The Houthi militia have recently instigated a coercing intellectual awareness campaign to recruit high profile civil servants to join the warring militants backed by Iran, well-informed sources in Sana’a revealed to Al Arabiya.
Applicants who are enrolled in the covert “brain washing” program, according to the sources, are stripped from their mobile phones while held in solitary confinement for the entire duration of the course - which ranges from one week to a month.
The venues of the programs vary according to duration, the sources said, adding that courses range from two weeks and over, are being held in unknown locations in Sa’ada province, the militias’ stronghold, while others are organized in undisclosed sites in Sana’a and the capital’s suburbs.
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