?Should we wait for our turn
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عارف ابو حاتم

Last Wednesday's share of the list of terrorism suspects, according to the US lists, was for two Yemeni figures,Al-Hassan Ali Abkar, leader of the resistance in Al-Jawf, and Abdullah Faisal Al-Ahdal, head of the Rohama Foundation in Hadramout. This is a clear targeting of the National Resistance and a covert threat to anyone who stood in the face of the US-Iranian project in Yemen that he will be prosecuted internationally, if he does not give up the resistance against the Houthi movement and does not let it kill, plunder, explode and cultivate sectarianism and divert the Yemenis from their culture and belief.
After the US Treasury distributed charges of terrorism for Abdul Wahab Al-Humeikani, Secretary-General of the SalafistRashad Party, and Nayef al-Qaisi, governor of Al-Baydha, and Al-Hassan Abkar, leader of the resistance in Al-Jawf…We have to wait for our turn as the American list still has a lot of blank cells that can accommodate everyone who stood in the face of the Houthi.
America clears Houthi’s accounts on his behalf.. Its support for him moved from secret to public. In the past, the United States provided former president Salehwith modern weapons in support of the Republican Guard and asked him to present a written pledge not to use them against the Houthis, according to a testimony from former US ambassador to Sana'a,Feirestein..dealing with Houthisas its original citizens.
During the preparation for the comprehensive National Dialogue Conference, Ambassador Gerald Feirestein threw the full weight of America into the Houthis until their balance swung. The armed militia had 37 seats in the dialogue conference, unlike its soft arms in the People’s Congress, Al-Haq and the Union of Popular Forces and civil society organizations while Salafis, who are two million and exist in everyYemeni directorate, were granted only 7 seats following their meeting with the US Ambassador.
Then the American pressure came to change the humiliating defeat of Houthi in the conflict in Damaj into a great victory. Their Salafist opponents were threatened with international air strikes if they did not withdraw and leave their houses, farms and properties for the Houthi militias…and that what happened.
And the support continued secretly and publicly until they were able to invade all Yemen and dissolve the Parliament and the government, but all the Western embassies and organizations did not demonstrate any move.
And then America disrupted six UN resolutions against the Houthis, including two under Chapter VII... Kerry crowned the US support for the Houthis and brought it to public when he provided a road map to resolve the crisis in Yemen that demands, in brief, that the legitimate leadership gives upthe power and the militias receive it, according to the fourth item.. The Obama administration continued pressure to complete the success of the coup project in Yemen, as if it wants to add something to the annex related to the Iranian nuclear agreement with the West, under which America undertakes to sponsor Iran's interests in the region.

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