Houthis storm into three mosques in al-Hudeidah
1/18/2017 9:05:00 PM
Militias of the Houthis and ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh on Tuesday stormed into three mosques in al-Zaideyah district of al-Hudeidah governorate.
Local sources told Alsahwah Net that the Houthis ransacked the contents of these mosques, brunt their books and replaced them with Houthi books and booklets.
The Houthis threaten imams and preachers of the mosques that they would be detained if the Houthi books and booklets were touched. They also asked them to teach these books.
The Houthis replaced most of the mosques' imams and preachers of Sana'a and bring in Houthi imams and preachers in an attempt to impose their ideologies.
They also stormed into mosques, threaten those imams who do not follow their instructions and directions.
Thousands of Yemenis have been being held in Houthi custodies, including journalists, activists, politicians and other civilians who oppose their ideologies and visions.