On February 15, 2015, Noah Browning quoted Rabbi Yahya Youssef at Jewish Reuters Canada saying that leaders of Yemeni Jews in Israel have urged Yemeni Jewish community (300 within 19 million Yemen’s Shi’ite-Sunni population) to migrate to Israel but they’re afraid to lose their faith in Israel.
“In Israel, the girls rebel against their fathers, and we fear for our daughters. I could not accept that my daughter might come to me one day and tell me that she was married to her boyfriend,” Rabbi Yahya said.
“This is not permissible in our religion,” Yahya emphasized.
The local Houthi official now responsible for the surrounding neighborhood visited Rabbi Yahya on February 14 to offer reassurances, according to a Reuters correspondent who was present.
“Our problem is with Israel which is occupying an Arab land – and not with Jews. Jews are safe and no harm will come to them,” Abu al-Fadl told Rabbi Yahya.
During 1951-52. Cuban Jewish businessman Narciso V. Roselló Otero charted planes to airlift Jews from Yemen and other Middle East countries.
In 2009, Wall Street Journal reported that 60 Yemenite Jews dressed in Turban and Burka, traveled to nation’s capital Sana’a – and from there, the US State Department officials put them on a plane destined for America.
Before the creation of the state of Israel by European powers in 1948 to solve centuries-old ‘Jewish Problem’, Yemen was home to nearly 40,000 Jews. Most of them immigrated to the newly created Zionist entity between 1948-54 as result of terrorist activities carried out by Zionist agents. However, very soon most of them found out the evil nature of the Zionist Jews when thousands of Yemenite babies were stolen and sold for adoption around the world for $5,000 each.
The issue of the missing Yemenite and other Jewish kids is well-known in the Zionist entity, but thanks to the Jewish-controlled media it is virtually unknown abroad. In the years 1948-1954 thousands of Jewish children were taken, sometimes forcibly, from their biological parents while in hospitals or child-care homes.
These children were taken to institutes and kibbutzim, and many were given out to adoption. The adopting parents not only changed the childrens names, but also their I.D. numbers, so they would not be able to be traced. These activities were carried out by doctors, nurses, social workers and other members of the Israeli establishment at that time.
Their parents however were told that the children had died. In most cases, when the parents asked about the cause of death or requested a death certificate, or other documentation confirming the death of their children, they were ignored and their requests went unanswered. They never saw a body. In most cases, not even a burial spot. In a few cases, however, graves were shown to the families. Some of those graves, later on, were dug up by parents who did not believe that their beloved, healthy child truly died overnight. The graves were found empty.
Yemen’s Jewish community is considered to be oldest conservative community in the region. Chiefs of Bani Nahd and Bani ‘Alim accepted Islam during the Prophet Muhammad’s (pbuh) lifetime.