Shaheen is the Arabic name of the southern province of Yemen, in which the Houthi rebels control much of the country.

They have been fighting the government for years.

The Houthis, who control much and are supported by the United States, have used the word to describe what they want, which they describe as a shaheed, or people who are under the control of a shahid.

In the name of Allah, we swear by Allah, the most High, and the Most Gracious.

The name Shaheens are the sons of those who fought for the Prophet (peace be upon him) and the Messenger of Allah (peace and blessings be upon his family).

The term Shahees has been around since at least the early 1800s.

It is a term used by many Yemeni speakers to describe people they consider to be descendants of the Prophet, a claim the Houthis have denied.

It has also been used to refer to the Sunni sect of Islam.

But the Houths have also used the term to describe other groups.

They say it refers to Sunni Muslims, such as Ahle Sunnah wal Jamaat, or the Muslim Brotherhood.

In other words, the Houthes want to be referred to as shaheens, the way they are being referred to in the United Kingdom.

When a writer for the online magazine Al Jazeera interviewed a Yemeni teacher, she was asked what the word means.

“Shahid,” she replied, “in the Qur’an, shahids are the children of the prophet and the messenger.”