'Israel,' followers see Yemeni people as common enemy: Ansar Allah Leader
The Ansar Allah movement leader, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, affirmed during his meeting with a delegation of tribes today that "our duty is to stand united.
The leader of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, announced today, Tuesday, that "the Americans and the Israelis are the real enemies of Muslims, and they seek to exploit problems within the nation to serve their goals."
During his meeting with a delegation from the tribes of Khub, Sha`af, Al-Yatama, Dahm from Al-Jawf, and a delegation from Al-Abdiyyah in Marib, Al-Houthi stressed that "we have to be keen to establish security and stability, and for understanding and brotherhood to prevail among the people of Al-Jawf [governorate]."
Al-Houthi added, "We call for general reconciliation in Al-Jawf, and for security, stability, and cooperation between the official side and the authorities to resolve problems."
He pointed out that "Israel and its loyalists consider the Yemeni people a common enemy," explaining that two days ago, the Israeli president visited the UAE through Saudi Arabia's airspace, while Yemeni people are prohibited from traveling even through its airspace.
Al-Houthi pointed out that "the enemy deliberately committed a massacre a few days ago in a prison in Saada, despite the knowledge of the United Nations and others about the location of the prison," stressing that "the siege of our people is a crime because it has caused great suffering, even though they search the ships [even] after obtaining licenses."
He also stressed that "our duty is to stand united and for everyone to strive not to make the country subject to the outside."
It is noteworthy that Al-Houthi stressed, in his recent statements, the legitimate right of Yemenis to defend themselves and to confront the Saudi coalition, its missiles, and its seven-year siege.
It should be noted that the Yemeni armed forces announced yesterday the implementation of a military operation called Yemen Hurricane III targeting the depth of the UAE, after the Yemen Hurricane II operation, and before it Yemen Hurricane I.