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Publish Date : Saturday 2 July 2016 - 11:11
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Yemen’s Ansarullah Vows to Back Palestinian Resistance
Yemen’s Ansarullah Vows to Back Palestinian Resistance
 
 
Islam Times - The Ansarullah revolutionary movement has stressed that the Yemeni nation’s support for Palestine is 'solid and unwavering'.
 
Speaking on the eve of International Al-Quds Day, Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi the leader of Ansarullah revolutionary movement said that the Yemenis unreservedly support their Palestinian brethren.
 
He further praised the courageous stands of Palestinian resistance movements. “The Zionist regime is the common enemy of Islamic nations.
 
It poses a pervasive threat, which we are entitled to confront," he said, adding, "Al-Aqsa Mosque is one of our sanctities and we cannot forget it”.
 
He further described popular uprising as the main means to withstand the US and Western support for the Tel Aviv regime.
 
Houthi also pointed to the sacrifices made by the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, lauding it as an honor for the Muslim Ummah.
 
Meanwhile, Sayyed Houthis praised Hezbollah as the pride of this nation, saying that the Yemenis appreciate the stance of Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah. "Hezbollah is the pride of this nation, it has achieved the first Arab victory."
 
Yemen, an impoverished Arab country, has been gripped by one of the most active regional al-Qeada insurgencies in the West Asia region and the affiliate of the ISIS. The fragile security situation in the country has deteriorated since March 2015 following the Saudi-led illegal aggression on Yemen to oust the popular Ansarullah movement and restore to power fugitive president, Abdul Rabuh Mansour Hadi.
 
Nearly 10,000 Yemenis have been killed during the Saudi-led aggression, with the vast majority of them being innocent civilians including women and children.
 
The strikes have also taken a heavy toll on the country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, markets, schools, factories and mosques.
 
Source : Al Waqt
Story Code: 550301