A merchant was killed and two women were injured in Al-Bayda governorate in central Yemen by armed men from the Houthi militia.
Local sources and gods media Identical said members of the Houthi militia on Friday shot and killed a merchant in the town of Radaa, “Hajjaj al-Sibani”, after he refused to pay royalties under the name zakat without any official title.
Sources say Al-Dhubayani’s shooting coincided with the crowding of customers at his shop, which resulted in the wounding of two women.
The Houthi militia imposes large royalties on merchants in its control areas under several names, in addition to zakat, which has doubled by a large percentage.
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