Yemenis responded to Ansarullah movement commander Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi’s call for mass protests in solidarity with the Al-Aqsa Mosque which has been target of Israeli attacks for several days.

A huge demonstration went on in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, to condemn both the Israeli aggression on Al-Aqsa and the Saudi aggression on Yemen.

The protest comes in conjunction with the first anniversary of the Yemeni Revolution of September 21, which was launched in Yemen against the rampant corruption and the dependence of the political power, headed by Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, to foreign countries.

It came a day after the Ansarullah leader urged Yemenis to stage the demonstration to “prove to the world that the people stand by the leadership of the revolution.”

“Our revolution will continue until we guarantee our existence, dignity and independence, these things cannot be compromised,” Sayyed Houthi said while addressing Yemenis on the eve of the first anniversary of the Yemeni revolution.

Houthi also voiced support for diplomatic efforts to solve the deadly conflict as long as they “do not harm the national sovereignty, legitimize the [Saudi] aggression and deny the Yemeni people their rights.”

 

Al-Manar

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