Sayyed Houthi: US Is Setting Stage for Anti-Hodeidah Offense


Sayyed Houthi

October 14, 2016

Yemen’s Ansarullah leader Sayyed Abdul Malik Al Houthi stressed on Thursday that bombing the Yemeni Navy vessels in a US crime that sets the stage for another offensive attack targeting al Hodeidah directorate.

In a statement marking the anniversary of the 14th of October Revolution, Sayyed Houthi said “The US is paving the way to an aggressive operation targeting Hodeidah, in order to inflict further harm and suffering of the Yemeni people.”

Ansarullah leader called on the Yemeni valiant army, courageous Popular Committees and the liberal heroes of the people to be highly vigilat and ready to defeat the invading aggressors and criminals, stressing the importance of building up all fighting fronts to force the aggressors to stop their aggression as a religious, national and humanitarian responsibility.

The Yemeni leader stressed that the people of Yemen must be dependent on God and shoulder the responsibility to defend themselves and their land, honor, freedom and independence.

“The people has the right to use all legitimate means in response to this brutal ans blatant aggression,” Sayyed Houthi said.

Marking the anniversary of the glorious revolution of the fourteenth of October against the British occupiers, Ansarullah chief pointed out that the anniversary comes while the people of Yemen is engaged in another historical epic in the face of the Saudi-US aggression that seeks to destroy and occupy the country and to enslave the people.

Source: Al-Manar Website


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