Houthi academic threatens professor of Sana'a University with murder
1/10/2017 12:31:00 AM
A Houthi academic on Monday threatened Dr. Mohammed al-Dhahiri, Chairman of Sana'a University Faculty Syndicate, with physical elimination.
Sources of the syndicate told Alsahwah Net that al-Dahiri was threatened by Dr. Mohammed al-Makhidi, the chairman of a Houthi academic forum in Sana'a University.
The faculty of Sana'a University started on Saturday a comprehensive strike after they conducted a partial strike for several days.
The administrative board of the Yemeni Professor Syndicate cited, in a statement, that the Supreme Council of Faculty Coordination in the public universities decided to carry out a comprehensive strike.
The statement praised the success of the partial strike during the past days, calling the teaching staffs of Sana'a University to cooperate for the success of this comprehensive strike.
The Yemeni Professor Syndicate on the mid of December gave the Houthis an ultimatum of two weeks to pay their salary arrears of four months.
Militias of the Houthis and Saleh threatened the teaching staff of Sana'a University with detention if they conducted a comprehensive strike.