Exclusive: Israeli recklessness against Lebanon may usher all-out war
A member of the Ansar Allah political bureau confirmed to Al Mayadeen that there are contacts and coordination between "all the countries of the resistance axis, including the brothers in Palestine."
Member of the Ansar Allah movement's political bureau in Yemen, Mohammad Al-Bukhaiti, told Al Mayadeen today that "the American and Israeli aggression are betting on the Arab NATO," stressing that both of the aggressors "are aware that Sayyed Nasrallah's threats are real."
Regarding the question of the maritime borders, the Secretary-General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, announced yesterday, Wednesday, that "when things reach a dead-end, we will not only stand in the face of Karish... Mark these words: we will reach Karish, beyond Karish, and beyond, beyond Karish."
Al-Bukhaiti pointed out that "'Israel' and the US realize today, that any recklessness coming from their part, especially towards Lebanon, may lead to an all-out war in the region," stressing that "'Israel's' entry into a war with Lebanon will trigger a comprehensive war in the region that will not be in the interest of the occupation."
A member of the Ansar Allah political bureau confirmed to Al Mayadeen that there are contacts and coordination between "all the countries of the resistance axis, including the brothers in Palestine," explaining that there is "today complete coordination between all the forces of the resistance axis and progress towards the return of the relationship between Hamas and Syria, and this disturbs some parties."
Al-Bukhaiti considered that what concerns Sanaa "is to support all Palestinian resistance movements, including Hamas, without expecting anything in return," pointing out that "the need of the aggression countries for a truce is greater than Yemen's need for it."
He added that "the goal of the aggression countries from the armistice is to enter the phase of no peace and no war with Yemen," noting that "Yemen has the military capabilities to destroy the oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia and the UAE and disrupt their ports and airports."