Third Session of Symposium Activities Continue

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The Restoring Hope, Development, and Stability in Yemen symposium organized by King Khalid University continued its activities on Tuesday the 18th of Jumada Al-Akhar in the Mahayel Asir Governorate with two presentations; Deputy Governor Ali Falki and the General Supervisor of the University Branch presided over the day's events.

Faculty of Shari'a and Fundamentals of Religion Professor, Dr. Mohammed bin Kirdam, discussed his paper, "Houthis: Historical Roots," which spoke about the emergence of the rebel group and its cancerous spread within Yemen and its malicious aims.

From the legitimacy perspective, Faculty of Sharia and the Fundamentals of Religion Assistant Professor, Dr. Mohammed Al-Rajhi, presented a paper entitled "Houthis, Illegitimate Roots" where he discussed their tendencies and views.

The symposium was attended by a number of residents from Mahayel, a number of faculty members, students, and members from the military and civilian sectors.