Yemeni officials reveal a dangerous scheme behind the displacement from southern Yemen by the coalition, women launch appeals!
Yemeni officials revealed the details of a dangerous plot behind the displacement operations against the sons of the northern governorates from the southern city of Aden, under the control of UAE, main part of the Saudi-led coalition, backed by the US.
Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi explained that what happened in Aden of practices reveals the reality of foreign partition and fragmentation projects in the country with their doctrinal, regional and racist addresses.
He said that the practices that occur in Aden are scandal of their enemy and their agents, stressing the need to be faced with condemnation and strengthen brotherly ties by all, pointing out that their enemy is keen to be the situation prevailing in Yemen is a state of dispersion, spacing, fighting, problems and crises, and explaining that the interests of the Yemenis are in brotherhood, cooperation, peace and stability.
Women from the northern governorates of Aden sent a distress call to the tribes and liberals of Yemen to defend their them after dozens of them were subjected to immoral abuse of Yemeni values, principles and customs by the paid fighters of the security belt of the UAE forces and the so-called Southern Transitional Council.
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Dhaifallah Al-Shami spokesman for the Salvation Government, Minister of Information, condemned, on Friday night, what is happening to the son of the northern provinces in Aden, southern Yemen of injustice, oppression, displacement and closure of the shops by the coalition forces and paid fighters with racial and regional motives.
Al-Shami affirmed the readiness of the Salvation Government to receive the southerners and allow them to live in dignity and work freely in Sana’a or in any other governorate under the authority of the Supreme Political Council.
Lahj governor , for his part, condemns deportation campaigns of northerners.The governor of Lahj province Ahmad Hamoud Gareeb condemned the acts of the UAE-paid fighters of raids and looting of property and the deportation of citizens from the northern provinces in Aden and a number of the southern provinces.
The governor said that these crimes are carried out by groups associated with the coalition and do not reflect the positions of the southerners.
The UAE troops through its paid fighters on Thursday carried out raids on the homes of citizens from the northern provinces and tortured the citizens and deported dozens.
Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, member of the Supreme Political Council, said on Friday that the campaigns of deportation and looting of the people of the northern provinces in Aden according to regional standards is “the real project of the coalition of aggression, under the US orders.”His remarks came in a tweet as the so-called security belt, UAE-backed forces, continue to close ports linking the southern and northern provinces,stressing that it is a “destructive project” for Yemen and its social unity.
He added that the abuses against the people of the Yemeni provinces in Aden confirms the terrorism of the US-British-Saudi-Emirati aggression in Yemen.
The Shura Council on Saturday condemned the regionalism practices, saying “Those practices are part of a scheme to divide Yemen according to the agenda of Saudi-UAE aggression coalition and its tools, which carry narrow regional projects aiming at fragmenting the social fabric,” .
The Tribal Cohesion Council and its branches in the coalition- controlled Yemeni provinces on Sunday organized a protest rally in Sanaa under the slogan “All together to defeating the fragmentation projects and build a united, safe and prosperous homeland by its sons.”
The participants condemned the assaults, deportation, closure of shops, raiding and looting carried out by the UAE forces and their tools or the so-called security belt force against people from the northern provinces in Aden province, considering those practices racist acts against the people of the northern provinces and a systematic targeting and a clear violation of their rights.
Social figures, officials, sheikhs and dignitaries of Abyan province, southern Yemen, on Sunday condemned deportations and assaults against the northern provinces’ people in Aden province.
Abyan’s notables confirmed in a statement their full rejection of the forcible deportation and assaults carried out by the so-called security belt paid fighters of the Southern Transitional Council backed by the UAE against thousands of people from the northern provinces in Aden, calling on the exiled Hadi’s government, the political forces in Yemen and the coalition to stop the practices of the transitional council’s paid fighters and to stand against them.
A protest rally was staged on Sunday by tribes and sheikhs to condemn violations and forces displacement.
At the rally, the participants affirmed that the attack and displacement against the northern governorates’ citizens and property are the shameful and unacceptable behavior that reflects the regionalism tendency being fed by the coalition countries, calling on freemen of the southern provinces to take responsibility for stopping stop the criminal violations and acts against the paid fighters, stressing that the Yemeni people reject tendency.
In March 2015, the US -backed –Saudi-led coalition started a war against Yemen with the declared aim of crushing the Houthi Ansarullah movement, who had taken over from the staunch Riyadh ally and fugitive former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, while also seeking to secure the Saudi border with its southern neighbor. Three years and over 600,000 dead and injured Yemeni people and prevented the patients from travelling abroad for treatment and blocked the entry of medicine into the war-torn country, the war has yielded little to that effect.
Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
More than 2,200 others have died of cholera, and the crisis has triggered what the United Nations has described as the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.