There is no doubt that the September revolution embodies a black point in the priesthood literature, one group considers it a military coup carried out by the Free Officers Organization against the monarchy in northern Yemen, within the context of a series of Nasserist coups directly supported by the Egyptian intelligence, to achieve Abdel Nasser’s dream of Arab unity, and another group considers it a revolution , but against the royalist reaction and its imperial ties, and not against the Zaydi Imamate and its Hashemite ties, then they unanimously agree on its failure to achieve its political, economic and social goals, so that the other September will be the corrective revolution that unites the Imamate represented by His Eminence the Sayyid and the Republic represented by His Excellency the President, and this is a rumor of the truth.
The September revolution had another, more important and lasting aspect. The system of government in northern Yemen was not only royal, but was also a priestly par excellence, a Zaydi dynastic imam, a political Hashemite, and a medievalist. Therefore, I think that liberating man from priestly slavery, there is no doubt that it was a real victory, a luminous crossing, A blessed Yemeni Easter, with other lofty goals retreating due to external interventions, political balances and historical consequences. Therefore, the September revolution can be considered the anniversary of the liberation of a human being more than just a revolution or a coup to change a regime such as Egypt, Iraq or Libya. The September revolution was the birth of one people, not Three layers of Hashemite, Zaydi, and Shafi’i, albeit in theory, although its sediments remain permeated in the subconscious.