News Digest from Yemeni websites 2020-11-11

News Digest from Yemeni websites 2020-11-11





  1. Nine year old Abdurahman says in the Houthi school, a basement of Al-Saleh mosque in Sana’a, he and his classmates are continuously shown during the religious lessons flashes of the “the execution chair used by former” president Ali Saleh with blood on the chair allegedly belonging to Saleh’s victims. The Houthis use the indirect tactic to arouse extremism among the young pupils. Source of the story:Yemen Voice.

  2. The UN is making new moves to save the Stockholm Agreement. The UN mission is facing escalation and the consequences of the [Houthi] sniper shooting of a government liaison officer/ceasefire observer. Source: Almasdar Online.

  3. The Arab Coalition’s warplanes strike a launch pad of Houthi ballistic missiles in Sana’a. Source: Multiple news websites.

  4. “Turkey settles Somalia’s debts, while the UAE loots Yemen’s wealth,” A headline on Yemen Shabab TV’s website.

  5. Houthis in Sana’a torture a loyalist “judge” to death.Source: Al-Asimah Online.

  6. A child has died in a Houthi jail in Sana’a. Source: Almotamar Press.

  7. Multiple websites reported on the tweet of the chief of the national Supreme Committee for Relief Aid Abduraqib Fatah in which he said the UN peace mediator Martin Griffith’s latest proposal, known as the Joint Declaration, “makes him far from his main mission.” Fatah had said that “by the Joint Declaration, Griffiths is trying to make the humanitarian situation in Yemen as the justification” for the terrible proposal, even though the “cause of the [wretched] humanitarian situation is that military coup against the elected president and rebellion against the national, Arab and international consensus ...”

  8. A team of journalists representing major western newspapers have arrived to Ataq, the provincial capital of Shabwa. Source: Al-Rashad Press.

  9. Senior Houthi leader Saleh Habrah in Sana’a calls rebels accuses clan of Abdulmalik al-Houthi of seeking to get rid of tribesmen in a loser war and calls on the militants to withdraw from the warfronts against the government. Multiple websites reported this story attributing the stance to increasing rivalry within Houthi militia.

  10. Houthi militants storm the Tadhamon Bank headquarters in Sana’a, confiscate the bank’s electronic servers and causing the bank’s overall operations to shut down. Source: Multiple websites.

  11. Houthi militia issue warning to Saudi Arabia, and foreign companies and residents in kingdom that they will strike with ballistic missiles and drones. Source: Almashehad Alyemeni.

  12. Shabwa governor says his governorate seeks to be an analog for the [aspired for] bigger Yemen. Source: Saba news agency.

  13. Military Prosecutor in Marib files several charges against Iranian militant Hassan Eyrlo in Sana’a. Source: Multiple website

  14. UAE warplanes break sound barrier over a sit-in by Shabwa tribesmen to intimidate them into leaving their protest camp. The tribesmen demand the UAE military commanders and the UAE Shabwani Elite militia to be held accountable for a January 2019 raid of Al-Hajar village in which nine tribesmen were arbitrarily killed. Source: Source: Alharf 28 and other websites.

  15. A government representative in the Hodeidah Joint Redeployment and Coordination Committee Najib Waraq gives the UN a last chance to force the Houthis abide by the Hodeidah Agreement, or the army will resort to force to regain the city. Source: Al-Sahel Algharbi.

  16. A [mini-] war has erupted in Khawlan, a Sana’a countryside. Source: Multiple websites.

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