Yemen: Ansar Allah announces support of Palestinian resistance
The political bureau of the Ansar Allah movement in Yemen strongly condemns the Israeli aggression on Gaza and calls on the peoples of the Arab and Islamic nations to stand in solidarity with Palestine.
The Political Bureau of Ansar Allah strongly condemned the Israeli aggression against Gaza, as well as "the heinous crime of assassinating the senior commander in the Al-Quds Brigades, Taiseer Al-Jaabari."
The Political Bureau reaffirmed the right of the Palestinian people and the right of the Palestinian Resistance to respond to "the brutal Israeli aggression," calling on the peoples of the Arab and Islamic world to "bear responsibility and support Palestine, as a people and resistance, in the face of Israeli arrogance."
Yemen Islamic Scholars Association
In turn, the Yemeni Islamic Scholars Association affirmed, on Friday, that "the Zionist aggression against Gaza and its besieged people and its assassination of the men of jihad and resistance must mobilize the free people in Palestine and all Islamic countries."
The association further said, "We followed with great pain the recent Zionist aggression on Gaza, with a new brutality added to its series of brutal crimes against the Palestinian people."
The Association stressed that "the cowardly targeting and sinister assassination of Al-Jaabari would not have happened had it not been for the failure of the Arab and Islamic regimes to do their duty."
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Israeli aggression on Gaza
Earlier today, the spokesperson for the Israeli occupation forces also announced that "Tel Aviv" launched an operation by the name of "Sunrise" against the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) in the Gaza Strip.
"Israel's" decision to launch an operation on the Gaza Strip came after the Egyptians' efforts at mediating between "Tel Aviv" and Palestine failed, as well as the PIJ's "determination to launch an operation. But what will the response be now?"
Israeli media also reported that the Israeli occupation forces asked the Israeli settlers in Eshkol to remain near reinforced places and shelters in fear of a response from the PIJ.