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Al-Eryani: The months that followed the removal of Al-Houthi from the terrorist list are the worst in the lives of Yemenis

Muammar Al-Eryani, Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism, said, “Ten months since the US administration took the decision to raise the designation of the Houthi militia (a terrorist organization) was the the worst And the most tragic and bloodiest in the lives of Yemenis since the start of the war triggered by the coup of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia, while the coming days herald more escalation, bloodshed and complication of the Yemeni scene.

Muammar al-Eryani added in a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), “The Houthi militia considered the decision to raise the rating an encouragement for its aggressive behavior, and a green light for the continuation of its military escalation, killing Yemenis, continuing its crimes and violations of human rights, blowing up efforts to calm down, expanding the area of ​​war and human suffering, and doubling its activities.” terrorist threat to regional and international peace and security.

Al-Eryani indicated that since the classification was raised, the Houthi militia has turned its back on efforts to calm and establish peace, and has escalated its military operations in the governorates of (Al-Bayda, Shabwa, Marib, Taiz, Al-Hodeidah, Al-Dhalea, Lahj), and increased the frequency of its terrorist attacks on the liberated areas and the Saudi neighbor using ballistic missiles and aircraft. Iranian-made march.

Al-Eryani pointed out that the decision is part of the state of international laxity in dealing with the Houthi militia, ignoring its continuous escalation in Marib, turning a blind eye to its daily crimes and violations against civilians, its attacks on neighboring countries, and threatening shipping lanes, believing that it can be pushed to engage in efforts to calm down and bring peace to the region. Yemen and the region.

He said, “This inaction reflects the international community’s disdain for the Houthi militia, and that it is a terrorist organization established by Iran and provided with experts, military technology and funds, to manage its subversive scheme in the region, and to take Yemeni geography as a platform to target the neighborhood, and threaten energy sources and international shipping lines in the Red Sea.”

Al-Eryani stressed that the Houthi militia is a terrorist organization that is not different from “Al-Qaeda, ISIS” and that it only understands the language of force, and that the only way to force it to stop the war and push it to engage seriously in efforts to calm down and bring peace, and put an end to human suffering, is through intensifying political and military pressures.

Al-Eryani called on the US administration and the international community to reconsider the method of dealing with the Houthi militia, adopting the political and military pressure approach, working to re-inclusion in the international terrorism lists, and prosecuting its leaders as war criminals, in fairness to hundreds of thousands of their victims, and to ensure that the killers do not go unpunished.


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