Massive rallies have been held all over Yemen, condemning the aggression and blockade imposed by the US-backed Saudi-led aggression against the country.
On Friday, hundreds of thousands of Yemenis from all over the country flocked to the Bab al-Yaman Square in the Yemeni capital of Sana’a, in which they took part in the protest titled “The Siege by the US Aggression Coalition Kills Yemeni People”.
Participants in the protests raised banners condemning the silence of the world in the face of war crimes against the Yemeni people.
They also called on the world to go out in in solidarity stand and protests to demand an end to the aggression, the lifting of the blockade and the release of detained oil derivative ships.
They deplored the shameful international silence towards the war crimes against the Yemeni people.
Protesters held the United Nations and the UN Security Council responsible for the crimes and violations committed by the United States and Saudi Arabia for the past six years.
They stressed that the violations of the aggression and their arbitrary practices of tightening the blockade and their continued detention of fuel vessels “will only increase the determination of the Yemeni people in confronting the aggression forces.”
During the protest in the capital, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, member of the Supreme Political Council, confirmed that “the Yemeni people stand today in various arenas to confirm their loyalty to their country, to their cause and to the blood of their martyrs.”
“We are going on to defend our country and our dignity. Those who attack our country are foreign forces, and local mercenaries that don’t represent our people,” he said.
Mohammed Ali al-Houthi confirmed that the honourable sons of Ma’rib are sincere in their orientation and association with the Republic of Yemen Sana’a.
“Saudi Arabia should defend itself at its borders, not in Ma’rib. The Emiratis should go to the islands which they claim are occupied by Iran, and face them there if they are men,”he said.
“If Biden wants peace, he must withdraw his experts who are leading the battle in Ma’rib, and the British must stop arming the aircraft targeting our children in Ma’rib and on various fronts.”
He pointed out that Ma’rib was never a quiet front, and that the UN Security Council has been silent since the beginning of the aggression, only speaking up now that the defenders of Yemen are winning.
Al-Houthi also condemned the continued crimes of the enemy against the Palestinians, and denounced the invaders for causing starvation and an ongoing fuel crisis in Yemen.