A Houthi leader, imposed by the militia on an institute for teaching English, practices continuous abuse, which caused the exit of a large number of the institute’s staff, which is one of the largest and most famous institutes in the capital, Sana’a.
The “Al-Asimah Online” website quoted local sources as saying that the so-called “Yusef Al-Dailami” who runs the Yali Institute for teaching English with racism, and works to harass teachers and employees at the institute under various pretexts, indicating that the militia imposed it on the institute months after its coup against the state.
Al-Dailami, according to the source, was imposed by the militia as the director of the institute, in light of its Houthi and its control of educational institutions, which sought to be all under its control.
The source pointed out that a large number of the institute’s cadres left their jobs at the institute due to the continuing abuse during the six years of the coup, especially after al-Dailami was appointed director of the institute.
He said that the last departed is a teacher who has been working for many years and is considered one of the oldest cadres in it, but she was forced to leave and leave teaching at the institute, after she became fed up with the practices of the Houthi administration.
The Yali Institute was established by the American Embassy in Sana’a at the beginning of the strengthening of Yemen’s relations with the United States and provides high-level educational curricula in cooperation with Oxford International University and several prestigious international institutions in the field of English language.