Sana’a Calls on Islamic Peoples to Take Stance against Saudi Arabia
The Spokesman for the Sana’a government, Minister of Information, Dhaif Allah Al-Shami, called on the people of Islam and the scholars of the nation to take a real stance against the Saudi regime and its plans targeting Muslims and Islamic sanctities.
Al-Shami indicated in a statement on Saturday that the Saudi regime’s allowing the 13th reporter of the Hebrew channel to enter the holy sites was a betrayal of the nation and a violation of the directives of Allah.
He pointed out that at a time when the Saudi regime prevented millions people from performing the Hajj, it was easy to enter the Jews to Mecca and the holy sites, in a clear attempt by the regime to implement the Jews’ plans.
The Minister stressed that the Saudi regime didn’t have the right to administer the Muslims- owned holy sites, noting that this incident was not spontaneous, as it was preceded by a Jewish visit to the Prophet’s Mosque.
Al-Shami considered the entry of a Zionist journalist to Mecca, Mount Arafat and other sacred sites was a provocation to the feelings of Muslims, which required action to confront the scheme of Al Saud and the Zionist entity targeting Mecca and the holy places.
For its part, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned on Saturday the Saudi regime’s permission for the correspondent of the 13th Zionist channel to enter the holy places, in a flagrant provocation to the feelings of Muslims and a betrayal of the Islamic nation.
The ministry indicated, in a statement that the Yemeni News Agency (Saba) received a copy of it, that this step comes in the context of the steps taken by Riyadh to normalize its relationship with the Zionist entity, the latest of which was opening its airspace to the latter’s planes.
The statement called on the Arab regimes that have become accustomed to the Zionist entity or are close to it to reconsider this in line with the demands of their people and to protect their interests from their historical enemy.
The Foreign Ministry stressed that “the attempts of normalization with the Zionist entity pushed by the successive US administrations will fail and shatter on the rock of Arab peoples’ awareness, and this is what has been proven by events during the past decades.”
The statement reiterated the position of the Republic of Yemen rejecting all forms of normalization with the Zionist entity, and the Yemeni government and people’s support for the Palestinian people in their legitimate struggle for the establishment of their independent state with Al-Quds Al-Sharif as its capital.
In the meantime, The Political Bureau of Anssarallah on Saturday condemned what the puppet Saudi regime had done to allow Zionist elements to desecrate the holy Islamic sites in Mecca and Medina.
The Bureau indicated, in a statement received by Saba, that the facilities provided by the Saudi regime to the Jews come at a time when it prevents millions of pilgrims from performing the Hajj and complicates its procedures for those who wish to perform it.
The statement explained that these policies and practices confirm that the Saudi regime does not have legitimacy in managing the affairs of Hajj and the management of the holy sites, as it is the property of all Muslims.
The Anssarallah’s Bureau called on the Islamic peoples to take serious positions and an effective popular movement against the Saudi regime and its malicious policies and schemes that target the nation, its issues and sanctities.
The statement pointed out that this incident is not spontaneous, as it was preceded by a Jew’s visit to the Prophet’s Mosque and the publication of his photos while he was inside, facilitated by the Saudi regime.
Meanwhile, The Yemeni Scholars Association condemned on Friday, denouncing the desecration of the Hebrew-Zionist 13 Channel reporter for sacred sites in Mecca and Medina.
In a statement received today by (SABA), stated that it had followed with great pain and condemnation those audio and photo scenes of the Hebrew Channel 13 reporter in the holy sites of Mecca and al-Medīna al-Munawara on the days of the pilgrimage.
It called on the scholars of the Two Holy Mosques in particular to break their suspicious silence and to fulfill their duty of religion to deny this evil committed by the Saudi regime by desecrating the Two Holy Mosques when brought Jewish rabbis and reporters of their media channels.