The leader of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement said that Yemeni women and children are being brutally killed every day by US and Western-made bombs and weapon in Saudi military attacks.

Iran Press/Middle East:  The main goal of the enemies of Islam from the ongoing aggression against Yemen is to wrest full control over us. The most important outcome of Islam is to protect us against slavery and exploitation, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi addressing people of Yemen via live televised broadcast speech from the capital Sanaa on Monday afternoon.

Ansarullah leader added that Yemeni women and children are being viciously killed by American and Western military hardware, Iran Press reported.

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi described fomenting ethnic tensions as an evil act rooted in ignorance, condemning attempts to create religious discord as a heinous move by Takfiris and extremists.

 The United Arab Emirates is Saudi Arabia's main partner in the ongoing aggression on Yemen, he added.

The Abu Dhabi regime is seeking to fan the flames of division in Yemen in order to bring the country’s southern provinces under its rule, Houthi commented.

 The Saudi regime is the chief sponsor and supporter of terrorists who wish to target our nation. Saudis’ bids meant to sow the seeds of discord and division among Yemeni people are wicked, Ansarullah leader said.

The Ansarullah head also pointed to the latest round of UN-sponsored Yemen peace negotiations in Sweden, saying, the deal struck there envisioned significant strategies and mechanisms. All those bids, however, reached a deadlock as the enemies did not honor any of their obligations and tried to abdicate them instead.

Houthi movement's leader stressed that Ansarullah fighters will not hesitate to respond befittingly to any escalation of military campaign in Yemen’s strategic western coastal province of Hudaydah. 105/205



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