Member of the Supreme Political Council Mohammad Ali Al-Houthi on Friday called on Saudi-led coalition to stop the war on Yemen and lift blockade before the coming of what he called “a stage of pain.”
“The coalition should make peace through halting its military operations and lifting restrictions on the ports,” Mohammed al-Houthi said in a tweet, hinting at a “painful military escalation.”
“Yemen is a country, thanks to God, once again with capabilities in many fields,” al-Houthi added
He continued: “we advise the coalition, before entering the great stage of pain that the Leader of the Revolution spoke of, that peace considerations should prevail.”
“Stopping the aggression should be practical, and not a false peace that is only for media consumption to improve the eroded image of the aggression counties,” he stated.
“If there was another option, it would have succeeded,” al-Houthi said, referring to the failure of a military solution in Yemen.