Ansarullah Leader Slams Normalization With ‘Israel’, Says Imam Hussein’s Path Leads The Nation To Independence
By Staff, Agencies
The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah revolutionary movement, Sayyed Abdul Malik Badreddine al-Houthi condemned in the strongest terms any attempt to normalize relations with the Zionist entity after the United Arab Emirates [UAE] and the Tel Aviv regime reached an agreement to establish diplomatic ties.
He further stressed that the Yemeni people refuse to submit to the Yazid-like oppression, which is represented by the US and ‘Israel’, adding that the people of Yemen reject joining the nation’s hypocrisy camp of the Saudi and Emirates’ regime.
Sayyed al-Houthi made his comments in the speech he delivered marking Ashura, the tenth day of Muharram during which Imam Hussein [AS] was martyred with his sons and companions in the battle of Karbala, year 61 Hijri.
“The nation’s choice, which achieves its independence, freedom and salvation from the enemies’ hegemony is following Imam Hussein’s [AS] path that is the authentic extension of the pure Islam. It also represents the Quran and a true and honest following of the example represented in Prophet Mohammad [PBUH],” the Ansarullah leader stressed.
“We denounce all forms of normalization and relations with ‘Israel’ as it is religiously forbidden. Our positions towards the issues of the Muslim world, particularly the Palestinian issue, and solidarity with the peoples of Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Bahrain, the Islamic Republic of Iran besides oppressed Muslims in Myanmar, India and Kashmir will remain unchanged,” Sayyed al-Houthi said in his speech from the Yemeni capital Sana’a on Sunday afternoon.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Sayyed al-Houthi highlighted that today’s battle does not accept neutrality.
“Confronting the brutal US, Saudi, Emirati and Zionist aggression against our country is a principled position based on our faith and religious obligations. It is a religious, humanitarian and patriotic duty, and whoever neglects this obligation is indeed betraying his faith and identity,” the Yemeni resistance leader underscored.
“Therefore, we trust in God Almighty and will spare no effort to stand against such aggression, whatever the scale of challenges might be and whatever the size of the sacrifices required would be,” Sayyed al-Houthi highlighted.
The UAE and ‘Israel’ announced the US-brokered agreement on August 13, sparking anger among the Palestinians, who rejected the peace treaty as a stab in the back of Palestine.
Days after the deal was announced, US Secretary of State toured a number of Arab countries, which have long had unofficial ties with ‘Israel’, to push for more normalization agreements with the occupying regime.