Yemeni Shiites, Sunnis Mediate Peace Deal

Yemen Post
July 1, 2012

A tribal mediation could put an end to the sporadic deadly battles between the Shiite Houthi Group and the Salafis, part of the Sunni Muslims, in north Yemen, which erupted coinciding with a UN-sponsored power-transfer deal in December. Local sources said agreement called for a cease fire, removal of all war positions, mutual respect of each other’s religious beliefs, and equal citizenship rights.

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