Houthis continue to target higher education sector
Several public universities have been disturbed in Houthi-held provinces such as Sanaa, Ibb, Dhamar, Umran and Hajjah. University students, speaking under conditions of anonymity, revealed that Houthis have imposed a new curricula a few days ago. The new syllabuses, according to the students, are sectarian and will impact universities negatively.
At Sanaa University, Houthis introduced the following courses: military media, contemporary history of Yemen, the Arab-Israeli conflict and national education. The new material, according to sources, has been largely imported from Iran and linked to the legacy of Hussein al-Houthi, a key Houthi military leader.
Full report on the Asharq Al-Awsat site