Houthis carry out arbitrary arrests among Sana’a University students
11/29/2019 1:25:00 AM
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Alsahwa Net-The Houthis militants carried out arbitrary arrests among students of Sana’a University during the past two days in fear of popular protests in their held areas.
Students from Sana’a said that the Houthis militia arrested dozens of students with a charge of forming anti-Iranian influence and corruption exposure union, the Saudi state-run Okaz daily Newspaper reported.
The sources said that the Houthis militants stormed schools of business, arts, education, mass communication and arrested a number of students.
Sources said that other students are under surveillance and some students were recruited as spies to report information about any student that speaks about the union.
The Houthis arrested last Tuesday a number of students from the Accountancy Department of the Business School who were in meeting for discussing a school plan for doing a joint research project.
However, one of their classmates reported to the Houthis’ authority that the meeting was discussing formation of an anti-Houthis students’ union.
The incident is one of other similar arbitrary arrests against citizens in fear of popular demonstrations might flare up against their rule.
The Houthis gunwomen stormed on the same day a house of a female citizen in Sana’a, arrested Eman Al-Bashiri and took her to an unidentified location.
They also abducted another male citizen and his wife in Sana’a.