Military parade in Dhamar..Houthi message to the world of its readiness for war and its rejection of peaceEnglish - الثلاثاء 02 أغسطس 2022 الساعة 11:12 ص
The city of Dhamar, south of Sanaa, witnessed, on Monday, a military parade of a force affiliated with the terrorist Houthi militia, Iran’s arm in Yemen, which was called the “If you return, we will return” batch, at a time when the UN humanitarian truce pronounced its last hours, without any signs of extending it in light of the militias’ intransigence and insistence to fulfill its demands without fulfilling its obligations.
The military parade, which was attended by the head of the so-called political council of the militias, Mahdi al-Mashat, and a number of Houthi leaders, headed by Muhammad Ali al-Houthi, is a message to the world about the militias’ rejection of peace and their continued readiness to resume the war, especially since this offer came in conjunction with the militias sending reinforcements to their fronts. In Taiz and Al Dhalea
During the show, Al-Mashat sent messages, the most important of which is that they will continue the war and will do everything they can to continue building, training, modernizing and developing their militias, claiming that the enemy is feeling frustrated and is using propaganda, falsehood and misinformation as weapons.
Al-Mashat addressed the participants in the show by saying: "Walk, heroes, for the people of faith and wisdom are with you, the back and the bond, and with you are the missile force, the flight, and a wise leadership that is unmatched by leadership in the world," confirming that the war will resume.
The Houthi offer coincided with the visit of a delegation from the Sultanate of Oman to Sana'a in order to discuss the extension of the truce, which apparently will not be renewed in light of the militias' intransigence and refusal to implement their obligations, which the legitimate government insists on implementing before discussing any extension.
Houthi media reported that the head of the so-called Political Council of the militias, Mahdi al-Mashat, during his meeting in Sanaa with the delegation of the Sultanate of Oman, insisted on his group’s demands represented by the total and immediate opening of Sana’a International Airport and the port of Hodeidah, and the payment of employee salaries under his authority, claiming that “these demands do not It involves any incapacitation or calls for a concession from the other side, and the implementation of these steps will create an atmosphere supportive of peace and will contribute significantly to alleviating the suffering of citizens as a result of the aggression and siege,” he said.
Observers believe that the militias continue to escalate their demands after the concessions made by the legitimate government during the first truce with the aim of alleviating the suffering of the people, and that they are seeking to achieve new gains, most notably disbursing the salaries of employees in their areas of control after depleting the revenues of oil derivatives that entered the port of Hodeidah during the days of the truce.