Al-Houthi: Today's battle is for liberation and dignity
Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi has said that Yemeni people are fighting today the battle of liberation and dignity.
"The Battle of the West Coast is a major battle because the forces of invasion throughout history were focused on the coast of Yemen and its islands", Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi added.
Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement added that our battle today is with America and Israel, which see the control of the coast as a strategic target at the regional level.
Al-Houthi continued that the UAE and the mercenaries are a tool and soldiers of the American, British and Israeli.
On the situation of mercenaries and the tools of America and Israel, Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement said "The American wants to go stupid Emiratis, Sudanese and Yemeni mercenaries to the dangerous sits while they stay behind.
"We are in a position of strength and the nature of our battle is a liberation battle and a matter of faith," said al-Houthi.
"If we were subjected to America and Israel, we would lose our identity and our dignity",Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement stated.
Al-Houthi explained that the previous invaders occupied all of Yemen until people fought and revolution stayed for years until they could expel him.
Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement promised to turn the West Coast into a quagmire for the invaders.
"With the help of God and the determination of our people, the West Coast will turn into a great swamp that overwhelms the invaders and the oppressors", al-Houthi noted.
In his last Ramadan lecture, Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah movement praised the great positions of free Tihama people and their valour on the fronts, stressing that they need the strong support of the state and people and that is according to the size of battle.
Saudi Arabia and its regional allies attacked Yemen in March 2015 to bring back to power the deposed president of Yemen Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi.
Thousands of Yemenis have been killed in the attacks conducted by the Saudi-US coalition and more than 2,000 have died due to a cholera epidemi