Anssarallah Leader: We Are Coming in the 8th Year with Our Ballistic Missiles and Long-Range Drones

Leader of Anssarallah movement, Sayyed Abdulmalek al-Houthi, in a speech on the occasion of the National Day of Steadfastness, affirmed, “Continuing steadfastness as a principled option, humane, ethical, national, and supporting the fronts with money and men, as well as continuing and supporting the development of military industries, and moving towards industrialization on the civilian side, which we are keen on and strive to achieve for”

He pointed out that the National Day of Steadfastness is a station to remind the Yemeni people who is the aggressor and who is the victim.

 Sayyed al-Houthi said, “When the air raids began on March 26 in the evening, people were sleeping, and they were surprised by their brutality, and people began searching for who is the perpetrator and what exactly is going on,” noting that the announcement of the war came from the American capital, Washington, in English and not in Arabic.

Sayyed al-Houthi said the main supervisor of the war is the American, implemented by the Saudi and Emirati regimes while the rest joined the war ranks under the banner of Jihadis who are mercenaries hired by the Saudi-led coalition to fight alongside it in exchange for money and material gains.

Sayyed al-Houthi added, on the first day of the war, its raids targeted residential neighborhoods in Bani Hawat area in Sana’a in which killed 32 civilians, including 14 children and 8 women, and 103 civilians, including 12 children and 20 women, were killed and injured in their homes on which were destroyed on their heads by bombs and missiles of the Saudi-led coalition.

Sayyed al-Houthi stated that the continued behavior of the criminal ‘aggression’ in the manner of mass killing, led to the killing of large numbers, and most of these crimes are against civilians in residential neighborhoods in cities and villages, indicating that no matter how brutal the crimes of the Saudi coalition and the number of martyrs and wounded are, there is no voice from some, but welcome and support. and encourage it.

Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi reviewed limited examples of the diaries of the massacres of the Saudi-led coalition, including on Thursday, March 26, 2015, the raids of the warplanes of the Saudi-coalition in Bani Hawat area and in Bani al-Harith district, on Monday, April 20, 2015, bombing al-Sabeen district in the capital Sana’a, killing 120 civilians at once, including 25 children and six women, injuring 647 civilians, including 56 children and 30 women.

Sayyed Abdulmalek al-Houthi stressed that the crimes of the Saudi-led coalition were not limited to a specific region during the seven years. Rather, the coalition targeted the Yemeni people everywhere in homes, neighborhoods, mosques, on occasions of joys and sorrows, roads, markets and hospitals, and the result was tens of thousands of martyrs and the same number of wounded.

He pointed out that the Saudi-led coalition sought to comprehensively destroy Yemen’s infrastructure and all aspects of life, including public interests, thousands of homes, 182 university facilities, 1,592 mosques, some of which are archaeological mosques, 406 health facilities and hospitals, 1,203 educational facilities, 138 sports facilities, and 253 archaeological sites, in addition to more than 9,000 agricultural fields, 15 airports, 16 ports, hundreds of stations and generators, roads, bridges, networks and communication stations, more than 2,000 tanks and water networks, thousands of government facilities, more than 400 factories, 300 fuel tankers, more than 400 chicken and livestock farms, and 11,000 commercial facilities, 951 food trucks, 480 fishing boats, and more than 900 food stores.

He stated that the economic war was fierce and its first headline was the looting of the national wealth as the Saudi coalition was keen on controlling the oil facilities, ports and entrances to the country through which the commercial movement comes and controlling the national wealth completely so as to deprive all Yemenis of it, including the people in the “occupied provinces”.

Sayyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi pointed out that the total financial revenues looted by the Saudi coalition from the wealth of the Yemeni people from the revenues of crude oil produced during the period from April 2015 to March 2020 in the amount of 129 million barrels, 7 billion dollars, equal to more than 4 trillion YER, although the Yemeni people is in dire need of its public and national wealth.

He referred to the great development of the naval force, which rose with high efficiency and completely deterred the Saudi coalition forces from attacking any coastal city, pointing out that the air defense, marches, and missiles launched from scratch under war and severe siege, and achieved positive results.

The Leader of the Anssarallah also stressed the continuation of the manufacture of drones, whether for the military fronts or long ranges, as it is an effective weapon that worries the enemies and presents a dilemma for them.

He added, “Our country is steadfast and productive, and it manufactures even its military equipment, and it tends to manufacture civilian objects, and this matter enrages the Saudi coalition forces, and we have a local manufacturing activity for missiles, and the enemy knows this fact.”

Sayyed al-Houthi reiterated that one of the manifestations of steadfastness is the military industrialization, which is one of the basic requirements in confronting the Saudi coalition, pointing out that the number of operations and confrontations on various fronts shows the size of the great achievements despite the difficult circumstances.

The Leader of Anssarallah continued, “We are coming with our war production and naval weapons that drown the enemies, and we trust in Allah, with our heroes, our dedicated army, our ballistic missiles and our long-range drones that prey on the enemies, and our distinguished war production, air defense systems and naval weapons that drown the enemies and bring them to the bottom of the sea, we are coming in the eighth year with civil industrialization.” Let us establish a civilized renaissance that serves the economic situation of our people.”

Sayyed Abdulmalek al-Houthi pointed to steadfastness on the economic front, reviewing the economic difficulties as a result of the lack of constructive economic policies and a local national structure that raise the economic potential to the level of local production and self-sufficiency, which the people need efforts to confront the war and confront the path of enemies in hitting the economy.

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