Iran-backed Houthis obligate citizens to pay sums of money to support their war effort
The Iran-backed terrorist Houthis imposed large sums of money on citizens in all residential neighborhoods and villages in their areas of control, under the name of "International Quds Day".
Private sources told Khabar Agency that the Houthis obligated the residents of the residential neighborhoods and villages in their areas of control to collect large sums of money to support their fighters on the battle fronts, before the blessed Eid Al-Fitr.
The Houthis asked the heads of the neighborhoods and villages to quickly collect the money and present them as a relief convoy to support their fighters on the various fronts, and that these convoys should bear the name "Al-Quds International Convoy". The sources said.
The Houthis exploits occasions and events to collect large sums of money, in addition to collecting food and in-kind, most of which goes to their supervisors and the families of their leaders, while a small part of it goes to their fighters on the front lines.