Amid Omani mediation efforts, Al-Houthi warns Saudi Arabia against following American dictates

Amid Omani mediation efforts, Al-Houthi warns Saudi Arabia against following American dictates

The leader of the Yemeni Revolution, Sayyid Abdul-Malik Badreddine Al-Houthi, warned Saudi Arabia not to continue to submit to American dictates, promising a firm stance against Saudi Arabia if it continues its hostile approach towards Yemen, and  if there are no positive developments and treatment of the unjust war and blockade  on Yemen .

In his speech delivered today on the anniversary of the martyrdom of Imam Zayd (peace be upon him), Sayyid Abdul-Malik al-Houthi said that “Saudi Arabia’s continuation of hostile and wrong policies and blatant interference in the affairs of our people will not bring them peace.”

“The Saudi still can not imagine that our country will remain destroyed and besieged, our people will starve and suffer , and he remains neutral by himself about the consequences of everything he has done and is doing.”

Sayyid Andul-Malik al-Houthi pointed out that “Saudi Arabia cannot distance itself from the consequences and obligations as a result of its unjust aggression against the Yemeni people for 8 years.”

Sayyid Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi said that “the siege continues, the devastation continues, and the effort to dismantle the country still goes on.”

He affirmed that “Yemenis cannot be silent about what is happening for a long time,” noting that that Sana’a has given way to Omani mediation to a sufficient extent.

Sayyid Abdul-Malik al-Houthi also issued a warning about the continued deprivation of the Yemeni people of their wealth and said: “I send a serious warning to them: we cannot and will not be silent about them continuing to deprive our people of their wealth and the occupation of our country and the state of aggression and siege.”

He continued saying: “the Saudi should not imagine that after its failure in the military war, it can move to plan B in the continuation of the siege, starvation and depriving the Yemeni people of their wealth.”

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi pointed out that “there are no impossible conditions on the part of Sana’a,” noting that “the path to peace is clear if the coalition wants peace.”

Regarding the presence of US forces, he condemned the US presence off Yemeni coast, Bab al-Mandab, which threatens a lifeline for world economy.

“Presence of US forces in coasts, territorial waters of Yemen is hostile act that will have catastrophic effects on the world.”

Imam Zayd Ibn Ali, the great-great-grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) through the line of Ali Ibn Abi Talib, Imam Husayn and Imam Ali Ibn Husayn, led a revolution against the Umayyad dynasty in the year 740 CE, in which he was martyred. The Zaydi Muslim community, which forms a majority of the population of northern Yemen, considers Zayd to have been the fifth Imam and the legitimate leader of the Islamic faithful.

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