Houthis radicalizing prisoners to fight against the government

Houthis radicalizing prisoners to fight against the government

 

Houthis have taken hundreds of prisoners serving sentences for criminal offences in the Central Jail in the capital Sana'a and transported them to the Military College in the same city to radicalize them to become "holy warriors" against the government.

Local sources said the Shiit Islamist militia which is waging  years-long insurgency against the government have released the prisoners, some of whom have been for years serving sentences for criminal offences, but transported the Military College as a new confinement and radicalization facility before deploying them to the warfronts. The militia will indoctrinate them with the a perverted form of Islam which legalizes killing anyone who opposes the militia's vision for an Islamic state of "Imamite" ruled by the rebel leader Abul-Malik Badruddin al-Houthi.

 

 

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