On Tuesday, March 30, 2021, the Yemeni government sent a report to the Security Council, proving the relationship and cooperation between the Houthi militia and terrorist organizations such as ISIS and Al-Qaeda in Yemen.
The Yemeni mission to the United Nations delivered the report, consisting of 21 pages, in three languages, Arabic, English and French, to the President of the UN Security Council, US Ambassador Linda Thomas Greenfield, addressed to her and to the members of the Security Council.
The report said that the Houthi militia released 252 prisoners of Al-Qaeda members, as well as one of the planners of the attack on the “USS Cole” ship, indicating that the Houthi operations on Al-Qaeda in Yemen are mock operations, and that 55 Al-Qaeda members in Sanaa are under the auspices of the Houthis. .
He pointed out that al-Qaeda evacuated several areas and handed them over to the Houthis to circumvent the army, and that ISIS fighters fought in the ranks of the Houthis, and that the National Army captured al-Qaeda members who fought with the Houthis.
The report also indicated, supported by pictures and tables, that this Houthi relationship with terrorist organizations has reached the point of joint coordination, and the exchange of roles that threaten the security, stability, unity of Yemen and its regional surroundings, and international shipping lines, in an inevitable way for the international community that raises the flag of the war on terror, according to the Yemeni message, To carry out his responsibilities to support the legitimate government in confronting these Houthi militias and other terrorist organizations.
The letter called for the importance of adopting the classification of the Houthi militia on the terrorist list.