Female facebooker narrates hellish life in Houthi-held Sana'a in short story

Female facebooker narrates hellish life in Houthi-held Sana'a in short story

2019-12-24

Houthis have turned life in the capital city nearly to a hell thanks to ruthless oppression, massive corruption and arbitrary policies. Most recently the theocratic militia banned the newly printed Riyal banknotes printed by the legitimate government in all the militia's areas of control in the north.

Bushra al-Ghayli a journalist from Sana'a outskirts narrated on her facebook page today that a sick woman died after her husband hospitalized her but was not admitted since the money in his purse was all new banknotes and could not get them replaced with the old ones accepted by the government of the militia.

The man reportedly appealed to the hospital receptionists, "My wife is an inch close to death, do something for her quick." But he got no response.  Moments later the wife dies.

Al-Ghayli posted this story on her FB without naming the couple for fear of Houthi reprisal.

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