Gaza stands in solidarity with Yemen
The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine stresses its support for the Yemeni people against the Saudi-led coalition massacres, and regrets that "Arab warplanes are targeting civilians in Yemen."
The Gaza Strip witnessed Saturday a mass rally in solidarity with Yemen against the Saudi-led coalition aggression.
Called for by the Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine, the rally demanded the end of the coalition aggression against the Yemeni people.
During the rally, Khaled Al-Batsh, an official in the movement called for stopping the absurd war on Yemen and stressed that there is no choice but to raise the voice in support of the innocent in Yemen and in refusal of their death.
Addressing the Yemeni people, Al-Batsh assured the support for Yemenis against the massacres "that Palestinians have always suffered from," regretting that "Arab warplanes are targeting civilians in Yemen, instead of targeting the Israeli occupation."
The PIJ official underlined that the Arab armies have failed Palestine and prioritized protecting leader thrones from the people's wrath, noting that the Arab leaders who established the coalition against Yemen should have stood neutral.
Palestinian solidarity with Yemen
For its part, the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) expressed its full solidarity with the families of the victims and with the Yemeni people, wishing them a speedy deliverance from suffering.
The Popular Front stressed that with its legendary steadfastness, Yemen will eventually defeat the aggression, insisting on the need for the Arab national liberation movement forces and the people of the nation to move urgently to curb and stop the aggression against Yemen.
In an interview with Al Mayadeen, Mahmoud Al-Zahar, a Hamas official in Gaza, confirmed that the Gulf countries will pay the price for normalization, as well as their policy in Yemen.