Houthis fake promises and projects to the people of HodeidahEnglish - الأربعاء 22 سبتمبر 2021 الساعة 07:27 م
The Houthi militia - the Iranian arm in Yemen - is trying to divert attention from its public bloody massacre against 9 of the people of Hodeidah governorate, and to manipulate the feelings of the people of Hodeidah with fake projects for media consumption.
On Monday, September 20, 2021, the leader, Muhammad Ali al-Houthi, allegedly laid the foundation stone for what the Houthi militia called (the September 21 city project for the poor of Hodeidah), as a fictitious project with the aim of absorbing the anger of the people of Hodeidah Governorate.
In a short speech to him, Al-Houthi launched a new phase of his militia’s robbery of the lands of the people of Al-Hodeidah Governorate. Al-Houthi said, confused: “The poor come first before any arrogant person.” He added: “There is no room for any robber to rob the lands before distributing the rights to the poor....”
The confusion of the Houthi leader here gave the meaning of his speech to saying that the scope of looting and robbery of the lands of the people of Hodeidah will be available after "distributing the rights to the poor...".
Social Security payroll theft
Since its disastrous catastrophe in September 2014, the Houthi militia has stolen the social security salaries that were paid to the low-income people on a monthly basis in all governorates of the Republic, without spilling their face or insulting their dignity.
Seven years after its catastrophe, the Houthi militia is trying to shed crocodile tears for the poor of the Hodeidah governorate. It has looted the pensions of retirees and social security benefits, and swallowed the salaries of more than one million and 200 thousand employees, to throw millions of families into the circle of poverty and the square of need and need.
Even the beggars who were forced to beg to feed their hunger and their children, did not surrender the Houthi militia’s harm, its pursuit and its false accusations to those in Sana’a and its neighboring governorates, in contrast to its piracy and looting of the aid that merchants and philanthropists used to provide to the poor and needy in their districts and residential neighborhoods.
The UN food aid granted by default to the needy and the poor in Yemen is also exposed to piracy and robbery by the Houthi militia, which steals food from the mouths of the hungry, - according to UN reports - and sells these materials in the markets for the benefit of influential people in the ranks of the group, in a public investment in the hunger of Yemenis and a clear livelihood from the alleged war.