“Ansar Allah”: coalition raids on Saada and the imposition of the siege will not bring safety to the “aggressors”

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A spokesman for the “Ansar Allah” group (Houthis), Muhammad Abd al-Salam, threatened the Arab coalition, after the Houthis announced air strikes that killed and wounded the coalition forces.

Cairo – Sputnik. Abdel Salam, who is the head of the negotiating delegation in “Ansar Allah”, said in a tweet on his account on “Twitter”:

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The combined forces announce an attack against “Ansar Allah” and cause casualties in Hodeidah

“In the first days of Eid Al-Fitr, intensive raids by the forces of the Saudi-American aggression affected several provinces and committed a massacre in Maran, Saada.”

He added that “insisting on perpetuating brutality and bloodyness and imposing a blockade on Yemen will not bring any aggression to the aggressors.”

A spokesman for the Yemeni armed forces loyal to “Ansar Allah”, Brigadier Yahya Sari, earlier today accused the Arab coalition of launching more than 48 raids on the governorates of Al-Jawf, Marib, Hajjah, and Saada.

Brigadier-General Fast, that “the continued escalation of the air will have serious consequences for the forces of aggression (the coalition), and it must bear the consequences of that.”

Today, the Al-Masirah channel, speaking for “Ansar Allah,” announced that 2 people were killed and 3 others wounded by a raid on the Arab Coalition on the main road in Maran district, Haidan district, southwest of Saada.



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