Ali Al-Huraizi is the title of the most dangerous threat targeting the Presidential Council and the Arab CoalitionEnglish - الاثنين 01 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 05:49 م
The movements of the tribal sheikh loyal to Muscat, Ali Al-Huraizi, in Al-Mahra Governorate, eastern Yemen, are considered a title for the cooperation of the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran’s arm in Yemen, with the Muscat cell, which is represented by Brotherhood leaders loyal to legitimacy who were dismissed from their positions because of their corruption before they gathered in the Sultanate of Oman to conspire on the Arab coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the Presidential Leadership Council.
Those interested in Yemeni affairs believe that this cell's targeting of the council comes due to its lack of participation in the Presidency Council, as well as the expulsion of its members from all government departments and institutions as part of a plan to end the dominance of the Islah party over the legitimacy decision.
This cooperation appeared in the allegations made by Brotherhood leaders and promoted by the Houthis regarding foreign forces storming the house of Al-Huraizi, who is involved in smuggling drugs and weapons across the Omani border to Yemen.
Simultaneously, the Houthi leader, Muhammad al-Bakhiti, appointed governor of Dhamar, placed al-Hurayzi's photo as a cover for his official page on the social networking site Twitter.
Yemeni journalist Naif Hassan considered what Al-Bakhiti did to celebrate Al-Hurayzi, who proves his dependence on them day after day. Pointing out in a post on his Facebook account, that Ali Salem Al-Huraizi works within the "Muscat cell", which works in the service of the Houthi militia with Omani-Qatari planning and financial support.
He added, "This is a clear and unambiguous matter, and what is strange is the silence of the leadership of legitimacy on him, and on the local satellite channels that work within this project," noting that we disagree with the Arab coalition and the way it works, but he supported Yemen to confront the Houthi militia backed by Iran, Qatar and Oman.
He considered every call to expel the Arab coalition from Yemen only means enabling the Houthi militia to control the rest of the country, stressing that the "Muscat cell" is more dangerous to Yemen than the "Doha cell."
He said, "The relationship with the Arab coalition must be controlled, not to enter into a conflict with it. The priority today is to confront the Houthi militia, and whoever says otherwise is lying and does not want the interests of Yemen and the Yemenis."