Houthi's Leader Calls his Followers for the Day of Rage in Sa'ada
By Fatik Al-Rodaini
Sana'a- Feb 20, 2011, A spokesman for the Houthi information bureau, Dhaifullah Al-Shami said that the head of Houthi group, Abdul Malik Al-Houthi called on Saturday for the Day of Rage to be held in Sa'ada's districts.
The protest according to the Houthi information bureau will demand the ouster of President Saleh inspired by the revolts in Tunisia and Egypt.
Houthi information bureau, Dhaifullah Al-Shami
On August 26, 2010, the Yemeni government and the Houthis signed an agreement in Doha to cement a fragile ceasefire in northern Yemen that ended sporadic battles since 2004. The agreement set a timetable for implementing previous truce deals, including the 2008 Doha peace agreement and the February 11, 2010 ceasefire deal.
Qatar started its mediation between the government and the Houthi Group few years ago, brokering a short-lived deal between the two sides in 2007.
The short-lived deal was breached by volatile confrontations until a sixth war erupted in mid-2009.