The Houthi militia demanded that private data be restricted to school students in the capital, Sanaa, in preparation for the imposition of forced conscription against them.
Local sources told the Yemeni scene that the Houthi militia required primary school students, in a number of schools in the capital, Sana’a, to bring birth certificates, in exchange for allowing them to continue their studies.
The sources pointed out that the Houthi militias gave the students of a number of schools in the capital, Sana’a, to bring special data and hand over birth certificates before the midterm exams.
The sources pointed out that the Houthi move aims to know the ages of all students, in preparation for subjecting them to sectarian courses, before forcing them to join the fronts, in light of the great depletion that the Marib fronts have been witnessing for a year.
The sources expressed their concern about the militias’ tendency to involve school students in the conflict, and subject them to sectarian courses, especially following a proposal by Houthi leaders to send school students to the fronts…noting that the stage requires that everyone carry weapons.
It is noteworthy that the Houthi militia has turned schools into a quagmire for planting its sectarian ideas, and has also changed the curriculum, and included its sectarian ideas in the curricula.