Exclusive: Yemeni people being deliberately starved - Al-Houthi
Yemeni Supreme Political Council member Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi tells Al Mayadeen about the humanitarian issues in Yemen, which the United Nations are covering up.
The humanitarian situation in Yemen is a scandal for the United Nations, the Security Council, and all the countries proclaiming democracy, Yemeni Supreme Political Council member Mohammed Ali al-Houthi told Al Mayadeen on Monday.
The Yemeni people are being deliberately starved, al-Houthi underscored, "And the United Nations is covering it up [...] we will not stand idle."
"We are capable of bringing ships to the al-Hudaydah port, but these matters await directions from [our] leadership," the top Yemeni official clarified.
Al-Houthi did not rule out that Dubai or Abu Dhabi could be in the crosshairs of Ansar Allah's potential future targets.
"We leave these matters for our brothers on the frontline," he underlined, highlighting that Sanaa had the ability to strike "very sensitive" targets, "And estimations are up to the leader of the revolution, the head of the Supreme Political Council, and the ministry of defense," he said
"[Reaching] an understanding is related to [the Saudi-led coalition] stopping its aggression and lifting the blockade," he stressed, urging the Israeli occupation to stray away from any acts that could harm the Yemeni people, "Or else very sensitive targets will be struck."
Al-Houthi also reiterated that the United States was behind the aggression on Yemen, saying that any action only comes under its direction. "Aircraft cannot take off from Saudi to bomb Yemen unless the United States sends them coordinates."
He talked briefly about the resistance in Lebanon, saying it was "brave, and it is taking action to defend the sovereignty of Lebanon and the causes of the Arab World."
Al-Houthi also touched on the latest mass execution in Saudi Arabia, which saw Riyadh murdering 81 nationals and residents over alleged "terrorism", the Yemeni official said what took place was a reflection of the Saudi regime's arrogance, terrorism, and criminality."
"We advise the Saudi regime to stop shedding the blood of the Yemeni people and the people of Saudi Arabia," he concluded on the topic.
He also condemned any attempt at normalizing relations with the Israeli occupation, "Whether in Turkey, the [United Arab] Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, or any other Arab state."
Regarding the tensions between NATO and Russia, Al-Houthi said the manner in which the West was dealing with Ukraine was not out of love for [Kiev], but rather a hatred for Russia, because it is an archenemy, and they fear it."