Houthi militia begin to enforce Khomos tax in Sana'a

Houthi militia begin to enforce Khomos tax in Sana'a


Houthi rebels in Sana'a have begun to levy fifth-of-income tax "Khomos" in the capital Sana'a and the rest of the north under their control, local sources said.
Government employees under the de facto reign of Houthis told the Saudi daily Okaz said that the Khmos was imposed on salaries of employees in the public, private and public-private sectors.

The sources said the Houthi-appointed rector of Sana'a University, Ahmed Dagghar imposed the tax on the university's teaching staff and other employees.

Houthi ideologues support their planned taxation with the verse 41 from chapter 8 in the Holy Quran which states:

“And know that anything you obtain, then indeed, for Allah is one fifth of it and for the messenger and for his holy household and the orphans, the needy, and the stranded traveller."

 

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