A Houthi military committee leaves Sanaa for AmmanEnglish - الأحد 22 مايو 2022 الساعة 06:44 م
A military committee affiliated with the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran's arm in Yemen, left Sana'a International Airport today, heading to the Jordanian capital, Amman.
Sabanet website, in its Houthi version, said that the committee that left was to discuss violations of the UN truce, monitor the ceasefire and open roads, noting that the committee left on board a UN plane.
The website did not disclose the identity of the members of the committee, but multiple sources indicated that the committee includes "Yahya Al-Razami, Hussein Dhaif, Muhammad Al-Mahtouri, and Shukri Mahyoub," noting that the latter is an unknown person believed to be from Taiz, but no one knows him.
The members of the committee represent the hard-line wing of the Houthi militia. Al-Razami, who is expected to be the head of the committee, is one of the prominent military leaders with close ties to the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, and he leads the most powerful Houthi combat brigades that call themselves the Hussein Brigades.