By: Ali Ragab
The Yemeni Party for Reform, the political arm of the brotherhood of Yemen, invested in the state of fragmentation in the state, they looted and stole its institutions, as well as the aid provided by the Arab coalition countries to support legitimacy in Yemen.
In October 2017, the Minister of Local Administration and Chairman of the Higher Relief Committee in Yemen, Abdul Raqib Fath, mentioned that 671 thousand food baskets, provided by the King Salman Relief Center, were disappeared.
The brotherhood militia in Taez also looted WFP food stores in the province, representing more than 705 humanitarian rations that were to be distributed as part of the humanitarian aid plan for the needy and the poorest of Taez.
Yemen’s reform party has also looted about 600 million riyals, which was received by the medical committee for the wounded, according to Yemen’s May 4 newspaper.
Yemen reports reported the disappearance of 3 billion Yemeni riyals, which was presented by Saudi Arabia to the Popular Resistance Commander in Taez, Hamoud Saeed al-Makhlafi, one of the most prominent military leaders of the Muslim Brotherhood, in support of Riyadh for the Yemeni resistance. In addition to the disappearance of 400 million Yemeni riyals from the allocations of Taez province and the looting of 200 million riyals of the salaries of recruits, according to the same newspaper.
Another face of corruption is formed in the province of Ma’arib, led by the conservative belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood Sultan Arrada, who presents the image of Ma’arib as the paradise of Yemen, and the oasis of stability.
The Yemeni journalist Muhsin al-Kathiri al-Muradi, through his page on Twitter of mentioned the corruption of Ma’arib, and the looting of the reform party for the country’s revenues of oil and gas, estimated more than 540 billion riyals over three years. Pointing out that the Yemeni state funds in Ma’arib do not go to the government of Ahmed bin Dagher or the Central Bank of Yemen in Aden, but go to the Muslim Brotherhood in Ma’arib, and the salaries of the loyalists of the Brotherhood are paid in Ma’arib.
According to the Yemeni politician and leader of the General People’s Congress Party, Kamel al-Khoudani, the corruption of the Muslim Brotherhood is numerous. It is not limited to looting humanitarian aid in Yemen, but also at the level of government and military institutions.