Marches in Saada in commemoration of the Saudi-led war on Yemen
Mass rallies in Saada as the Saudi aggression on Yemen enters its eighth year.
Mass rallies took place on Saturday in Saada, Yemen, in the commemoration of the "National Day of Steadfastness" (the day the war on Yemen first began in 2015).
Marchers carried Yemeni flags, posters of Hussein Badreddin and his younger sibling, the leader of the Ansar Allah Abdel Malek Al-Houthi, while chanting for liberty and steadfastness against the aggressors.
Saada Governor Mohammad Jaber Awad said in a speech that the aggression on Yemen "was announced from the US, as for the other countries, they are merely gloves to execute the US scheme," and said that the mass rallies being held today in Yemen are a testament to the Yemeni leadership after seven years of aggression.
The governor also condemned the aggression's crimes after seven years of embargo, with Yemen's airspace, waterways and land routes being closed before patients, and the Yemeni infrastructure being constantly targeted.
Mass rallies in #Saada as the aggression of the #Saudi-led coalition on #Yemen enters its 8th year.#7YearsOfWarOnYemen#StandWithYemen https://t.co/35SPDuiBRc— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) March 26, 2022
The rallies' organizers also lauded the operations to break the siege imposed on Yemen, and called for more such operations. In a statement, they called on all free people to partake in the fight for victory, and said that the coalition must end the siege and its occupation if it wishes to escape its difficult situation.
As for the aggression, the statement described it as a US aggression being implemented by Saudi Arabia and other "sellouts", and promised to liberate the entirety of Yemeni soil.