The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) Abdulaziz Altwaijri said the rebellion of the Houthi coupist militia in Yemen receives foreign support to undermine Yemen's sovereignty, security, independence and social fabric.
In a seminar on Yemen in the Moroccan capital, Rabat, on Monday, Altweijri said there are foreign entities that control,finance, and arm the Houthi rebellion to use it as a tool for imposing their sectarian dominion over Yemen and, from Yemen, impose their influence on all of the region.
He cited the UN reports which indicate a rise in the number of children falling as victims to the rebel militia including three million children who have become out of school because.
He said that the Houthi violations have severely impacted the sectors of education and culture in Yemen.
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