Yemeni YouTuber Mustafa Al-Moumri crowds thousands to attend his wedding in...

Yemeni YouTuber Mustafa Al-Moumri crowds thousands to attend his wedding in...
Yemeni YouTuber Mustafa Al-Moumri crowds thousands to attend his wedding in...
Thousands gathered, on Friday, in the seventy district of the Yemeni capital SanaaTo celebrate the wedding of a Yemeni young man, in a rare scene, for the Houthi militia controlling Sanaa to intervene, taking the groom and canceling the wedding ceremony.

The pioneers of social media platforms in Yemen widely circulated photos and video clips, under the hashtag they called (# Wedding_Mustafa_Momari), which showed the size of the participants in the wedding of the young Mustafa Al-Moumri, who is a Yemeni YouTuber who owns his own YouTube channel, which includes more than 800 thousand subscribers .

YouTuber Mustafa was able to gather this huge number of citizens through an invitation he launched a few days ago on his YouTube channel, inviting his followers to share his joy on his wedding day, and thousands gathered to meet that invitation.

Activist Muhammad Al-Jaradi published a video clip showing the participants in the Al-Mumari wedding, entitled: “The biggest wedding in history, today Mustafa Al-Moumri, Yemen.”

For his part, activist Mansour Mishaal said: “A snapshot of the wedding of one of the Yemeni YouTubers, Mustafa Al-Moumri, who moved to the seventy due to the crowds that occurred in the hall. Imagine all these people came to congratulate him on his wedding.”

The attendance in Al-Sabeen Square is comparable to the crowds gathered by the Houthi militia in its festivals and seasonal events, the last of which was a mass event organized by the Houthi in the same site, to celebrate the birth of the Prophet, which inconvenienced them, according to activists on social media, to detain the groom and disperse The wedding.

An account of Basem Radai Jawad said: “The situation today was embarrassing for the Houthi militia, after the Yemeni Youtuber Mustafa Al-Moumri was able to mobilize many times what the militias had mobilized, without any compensation, lieutenants or courses,” adding: “We may fear in the coming days, that these will be published. The crowds are by the militia media, and they say that they are followed by the crowds. ”

The groom, Mustafa Al-Moumri, went out to his guests through a video clip, through which he apologized to them for not being able to complete the wedding and cancel it, under the pretext of feeling tired and exhausted, in addition to the security precautions necessitating that, because the large numbers of attendees got out of control.

Tawfiq Al Afash said, “The Houthi forces must return to the prayer hall, and abolish the wedding ceremony in the seventy, so that people do not gather and turn into massive demonstrations that are difficult to control, which they (pronounced) from Sanaa.”

He added: “Al-Moumri’s intelligence in the audio message, and his repeated apology to show that they forced him to cancel the completion of the wedding in Al-Sabeen Square, which showed the Houthis’ fear of a mass gathering at a wedding.”

Journalist Kamel Al-Khoudani said: “He was not attending a wedding party, as much as it was a slap in the face of Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, and his message was that the crowds gathered by all means of intimidation, to show that their presence for the sake of your state, a citizen can rally many times. Congratulations to Al-Moumri, and thanks to the crowds who attended many times the number of Houthi crowds to step on his image in the same place where it was raised a few days ago.

An account of Basem Hakim said in a time of backwardness: “The Houthi militia, called the riot police in Sanaa, canceled the wedding and wedding of the activist Mustafa Al-Moumri, even in front of his home and in his alley. His Mumri people angered the Houthis.

In turn, activist Afnan Saleh said: “The first time in my life I see riot control being directed for a wedding. It is not surprising in the minds of a group that inhabits caves.”

Afnan added, in another tweet: “Love is from God, what is looting and thefts, oh Houthi … I do not want to hear Houthi say we have gathered the seventy, and these are my crowds. Any Yemeni can rally.”

Afnan said in another tweet, “The wedding of the Mumri,” Ansana , “embarrassed the Houthis, for how much they plundered and stole the prophetic celebration, and Mustafa collected them for the seventy by inviting one.”

Activist Shayef Abboud said: “Mustafa Al-Moumri’s wedding is a message from the Yemeni people to the world, expressing the extent to which they aspire to peace and live happily.”

For his part, Abdul-Jabbar Khaled published a video clip, he said: “From in front of the prison … crowds are demanding the release of the groom, Mustafa Al-Moumri, who was arrested by the Houthi terrorist militia.”

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