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Mujalli: The Houthi militia does not believe in peace and mind-trapping is more dangerous than war
[10/08/2023 04:35]
Riyadh - Saba
Member of the Presidential Leadership Council, Othman Mujalli, listened to a briefing from the Dutch Chargé d'Affairs for Yemen, Marieke Werda, and Political Councilor, Tessa Scholma on the Dutch humanitarian interventions and role in reviving the peace process, and salvaging the decaying oil tanker "Safer", which the terrorist Houthi militia has been using as a bargaining chip against the government.

The Council member praised the positive role of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Yemen for decades, noting that its development and humanitarian goals are appreciated, stressing that the most important challenges facing humanitarian, development and relief activities are represented by the Houthi attitude, which stands as an obstacle to achieving these goals, and is also working to disrupt all efforts to stop the war and bring peace and stability to our country.

Mujalli said, "The Houthi militia relies in its hostile practices on concepts derived from extremist ideas and alien ideologies based malicious Houthi pamphlets that spread havoc, destruction, wars, demolishing the economy and confiscating civil rights, which is the systematic policy that the Houthi militia followed in its wars against the people of Yemen" and as represented by the militia's coup against the government in September 2014 which turned Yemen into an environment that expels minds, investors, and humanitarian and relief initiatives, in implementation of subversive agendas in the region.

Mujalli pointed out that the biggest crime committed by the Houthi militia is teaching deviant ideas to children and youth, distorting the curricula, and booby-trapping minds in a systematic work targeting the present and the future according to an extremist intellectual and ideological approach based on the culture of terrorism, deceit and ignorance, which is a Houthi culture that goes along with imposing exorbitant fees and royalties on students while depriving teachers of salaries. He pointed out that this is a practice that poses an imminent danger to Yemeni society and the region and is more dangerous than war crimes and weapons.

The Council member pointed out that the money and resources earned by the Houthi militia are sufficient to pay the salaries of all state employees throughout Yemen, comparing the situation of the Houthi militia before the war and the outrageous wealth in the ranks of its leaders during the war, noting that it is not possible to deal with terrorist gangs that harmed Yemen in irreversibly.

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