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Houthis did not honour Stockholm agreement: PM

By Nabil Abdullah al-Tamimi in Aden

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Representatives of the UN Redeployment Co-ordination Committee arrive to attend a joint meeting with representatives of the Yemeni government and the Houthis in the port city of al-Hodeidah on September 8th. [STR/AFP]

It has been one year this week since the Stockholm Agreement was signed between the Houthis (Ansarallah) and the Yemeni government, but the Houthis have yet to implement any of the terms, Yemen's prime minister said.

The agreement, signed December 13th, 2018 during peace talks in Sweden, called for a ceasefire in al-Hodeidah and the mutual redeployment of forces from the city and the ports of Salif, Ras Issa and al-Hodeidah within 21 days.

Per the agreement, both sides were to release about 16,000 prisoners of war.

But this has not yet happened, Prime Minister Moeen Abdulmalik said.

Additionally, he said, the Iran-backed Houthis "continue to put restrictions on the work of the UN mission in al-Hodeidah".

They also have continued to target commercial ships in the Red Sea, threaten international navigation, and target the headquarters of the government ceasefire monitoring team of the UN's Redeployment Co-ordination Committee.

The prime minister's remarks came during a Tuesday (December 17th) meeting in Aden with members of the al-Hodeidah local authority to discuss the authority's efforts to normalise conditions and establish security in the province.

The meeting also sought to assess their urgent service, development, humanitarian and relief needs.

"The Houthis refuse to transfer public revenues to the Central Bank as per the Stockholm Agreement so we can pay state employees' salaries," Abdulmalik said.

"They also looted [resources] and failed to honour their promises to open safe humanitarian corridors in al-Hodeidah, implement the prisoner swap agreement and lift their siege of Taez," he added.

The coalition has so far freed only 135 Houthis, and the insurgents have released 290 coalition fighters.

UN special envoy to Yemen Martin Griffiths arrived in Riyadh on Tuesday to meet with Yemen's government and hold talks on new peace negotiations.

Griffiths held similar discussions with Houthis in Sanaa before heading to Riyadh.

Call for abandoning agreement

Local officials have urged the government to abandon the Stockholm Agreement, in view of the Houthis' failure to comply with its terms, and proceed with the military push to restore al-Hodeidah to government hands.

Deputy al-Hodeidah governor Walid al-Qadimi told Al-Mashareq Yemeni President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi now faces two choices.

Faced with the Houthis' failure to comply with the Stockholm Agreement, he said, Hadi can "abandon the agreement and issue orders to the army to resume the liberation of al-Hodeidah".

Or else he can list all of the Houthis' violations that have undermined the agreement "so as to secure international consensus on the resumption of army operations to liberate al-Hodeidah", he said.

"The people of al-Hodeidah have held rallies in liberated districts calling for the liberation of al-Hodeidah, to stop the Houthis' violations and put an end to the humanitarian, health, social and economic suffering of its people," he noted.

"We are peacemakers, but the Houthis have so far committed some 12,000 violations, killed 223 civilians and injured 2,180 others," he said.

"The agreement stipulates their withdrawal to the south of the province and the legitimate government's forces to the north of the province, so humanitarian corridors can be opened and assistance allowed in, but this has not happened."

'UN must take a firm stance'

Political analyst Faisal Ahmed told Al-Mashareq the Yemeni government signed the Stockholm Agreement only after it received guarantees from the UN and international community that the Houthis would abide by its terms.

"This puts the responsibility on the UN as well," he said.

The Houthis have attacked Maj. Gen. Patrick Cammaert, head of the UN observer team tasked with monitoring the ceasefire in al-Hodeidah, he said, referring to a January incident in which a UN convoy came under fire.

"This gives the UN an indication as to the extent of the Houthis' compliance with the implementation of the agreement," Ahmed said.

"The UN must take a firm stance with the Houthis so they do not go further, and make Yemenis lose in peace as they lost in war," he said.

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There is no doubt that Saudi Arabia is behind what’s happening in Yemen. This is the first factor. The second factor is mercenaries. The third is self-aspiration and greed that motivate big shots in Yemen. The fourth is the weak religiosity, and people’s inclination to kill and exact revenge. The fifth is poverty, which is the main motive behind killing. The sixth is that the leaders don’t care who lives or who dies as long as there is unemployment that motivates them with the parties to the conflict. Finally, the catastrophe of Yemen lies in tribalism, sectarianism, leaders of political parties and love for power.

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We ask the international community to look at conflicts and try to resolve them fairly and to avoid double standards so peoples can avoid destruction. It should work on them seriously and should also try to establish peace all over the world. It should avoid the conflicts and wars that have caused too much destruction in those countries and try to resolve them seriously to serve humanity and the international community. This is so peoples can see a glimpse of hope, although there is some sort of deficiency in this respect, whether directly or indirectly, that made those peoples lose hope in the possibility of having solutions that would make them leave the spot where they are now and hope that their conditions would improve and that they live a dignified life like other peoples.

When the international community plays its role in a fair, unbiased way, it can resolve these problems and conflicts which disrupt peoples’ interests and waste a lot for them because of that attention, whether deliberate or indeliberate. In this way, these peoples can enjoy their wealth and benefit from it for the good of humanity and for helping their young people, innovators and thinkers excel and offer what they have to humanity in terms of inventions, whether in the field of medicine or other technologies, and so they may benefit from this potential in all aspects of life, whether inside or outside.

We hope that these entities will act in a humanitarian and unbiased way without any deficiency or complacency regarding those aspects, and that they will always cooperate with transparency, integrity and mutual respect that should replace conflicts. We hope they can spread love and affinity between peoples and instill values and principles that would make no party kill or eliminate the other unless there are imbalances that would harm the world and humanity. They should work only for coexistence and peace among them..

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Houthis haven't respected the Stockholm Agreement.

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We’ve been suffering for five years in Taiz from bombardment, destruction, siege from Houthis. Neither the Security Council nor the Coalition has spoken. We’re being shelled every day. Children and innocent people are being killed. We’re asking rights groups and the UN to follow up on what’s happening in Taiz.

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Yemen is bleeding. So, don’t just stand and watch. If you take negative positions, you’ll cry tomorrow because it will be your turn.

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Yemen is bleeding. So, don’t just stand and watch. If you take negative positions, you’ll cry tomorrow because it will be your turn.

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The thing that has destroyed the happy Yemen is the organisations and parties. Each and every party and organisation receives money from overseas, and they destroy the country from within. I don’t mean a certain person with my words, but all parties and organisations. May God relieve us of fraud in this world and protect the remaining beautiful things on the land of Yemen! Greetings.

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Houthis are a gang who knows nothing about humanity.

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Houthis are real men and they're steadfast like mountains. We'll defend our country and dignity as long as there is life in our bodies. Defending our dignity is a legitimate right. We're not aggressors, but they are.

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Houthis are Yemenis who are defending their country against the Saudi aggression and the mercenary who has brought Yemen to this stage.

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You’re talking about the Houthis and how they did this or that while you’re doing the most horrible things against the Yemeni people. The humanitarian things you claim to be doing are only seen and heard about in your media.

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From Yemen.

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Peace be upon you!

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And what's needed for peace?

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No comment!

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Griffith was neither honest nor fair in his mission; he took sides with the Houthis in his work.

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Everyone will be held to account by God. The victims are the people.

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This is the bottom line.

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Houthis respect no covenants or agreements.

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Actions speak louder than words.

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God’s peace and blessings be upon you!

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Yes, this is true, they should have abided and implemented. However, the victims are the poor people. As to fighting and killing, what is this all about? It’s about the chair, and the victims are the poor people. May God return their malice against them and deliver us safely! Famine has increased in Yemen in an unexpected way. May God deliver us!

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O, God, please give victory to truth and fail falsehood!

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It seems, dear Arab and Muslim brothers, that Yemen has now become an experimental field for the Saudi and Emirati armies. We pray to God to give victory to our oppressed people against oppressors. My slogan is no to tribalism, no to sectarianism and no to provincialism! We’re Muslims, and Muslims are those who other Muslims are spared their tongues and hands. Therefore, the money and weapons that have been spent by the Coalition, legitimate [government] and Ansarallah should have been spent on the poor people. That money should have been spent on the development and prosperity of the people, and on raising salaries and improving livelihoods. The people aren’t idiots; they will love every hand that is stretched to them with good and peace. As to the military intervention that targets schools, government facilities, camps and Yemeni weapons under the pretext of liberating Yemen, this is a stupid thing that is accepted by the stupid. This war is against the interests of Yemen and the extraction of oil and gas in my beloved country. I pray to God to give victory to Yemen and its people against every conspirator and hater. And God’s peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad, his Family and Companions. Amen.

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O, friend, if they want to do reform and development, they would pay part of the billions and intervene between the parties to reconcile between them. The development of Yemen will need several billions; they can create a development fund and finance it with 20 billion to improve the economy. They should avoid differences, if they are any good. However, my friend, those neighbours are malicious and hateful; it was them who stoked up the differences between the people of Yemen, and it was them who caused all the destruction and killings. They made Yemenis kill each other, while those criminals are looting Yemen’s resources, destroying its military and economic infrastructure and wasting its resources. Their evil intentions were clear; some are after the ports, like Aden, al-Mokha and Socotra, while others want al-Mahrah so that the oil pipeline can pass, and a port on the Arabian Sea, and want the oil of al-Jawf. After that, they come to do charity with us with a perished food convoy, and in this way, we’ll be under the mercy of the tyrants around Yemen and their masters overseas. The fighting factions have to understand that Yemen is targeted; they want to loot its wealth and kill its men. Yemenis should make concessions to each other and reconcile so they can reform the country. This is my opinion as a Yemeni.

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Iran’s Magi dogs have no humanity or conscience; they’re lying militias. The Coalition countries have trusted and dealt with figures who have no value and who represent themselves only. There is Sheikh Amin al-Akimi who is a very competent man. We hope that the Coalition countries and all Muslims will return to their senses and unite Muslims and stand together against the lurking enemy who has sown sedition among Muslims and spilled their blood. We hope that all Muslims, whether Sunnis or Shias, will make the mind prevail, return to the Holy Quran and stand as one man against the enemy who have occupied our land, spilled our blood and violated our honour in Palestine and other Arab Muslim countries. I pray to God to unite Muslims against the enemy and make them realise the enemy who is lurking for them.

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The three authorities and Houthis' abandonment of the sectarian Iran's agenda.

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Don't intervene in politics at all because it's dangerous and can lead to the decapitation of heads.

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There is no god but Allah and Muhammad His Messenger!

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The victim in this war is the poor citizen who doesn’t have anyone to help him. The warlords in Yemen will only care about themselves and their interests, and not about citizens. In my name and in the name of Yemeni people, I ask the Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) countries and the UN to do just one thing: to support the Yemeni currency before it collapses and we become like Somalia. If the Yemeni riyal is supported, there will another way for dealing with the situation.

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O, God, protect our Yemen and relieve us of calamity and woes!

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May God help the government!

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Amen, God!

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What government are you talking about?

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The government must withdraw from the agreement because this is a media farce.

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They are the supporters of the Devil because their culture is Magi and Iranian rather than Arab.

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Wallis the Godfather!

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Your words are 100% correct.

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The war has destroyed the land and people. Peace must prevail because we’ve been under siege around the seaports and airports and facing deteriorating conditions, suspended salaries and price hikes in materials, and lack of oil derivatives for five years. What was the result? A destroyed and torn up country without infrastructure, electricity, gas, hospitals, education, or security. The best solution, perhaps, is for its residents to immigrate to other countries and for the factions to fight and kill each other. Then they may believe that the solution lies in peace, as with peace, people will be relieved of the spilling of innocent people’s blood. I don’t understand the cause of conflicts or ambitions, but what I do understand as a simple person is that I want to live with my kids, if not comfortably and decently, then at least with minimum dignity and a few basic requirements, foremost among which is security, safety and services provided by the state, including electricity, gas and salaries.

My compatriots are dying a thousand times a day, either out of fear or starvation or out of disease. Until when will we live like this? I’m trying to travel to Canada to find an opportunity for myself and family so my children may receive education. I want my children to have dignity and rights before they know their duties. In these refined societies, the livelihoods for decent lives are much better than in our Arab countries because they’re people with hearts and humanity.

I’ve written two books about what happened in my country since 2011 until now. To cut it short, each group comes with its supporters and those who are allied with them, and don’t care about others. There is looting and embezzlement. They don’t care about citizens or poor employees who they leave to starve to death. Until when will this humiliation and torture continue although there are groups who cite God’s names all the time?

What I know well is that God is merciful and He never calls for bloodshed. He has called for mercy, love, peace, and integrity and the avoidance of theft. However, criminals don’t understand and our rulers don’t realize.

I hope that my message as a simple Arab citizen will be of benefit to you: we’ve become tired of conflicts, wars and killings.

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It’s better for Yemen to be governed by Houthis than Emiratis. This is because Houthis, after all, are Yemenis. We can differ and we can have dialogue as Yemenis, and then we can reach solutions. As to UAE, it’s a state that wants to occupy Yemen and loot its wealth. By nature, Yemenis are free and don’t accept slavery and cannot live under occupation, as was the case with the Ottomans and British who were ousted from Yemen by armed struggle. Therefore, anyone who tries to occupy Yemen will have the same fate.

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I hate those who want to divide Yemenis. Houthis are Yemeni. Every free Yemeni will defend their country against the ambitions of aggressors and will not betray their country. We're all Yemenis! Wake up, idiots!

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Yes, everybody is free although the way to government shouldn’t be the cannon and tanks, but electoral boxes. This is how God Almighty has taught us when He said, “We’ve made your affairs shura (consultation) among you.” The Prophet (PBUH) also adopted the principle of shura when he came to Madina and agreed with the Jews and its residents on how to govern. As to Houthis, they want to rule the people with the cannon while claiming to be governed by the Quran.

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Those who destroy my country aren't Yemenis. Houthis aren't Yemenis; they're part of the Farsi invasion. If not, they are agents of Iran.

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I haven’t seen anyone talking about the issue of the South. It seems that they’re all from the North. Let them leave the South alone. Period. Only the southerners have stood up against the Houthis in wars and liberated their areas. The Houthis weren’t able to occupy an inch in the South. As to the legitimate group, they allowed Houthis to take the North, and they are now liberating Aden from its people. This is because …

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Good and amusing.

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Houthis and UAE are allies.

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Frankly, this is true. They’re all tools in UAE hands serving the interests of America and Israel. Meanwhile, Houthis serve Iran’s interests. This is all for the service of America and Israel.

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Yes, this is true; they're all serving America and Israel. The most important thing for them is their personal interests and they don't care about the people.

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With hardship, there will be ease, God willing! God knows the truth, and we pray to God to give victory to the truth which He knows.

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May God relieve it for us!

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Amen

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Houthis are patriots who are defending, among honourable people, both land and honour.

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Houthis are patriots who, along honourable people, are defending our land and honour. As to mercenaries who are fighting for Saudi Arabia and UAE, they should be damned because they have sold off their souls for money. This is shameful. As to honourable people, they’re in the battlefields of pride, honour and manliness.

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They entered Dammaj in self-defence. The stormed Amran in self-defence. They stormed Sana'a under the pretext of reducing oil prices and forming a government of technocrats, but all of Yemen fell. They killed, displaced people, blew up homes and mosques. They entered al-Iman University and said they stormed the hideout of ISIS and al-Qaeda. Saudi Arabia and UAE were the first ones to support Houthis. They wanted the entire Yemen to fall under the pretext of destroying the Muslim Brotherhood (al-Islah). Houthis, UAE and Saudi Arabia had an agreement about withdrawing from Sana'a. However, after Houthis refused to withdraw, Ali Affash said he would join Houthis. He was a supporter of Houthis and was the first traitor of Houthis with the fall of Amran and Sana'a. The coalition came to eliminate Affash and supported you and you were able to take control of Sana'a by yourselves. The UAE is still supporting, and the UN is supporting the Houthis with aircraft and rockets, etc. You lie as you breathe.

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O God bring revenge against those who entered Yemen. No pain and no wounds.

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My curse and anger on them!

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God's prayers and peace be on Muhammad and Muhammad's family!

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Houthis are a rogue movement that doesn’t honour its pledges and always breaches the truce. I think there is collusion between the movement and the UN. If it was the joint forces that were violating the truce, strong measures would be taken against them.

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I pray to God to unite Yemenis and give them victory over their enemy. O, God, please spare the blood of all Yemenis!

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Amen!

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Amen, God!

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God's curse be on all of them, Magi pigs!

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Sure.

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My name is Ahd Abdou Mohamed. I'm from Aden, Yemen.

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Who are you and where do you live?

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I'm a man who is impatiently waiting for death.

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I ask for forgiveness from the mighty Allah!

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Sexy legitimacy! May God damn their honour.

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God suffices me and He is the best disposer of affairs!

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May God damn the Jews and Al Saud and those who are allied with them! Those who are traitors and mercenaries are more misguided than animals.

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God curse those who ally themselves with the Jews.

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All those who support the Jews and Saudi Arabia against their compatriots are more than the filthy.

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God is with truth.

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God is with truth!

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Yes.

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Houthis must be pressured to implement all UN resolutions.

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May God help Yemenis and relieve them of the wars that are only serving the enemies of religion and homeland!

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O, God, please reform Yemen!

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Yemen has been facing a financial and economic crisis for eight years. There is also famine, and there are no job opportunities. This is in addition to problems with electricity and high prices. God willing, God will relieve all Yemenis, Arabs and Muslims and heal all Muslim men and women who suffer from swine flu and all other diseases. God suffices me and He is the best disposer of affairs! I seek repentance from God. I seek repentance from God. There is no god but Allah. May Allah be praised, as I’ve been one of the unjust! I seek repentance from God.

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O, God, you're the wisest ruler!

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Thank God! Our people have been facing extremely difficult economic and security conditions for 8 years. We pray to God Almighty to relieve us as He is capable of everything.

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Amen!

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Houthis have involved themselves in the decision-making process although they are a militia supported by other forces. They don't have the decision in their hands. The states that are supporting them want to use them in implementing their goals in the political field to create obstacles for neighbouring and regional countries in Bab el-Mendeb Strait so they can achieve their own goals. As to us as the Yemeni people, we condemn these acts of the Houthi militia.

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Houthis have no say to this in this; the decision is in Iran's hands, and they're just an arm of Iranian terrorism.

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Those who claim to have legitimacy don’t have the decision. They are agents who are forced by Saudi Arabia and UAE and have no choice. Their intentions have become clear; they don’t fight to restore legitimacy. The best proof of this is what’s happening in Aden. They haven’t waken up yet out of their sleep. Fear God and re-do your calculations.

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We didn't enter their hearts to know what they're hiding.

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Anyway, because of our ingratitude towards the blessing which God has given us, we started to fight each other, and the strong among us started to devour the weak. We started to invite our enemy to support us, and we failed each other. We have wealth that is enough for one-third of the globe. This is the wisdom of God on His earth.

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Yemen and San'a are suffering from the unjust aggression. Victory to Yemen. We're steadfast.

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Sure.

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What is important is that these words won't be mere ink on paper.

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If intentions are sincere ...

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Yes, I will only say the truth.

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The war in Yemen is a regional war between organisations. The so-called legitimate government is one of the organisations; it’s basically a gang and a militia that wants to drown Yemen and create chaos. The gangs are led by the head of terrorists, Ali Muhsin al-Ahmar.

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Houthis are outsiders protected by Iran.

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It was he who defended you, O filthy one!

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And you're mean outsider and a mercenary! You've sold off your homeland.

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There are some bastards who have sold off their honour and dignity to Saudi Arabia and UAE. However, we will triumph and will invade them inside their own dens with the power of God, which is different from the power of the countries and coalition of aggression. We shall meet at the battlefield, o quasi men. Those who are men among you traitors can face us on the battlefield to prove they are men there on the ground, and not in comments and tweets online.

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