Yemeni journalist, Ahmed Ayedh, said that Abdul-Malik al-Houthi; The leader of the coup militias, he overthrew the Hashemite families, led by Beit al-Shami, and, along with the Saada wing, took over the joints of the state.
He added, in a tweet monitored by “The Yemeni Scene”: “With the bloody compelling and the shooting of Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, he is unique in force over the rest of the Salafis in Yemen by seizing more than 90 sensitive positions for his family and his associates from Saada, starting with the Supreme Political Council, which, with Muqribiya, acquires 6 positions out of 10.” “.
The Yemeni journalist pointed out that the current of the leader of the Houthi militia, “Abdul-Malik” and his associates, represents the Iranian movement in Yemen, its ideology and its agents.
Ayed also confirmed that Abdul-Malik al-Houthi overthrew the Hashemite families, led by Beit al-Shami, and took possession with the Saada wing of the joints of the Ministry of Interior, the most important of which are the minister, the inspector general, 3 agents, the head and agent of the Security and Intelligence Service, the agent of the National Security Agency, the agent of the Political Security Service and the head and deputy of the Affairs Department. Civil.
And recently, the struggles of the wings of influence and control within the Houthi militia over the looted funds and positions have escalated, and the beginning of the new conflict is due to the attempt of the hard-line Houthi wing, which is ideologically linked to Tehran, to monopolize power and remove the political wing that has relations with Iran from outside the militias’ frameworks that are fed up with this trend and increased their fears From the possibility of regional powers preferring him in any political deal for a settlement in the country.
And the conflict between the wings of Iran’s arms is growing in Yemen, as the sectarian wing represented by the Houthi group controls the decision-making power, influence and money, while excluding all the remaining parties that participated in the preparation for the coup and loyalty to Tehran.