Hezbollah Media Relations issued on Wednesday a statement in which it considered that Future movement’s attachment to the Saudi leadership and its efforts to satisfy and desperately defend it will not make us remain silent over the aggression on Yemen.
The statement added that the regime of the Saud family is purchasing consciences, importing armies and soldiers, and sowing discord and divisions in order to fragment countries and murder innocents.
Asking whether Future movement is dissatisfied with Hezbollah rejection for the Saudi aggression on Yemen, the party noted that the rhetoric of Future movement gives the impression that it supports the extermination operations and mass murders that are being committed by the Saudi aggression’s warplanes against innocent civilians. Continue reading Hizbullah: Saudi-backed Future Movement Won’t Silence Us On Yemen→
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)/
Yemen’s Powerful Ansarullah political group rejected on Wednesday the sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) one day earlier on Yemen, a senior member of the party said.
The UN Security Council on Tuesday imposed an arms embargo on Yemen’s Ansarullah movement and demanded it immediately pulls back from what it claimed to be “seized territory” and instead seek a political settlement.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Ansarullah fighters seized a huge arms cargo airdropped by a Saudi military plane for the al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen’s central province of Ma’rib on Wednesday, after the Saudi pilot failed to close out its flight plan.
The al-Qaeda-bound arms freight was seized by the Ansarullah popular forces in the province of Ma’rib, after the Saudi pilot couldn’t manage to properly recover the aircraft from a high-pitch and mistakenly dropped the cargo on an area off the mark.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized weapons from U.S. Marines as well as several vehicles used by Americans stationed at the now-closed U.S. Embassy in Sana’a.
It wasn’t immediately clear what types of weapons and vehicles were seized.
An unidentified Sana’a airport official confirmed that the rebel forces took control of the U.S. Embassy vehicles, which were parked at the airport, United Press International reported. The same official also said that the Houthi rebels seized several weapons used by U.S. Marines who were trying to abide by a White House order and leave the country. Continue reading Houthis seize US Marines’ weaponry and vehicles→
Out of the bowels of a US maximum-security prison in Florence, Colorado, al-Qaeda operative Zacarias Moussaui, currently serving a life sentence, providentially has shed light on what amounts to the dirtiest secret of the “war on terror”.
In over 100 pages of testimony, filed in a federal court in New York earlier this week, Moussaui drops several House of Saud-related bombs. Not least that among leading al-Qaeda donors prior to 9/11 we find former Saudi intel chief Prince Turki al-Faisal (also a former great buddy of Osama bin Laden); notorious former ambassador to the US and failed sponsor of hardcore Takfiris in Syria, Prince Bandar bin Sultan, aka Bandar Bush, aka Bandar ibn Israel; darling of Western markets (and Rupert Murdoch) Prince al-Waleed bin Talal; and a who’s who of Saudi Arabia’s top Wahhabi clerics. Continue reading Al-Qaeda In The House: Saudis and the history of Takfirism→
The Houthis’ first step toward governing Yemen seems like a necessary option imposed on Ansarullah due to the failure of Yemeni parties, following days of intensive talks, to reach a solution to the political crisis and fill the power vacuum created by the resignation of the president and his government under external pressure.
After months of gaining ground throughout Yemen’s provinces, Ansarullah (the Houthis) has translated its progress into clear political gains. The Houthis have now taken control of the government, yet without assuming power themselves, and will oversee a two-year transitional phase through a “constitutional declaration.” The declaration was made in a large ceremony at the Yemeni presidential palace. Continue reading US-Saudi Rejection Be Damned: Houthis Take Control of Yemen Without Seizing Power→
A Yemeni rights group said on Tuesday a sixth grade student was killed in a US drone strike east of the capital Sanaa, an assertion that could raise fresh concern over Washington’s campaign against suspected militants.
The National Organization for Drone Victims (NODV) said Mohammed Saleh Qayed Taeiman, said to be between 11 and 13 years old, was one of three people reported killed in Monday’s drone strike. It said his father and older brother were killed in a 2011 drone strike, and a third brother was wounded in another drone attack. Continue reading US Drone Strike Kills Yemeni Boy→