The first comment from an Ansar Allah leader on their classification as “terrorists” by America

Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, the leader of Ansar Allah, commented on Thursday on the US classification of the movement as “terrorists,” considering it a “ridiculous decision because it comes from an American, which has a black criminal history,” stressing that Sana’a would continue to confront American and British aggression and support the Palestinian people in Gaza.

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In a televised speech, Al-Houthi stated, “Washington classifies the peoples of the countries it attacks and kills as terrorists,” pointing out that “being in direct confrontation with the American, British, and Israeli forces does not frighten us at all; in fact, we find comfort in it.”

He considered the US classification a “great blessing to be in direct confrontation with the American, British, and Zionist forces, as they are accustomed to targeting us via others.” He emphasized that “America, Britain, and the Zionist entity are the trio of the axis of evil.”

The leader of Ansar Allah reaffirmed that “the US position against them would not affect, weaken, or intimidate us,” stating that they would continue to target ships associated with Israel and provide support through bombing to occupied Palestine until the aggression and siege on Gaza come to an end.

He said, “Our country will classify the American and British on the list of countries that protect, sponsor, and support Zionist terrorism,” pointing out that “Washington has entangled Germany in dangerous positions through its direct contribution to military support for the Zionist entity.”

Furthermore, he added, “The Americans want the seas to be secure for the arrival of their support and capabilities to the Israeli enemy while the Palestinian people are suffering from hunger,” noting that “the Palestinian people have the right to have a waterway in addition to the Egyptian port.”

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi affirmed that the people of Gaza have the right to have a waterway to the territory for the arrival of their essential needs through the sea, and it is their right for the imposed blockade to end and for food and medical supplies to flow in.

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