TEHRAN (FNA)- Member of Ansarullah Movement’s Political Council Zeid Al-Zari hailed the Yemeni nation’s nearly one month-long resistance against the Saudi-led aggressions that he said eventually resulted in their victory against Riyadh and its allies.
“The Yemeni nation once again marked a historical victory against the enemy,” al-Mayadeen TV quoted al-Zari as saying.
He underlined that Ansarullah and the Yemeni nation have succeeded in preventing the region from being entrapped in a strategic conflict.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Yemeni forces have arrested a number of Saudi and Israeli spies and agents who planned to conduct sabotage operations in Yemen, a senior Ansarullah commander disclosed on Monday.
“The captured agents intended to carry out military operations in Yemen after taking control of several airports and military bases,” the commander, speaking on the condition of anonymity, told FNA today.
The Ansarullah commander underlined that the apprehended agents spied for Saudi Arabia and Israel, and said, “The identity of the captured agents will not be disclosed for now” due to security reasons.
Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah has blasted the ongoing Saudi military aggression against Yemen, comparing the move to the Israeli atrocities in the besieged Gaza Strip.
“What Saudi Arabia is committing [in Yemen] is identical to what Israel commits in Gaza,” Hezbollah Deputy Secretary General Naim Qassem said in a Thursday interview with France 24.
Israel has blockaded the Gaza Strip for over seven years, causing a humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian enclave. The Israeli regime has also launched three wars on Gaza, the latest of which came in summer 2014, when nearly 2,200 Palestinians were killed and over 11,100 others injured. The 50-day war ended with an Egyptian-brokered truce.
Sandals on our feet, daggers in our belt/We ain’t come to the world and start nagging it for help/Six wars we have endured and when the Saudis came, we proudly blazed ‘em alone, hammered ‘em and staggered ‘em, they knelt/They learned the consequences of daring to mess with the Houthis, we ain’t gonna have it in our realm/Left Saada a horror, there ain’t no winning lottery, it’s destitution/So you better believe we fought back properly for retribution/ Discriminated against and disenfranchised/“Tools of Iran”? Who you trying to fool, only stooge here is you, of the yahoud, so quit your damn lies/Telling you now Riyadh, hegemony is over with/Yemen was never a piece of real estate that you could just maintain endlessly in ownership/Defy your disease, our Remedy is Ultimate (SWT)/
The Saudi regime troops stormed on Saturday the town of Awamiya, eastern country, killing four civilians, injuring 20 and detaining 4 others.
The photos of the martyrs were circulated via the social networks which also showed how the regime troops besieged the town in the early morning before they employed helicopters and armored vehicle to storm it.
After several delays, new TV station Al-Arab TV will finally go live in early February 2015. The station will be on the air at a time of intense media polarization, representing a continuation of the Saudi-Qatari conflict. However, the station promises to be neutral and to focus on economic issues. It could be said, however, that Al-Arab TV will be similar to the Al-Arabiya model.
The countdown has begun for the launching of Al-Arab news channel in February 2015. The station is owned by the Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, according to an announcement made by its chief executive officer Fahd al-Sukait yesterday during a press conference held in Bahrain’s capital, Manama. In the meantime, an extensive advertising campaign is underway featuring the channel’s logo, which bears a striking similarity to the logo of the Rotana channels, in green and golden colors. Continue reading Zionist-Wahhabi Alliance At Work: Saudis and Bloomberg Set Up New TV Channel→
Riyadh has ‘red-lighted’ the planned dialogue between Hezbollah and the Future Movement before it even began. The Saudi call for Hezbollah to be put on the list of terrorist organizations made at the United Nations threatens to renew tension between the two sides, following an undeclared truce in the media that did not last for more than a few days.
Is there a fixed Saudi, and consequently Gulf policy, vis-à-vis Lebanon? Are these countries really keen on the stability of this country, as they claim, when they hardly spare any occasion to exacerbate its divisions? These questions and others are being asked after the new Saudi escalation against Hezbollah, which is likely to aggravate the already complex situation in Lebanon and the region. Continue reading Riyadh nips Hezbollah-Future Movement dialogue in the bud→
It was rather normal for Al-Arabiya news channel to retract its story about the unprecedented closure of al-Aqsa Mosque on October 28. The channel may have thought that the terminology it used would go unnoticed. However, Al-Arabiya later deleted the story from its website after having caused an online backlash for echoing Zionist rhetoric.