The leader of Ansar Allah warns the coalition: We cannot continue to give opportunities to Omani efforts
Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, the leader of the Ansar Allah movement, hinted on Tuesday that the end of the opportunity given to Oman’s mediation is near, saying: “As much as we have given space to the efforts of our brothers in Oman, we cannot continue indefinitely while others think they are gaining time to carry out conspiracies”, in reference to the Saudi-Emirati coalition and its factions.
Sana’a – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
In a speech on the “Anniversary of the Al-Sarkha,”, Al-Houthi said that the Americans want to continue this state of targeting our country, stressing that “this means that we must continue to confront this aggression with all our capabilities, as we have repeatedly confirmed”.
He added: “If the Saudis, as they portray themselves when they move within the margin allowed to them by the Americans, and some of their affiliated media speak about Saudi Arabia becoming outside American hegemony, let them prove that they are no longer subservient to the Americans through the Yemeni file, and let them start lifting the siege and ending their aggression”.
Abdul-Malik al-Houthi also pointed out that the Saudis sometimes come to speak about themselves as mediators, despite being the ones who officially declared themselves the leaders of the coalition in the war on this country and played a key role in the war on Yemen. He stressed that “the Americans and British are still seeking to prevent a real peace from being achieved by implementing the legitimate and just requirements of the Yemeni people, which include lifting the siege, releasing prisoners, paying compensation, and rebuilding”.
The leader of the Ansar Allah movement confirmed that the path to peace in Yemen lies in stopping the war, ending the siege and occupation, and addressing the war-related issues concerning prisoners, compensation, and reconstruction.