Yemen Revolution Leader calls for Sudanese withdrawal from Yemen




Yemen’s Revolution Leader Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi called on Friday upon the Sudanese government to withdraw its troops by halting its participation in the Saudi-led campaign that targets the Yemeni people.  

The call came in a televised speech aired by the state satellite TV on Friday night.

“I call on the dear Sudanese people to compel their government into not sending anymore troops to fight the Yemeni people,” Sayyed al-Houthi said.

The Yemeni leader al-Houthi said that the Sudanese people are “dear brethren” of the Yemeni people, pointing his blame at the Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir for being “greedy for Saudi money.”

“But because of the Saudi money, the Sudanese president is sending the Sudanese army as mercenaries to fight the Yemeni people in the interest of the Saudi and UAE regimes,” leader al-Houthi continued.

He also said “Saudi Arabia and UAE are no more than tools at the hands of the United States… they are implementing a U.S. agenda to divide the unity of our people and our country… and in response, we will fight back to free our homeland from those foreign invaders.”

The leader al-Houthi praised the achievements of the Yemeni Army and the Ballistic Missile Forces for their patriotic role in defending the country against the Saudi-led ruthless war.

“If we leave this life to tyrants, who use force against people, then there will be no more peace in this world,” Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi said.