Ministry of Islamic Affairs Holds a Seminar on "Houthi Summer Camps and Their Danger to Yemeni Generations"

Ministry of Islamic Affairs Holds a Seminar on "Houthi Summer Camps and Their Danger to Yemeni Generations"
The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance, represented by the Program of Communication with Yemeni Scholars, organized a symposium

The Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Call and Guidance, represented by the Program of Communication with Yemeni Scholars, organized a symposium entitled "Houthi Summer Camps and their Danger to the Present and Future of Generations", as part of the program’s awareness activities implemented to warn of the danger of Houthi terrorist intrusive ideologies on Yemeni society and to immunize the Yemeni people and raise the public’s awareness on the importance of confronting and rejecting these ideas in all possible ways.

In the discussion papers, the scholars talked about the importance of integrating the roles between the state and the various components of society in confronting the Houthi threat that underlines the present and future of Yemen by implanting extremist ideas in the minds of generations.
Deputy Chairman of Yemen Scholars Commission Sheikh Ahmed Al-Muallem said "The Houthi summer camps are not educational centers, but rather camps to mobilize and charge students with toxic ideas that threaten society," stressing the need to integrate efforts between the state, scholars, and all community entities to confront the Houthi project that aims to destroy the Yemeni society.
On the future danger of the Houthi summer camps, Dr. Kamal Al-Qatwi, a member of the Communication with Yemeni Scholars Program, said that the Houthi strategy is active in weakening religiosity as a historical sectarian strategy, noting that the Houthi summer camps aim to build a violent generation through centers that are meant for mobilization that create a savage, infidel generation to shed blood. He added that this Iranian project is distort the Islamic faith and history and that these generations pose a danger to the entire region.
For his part, Sheikh Dr. Abdullah bin Ghaleb Al-Himyari, a member of the Program for Communication with Yemeni Scholars, called for the necessity of engaging in a comprehensive collective confrontation against the Houthi project, pointing out that the Houthi ideology has no acceptance in Yemeni society were it not for the brute force with which it shields against people. Citing the catastrophic effects of the Iranian project in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen, Al-Hamiari called on scholars and preachers to return to Yemen to engage in advocacy and intellectual confrontation against the destructive Houthi project.
The symposium was attended by a group of scholars, preachers, and media professionals, who stressed in their deliberations and discussions the need to confront the threat of Houthi summer camps in all possible ways and through collective creative intellectual efforts by the state and all advocacy and societal entities to neutralize the destructive dangers posed by the extremist terrorist Houthi ideology.
The symposium is part of the ministry’s efforts represented by the Program of Communication with Yemeni Scholars to raise awareness of the dangers of the Houthis and their Iranian terrorist ideology and to strengthen steadfastness and national alignment to liberate all Yemeni regions from the Iranian-backed Houthi militia.

Deputy Chairman of Yemen Scholars Commission Sheikh Ahmed Al-Muallem said "The Houthi summer camps are not educational centers, but rather camps to mobilize and charge students with toxic ideas that threaten society," stressing the need to integrate efforts between the state, scholars, and all community entities to confront the Houthi project that aims to destroy the Yemeni society.

On the future danger of the Houthi summer camps, Dr. Kamal Al-Qatwi, a member of the Communication with Yemeni Scholars Program, said that the Houthi strategy is active in weakening religiosity as a historical sectarian strategy, noting that the Houthi summer camps aim to build a violent generation through centers that are meant for mobilization that create a savage, infidel generation to shed blood. He added that this Iranian project is distort the Islamic faith and history and that these generations pose a danger to the entire region.

For his part, Sheikh Dr. Abdullah bin Ghaleb Al-Himyari, a member of the Program for Communication with Yemeni Scholars, called for the necessity of engaging in a comprehensive collective confrontation against the Houthi project, pointing out that the Houthi ideology has no acceptance in Yemeni society were it not for the brute force with which it shields against people. Citing the catastrophic effects of the Iranian project in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen, Al-Hamiari called on scholars and preachers to return to Yemen to engage in advocacy and intellectual confrontation against the destructive Houthi project.

The symposium was attended by a group of scholars, preachers, and media professionals, who stressed in their deliberations and discussions the need to confront the threat of Houthi summer camps in all possible ways and through collective creative intellectual efforts by the state and all advocacy and societal entities to neutralize the destructive dangers posed by the extremist terrorist Houthi ideology.

The symposium is part of the ministry’s efforts represented by the Program of Communication with Yemeni Scholars to raise awareness of the dangers of the Houthis and their Iranian terrorist ideology and to strengthen steadfastness and national alignment to liberate all Yemeni regions from the Iranian-backed Houthi militia.

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