Minister of Education condemns the imposition of the Houthis chanting "Allegiance oath" on students in 8,000 schools in their areas of control

Minister of Education condemns the imposition of the Houthis chanting "Allegiance oath" on students in 8,000 schools in their areas of control


Yemeni Government Education Minister Abdullah Lamlas denounced the Houthis' imposition of the so-called " Allegiance oath " in the morning column on students in schools in the coup group's control areas.

In a statement carried by the Official News Agency of Yemen (Saba), The Minister stressed the need to reject these measures by Houthi militias and resist them by refusing to repeat it and to sing the national anthem in public.

The Minister of Education pointed out that the actions and implementation of this measure by the coup d'état militias in schools under their control indicate that they have put the republican regime behind them and have begun on the ground to establish the Imamat regime and the state of faqih in the Land of Yemen.

On Monday, The Yemeni Teachers' Union's media officer Yahya Al-Yana’ee revealed to Al-Masdar Online that the Houthi group was pressuring school administrators to impose a " Allegiance oath ", in the morning column, in 8,000 schools in the provinces under its control.

He added that the group is trying by this behavior to spread its experience in Sa'da governorate, to all areas under its control, where all Sa'da students in the morning queue since 2014 instead of the national anthem."

Al- Yana’ee revealed in his statement to "Al-Masdar Online" that the Houthi group made 234 amendments to the curriculum books for the basic and secondary stages " "Edition 2014", without referring to the curriculum committee that suspended its work, prevented it from holding its meetings, and replaced it with another committee formed by Yahya al-Houthi of academics loyal to his group.

Al- Yana’ee said that the so-called "educational section" in the Houthi group is the one that oversees the educational process, and that the amendments included Arabic language courses, Islamic education and history, which "reflects the reality of the Houthi orientation by attracting young people towards the group's ideas and general approach."


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