Thursday, March 2, 2017

'Saudi Arabia for Ansarolá is like Israel for Hezbollah'

Ansarolá fighters wave their weapons as they gather at the group camp near Sana'a, on September 10, 2014.

Saudi Arabia for the Yemeni People's Movement Ansarolá is like the Israeli regime for the Islamic Resistance Movement of Lebanon (Hezbollah).

The US foreign policy magazine Foreign Policy reported Tuesday that despite speculation of Iran's support for Ansarolá, in fact, this Yemeni movement does not need it because it is independent and has such motivation to deal with the violations of Saudi Arabia that shares the same Ideas of Hezbollah regarding the regime of Tel Aviv.

Despite public sympathy for Iran, Ansarolá is not Hezbollah, the two sides have not developed a close relationship like that of the Persian country with the Lebanese movement, he said.

The Yemeni people's movement began in 2011 its political activities that resulted in the overthrow of former Yemeni President Ali Abdollah Saleh. He then participated in the national peace dialogues. However, when the political transition failed, Ansarolá returned to political action and seized Sana (capital) in September 2014, the source added.

He explained that the Saudi offensive against Yemen strengthened the Ansarolá movement, which is now considered the sole standard bearer of the country's defense against foreign aggression.

'Aggression to Yemen is led by the US and backed by Israel'

The leader of the Yemeni popular movement Ansarolá predicts a resounding resistance to the war of aggression, led by his US trial. And Israel.

The magazine concluded that Yemen is very important for both Iran and the United States. As Washington sees Yemen as a place to confront Iran in the region without needing to enter another war in the region.

It should be noted that since March 2015, when the Saudi military offensive against Yemen began, this country is still under a tight air, naval and land blockade that has worsened the situation of the country's civilians since it has deprived them of essential goods .

The Saudi military campaign is so brutal that, according to estimates, so far, it has left some 12,041 civilians dead.

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