Publish date19 Apr 2024 - 16:22
Story Code : 632301

Ansarullah leader: Iran's response to Israeli aggression established rule

The Leader of Yemen's Ansarullah Movement said Iran's response to the Israeli aggression on Iranian soil established a rule that says any aggression will receive a due response.
Ansarullah leader: Iran

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) launched a retaliatory strike on multiple locations in Israel early morning on April 14, in response to an Israeli terrorist attack. On 1 April 2024, an Israeli airstrike destroyed the Iranian embassy in Damascus, Syria, killing 16 people, including a senior Quds Force commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC).

He referred to the Yemeni army's responses to the Israeli regime's genocide in Gaza and said that during the two recent weeks, 36 missiles and 16 drones have been fired at the Israeli-occupied territories to support the people of Gaza. 
Al-Houthi also said that 8 ships affiliated with the regime were targeted, bringing the total number of targeted ships to 98 and soon will reach 100.
The Yemeni leader blamed the Arab states' indifference to what is going on in Palestine and said that some figures and institutors in Yemen and other Arab countries are active in humanitarian issues but when it comes to Gaza there are no human rights activities. 
Yemen declared the Red Sea, Arab Sea, and Bab ul-Mandab secure for navigation except for those ships that went to occupied Palestine to provide the Israeli regime with logistic and military aid.
It was on October 7 that the Palestinian Resistance carried out Operation Al-Aqsa Flood on the Israeli regime's forces in response to the regime's daily crimes against the Palestinian people during 75 years of occupation of Palestine since 1948.
To compensate for the scandalous failure, the regime has blocked Gaza's border crosses and is bombing the strip.
So far, from the beginning of the all-out war against Gaza, nearly 34,000 people have been martyred and over 76,770 others have been wounded.
People in Gaza are simultaneously coping with both the Israeli strikes and the famine emerging out of the regime's war on Gaza.
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