Yemen Hezbollah Ansarullah: Hundreds of Traitors Surrendering in Sana’a
Abdolsalam was quoted as saying by al-Mayadeen news channel on Monday that the militia surrendered after understanding that the recent moves were all clear acts of betrayal.
He added that the security forces have cleansed several military bases in Sana’a from “betrayers”, referring to the forces loyal to former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Abdolsalam also warned that the Saudi-led coalition fighter jets have pounded the civilian houses and public properties and are cooperating with the Saleh militia with all their power.
The new change in the course of the Yemeni conflict came after former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his supporters turned their weapons against Ansarullah movement.
Saleh has voiced his readiness to hold talks with the Saudi-led leaders to reach a compromise.
Meantime, Ansarullah leader Abdul-Malek al-Houthi accused Saleh of “betrayal,” vowing to keep fighting against the Saudi-led coalition.
The coalition later welcomed Saleh’s new stance and offered to provide support to fight the Ansarullah fighters, according to Al-Arabiya.
Meantime, the Arabic-language al-Arabiya TV claimed that the fire broke out in the Iranian embassy after a rocket hit the embassy building.