The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says US and UK strikes are futile and have no impact on Yemen's stance, rather they will only cause the country to enhance its military capabilities.
Seyyed Abdulmalik al-Houthi made remarks about the latest developments in the region on Thursday.
He noted that patients in Gaza are suffering as Israel targets hospitals in horrific criminal acts which only show the regime’s moral and political bankruptcy.
The world has remained silent and just watched as the people of Gaza suffer Israeli atrocities and are deprived of medicine and even oxygen capsules, he noted.
The leader of the Ansarullah movement pointed out that the occupiers are killing children and women with American, British, and German missiles and ammunition in Gaza.
He underlined that as the severe blockade of the Gaza Strip continues, some displaced Palestinians are dying of starvation.
In addition to the killings, destruction, and displacement, the enemy targets the United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), al-Houthi pointed out.
It is clear to all that international bodies are largely under American influence, he said, noting that because of US intervention, the Zionist regime is excluded from almost all the decisions and resolutions by international bodies.
The Leader of Ansarullah expressed hope for spreading awareness in Western, Arab, and Islamic societies about Palestine, adding that publishing a clear picture of the oppression of the Palestinian people and their suffering affects all freedom-seeking people.
Referring to the US and UK aggression on Yemen, he highlighted that the US wanted to show strength by attacking Yemen, but along with the UK, they were defeated and could not even ensure the security of their own ships.
Pointing to the recent rocket attacks by the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, he described the recent attack on Tel Aviv by al-Qassam Brigades as a very important achievement.
As long as the Israeli aggression against Gaza continues, Yemen will continue its actions in support of the Palestinian people, he said.
The Zionist regime waged the Gaza war on October 7 after the Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas, carried out a surprise operation into the occupied territories in retaliation for the regime’s ceaseless atrocities against the Palestinian people over the past seven decades.
With the Israeli war continuing unabated and amid a rising civilian death toll in Gaza, resistance movements and groups in the region, including Lebanon’s Hezbollah, Yemen’s Ansarullah, and Iraq’s fighters launched strikes against US and Israeli interests in an effort to exert pressure on the regime to end its genocidal war.