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Chaos of Houthis and Muslim Brotherhood… Terrifying diseases and epidemics ravage Yemen

The catastrophic war waged by the Houthi terrorist militias, in collaboration and coordination with the Muslim Brotherhood, has led to a frightening spread of diseases and epidemics. A recent report by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) revealed a significant increase in cases of acute watery diarrhea – cholera in various regions.

According to a statement from the organization reported by Al-Mashhad Al-Arabi, the number of disease cases exceeds 63,000 in most governorates since the beginning of the year, particularly over the past five months.

MSF added that there has been a sharp rise in cases of acute watery diarrhea, with more than 63,000 cases reported between January 1 and May 31, based on statistics from health authorities.

The organization stated that the spread of acute watery diarrhea (AWD) almost covers the entire country, with cases reported in 20 out of 22 governorates, and these cases are suspected to be cholera.

MSF highlighted that more than 2,700 of the laboratory-tested cases are confirmed cholera, despite the limited testing capacity in the country.

The report also indicated that the lack of funding for the epidemic response puts tens of thousands at imminent risk of death.

According to the organization, many international organizations have limited resources, rendering their response inadequate and limiting their ability to treat patients suffering from acute watery diarrhea and cholera, which can kill within hours if left untreated.

This epidemic situation represents a horrifying cost borne by the population due to the Houthi war and the conspiracies of the Muslim Brotherhood, practiced by these factions since the beginning of the war.

The Muslim Brotherhood and Houthi militias have focused on corrupting everyday life and service sectors, notably the health sector. They have monopolized health institutions and drug markets, introduced treatments unfit for human use, imposed significant levies on the private medical sector, arrested workers of international organizations, and restricted healthcare professionals, pushing them to emigrate out of the country.

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