A video circled on social media of a Houthi leader taking a tour with teenagers on the back of what looks like a military truck on Thursday.
The video was spread following a decision that was taken by Washington Post to allow the Houthi leader to write an oped, while the video shows him with reportedly teenager recruits.
After he was given the chance to write at the @Washingtonpost by @karenattiah , the Houthi leader got excited and recruited some more teenagers to fight beside him in Yemen. He appeared in a video taking a tour with his new fighters. pic.twitter.com/PpiJOPsBKi— عضوان الأحمري (@Adhwan) November 15, 2018
The video shows the Houthi leader "taking a tour with his new fighters."
Last week, the Washington Post’s Karen Attiah gave the Houthi leader a chance to write an oped for the American daily newspaper.
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