Int'l organizations politicize Yemen humanitarian situation to support Houthis, analyst says

Int'l organizations politicize Yemen humanitarian situation to support Houthis, analyst says

Yemeni political analyst Muhammad Jomeih said many international organizations are openly politicizing Yemen's human rights issue not out of concern for civilians, but to prevent the Arab Coalition and Yemeni government from security any victory.

In a statement quoted by the Saudi Press Agency (SPA), Jomeih said that what enticed the international community and the western countries into asking the government to give more and more concessions to Houthis is the fact that the government offered several concessions in the past years in quest of peace.

He said: "Things should be clear about the seaport of Hodeidah. The Yemeni government and Arab Coalition had offered the United Nations to undertake its administration so as to spare bloodshed. All the proposals were rebuffed by the Houthis."

Jameh criticized the western media, which defines the war in Yemen as a proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran. He said that "the war originated between the entire Yemeni people and an illegitimate authority that had overthrown their legitimate government" in Sana'a in September 2014.

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