Yemeni worshippers forced to listen sectarian speeches of Houthis’ leader
5/5/2021 2:56:00 AM
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Alsahwa Net- The Iran-backed Houthi militias in Yemen have installed screens in mosques of Ibb and other provinces to broadcast sectarian speeches of their leaders and force worshippers to listen to them.
Houthi leaders in Ibb ordered imams of mosques to turn on the microphones to transmit speeches delivered daily by the militias’ leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi during Ramadan.
Local sources in Ibb governorate said that the Houthi militias attend mosques while chewing Qat, a semi-narcotic plant, in a behavior that violates sanctity of mosques and worshipping places.
Houthi militias last week stormed into mosques in Sana’a province, and prevented worshipers from performing prayers.
Yemeni activists posted videos in social media, showing the Houthis occupying mosques, and chewing Qat inside them.
Houthis previously imposed restrictions on mosques, and asked imams to sign pledges not to perform Taraweeh, performed after evening prayers during the holy month of Ramadan.