Sana'a (IP) - A member of Yemen's Political Supreme Council, noting the withdrawal of the last American colonialist from Afghanistan, said that the US and its Saudi ally must leave the Yemeni soil because "Yemen will be the graveyard of the invaders".

Iran Press/Middle East: Mohammed Ali al-Houthi said the US withdrew its forces from Afghanistan to not be in danger. Still, the invading Americans needed to leave Yemen first so that no one would be endangered and stability would return to the region.

Al-Houthi said: "With the departure of the last American colonizer from Afghanistan, I want the United States and its Saudi ally to leave Yemen as well and prepare a plan to withdraw from the Republic of Yemen so that the Yemeni people can live in stability and away from occupation."

"Yemen will be the graveyard of the invaders," the Yemeni top official pointed out.

After the Afghan capital city, Kabul, fell, and the former Afghan President  Ashraf Ghani escaped the country, the US forces fell in panic and left Afghanistan earlier than the due time, August 31, submitting the country to the Taliban.

With the support of the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and several other countries, Saudi Arabia invaded Yemen in March 2015. 

The outbreak of war by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen has killed tens of thousands and displaced millions of Yemenis.

The Saudi military aggression has also left the impoverished country of Yemen severely short of food and medicine.

The Saudi regime and its allies have failed to achieve their goals in the war against Yemenis.


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