Sanaa (IP) - The Yemeni Army and Ansarallah Movement stage a massive military parade with the participation of different units of the armed forces on the occasion of the 9th anniversary of the Revolution on September 21, 2014.

Iran PressWest Asia: The capital Sana'a witnesses a huge military parade Thursday morning in Al-Sabeen Square on the 9th anniversary of the September 21 Revolution.

The military parade was attended by the President of the Supreme Political Council, Mahdi al-Mashat, members of the Council, the Mufti of Yemen, as well as the heads and members of the Parliament, Ministers, Judiciary, Shura Council, and Supreme Court.

As soon as President Mahdi al-Mashat arrived at the parade square, he laid a wreath of flowers on the tomb of the martyred President Saleh al-Sammad, followed by reciting the Fatiha for the souls of the martyrs.

At the beginning of the parade, a spectacular artistic performance was presented, showcasing various folk dances and songs that reflected the resilience and unity of Yemen in the face of the US-Saudi aggression.

A youth scout presentation was performed, involving cubs and youths from the scouting movement carrying the flags of Yemen and the emblem of the September 21 Revolution.

In 2014, the people of Yemen led a popular uprising against the Saudi-backed unpopular regime of Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi.

As protests gripped the country, Ansarallah, on September 21, took control of the capital, Sana’a, following a rapid advance south from their northern stronghold of Sa'ada.

The massively popular protests were against the incompetent and corrupt regime in Sana’a backed by Riyadh.

In a bid to crush the resistance and reinstall the Hadi regime, a Saudi-led coalition launched a ferocious bombing campaign on the neighboring Arab country barely six months later.

The war, which has been enjoying unstinting arms, logistical, and political support on the part of the United States, has killed tens of thousands of Yemenis and turned the entire country into the scene of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

Facing up to the invasion, Yemen’s Army and Popular Committees have vowed not to lay down their arms until the country’s complete liberation from the scourge of the invasion.