By Isaac Saleh
While the Houthi media have nothing to be busy with other than boasting the organization's videos of daily terror attacks against civilians, the western media seem to have undertaken advancing the victim narrative on the Shia Islamic militant's behalf.
Al-Masirah and other Houthi TVs and websites are these days boasting semi-daily videos of rocket attacks into the city of Taiz that have claimed the lives of many civilians, and are boasting the killing of "mercenaries" – in fact several children as Al-Sahwa's recent stories and provided photos showed.
In parallel, almost all the US and European news sources from the worldwide popular CNN, the Washington Post, the New York Times Reuters and the Guardian to the fledgling imitators at the Antiwar and the Common Dreams website are involved in a biased mission to show things the other way around.
They are advancing the Saudi-led "bombing campaign" and the "Yemeni suffering" rhetoric.
Arab Coalition shoots Houthi drones down
Alsahwa Net- Spokesman of the Arab Coalition Turki al-Maliki has said that Saudi air forces on Monday shot two Houthi drones down over the area of Khamis Mushait.
He spelt out that the Iran-backed Houthi rebels always try to carry out terrorist operations on Saudi civilian facilities, and that their attempts are thwarted.
The Houthis said earlier via their news outlet Almasirah that they had targeted the King Khalid airbase near Khamis Mushait.
The Iran-backed Houthis have stepped up drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia amid tensions between Iran and the United States, Saudi Arabia's main ally.
Yemen gets guarantees to implement Stockholm agreement
Alsahwa Net- Yemen has gotten guarantees of UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to implement the Stockholm agreement regarding Hodeida, Director of the Yemeni Presidency Office Abdullah al-Alimi has revealed.
Al-Alimi’s statement came hours after President Abdo Rabbu Mansour met UN Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Rosemary DiCarlo in Riyadh on Monday night.
Al-Alimi spelt out that Hadi was given guarantees over the implementation of the three terms of reference; the UN Resolution 2216 on Yemen, the GCC-mediated deal and the National Dialogue Conference’s outcomes.
Al-Alimi said that the meeting between Hadi and DiCarlo was fruitful and that all Yemen’s peace issues were touched on.