Yemeni tribes mobilizing 5k fighters to defend Palestine
The head of the Tribal Cohesion Council in Yemen warns against blocking the way of Yemeni tribes willing to support Palestine.
The head of the Tribal Cohesion Council in Yemen, Daifallah Rassam, affirmed the solidarity of the Yemeni tribes with the Palestinian Resistance in confronting and taking revenge on the Israeli occupation, stressing that the Palestinian cause is Yemen's primary and central cause.
During a tribal meeting to honor the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) movement in Sanaa, Rassam called on the political leadership to open the door for resistance and launch camps to recruit and train Yemeni tribes on confrontations.
Rassam confirmed that 92 Yemeni tribes announced their contribution with 5,000 fighting men, calling on the Axis of Resistance, individuals, tribes, regimes, and countries to be ready.
He warned against blocking the way of the Yemeni tribes, pointing out that whoever stands in their way will be considered similar to an Israeli and will be an enemy of the Yemeni tribes.
During the meeting, PIJ representative Ahmad Barakah said Yemeni tribes are at the forefront of supporting all the just causes of the nation, foremost of which is the Palestinian cause.
Barakah pointed out that if it weren't for the support of the regimes that betrayed their Arabism, the Israeli occupation would not have been able to remain in Palestine.
A few days ago, the head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, affirmed the support of Yemen, its leadership, government, and people for all the options taken by the leadership of the Palestinian Resistance to deter the Israeli occupation.
Al-Mashat called on Arab and Islamic countries to take stances in support of the Palestinian people and their Resistance and support them financially and militarily, in addition to boycotting US and Israeli products.
On May 9, Ansar Allah Spokesperson Mohammad Abdulsalam underlined that the movement had faith in the Palestinian Resistance and its capabilities to respond to the Israeli aggression, stressing that it had the right to maximum retaliation "so that the enemy realizes that they will pay."
Abdulsalam stressed that the people of the region were obliged to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people and their valiant resistance.
For the fifth day in a row, the Israeli occupation continues its heinous aggression against Gaza, targeting residential houses in the north, center, and south of the Strip.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, the number of Palestinians killed in the aggression rose to 33 martyrs, including six children and three women, and 147 people were wounded.
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