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Politician Calls on Yemeni People to Prepare for War against Saudi Arabia

7 April 2015 7:11


A senior Yemeni politician called on the people of Yemen to prepare themselves for giving a crushing response to the Saudi aggressors and their allies.

“The Yemeni figures and elderlies should prepare the needed means for reconciliation inside Yemen by stepping in and standing up firm against the Saudi aggression in order not to allow the foreigners execute their plots in Yemen to kill the people and destroy the country,” a senior leader of Yemen’s Congress Party Yasser al-Yamani told FNA on Monday.

Al-Yamani called for national unity, solidarity and sacrifice in Yemen, and cautioned, “The Yemeni people should see the future of their country which is on the verge of destruction due to the Saudi aggression.”

He lamented that Yemen is paying the price of its political independence from the Persian Gulf Arab states and the US.

Saudi regime had also determined three objectives to confront the revolution’s goals and today the revolution’s objectives are expected … to go beyond the borders (of Yemen) and exceed the expectations.”

On Sunday, Spokesman of Ansarullah Movement Mohammad Abdel Salam disclosed that pro-Saudi parties in Yemen have blocked the road to a peace initiative for the settlement of the Yemeni crisis.

“Those sides who favor Saudi Arabia’s policies reject the initiatives for peace in Yemen and block the path to the acceptance of any solution to keep it open for the Saudi aggression,” Abdel Salam said.

He noted that the solution to the crisis in Yemen is holding national dialogue under the auspices of the United Nations, and added, “We welcome Oman’s efforts to mediate in Yemen.”

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for twelve days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The 12 days of the Saudi-led aggression has killed at least 892 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

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