Iran's arm penetrates the Brotherhood's Marib ideologically through private schoolsEnglish - الثلاثاء 20 سبتمبر 2022 الساعة 04:10 م
Media and other educational sources revealed the distribution of the curriculum of the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran's arm in Yemen, in private schools in the liberated city of Ma'rib, which is under the rule and control of the Islah Party, the local branch of the Muslim Brotherhood, in an intellectual penetration described by journalists as "dangerous."
The sources confirmed that the parents were surprised by their children studying in some private schools in Marib carrying textbooks from the sectarian curriculum that was printed by the Houthi militia with the support and funding of UNICEF, and many amendments were made to it that promote extremist Shiite thought and the Iranian project in Yemen.
Most of the private schools in Marib and the various Yemeni governorates are governed by administrations that belong ideologically and ideologically to the Brotherhood.
The sources did not talk about any moves by the Ma'rib authorities to punish the schools that distributed the "Sana'a Curriculum" and take the necessary measures to contain this penetration that threatens the legitimate government's battle against the terrorist Houthi militia.
The sources also did not rule out the complicity of the Ma'rib Brotherhood authorities and their undeclared approval to distribute these books temporarily to private schools, before disseminating them to public schools.
A Brotherhood lobby coming from a "Hashimi" background controls the city of Ma'rib militarily, security and economically, and works for the Houthi militia, Iran's arm in Yemen, from within the authorities attributed to the legitimate government in the governorate.
This lobby, which includes security, military and civilian leaders, dynastic affiliated with those known as the "Hashemites", and ideologically with the Muslim Brotherhood, serves the Houthi dynastic project and its leadership in Sana'a and Saada, in more than one way.
This breakthrough comes in conjunction with the tension between the Islah Party - the Brotherhood of Yemen - and the Presidential Leadership Council, due to the events of Shabwa and Abyan, and the public communication between the Brotherhood and the Houthis after the former lost its influence in Shabwa and Abyan.
Journalists pointed out that Iran's arm failed to penetrate Marib militarily, but it succeeded in penetrating it ideologically, blaming Marib authorities for what happened.
Journalist Abdul Salam al-Qaisi says, "It is tragic, frightening and weeping that priesthood curricula reach private schools in Marib, so where is the censorship? We aspire to fight it intellectually in its areas and stand against educational priests and the curriculum reaches liberated cities," stressing that this is not a crime, but rather the mother of crimes and betrayals. According to him.
As for journalist Ali Al-Aqili, who is from Ma’rib, he did not deny the incident, and said in a post on his Facebook account, “With regard to the textbooks that were distributed in some schools in Marib, which carry the curriculum of the Iranian terrorist Houthi militia, we must search for their source and hold those involved in bringing them to account. And distribute them, whether they are private or government schools, printing presses or libraries.”
He added, "It is the duty of the Education Office to circulate to schools, printing presses and libraries not to receive any books or curricula unless they are from the Education Office or under its supervision and with a license from it, whether for printing or distribution."