Commentary by the official spokesman for Ansar Allah Al-Houthis on the statement of the US National Security Council
Commenting on the US National Security Council statement:
The official spokesman for Ansar Allah al-Houthis, Muhammad Abd al-Salam, said: We affirm that establishing security and peace throughout the Arabian Peninsula requires first stopping the aggression and lifting the siege on Yemen, and the US National Security Council must condemn its outgoing President Trump, who continued to ship weapons of death to kill thousands of yemeni people , and Saudi Arabia with them for kill Civilians in Yemen.
Abdul Salam said that the talk about Sanaa’s failure to respond to calls for a ceasefire is a blatant misleading of the public opinion and will not change the facts, and how the shooting can stop as long as America continues to provide the main cover and military and logistical support to the coalition of brutal aggression.
And that there is no American or British weapon or any force capable of providing an umbrella to protect the Saudi aggressive regime. Rather, by stopping the aggression against Yemen and lifting the blockade, the kingdom will regain its lost security.
Only reconciling neighbors protects you from the consequences of aggression.
Muhammad Abdul Salam, the official spokesman for Ansar Allah, said earlier, precisely after the final strike on Aramco Jeddah, that the Saudi regime could not – despite its pleading for condemnations and its attempt to play the role of the victim – to go beyond being an aggressor and abstaining against the Yemeni people, as the world knows that the Saudi regime launched an aggression and siege that began with it and declared On his behalf, and he is still there, and as long as he is, then he must not wait except for response and legitimate defense until the aggression stops and the siege is lifted.
He also said that the Saudi wailing after each painful response is what is required and gives deterrence operations its right from the appropriate effect – despite the modesty of the similar response – and since the aggression and siege on Yemen continues, we will not spare any effort in confronting it, and the international community must pressure the aggressors to stop the aggression and the siege because the Yemeni people deserve To be heard of his suffering too.
Two days after the Saudi Aramco strike, the coalition bombed residential areas in Sanaa and other areas in response to the Yemeni response by striking Aramco.
Muhammad Abdul Salam commented that there is nothing new in the bombing of Sanaa and the rest of the Yemeni governorates except to emphasize the importance of continuing the response and deterrence until the aggression stops and the siege is lifted. With the grace and care of God.
Among the targets of the raids that targeted Sana’a was a stable for thoroughbred horses, which is the second time that dozens of horses were targeted and killed.