The Houthi militia gave the residents of a residential neighborhood east of the Yemeni capital Sanaa three days to leave their homes, claiming ownership of the endowments, which were endowed by Saif al-Islam al-Mutawakkil and were found in the endowments of the Great Mosque 120 years ago.
Judicial and local sources, identical to the Yemeni scene, said that the Houthis surrounded the community college neighborhood in the Sawan region, east of the capital, Sana’a, with more than forty groups claiming ownership of land for endowments, in which the owners of some of them have lived for more than 30 years.
The sources added that the Houthis asked the residents of the neighborhood to relinquish the ownership of their homes and then rent them from the endowments, while they bought these homes through legitimate trustees of the Bani Hashish district.
The sources confirmed that the buyers asked the Houthis to compensate them, but they said that the problem is theirs and that they should search for sellers to compensate them, most of whom died more than twenty years ago.
These Houthi measures, based on looting people’s money, caused real estate prices to decline in Yemen in their areas of control and the migration of investors to foreign countries, in which Egypt came first, then Turkey and Jordan with investments of more than $5 billion in the real estate sector in Egypt and $2 billion in Turkey, describing one billion in Jordan. For official national statistics issued by these countries.
The Houthi militia had issued compulsive arrest warrants against more than 500 people and more than 250 legitimate trustees on charges of forgery and other Houthi arguments, which come within the framework of the militia’s rejection of the legal procedures that took place during the era of the republican regime.
The Houthi militia recently imposed the approval of the security and intelligence services before any sale with the aim of looting people’s money and raising taxes, not to mention requests for baptisms and licenses in order to raise taxes to cover its absurd wars and transfer one-fifth of these funds to Shiite religious authorities in Qom, Najaf and southern Lebanon.