This image of a Yemeni Houthi, armed with a Zastava 7.62x39mm M92, what appears to be a Makarov, and a traditional Jambiya knife tucked into his belt has made numerous waves throughout Houthi social media over the previous several months. The rifle has a more or less standard Kalashnikov pattern sling, and as the stock unfolded.
The photograph itself of the man dressed in red has been circulated with a number of sayings attached to it as a sort of meme, some religious, but most appear to be Yemeni nationalist slogans. For example, in this iteration-
Translated from Arabic, this reads-
For every sick person, there is a cure
For every poor person, there is a God to make him rich
For every Saudi, there is a Yemeni to teach him how to behave
This version from a Twitter user–
Many of the photographs are being spread through the use of Instagram, with the different sayings attached to the pictures.
This one from Imgrum-
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