The leader of Ansarullah, Sayyid Abdul-Malik Badreddine al-Houthi, delivers a televised speech from the Yemeni capital Sana’a on November 30, 2017.

BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:00 P.M.) – The leader of the Ansarallah Movement, Sayyed Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, stated on Saturday, that the Arab coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, continues to carry out airstrikes and besiege Yemen.

“I call on the Saudi regime to stop the aggression and the siege,” Houthi said in a televised speech broadcasted by Al-Masirah TV.

“The continuation of aggression means that we will continue to develop our military capabilities and carry out the harshest strikes and this is a legitimate right,” stressing that the Yemeni people will not retreat from the struggle for “independence of their territory.”

Meanwhile, the Ansarallah Movement leader rejected Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s accusations that Iran is supplying the group with precision missiles, vowing to strike Israel in case of any hostile action against Yemen.

He said: “Our people will not hesitate to declare jihad against the Israeli enemy, and to strike the harshest strikes against sensitive targets in the enemy entity if they are involved in any folly against our people.”

“The position of hostility towards Israel as a usurper entity is a principled humanitarian, moral and religious commitment,” he continued.

He also accused the United States and Israel of “playing a role in the protests in Iraq and Lebanon,” saying “the joy and satisfaction of the U.S. and Israel to what is happening in Iraq and Lebanon reveals the nature of his position.”

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Facepalm! Totally disconnected from reality! Gosh, he really should consider stopping chewing qat! He’s not even representative of Yemeni population, being from the Zaidi minority which actually never elected him. When it comes to Israel, they don’t give a fück about this former Jewish kingdom (before the Muhammadan invasions, there were 3 Jewish kingdoms in Yemen] : all remaining Jews have been pulled out and now live in Israel. When it comes to humanitarian stuff, he’s fücking kidding! UN has finger pointed the Houthis as stealing 2 thirds of the humanitarian help sent to the Houthi-ruled areas in order to… Read more »

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You are so funny! You speaking onf the UN when it comes to the Houthis, what does the UN say about your Israeli thieves when they steal Arab land and the UN condemning their actions and what’s your comment about that?

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1. I’m speaking about Houthis stealing UN humanitarian help to Yemen people who are starving or are victims of the cholera epidemics. 2. Israelis are not my people. You attacked them, and to be frank, in their place, my people would had been nowhere near as nice as Israelis towards the aggressors. Being from the people who fought and won the biggest number of wars and battles in human history, I know what I’m speaking about. 3. Israel is not Arab lands, Arab lands are in Arabia. Arabs are invaders in both the Levant and North-Africa. 4. UNGA resolutions are… Read more »

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Haha haha why Israel doesn’t send you drones or arms no more? The only army more pathetic than Kurds and shias are this loser houthis, billions of threats to Israel but not even a stone thrown on their direction f**k you houthis

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ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is dead and his califuck has vanished… Oh, BTW, ISIS is so afraid of Israel they didn’t dared to attack it… It’s sad they didn’t : IDF wouldn’t had opted for low intensity warfare, air-marshal Eshel even wanted to launch a massive aerial campaign to wipe out 90-95% of ISIS combat potential in 48 hours.
The most pitiful Islamist force is ISIS : others are rabid dogs, ISIS are cockroaches and were dealt with exactly like we do pest control.

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If he is then he did what he wanted he is in paradise for sure and may Allah accept him, he died like a lion fought against delta whores sneaking at night