The contradictions of Iran's arm...a daily way to falsify reality in front of public opinionEnglish - الاثنين 27 يونيو 2022 الساعة 09:21 م
The daily statements issued by Houthi leaders, starting with the militia leader and his long speeches, then the impersonated president of the country, Mahdi al-Mashat, and Muhammad al-Bakhiti, who has a great reputation in mobilizing young fighters and children, reveal; The size of the contradiction and falsification of reality in front of public opinion.
Then come the rest of the leaders, Hussein Al-Ezzi, Muhammad Ali Al-Houthi, Yahya Al-Houthi, Abdul Salam Falita, and many of the group's symbols, dynastic, religious, military, tribal, and even from the media and some of the researchers.
The extent of the contradictions that Iran's arm has experienced with itself, the international and regional community, the government institutions that control it, and the Yemeni citizen for more than seven years reflects the extent of the confusion it is leading in the north of the country.
Daily scenes, statements, committees, new names, decisions, laws, supervisors, packages of projects and reforms, and promises to improve security, living conditions and services, but this is counterbalanced by the looting of resources, oil revenues, insurance accounts and banks, neglect of education and health, and an increase in prices.
Representative Hashid stated, in a tweet to him, "They announce the signing of an agreement with Iran to establish a stock exchange in Sana'a, and on the second day a draft law is submitted to the Sana'a Parliament to prevent usurious transactions, and they established earlier a reconciliation commission, and on the second day the membership was dropped 44 deputies, the leader of Ansar Allah calls for attention to the conditions of the people, then we see potions walking on two old people.”
With regard to the peace and settlement process that many parties and mediators are calling for, the Houthis have exceeded all the constants, the latest of which is the armistice that the United Nations sought in agreement with the parties to the conflict.
Recruiting children, planting mines, delivering salaries, opening humanitarian corridors, stopping attacks, and releasing detainees; The group made promises that it would work to address it within the framework of calls for reconciliation, but that did not happen, as it escalated the planting of mines, the recruitment of children and attacks even on civilians.
This was a panoramic picture of the daily contradictions that the citizen witnesses and lives on by the Houthi militia, which has controlled the north of the country for 8 years after it invaded Sanaa in late 2014.