Iran-backed Houthis block Sabaen Square in Sanaa, coinciding with the anniversary of the December 2 Revolution
The Houthi militia blocked on Thursday, Saba'en Square in the capital, Sana’a, coinciding with the anniversary of the December 2 Revolution led by the late leader Ali Abdullah Saleh and his companion, Aref Al-Zoka, Secretary-General of the General People’s Congress.
Local sources in Sana'a said that the square, which is closely related to the December 2 Revolution and the events that preceded it, was blocked by the militia, claiming that they were preparing for a mass wedding in it.
The same sources confirmed that due to concern about the anniversary of the second of December, the militia closed the famous square under the pretext of the mass wedding that they are holding for seven thousand people of their followers and supporters.
The Houthis deployed crews on some tours and reinforced security measures.