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Ansarullah: Yemeni People No Easy Morsel for Saudis, Israel

1 April 2015 10:40


A senior member of the popular Ansarullah movement said that the Saudi aggressors will pay a heavy price for their aggression against Yemen, reiterating that the Yemeni nation will not be defeated.
“We can hear the Zionists cheering and reiterating that they are on the same side with the Al Saud, while they are unaware that the Yemeni nation is not an easy morsel for them (to swallow) and the aggressors should pay a heavy price for this aggression,” member of Ansarullah Executive Committee Abdel Mon’em Al-Qurashi told FNA on Tuesday.

He reiterated that Saudi Arabia is executing the US-Israeli plot for Yemen, and said, “Saudi Arabia attacked Yemen after growing disappointed at (fugitive Yemeni President) Mansour Hadi and Takfiri terrorist groups and after realizing that Yemen now belongs to the people of that country.”

On Saturday, Al-Qurashi warned of immediate attacks on Saudi territories if the latter refrains from putting an immediate halt to its aggression against Yemen.

“As the Ansarullah movement has promised collapse of some Arab regimes supporting the terrorists, if Saudi Arabia continues its aggressions against the oppressed Yemeni people the Ansarullah fighters will pave the way for the Saudi regime’s destruction by conducting martyrdom-seeking (suicidal) operations inside Saudi Arabia in the coming hours,” he told FNA.

Al-Qurashi reiterated that Israel and Al Saud are on the same front and Saudi Arabia is taking orders from Washington and Tel Aviv.

“The main cause of the Saudi aggression is the failure of Riyadh’s policies in support of fugitive Yemeni President Mansour Hadi and Takfiri groups and its disappointment at them,” Al-Qurashi added.

Yemen has been the target of military aggression by a Saudi-led coalition since Thursday. More than 126 civilians, mainly women and children, have been killed and over 324 others have been injured in the attacks.

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