Houthis continue blowing up mosques in Yemeni governorates
9/23/2018 6:57:00 PM
الصحوة نت - خاص
Alsahwa Net- Houthi militias in Hajjah governorate on Saturday blew up a three-floor mosque in Abas district of Hajjah governorate
On footsteps of ISIS, militias of the Houthis have blown up over 30 mosques and turned out 146 others to military barracks and depots for weaponry since they took over Yemen and until the early of 2006.
“The Houthis turned ground floors of mosques to heavy and medium weapon depots. They also turned courtyards of mosques to places for breaks and military training,” an official report issued by the communication program held between Yemeni religious scholars and the Saudi Ministry for Islamic Affairs
The report disclosed that there are Houthi-Iranian arrangements aiming to target mosques, pointing out that the Houthis brought in press photographers of Iranian TVs to cover the blowing up of Dar al-Hadeeth Center (An Islamic Teaching Center) in north of Saadah in 2014.
The report stressed that contents of mosques including microphones, carpets and others were looted by the Hothis, indicating that they also replaced imams and preachers of mosques with Houthi ones by force.