DOI:​10.1080/10576100903262716
Corpus ID: 110465618
The al Houthi Insurgency in the North of Yemen: An Analysis of the Shabab al Moumineen
J. Freeman
Published 2009
Engineering

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
The Yemeni government has fought an insurgency in the north of Yemen against a group called the Shabab al Moumineen, (Believing Youth) since 2004. The insurgency is portrayed by the Yemeni government… Expand
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