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Houthi tribe
This article is about the tribe in northern Yemen. For religious-political-armed movement, see Houthi movement.
Not to be confused with Hutu.
The Houthi tribe (Arabic: قبيلة الحوثي‎‎; literally "the tribe from Huth") is a Hamdanid Arab tribe that lives in northern Yemen. The tribe is a branch from Banu Hamdan tribe.[1][2] They are primarily located in Amran and Sa'dah.[3]
References
  1. ^ Al-Tamimi, Abdulkareem. AlAnsab. Maktabat ibn taymiyyah' , Cairo. p. 266.
  2. ^ Alaklel al-Hamdani, Abu Muhammad al-Hasan. Alaklel al-Hamdani. Archived from the original on 2019-01-20. Retrieved 2018-07-25.
  3. ^ Mackintosh-Smith, Tim. Yemen: The Unknown Arabia.
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