The Houthi Ansarullah movement has strongly denounced a recent Saudi airstrike on a weapons depot in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, which killed around 40 civilians.
The Ansarullah movement said in a statement that the Monday attack on the missile depot in Faj Attan district further exposed the barbarity of the Saudi regime, Samapress.net reported.
According to latest figures from four hospitals, the death toll for the Saudi airstrikes on the missiles depot has risen to 38 civilians, with a further 532 wounded. Continue reading Ansarullah condemns recent Saudi airstrike on weapons depot
An official of Lebanon’s Hezbollah resistance movement has blasted Saudi Arabia’s bid to silence the group’s vocal opposition to its Yemeni aggression, saying Saudi money could not buy Hezbollah’s silence.
“Those who are waging an aggression against Yemen today have also mistaken their calculations and approach towards Hezbollah,” said the movement’s deputy head of executive council, Sheikh Nabil Qaouq, as quoted in a Sunday report by Lebanese Naharnet news website.
He further suggested that the Saudi regime was attempting to silence the group’s vocal opposition to its aggression against its neighbor adding, “They were betting on our silence and on neutralizing us, but they failed to realize that we do not fear threats and that we cannot be sold or bought.” Continue reading Hizbullah slams Saudi’s bid to buy silence on Yemen
At least 45 civilians have been killed and over a hundred injured following Saudi airstrikes on the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada.
According to reports on Saturday, the Saudi warplanes pounded targets in Sa’ada, killing and injuring scores of civilians.
Earlier in the day, Saudi airborne assaults also struck several parts of the capital city of Sana’a, including Faj Attan area and an educational center in the Tayal Khawlan district. Continue reading 45 innocents killed by Saudi regime’s airstrikes on Yemen’s Sa’ada
by Sara Taha Moughnieh, Al-Manar
Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah reiterated Friday Hezbollah’s full support to the Yemeni people in the face of the barbaric Saudi-US aggression on Yemen, reassuring that even if it took some time, the Yemenis will eventually triumph due to their courage and steadfastness. Continue reading Sayyed Nasrallah Salutes Yemen’s Steadfastness: Time to Tell Saudis Enough!
by Pepe Escobar, Sputnik News
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 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.
Loud explosions were heard in the region as a result of the regime operation which lasted for 7 hours, according to media reports. Continue reading Saudi Regime Troops Assault Awamiya: Four Martyrs, Twenty Injured