A spokesman for Ansarullah Movement reiterated the legitimate right of the Yemeni people to defend themselves against the aggressors until the cessation of hostilities and the end of the siege.

Iran PressMiddle East:  Mohammed Abdul-Salam wrote on Twitter on Tuesday: "The Saudi regime, despite asking and appealing (to the international community) to condemn Yemeni resistance and trying to pretend to be a victim, cannot change the fact that it is an aggressor who has rebelled against the Yemeni people."

According to Al-Masira News Network, Abdul Salam added: "The world knows very well that the Saudi regime has started the military aggression and the siege of Yemen."

The spokesman added: "As long as the Saudi regime behaves like this, it should expect nothing but a legitimate reaction and defense from Yemen to stop the war and end the siege."

The recent Yemeni Ansarullah missile attack on the Aramco oil facility in Jeddah has prompted the Saudis to make a series of desperate and despicable moves at the UN Security Council.

The Missile Unit of the Yemeni Army and the Yemeni popular committees on Monday morning launched missile attacks on Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Jeddah.

After hours of silence, Saudi officials confirmed that a rocket had hit the facilities of Aramco's oil distribution station in Jeddah last night.

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