The events of Shabwa are a reflection of the series of defeats made by the Brotherhood militia on the rest of the fronts

English - Thursday 11 August 2022 الساعة 07:22 pm
Taiz, NewsYemen, special:

The Brotherhood militia was not satisfied with the vast areas that it lost to the Houthi militia during the past years, in the governorates of Marib, Al-Jawf, Hajjah, Al-Bayda, Saada and Taiz.  Rather, it wanted to accomplish the task and open the way for the Houthis to return and complete the receipt and handover in the rest of the provinces.

Shabwa is one of the governorates that the group has been desperate to keep under its control over the past years, taking advantage of the weakness of legitimacy and the weakness of the government decision during the era of former President Hadi.

The control of the Brotherhood leaders over the political decision during the ten years of Hadi’s rule, which constituted a clear servitude between the boys and a group of beneficiaries on the one hand, and the Brotherhood leaders who moved their revolutionary camps from Sana’a to Riyadh on the other hand, has doubled, to the continuation of many vital places at the mercy of these  fiddlers.

Many observers were constantly aware of the events in the governorates of Marib, Taiz and Sana'a, which lost overnight the entire Nihm district after they were on the outskirts of Sana'a, not to mention what happened to Al-Bayda, Al-Jawf and Hajjah.

Today, what happened in Shabwa to stabilize security is a great achievement, at least cutting the way for some regional ambitions that establish a clear service relationship with the Brotherhood militia, the aim of which was to have absolute control over the ports and resources and to facilitate the access of the eternal allies to these places.

According to politicians and observers, the detonation of the situation in this way and at this time is considered a fabricated case by the Brotherhood militia, which led to dozens of deaths and injuries, a threat to social peace, and a lack of respect for the decisions of the Presidential Council and the consultations in Riyadh.