The Houthi coup group in the capital, Sanaa, sent about 480 marginalized citizens to fight on the fronts of Taiz and Marib, in conjunction with directives issued by the militia leader, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, to focus on the marginalized category, give it special attention, and rehabilitate them in intensive courses, in order to participate in Loyalty to the blood of the martyrs and address what he described as aggression.
Local sources revealed to the “Yemeni Scene” that the Houthi supervisors had recruited nearly 200 marginalized children in the capital, Sana’a, and transferred them to Al-Saleh Mosque to undergo ideological training, followed by a military training course, to be sent to the blazing battlefronts.
Other sources revealed that the militia had recruited about 160 marginalized people from Dhamar governorate and 120 others from Ibb governorate, and had thrown them into the fighting fronts in Marib, Al-Jawf and Taiz as well, during the past week.
This comes after the Houthi leader, Sultan Jahaf, admitted in early August that his group had recruited the marginalized and sent them to the crematoria. In a tweet on his Twitter account, he indicated that the group had recruited 70% of the marginalized segment and sent them to various combat fronts.
It is noteworthy that the Houthi militia resorted to the sympathy of what it calls the “grandchildren of Bilal” in Dhamar Governorate, to force them to participate in the battles.
The Houthi leader, Muhammad al-Bakhiti, appointed governor of Dhamar, the governor of Dhamar, held an extensive meeting, today, Tuesday, with the marginalized, whom the militias seek to exploit, where he demanded that they participate in “confronting the aggression,” as he put it.