Inter-Houthi Bickering Leads to More Trouble for Yemen

November 30, 2018

The Houthis are presently at each other’s throats owning to a string of corruption and biased accusations amongst their Irani backed group. The arrow of the blame falls to the leader of the militia Abdul Malik al-Houthi. Amongst the chief grievances groups stand the disbanded militia ranks and the Amassing casualties who blame the Houthi officials for consecutive failure to win the current underground battles.

A secret source even commented that the Houthis have recently put a renowned insurgent leader by the name of Major General Yehya Ashami on house arrest. They are further planning on deporting the leader and holding him hostage.

Amidst all the internal bickering the Saudi lead coalition went to charge Yemen’s eastern gates, which led to the infuriated Houthis attacking the citizens of Hodeidah.

The rebels burned the houses, shelled numerous houses, public institutions, and even mosque. They showed no remorse and killed anything and everything in sight. As a result of their aggressiveness, numerous men, women, children and even elderly were compromised.

The Houthis simply put off the destruction as collateral damage of the war. The Saudi government, however, tried their best to aid out displaced citizens. The Saudi King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) took it upon themselves to provide humanitarian aid to the citizens.
Till now, 6 villages in the Dhale Governorate in Yemen were provided humanitarian aid. The amount of food delivered was 37 tons which served almost 3,000 displaced citizens of the war.