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Houthi leader speech creates differences among coup leaders in Sanaa

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A lawsuit filed before the Attorney General against the speech delivered by Houthi leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi has said that there is growing anger against Houthi militias.

The case, which has been filed by the leader of Yemeni General People’s Congress Party and member of its Standing Committee, Dr. Adel al-Shuja, stating that party - led by ousted Ali Abdullah Saleh - has a lot of resentment against the militias.

Dr. al-Shuja said “The speech of the leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi is of racial discrimination, igniting flames of hatred, racial hatred and sectarian discrimination.”

He pointed out that the speech delivered by Abdul Malik al-Houthi last Friday was to deepen the spirit of hatred and a flagrant violation of the rights of the Yemeni people, asserting that al-Houthi gave direct instructions to use violence against young people who do not join his group, and clearly called for killing his opponents.

Dr. Al-Shuja further said, “Ignoring or turning a blind eye to this speech means shedding the blood of groups of the people incited against them by Abdul-Malik al-Houthi and will lead us to more massacres than the massacres of Nazism.”

He also explained that this speech allows shedding the blood of all Yemenis and calls for the continuation of the war without caring for people's lives or for choosing their future.

News has indicated that the conflict between deposed Saleh and the leaders of the Houthi group in Sanaa has recently increased in a way out of control.