There is no future for the House of Saud in Yemen

With this interpretation, the religious, intellectual, and civil culture of Yemen must be found in the Zaidiyyah of Yemen. The government established by al-Hadi al-Haqq Yahya ibn al-Husayn lasted in Yemen for more than a thousand years, sometimes in all of Yemen and sometimes in Sana’a or any other part of Yemen. After the Ottomans invaded Yemen, the reunification of Yemen was owed to the Zaidis. Zaydism is not just a school of jurisprudence and religion. Zaidiism is the origin of Shiites in Yemen, and the history of Shiite culture in Yemen is longer than the history of Zaidi rule. Zaidi thought and culture, a school based on Shiite culture and rationalism, Mu’tazila and Shiite. Most of Yemen’s written culture after Islam is attributed to Zaydi scholars. Yemen cannot be known without this culture. Schools, educational institutions, educational traditions, written and oral literature, and the general culture of Yemen were influenced or influenced by Zaydism. The Shafi’is of Yemen were also under the influence of Zaydism. An important part of the Shafi’i culture in Yemen and its south were the Sadat scholars and elites associated with the Shi’a and Sufi culture. The Ismailis in Yemen are Shiites and know that they are part of the culture of this country.

Saudi Arabia and Wahhabism have long been opposed to this situation in Yemen in the short term to shape the political identity of the Saudi government, and at least from a cultural point of view, they cannot support Shiite and Mu’tazila culture. Yemen, which is fundamentally opposed to Wahhabism and Salafi and non-Mu’tazili thought. Of course, sometimes, in the mid-decades of the twentieth century, Saudi Arabia supported the Imamate government in Yemen for temporary political reasons, but it always made all its cultural and intellectual efforts to reject, suppress and put an end to the Zaidi. Shiites and acquaintances. . Think Tagli in Yemen In this current war against Yemen, we have seen how the culture and cultural heritage of Yemen, libraries and ancient works were unintentionally destroyed. Before this war, the Saudis tried to promote their rational Salafi thinking instead of Mu’tazili and Zaidi Shiite thinking through mobilization and investment in Yemen and the city of Saada. He published hundreds of books against Zaydism and founded schools to spread Salafism and Wahhabism in most of the Shiite regions of Yemen, and his missionaries spread sectarianism and the culture of religious, takfiri, and Shiite division in different ways in Yemen. was pumping.

Whether Saudi Arabia likes it or not, Yemen is known for its Zaydi culture and Mu’tazilite, Shia and Zaydi heritage. The thousand-year history and culture of this country cannot be ended or ignored by destruction and killing. Salafism has no way to the land of Itzalism and Shiism.


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