The leader of Yemen's Ansarullah Movement warned Saudi Arabia that continued attacks on Yemen will have unpleasant consequences for the aggressors.

Iran Press/Middle East: Addressing the leadership of the Saudi regime in a televised speech on Saturday, Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi urged the Saudis to end their blockade of Yemen and to halt their airstrikes, otherwise, he said, "The aggressors will face the unpleasant consequences of their actions."

In further comments, al-Houthi said the Yemeni people have chosen the path of freedom and independence and full independence will be theirs, and the people of Yemen will not retreat from their chosen path, Iran Press reported.

He went on to urge the Yemeni people to be "vigilant and cautious" and not to allow the enemies to infiltrate Yemeni society as has been the case in Iraq following the recent protests there. He also said the continuation of Saudi-led aggression against Yemen means that "We shall continue to develop our military capabilities."

The leader of Yemen's Ansarullah Movement warned Riyadh by saying: "Anyone who uses the war and siege to control us and subjugate us is seeking the impossible, and the consequence is his failure.  I Call on the Saudi regime to stop the aggression and siege, otherwise, the risks and consequences of continuing the aggression are great."

Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi also had a warning for the Israeli regime when he stressed: "Our Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare an uprising (Jihad) against the Israeli enemy, targeting the most sensitive targets in the enemy entity. Our opposition to the usurper Israeli regime is because of our religious beliefs, as well as humanitarian, ethical and moral considerations."

In further remarks, al-Houthi said: "We extend a hand of friendship, fraternity, and peace to the Islamic Ummah, but those who fuel the war in Yemen have chosen the wrong path and will be held accountable for their misguided and evil actions." 101/211

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