Houthi radicalization centers are Iran’s ‘most important nuclear bomb’: Yemeni official

Houthi radicalization centers are Iran’s ‘most important nuclear bomb’: Yemeni official

A Yemeni official has said the Houthi summer radicalization centers are Iran’s “most important nuclear bomb” in Yemen.

The country’s Deputy Information Minister Abdulbasit Alkaedi said, “The Houthi Summer Centers are the most important nuclear bomb with which Iran [as a sponsor of Houthis] needs no other nuclear weapon.”

Summer Centers in Yemen historically offered enrichment programs for students in the summer vacation, but the Shiit Houthi terrorist organization have turned them to radicalization programs since they seized northwest Yemen and key population centers some years ago. The terror organization’s “Deputy Foreign Minister” in Sana’a Hussein al-Ezzi  announced, in a tweet, this week that the centers would “receive 400 thousand students this year.” 

“Everyone may get over this war and the impact it left, except this force-fed extremism and violence,” the government’s Deputy Information Minister said. “It is a case of booby-trapping children.”  

Several Yemeni government officials have recently sounded the alarm over the increasing death toll among minor fighters in the frontlines and the Houthi announced plan to draw hundreds of thousands more schoolchildren to the summer radicalization courses.

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