Has Houthi collapse from within started?

Has Houthi collapse from within started?

Alsahwa Net- The collapse of the rebel militias that plunged Yemen into its worst war and the world's worst humanitarian crisis may have started, thanks to a rift from within the movement of theocratic militias.

The past two days saw clashes between the followers of Abdul-Malek al-Houthi and the followers of another cleric and leader of a small rebel faction Mohammed Abdul-Adheem al-Houthi, both allied for years in the fight against the internationally recognized government of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

The clashes erupted in Saadah and Hajjah, two northern Yemen provinces and strongholds for the extremist theocrats who want to restore a pre-1962 unrivalled Islamic Zaidi reign.

It is not known why the dispute erupted but rivalry for power has always been under current. Local sources say 40 people have been killed in exchange of shootouts between the two sides, 15 of them followers of Abdul-Malek. 

Abdul-Malek's followers are said to have started lacing the houses of Abdul-Adheem's followers with bombs and detonating them, the thing the erstwhile allies have been practicing against supporters of the government over the past three years.

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