Houthis, Jawf tribes sign paper disavowing traitors

2020-07-28 | Since 5 Day

Chief of Houthi military intelligence at a meeting with Dahm Al-Hamra'a tribes in Jawf

JAWF (Debriefer)--Chief of the Houthi military intelligence Abdullah Al-Hakim and the Dahm Al-Hamra'a tribes in Yemen's Jawf province on the border with Saudi Arabia on Tuesday signed a paper disavowing traitors.
The coalition forces are preparing cells in areas controlled by the Houthi Group to incite riot in the name of the tribes, he said at a meeting with the tribes, according to the Houthi-run Almasirah TV.
Troublemakers will regret very much, he vowed.
Like other Yemeni tribes, the Dahm Al-Hamra'a tribes are divided between the Houthis and the internationally recognised government.
The Houthi Group usually deepens ties with tribes in regions under its control through signing codes of conduct to guarantee allegiance of these tribes as a Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen is using tribes in its fight against the group.
In April, the group said it had taken over 95% of Jawf province after battles with the Saudi-backed government forces.

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