Saudi aggression on Yemen, in its "worst state": Houthi leader
Leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement called the Saudi aggression on Yemen as "Its worst state "since the very beginning.
Iran Press/ Middle East: Addressing his supporters via a televised speech broadcast live on Wednesday evening, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi asked Yemeni nation to be careful and do any thing necessary to face it.
According to an Iran press report, leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah stressed the fact that any military penetration in the West Coast, does not necessarily mean the end of the battle.
He also called upon every one who is capable of fighting to come back to the West Coast front lines.
In a statement released on Wednesday, the Ministry of Human Rights said the continuation of “immoral actions” by the Saudi-led coalition in Hudaydah exposed the alliance’s “criminal intent to deliberately annihilate the Yemenis, control and exploit strategic facilities.”
The ministry particularly denounced the US-backed collation’s targeting of Hudaydah’s grain silos, where tens of thousands of tons of wheat and flour are being stored.
It further noted that the latest Saudi airstrikes targeting Yemeni civilians in their homes as well as the urban infrastructure in Hudaydah in the Kilometer 16 area and 7th of July neighborhoods are “criminal practices,” whose perpetrators lack religious and human values.
Meanwhile, the Houthi forces announced on Wednesday afternoon that their troops fired a new ballistic missile at a gathering of Saudi Coalition fighters in western Yemen.
Their rocket battalion fired the newly produced Badr P-1 missile at a gathering of Saudi Coalition troops near the Red Sea coast.
Saudi Arabia and some of its allies, including the United Arab Emirates, Morocco and Sudan, launched a brutal war against Yemen in March 2015 in an attempt to reinstall Yemen’s former President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and crush the Houthi Ansarullah movement, which plays a significant role in aiding the Yemeni army in defending the impoverished country against the invading coalition.
The Houthi movement has been running state affairs in the absence of an effective administration since the onset of the war, which has so far killed some 15,000 people. 101/203