Nightmare to die out
There is an incredible difference between those who build and destroy. Building means the reconstruction of the land and the continuation of life at a pace that gives hope and optimism and moves from stagnation and detachment to openness to life in all its aspects.
The Kingdom, under its leadership of the Arab Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Yemen, moves based on its concern for the security, stability and development of Yemen. The USD 200 million grant ordered by the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, to stabilize the Yemeni economy and ease the economic burdens on the Yemeni people, has come to continue the foregoing. The Kingdom's political and economic support for Yemen is aimed at bringing it back to its natural Arab incubator and thwarting the Iranian scheme through its Houthi agent to take away Yemen and its people into an endless abyss.
In contrast to the Saudi effort to restore Yemen's legitimacy and save Yemen from being taken away, Iran and its Houthi agent are wreaking havoc in the land, undermining the Yemeni people's interests and aspirations for a dignified life.
They even go further by murdering and displacing the Yemenis and demolishing their homes in desperate attempts to subjugate them. They adopt the method of iron and fire to smash the will of the Yemeni people, whose Arabism refuses to be submissive to a militia whose primary concern is to satisfy its masters in Tehran, regardless of the Yemeni people's interests and aspirations for a future that is better than the present, and in which they will be masters of themselves and play its roles as an independent Arab state with an Arab, regional and international weight.
Al-Houthi sold himself to Iran at the lowest prices, and wanted to present Yemen as a gift of loyalty - that he lacks - to his lords, without taking into accounting that there are brothers of Yemen who side with it, want it to be mere Arab, seek good for it. Protect it from evil and will not stop until after it gets rid of the Iranian-Houthi nightmare that weighs heavily on it.