Mohamed Abdel Ghaffar
The Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militias aim at undermining the Yemeni state and seize the Yemeni people’s wealth for the sake of the mullah regime in Tehran.
The Houthi militias attacked the town of Mocha less than 24 hours after the Riyadh agreement. The Houthis fired 4 missiles and an Iranian-made drone killing at least five people and wounding others.
The Houthi militias have intensified attacks against civilians in Yemen, in an obscene violation of international laws and human rights. The escalation of Houthi terrorist attacks is a result of defeats in military operations against the Saudi-led Arab coalition.
The Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms said on October 19 that the Houthi militias committed more than 514 violations in a number of Yemeni governorates.
Yemeni researcher Adel al-Sobhy told THE REFERENCE that the Houthi terrorist militias are losing grip on power in Yemen.
“Therefore, the Houthis are intensifying the suffering of civilians. The terrorist militias are blocking any humanitarian, political or military efforts,” he added.