Houthi Leader Expresses Intent to Mobilize Hundreds of Thousands Against the Zionist Enemy
Earlier, Houthi Leader expressed Yemen's willingness to join rocket and drone attacks in response to direct U.S. intervention in Gaza conflict.
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Ansarullah Movement leader, Sayyed Abdul Malik Badreddine Al-Houthi stated that if geographical barriers were removed, hundreds of thousands of Yemeni fighters would support the Palestinian resistance against the Zionist aggression. He emphasized Ansarullah Movement's full coordination with the axis of resistance and reassured that Palestinian fighters would not be left alone.
Highlighting the recent surprise attack by Gaza-based resistance groups as a historic victory, Al-Houthi asserted that it disrupted established equations and inflicted substantial losses on the Israeli occupying regime. He described "Operation al-Aqsa Storm" as a legitimate response to decades of Israeli aggression against Palestinians.
Al-Houthi condemned the complicity of Western governments, particularly the United States, in Israeli crimes against Palestinians. He criticized Israel's lack of legitimacy and questioned the effectiveness of the United Nations in addressing the plight of the Palestinian people.
Commending the combat readiness of Palestinian resistance fighters, Al-Houthi called for support through political, media, and military means. He condemned the normalization efforts by certain Arab countries, emphasizing the importance of standing in solidarity with the Palestinian cause against agreements that compromise justice and liberation.
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