hodeidah.

The spokesman for the Joint Forces, Colonel Waddah Al-Dabeish, said that the pro-Iranian Houthi militias continue to practice their treacherous, cowardly and malicious tactics in procrastinating and repudiating any previous agreements, even with regard to the five observation points announced by the Indian General Abhijit Guha during the period 19. October 23, 2019.

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Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: “Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel”

Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: "Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel"

Houthi leader in Yemen, Abd al-Malek al-Houthi, delivered a speech on Saturday in the media affiliated with the pro-Iranian militia. The speech was broadcast on the occasion of maWeld a-Nabi, the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, and Al-Houthi also used it to threaten Israel, mainly in the light of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments on the missile. launched by Iran from Yemen.

Al-Houthi spoke directly to Netanyahu, citing “repeated statements by Zionist war criminals, led by the criminal Jew Netanyahu, who described Yemen as a threat to Israel and is trying to link it to Iran. “.

In this regard, he said: “We stress that our hostile position as an entity is a fundamental position, human and committed, according to religion,” said Al-Houthi, adding that “the Yemeni people will not hesitate not to declare jihad against Israel “. It is in case Israel does a “stupid act” in Yemen.

Al-Houthi said that the Yemeni people would never withdraw from their position on matters relating to the Islamic nation and at the center of the Palestinian question, referring to Israel as the enemy of Islam and opposition to Americans.

Regarding the protests in Iraq and Lebanon, the leader of the Yemeni militia said: “The Arab people must exercise caution and cooperate to resolvetheir problems, so that no enemy like Iraq and Lebanon will declare itself. “

The Houthi leader also said that “the United States and Israel are satisfied with what is happening in Lebanon, which reveals their position and their role in these events”.

Iran has recently learned that it has launched accurate missiles capable of hitting Israel. The missiles would be able to hit targets in Israel with a range of accuracy of 5 to 10 meters.

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Houthis smuggling materials to make explosives

Houthis smuggling materials to make explosives

Yemeni coastguard forces on the west coast on Friday thwarted a major smuggling attempt for explosives-making materials in a qualitative military operation in the Red Sea west of Yemen.

A military source in the joint resistance, said that the Coast Guard forces foiled the introduction of a fertilizer shipment, containing 46% of urea, pointing out that this type of fertilizer enters in themanufacturing of mines and explosives.

He said the seized shipment included 2,000 bags (100 tons) and was on its way to the Houthi militias, through smuggling, using a medium sea boat, led by Yemeni sailors, hoisted on the flag of an African state.

The source pointed out that the operation revealedmultiple smuggling networks used by Houthi militias to smuggle weapons, explosives manufacturing materials and other prohibitions.

He said that the operation to thwart the attemptedsmuggling by the Coast Guard took 15 hours, and began monitoring and follow-up to the seizure of the boat and the cargo and smugglers, and the seizure of the seizures to the port of Mocha.

According to the source, details of the monitoring, control, monitoring and control process have been documented in audio and video.

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Griffiths dicusses ways to end the conflict in yemen with Mohammed bin Salman

Griffiths dicusses ways to end the conflict in yemen with Mohammed bin Salman

The United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, expressed his gratitude to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for his continued support for efforts to reach a comprehensive political solution to the conflict in Yemen.

Griffiths met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, in Riyadh on Thursday and discussed ways to work together to end the conflict in Yemen, according to a statement issued on Friday by the UN envoy’s office.

They also discussed the latest developments in thecountry and the importance of reducing violence to reach a comprehensive political solution in Yemen.

He congratulated the Crown Prince for his leadership in mediating efforts to reach the signingof the Riyadh agreement between the Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council.

The Special Envoy expressed his gratitude to the Crown Prince for his continued support for efforts to reach a comprehensive political solution to the conflict in Yemen and discussed ways to work together to end the conflict.

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman affirmed Saudi Arabia’s keenness on Yemen’s security and stability, the official SPA news agency reported.

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SANAA: A child was killed and two others wounded in a Houthi mine explosion

A child was killed and two others wounded in a Houthi mine explosion

A child was killed and two other members of a family were injured on Friday when a mine exploded in the Yam district of Nuham district, eastof the Yemeni capital Sanaa.

A local source said that Marsh Rabie, 9, was killed and his two brothers Hammam, 7, and Sanaa Rabea, 6, were seriously injured when a landmine was detonated by Houthi militias while grazing sheep in the Yam area.

Local media quoted the source as saying that the two injured children were taken to the General Hospital in Marib city for treatment.

This incident is the sixth in the Yam area, which the Houthis booby-trapped with thousands of mines and improvised explosive devices (IEDs) after their expulsion a year and a half ago. Mines and IEDs have already exploded, killing many of them.

The Houthi militias resorted to planting thousands of mines in most areas of Niham district in an attempt to hinder the progress of the Yemeni army towards the capital Sanaa. Houthi mines planted in most of the areas where clashes with the Yemeni army have killed and injured hundreds of Yemenis

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Houthis missiles hit a hospital in Mokha

Houthis missiles hit a hospital in Mokha

A hospital in the coastal city of Mokha has been damaged by the Houthi attack on Wednesday night, the international humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders (MSF) said on Thursday.

“A hospital run by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in Mokha, Yemen, was damaged by an attack on buildings nearby,” the organization said in a statement on its Twitter account.

No injuries or fatalities were reported among the crew and patients, while hospital activities have been suspended for the time being.The hospital’s patients were evacuated to other health facilities in the Red Sea city of Mokha.

The patients fled after a huge explosion as a result of rocket attacks on a nearby warehouse that shook the area,” Abdul Rahman Ahmed, a hospital doctor, told The Associated Press.

The hospital opened in August last year and provides free services to war-wounded people.A Yemeni government spokesman said the attacks targeted government-allied forces known as the Giants Brigade.

He said at least three Houthi planes were also involved in the attack, which caused huge explosions and fires that spread to residential areas.Mocha, historically known for coffee exports, is located in the southern province of Hodeidah.

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