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The New Internet Company in Adan Increases Al-Houthis Concerns

[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Al-Arabia Al-Yemenia – Sanaa – Follow-ups [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] Continuous attitudes and statements of Al-Houthis concerning the new internet company in the liberated territories reflect their concern about this governmental step that will deny the coup forces access and control over Yemeni data. The most recent attitude appeared on SABA News, related to Al-Houthis, indicating that prime minister of the militias’ government, Abd Al-Aziz Ben Habtour, met on Saturday with minister of telecommunication and IT, Musfer Al-Numair, to discuss what was described by the agency as “measures against the sabotaging project of Huawei Company in Adan”. the agency indicated that the meeting discussed measures to “stop the conspiracy aiming to disable Yemeni telecommunication sector, its services and activities in the norther and western governorates”. Al-Houthis’ minister of telecommunication described the launch of a new internet company as a sabotaging act that will harm national economy. He added that the ministry is working of facilitating internet services and other telecommunication services for all. Minister of telecommunication in the legitimacy government, Lotfy Sherif, announced the launch of a new internet company named “Adan Net” in a governmental step towards breaking Al-Houthis’ domination over the only service provider. “Yemen Net”. The new company is expected to start this month. It is noteworthy that Al-Houthis dominate internet through “Yemen Net” company in Sanaa as the sole service provider in Yemen. Al-Houthis use this company as a political tool for blocking opposition websites in addition to gaining massive profits of the telecommunication and internet sector. Al-Houthis use these profits for financing war against Yemeni people under the notion of “Military Efforts”.

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