Sana'a (Debriefer) The Yemeni capital Sana'a and other Houthi-held provinces suffer from bad livings and services, the group's leader said on Wednesday, shifting the full blame to the Saudi-led coalition for these situations.
At a virtual meeting with tribal and social leaders in Sana'a, Abdul Malik al-Houthi warned of a conspiracy to candle an uprising in Sana'a, amid a growing public resentment against his group over services and economic conditions.
There are agents across the country serving as propagandists to stir sedition in Sana'a, the Houthi leader added.
"If some want to make any problem or imperfection as a priority to incite or stir chaos, these are either alpenhorn for the aggression or fool lacking awareness as to priorities."
He called on his supporters to be highly aware and alert about the "enemies' conspiracies and vicious activities that target us."
The government and the Saudi-Emirati coalition are fully responsible for worsening the living and humanitarian situation in Yemen, al-Houthi said, accusing his rivals of using economic war to target all the Yemenis.
The enemies betted that by targeting the livings they could push our people to surrender, but they were shocked by our people's steadiness.
"Many conspiracies failed to target Sana'a's security," he argued, claiming that cells had been captured, but some arrests had not been publicized for security reasons.
While "the enemies persist their aggressive tendencies.., our people is highly aware and recognize the enemy from the friend," he said, calling for continual mobilization and recruitment.