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Sayyed Houthi: Saudi regime regards opponents of Israeli policies as enemy
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February 11 | Yamanyoon
The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says Saudi Arabia is in cahoots with Israel, and therefore considers anyone opposing the policies of the Tel Aviv regime as its own enemy.
Addressing his followers in a Friday afternoon speech in the northern city of Sa’ada and on the occasion of Martyrs’ Day, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi stated that the Al Saud regime turns hostile toward any nation that resists the hegemonic acts of US and Israeli authorities in the Middle East region.
Al Sayyed Houthi:Houthi also emphasized that Saudi Arabia and its advocates are trying to divest the Yemeni people of their freedom, national pride, motherland as well as their country’s geo-political weight.
“They want to transform us into people who have no will in any issue of their lives. No decision-making power. They want us to be puppets who obey what they want,” Houthi commented.
The Ansarullah leader also leveled strident criticism against those Yemenis who are collaborating with Saudi Arabia in its devastating bombardment against Yemen’s infrastructure, saying they are “puppets and slaves of the enemies.”
Houthi underlined that the Saudi military aggression will never succeed to deal a blow to the Yemenis’ steadfastness and resistance.
“Yemenis depend on their will and perseverance more than ever. Yemenis have proved to the whole world that they will never surrender to aggressors. We are targeted by enemies because we want to be free and independent. Yemenis will never accept humiliation and submission to invaders,” he said.
He said Yemenis are building capabilities in the fight against aggressors, expressing hope that Yemeni forces will unveil a domestically-developed unmanned aerial vehicle in the near future.
According to the United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick, the Yemeni conflict has claimed the lives of 10,000 people and left 40,000 others wounded.