A man stands near a shattered window at the Abha airport in Saudi Arabia. Reuters
With every passing day it is increasingly clear that the Iran-backed Houthi militias are bent on scuttling the peace process in Yemen. The international community needs to address more assertively the deliberate and systematic violations of the Stockholm Agreement by the Houthis.
US President Donald Trump’s veto of a resolution from Congress and his assertion of support to the Arab Coalition in Yemen is a bold, timely and creditable move.
Repeated violations by the Iran-backed Houthi militias are threatening the overall political process in Yemen, but it is good that the Saudi-led Arab Coalition remains focused on spreading justice and upholding the legitimacy in Yemen.
The designation of the Iran-backed Houthi militia as a terrorist group by the Arab Parliament is an appropriate step and the United Nations should certainly not hesitate to take similar action. The endless atrocities and crimes against the Yemeni people being committed by the Houthi militias make them deserve the tag.
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