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A prominent Houthi leader rebelled against the militias in Sana’a

A prominent leader in the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia rebelled against the militias in Sana’a governorate.

A document issued by the Houthi leader, Yahya Abdullah Al-Moaidi, who was appointed by the militias as the Director of Security in Sana’a, recently revealed instructions to suspend “Numan Al-Matari”, nicknamed “Abu Raddad Al-Jahili”, who impersonates the commander of the rescue forces in the governorate, from work, due to his rebellion in light of the great divisions between the Houthi factions.

The document said that the so-called “Abu Raddad Al-Jahili” moved dozens of crews and vehicles to Al-Jawf governorate without the knowledge of the Houthi militia.

The wings of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia are witnessing sharp cracks and disagreements, which have led to the deployment of forces in Sana’a for fear of the outbreak of large-scale armed confrontations.

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