New Sana’a oil black market explodes into flames, as UN claims fuel shortage on Houthi end

New Sana’a oil black market explodes into flames, as UN claims fuel shortage on Houthi end

 

Yemen’s Houthi-controlled capital city of Sana’a saw a new massive fire in a black market of oil products on Sunday evening and plumes of smoke hang over the sky, local media reported, in an apparent accident (pictured) that left no casualties.

 

News websites said the black market “in the 30-meter road an offshoot of the main 60-meter road” in downtown the city belongs to Abdullah Yahya al-Madani a senior figure in the Houthi militia and a member of the supremacist dynasty that the Houthi movement fights to establish as God-mandated rulers for Yemen.

The abundance of fuel displayed in an unsafe way in the markets has caused frequent fire accidents in in Houthi-held territories especially Sana’a.

Yemeni observers say the UN’s placement of the Houthi ‘fuel shortage’ and ports ‘blockade’ at the top of its peace brokerage agenda reveals an interest in securing more fuel shipments for Houthis to convert them to war funds and with allowing the Shiit militia a better opportunity to smuggle in arms.

 

 

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