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Two years after initiating its invasion of Ukraine, a Top Russian official is now openly characterizes the situation as a “war.” Initially branded as a “special military operation” aimed at Ukraine’s “demilitarization and denazification,” the Kremlin’s stance has shifted.

In a statement, Sanaa University (which is controlled and operated by the Houthis) said, “The board of the university condemns what academics and students of US and European universities are being subjected to suppression of freedom of expression.” They added, “We are serious about welcoming students that have been suspended from US universities for supporting Palestinians. We are fighting this battle with Palestine in every way we can.”

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 This statement also included an open invitation to the affected students, complete with an email address for those who wish to continue their studies in Yemen.

This educational offer is set against the backdrop of the Houthi’s disruptive actions on global shipping, aimed at showing solidarity with the Palestinians. These actions have prompted the US and the UK to re-list the Houthis as a terrorist group due to the economic repercussions felt worldwide.


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