Yemen to continue pro-Palestine ops in Red Sea at Ramadan

The leader of the Ansarullah resistance movement in Yemen says that his country's Armed Forces will continue their retaliatory strikes in the Red Sea during the holy month of Ramadan as the Gaza genocidal war continues.

Speaking in a televised speech from the Yemeni capital city of Sana'a on Sunday, Abdul-Malik al-Houthi stated that Yemeni naval forces will press ahead with their campaign in solidarity with Palestinians, Press TV reported.

He praised the people of Yemen for staging mass pro-Palestine rallies across the country on a weekly basis.

“The demonstrators, who converge on the al-Sabeen Square [in Sana’a] every week, are doing a great and epic job. They are treading the righteous path.

“Those who have not taken any stance vis-à-vis the Gaza conflict have actually reached the nadir of disbelief and infidelity,” Houthi pointed out.

The Ansarullah chief went on to describe participation in pro-Palestine rallies as highly important, noting that the mass rallies send a clear message to enemies that Yemeni operations against Israel, US and UK-linked ships in the Red Sea enjoy wholehearted popular support.

“It is a matter of pride for Yemenis to be recognized as noble warriors, with a clear understanding of the Muslim world’s sufferings and miseries of the oppressed Palestinian nation,” Houthi said.

He also lamented the inaction of some Muslim governments in the face of ongoing Israeli crimes in Gaza, warning that such an approach will inevitably result in unpleasant consequences for all Muslims worldwide.

“What is unfolding in Gaza is part of a plot aimed at the entire Muslim Ummah. We will find ourselves in rather a perilous situation if we do not exercise greater vigilance, fail to do a jihad, and do not devote meticulous attention to the affairs of Muslims,” the Ansarullah leader said.

Yemenis have declared their open support for Palestine’s struggle against the Israeli occupation since the regime launched a devastating war on Gaza on October 7 after the territory’s Palestinian resistance movements carried out the surprise Operation Al-Aqsa Storm.

The Yemeni Armed Forces have said they won’t stop retaliatory strikes.

The maritime attacks have forced some of the world’s biggest shipping and oil companies to suspend transit through one of the world’s most important maritime trade routes.

Tankers are instead adding thousands of miles to international shipping routes by sailing around the continent of Africa rather than going through the Suez Canal.

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