The Houthi militia distributes Sanaa real estate to dynastic families from Saada

English - Monday 18 September 2023 الساعة 05:48 pm
Sanaa, NewsYemen:

 Local sources in Sanaa said that the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran's arm in Yemen, rewarded the families of its dead, who were from Saada Governorate, with looted lands in Sanaa that they had seized earlier.

 The sources pointed to the racism practiced by the Houthi militias by rewarding the dead of Saada and ignoring the families of the dead from other governorates.

According to Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper, observers in Sanaa believe that the primary goal of this distinction is to continue the steps of demographic change in the occupied Yemeni capital for the benefit of those belonging to the lineage of the group’s leader and those loyal to him from Saada Governorate.

 The newspaper quoted sources it described as informed, "A few days ago, the Houthi group imposed full control over the mountainous height overlooking 50th Street, and deployed its militants aboard military vehicles in the area."

The group announced, through what is called the “Commission for the Care of Families of the Dead,” the start of disbursing what it calls monthly “cash bail” to 55,809 relatives of its dead and missing persons in all governorates under its control.

 The sources say that most of the families of the group’s dead who benefit from all the privileges are members of the Houthi dynasty and ideologues hailing from Saada Governorate.

The sources indicate that there is discontent among those loyal to the group against the backdrop of favoring those affiliated with Saada and belonging to the Houthi dynasty and neglecting the families of the dead tribesmen, who sacrificed their lives in order to defend the group’s project.

 The sources confirmed the presence of escalating complaints among the families and children of those killed by the group recently, especially in Sanaa, the capital, and its countryside, in light of their marginalization and neglect of their miserable living conditions, and the monopolization of a limited category of the group’s members from the levies and royalties imposed on Yemenis through illegal means.