Yemeni security sources confirmed the arrest of the Houthi leader, Hassan Ali Yahya Al-Emad, during his return from Iran disguised as the land port in the Shahn area of Al-Mahra Governorate. Sectarianism, as it is one of the most prominent references to Iranian sectarian thought, and one of the most dangerous ideological Houthi leaders. He is married to an Iranian woman and owns a house in Tehran.
The general’s relationship with Iran began when he was young, when he moved with his brothers to the city of Qom in the nineties of the last century as part of a scholarship project, where his father was residing in the city of Qom.
He received his religious education in the seminaries of Qom, where he and his brothers were rehabilitated, to spread Shiism on the Iranian way in Yemen.
The importance of the role played by the general, through his tireless work in Iran to collect donations for the Houthi militia, and to promote the militia’s projects in the Iranian media to gain more support.
Al-Imad also established an association in Tehran aimed at collecting donations for the Houthi militia, financing the war effort, and opening bank accounts.
The role of the General in collecting donations emerged during the battles of Saada.
He was the founder of an association in Tehran to attract support, and in return he founded associations and organizations in Yemen, the aim of which is to spread the Shiite doctrine and support the militia’s war effort.