Leader of Islamic Ummah and Oppressed Imam Khamenei on Yemen War: Saudi Will Definitely Get Hurt, Eat Crow
The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution in Iran stressed that the Saudi Arabia will lose and get hurt in its military aggression on Yemen.
Meanwhile, his eminence noted that the framework agreed between the world powers and Iran over Tehran’s nuclear program does not guarantee a deal between the two sides.
Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei“Nothing has been finalized in nuclear talks with six world powers, there is still nothing to approve or disapprove,” Imam Khamaenei said in a televised speech.
The framework reached doesn’t guarantee a deal and the negotiations are not halted, his eminence arguing that the joint statement reached between the two sides “is not legally binding.”
The Iranian supreme leader said he did not get into details of the nuclear talks, but he just put the guidelines and redlines that the Iranian negotiating team should abide by.
Meanwhile, Imam Khamenei assured that Tehran “won’t accept at any pretext” that others enter the Iranian military facilities, referring to a report by the Guardian in which it allegedly reported that Tehran has granted access to its military facilities under the recent framework agreement with the world powers.
“Saudi Committed Mistake”
On the Saudi aggression on Yemen, the Leader lashed out at Riyadh, stressing that the attack “mounts to crime and genocide against the Yemeni people.”
“Saudi committed mistake when it attacked Yemen,” Imam Khamenei said.
“Saudi will absolutely lose in the military operation against Yemen. It will definitely get hurt and eat crow.”
The Supreme Leader compared the Saudi attack on Yemen to the Zionist crimes committed against Palestinians in Gaza.
“The Zionists are more powerful than the Saudis. However they could not accomplish their goals in their military operation against Gaza (last summer),” Imam Khamenei said noting that Gaza “is a small region while Yemen is a big country and there are millions of Yemeni people there.”