Major agreements that Houthis abandoned

Major agreements that Houthis abandoned

By Mohammed Al-Radaee

Yemenis say that non-commitment to peace agreements is characteristic of the Houthis as a terrorist religious organization.

The organization have accepted disarmament and ceasefire agreements only when forced to. And were quick to break them, returning to warfare and violence. 

Local observers say they have lost count of how many agreements and smaller ceasefire deals the organization had signed with the government and other national components before abandoning them.  

Here are some of the major agreements the terrorists have entered into and broken since 2004:

  1. Six disarmament agreements, one after each of the six wars they fought with the former regime from 2004 to 2009.
  2. An agreement to allow the armed forces to deploy in Dammaj area of Saadah where they closed an Islamic school and forced scores of students to leave, in January 2013.
  3. Ceasefire agreement to stop the Houthi gradual military advance toward the capital Sana'a. The agreement was signed with the army in 23 June 2014.
  4. An agreement to end the Houthi mobilization of armed militants in the entrances of the capital city in September 2014 in return for the government's re-subsidization of oil products, one of the pretexts the terrorists used as they crept little by little toward the capital.
  5. The Agreement on the Document of the National Dialogue Conference in January 2014.
  6. The Peace and Partnership Agreement. The terrorists signed it with the then weak government and political parties upon seizing the capital Sana'a in late September 2014. Drunk with success, the terrorists started a bloody expansion toward the rest of Yemen, southward, in violation of this agreement which themselves had tailored and imposed.


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