Saudi airspace open before Israelis but not Yemenis: Al-Houthi
Ansar Allah chief Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi underlines Sanaa's stance in support of the Palestinian cause and condemns "Israel" and the United States.
There are aggressive steps being taken against those who oppose the Israeli occupation and counter American hegemony and normalization, Ansar Allah leader Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi said on Monday.
"The Americans and the Israelis want to deviate the Ummah from the right path, and the Israeli-US views corrupt human society, especially the Islamic society," Al-Houthi added.
"The Americans and Israelis cannot accept our nation being independent and rejecting subordination," he said. "The enemies seek to deviate the Ummah so that it is loyal, obedient, and submissive to them [...] the Saudi airspace is open to the Israelis and closed to the Yemeni people."
The main goal of the enemies, he said, is normalization, which is an approach they are taking toward many Arab regimes. He also stressed the Sanaa government's stance in support of the Palestinian cause, calling on the Islamic and Arab countries to take an explicit stance against the Israeli occupation.
Regarding the recent Israeli offensives on Gaza, Al-Houthi said: "The recent Israeli escalation, which was confronted by Palestinian Islamic Jihad, is a message that reminds us that the enemy continues to commit its crimes."
"The Israeli tactic comprising of targeting a Palestinian faction while saying it is not targeting other factions is a means of trickery aimed at driving a wedge between the resistance factions," Sayyed Al-Houthi underlined.
The Israeli occupation's aggression on Gaza was conducted under the pretext of "Tel Aviv" targeting high-ranking officials in Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) while murdering dozens of innocent civilians, including children.
"The normalizing regime's enmity toward the freedom fighters in Palestine is flagrant, so much so that the Saudi regime imprisoned humanitarian workers," the Yemeni leader explained.
The leader of the Ansar Allah movement called on the Palestinian resistance factions "not to allow this Israeli tactic to succeed," while urging the Palestinian people "to remain in a state of constant readiness to confront the enemies at any moment during the temporary truce."
Al Mayadeen's source reported that there was a ceasefire agreement reached in the Gaza Strip on late Sunday. The sources noted that the agreement was reached with the Israeli occupation agreeing to the PIJ's demands in full.
The Israeli occupation began on August 5 with aggression on the Gaza Strip on Friday, and Al-Quds Brigades announced that Tayseer Al-Jaabari, a military commander in the northern Gaza Strip, had been martyred.
Consequently, Al-Quds Brigades launched an operation in response to the Israeli occupation's aggression on the Gaza Strip, by launching salvoes of rockets toward the occupied Palestinian territories.
Our correspondent reported that the death toll of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip has reached 41 martyrs so far, with 311 others wounded.