Palestinian factions condemn Saudi massacres in Yemen
Palestinian factions express their solidarity and support for Yemen and the Yemeni people against the Saudi-led coalition aggression.
The Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine affirmed Friday that the deliberate targeting of Yemenis by US aircraft is evidence of the failure of the Saudi-led coalition aggression and its defeat on the battlefields.
In a statement, the movement condemned the massacres committed by the Saudi-led coalition, stressing that the deliberate targeting of civilians is "a desperate and cheap" attempt to break the will of Yemenis who refused the dictates of regimes that linked their fate to US-Israeli policies in the region and abandoned the Palestinian cause and Al-Quds.
The movement affirmed its support and solidarity with the Yemeni people against aggression, expressing its confidence that they will triumph over the aggression.
PFLP: Yemen will defeat aggression
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, stressing 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.
"Gulf countries will pay the price"
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.
Earlier, the PFLP-GC issued a statement against the aggression of the Saudi-led coalition on Yemen.
The Palestinian movement's statement said the massacres committed by the Zionist-affiliated enemy coalition under US cover against the people of Yemen will turn into a stab in the hearts of the leaders of normalization.
Increasing death toll
It is noteworthy that Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported today, Friday, that more than 65 martyrs and 120 wounded fell as a result of Saud-led coalition airstrikes on the central prison in Saada, with the death toll still increasing.
In addition, the coalition's air force targeted Thursday the telecommunication tower in the city of Al-Hudaydah, our correspondent mentioned, which resulted in six martyrs, including three children, and 18 wounded, most of whom were children.
The internet was cut off in all parts of Yemen following the attack.