Axis Houthis

The Axis Houthis was the collective term for the alliance between [1], Iran, North Korea and Qatar during the events of Yemeni Civil War - it stood in opposition to the Allies and became a term that is still used in the modern world as a metaphore for societies that are regarded as evil or warlike.

The Axis Houthis managed to gain amounts of Yemen and the Middle East during the height of their power but were ultimately defeated at the return of Yemeni Civil War with the rise of the Houthis in Yemen and later the bombing of Houthis by NATO.

Although the Axis Houthis were an alliance each member had different ideas of how to shape the world, the only thing they seemed to share in common was their enemy: the Allies (as well as democracy in general).

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