The Spanish magazine “Moi Negocios e Economia” said that the capital, Sanaa, which is under the control of the Houthi coup militia, has become a base of operations for extremist organizations such as Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State, and the third worst city in the world where it is not recommended to live.
According to the magazine, Sanaa witnessed serious terrorist operations and came in third place after the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, and the city of Bangui in the Central African Republic, due to the deterioration of security, armed conflicts, poor services and a low standard of living.
According to the United Nations, Yemen is suffering from the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, with about 8 million people on the brink of famine, in addition to the cholera epidemic that has infected one million Yemenis, and the severe economic collapse the country is facing.
Cultural events, concern for the environment, ease of transportation, housing prices, and availability of job opportunities are among the most important factors that are taken into consideration to determine the level of well-being in any city.
The government documented 21,422 crimes and violations committed by the Houthi militia in Sana’a during 2020, including murder, torture to death, enforced disappearance, money looting, displacement, child abuse, violations against women, aid looting, and discrimination of education, among others, in a terrifying outcome that reveals the size of Militia abuses.