News ID: 319754
Published: 0516 GMT January 30, 2022

Yemenis in Sana’a announce general mobilization to counter Saudi-led war

Yemenis in Sana’a announce general mobilization to counter Saudi-led war

Yemenis have gathered in the capital Sana’a, to announce a general mobilization aimed at countering the devastating war and all-out economic siege led by Saudi Arabia against their country, Press TV reported.

According to the al-Maalomah news agency, the residents of the Jahanah area in Sana’a province announced a general mobilization during a tribal gathering on Saturday.
They condemned the heinous crimes and the continued escalation by the countries involved in the Saudi-led military campaign against Yemen.
These crimes will not go unpunished, they vowed, saying that America is the first enemy of the Yemeni people.
The attendees said the US is fully responsible for the aggression against Yemen, ensuing war crimes, and the suffocating siege against the Yemeni citizens.
They stressed that they will continue to mobilize and provide all the necessary funds, equipment, and forces until victory is achieved against the war coalition and all Yemeni territories are purged of the occupiers.
In their statement, the Yemenis lauded Yemen Storm 1 and 2 operations, which targeted the depths of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over their increased crimes against the Yemeni people, and called for more counter-strikes against the aggressor.
In recent weeks, the Yemeni government in Sana’a, run by the popular Ansarullah resistance movement, has conducted several rounds of drone and missile counter-strikes against the UAE and Saudi Arabia, as the two countries ramped up their aggression against the impoverished country.
On January 17, the Yemeni armed forces launched drone attacks targeting an oil facility in Abu Dhabi, warning the UAE of severe repercussions should it maintain its acts of sabotage in Yemen.
A week later, the Yemeni forces launched massive missile and drone strikes against sensitive targets in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, as well as Saudi Arabia’s Najran, Jizan, and Asir regions.
Meanwhile, tribes and residents of the Bani Hushaysh district in Sana’a province condemned the international community’s silence on the Saudi coalition’s blatant crimes against the Yemeni people.
In a gathering, they also stressed that the crimes are in violation of international law and international humanitarian law.
 
 
 
   
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