The “Houthi” credit exceeds the Arab and Gulf leaders

Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, the leader of the Houthi movement in Yemen, continues to dominate the Arab and Islamic scene. He not only defends his war-torn country, which has been under siege for the past nine years, but from the gate of Al-Aqsa. He has decided to challenge all odds and overcome all obstacles to join the sacred battle as the Israeli occupation, and America and the West behind it, continue to desecrate its lands, violating its sanctities, and shedding the blood of its people amid complete Arab and Islamic silence.

Exclusive / Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:

Al-Houthi has made the decision to join the “Al-Aqsa Flood,” which the Palestinian resistance started. Brigadier General Yahya Saree, the military forces spokesman, formally declared the battle. His sole motivation is Arab honor and the urgent need to support his brethren oppressed by a relentless enemy and abandoned by their friends, and the brother tightened the screws on them.

Al-Houthi doesn’t care about the multiple fronts encircling the parts of northern Yemen that he controls or the regional and global plots that have been concocted against him. Furthermore, he pays no attention to the privileges offered by the US and the West in exchange for his silence and neutrality. The threats from powerful nations that have stationed their battleship fleets along his coasts have not deterred him. Rather, he marches with assurance toward his long-awaited objective, “Death to Israel,” which his young movement has always repeated since its founding, and which has also been a centerpiece of the struggle against it since its birth at the beginning of the new millennium.

As both the US and Israel have admitted, Al-Houthi struck as many targets as he could within the depths of the Israeli occupation. He used ballistic missiles and drones to attack the occupied cities, especially Eilat, which is situated on the Red Sea. According to military analysts in Sana’a, he did not hide that he had a lot in store for escalation during the coming period if the Israeli American onslaught and its crimes against the people of Gaza were not stopped. The days will truly confirm this from Bab Al-Mandab to Eilat.

Many both inside and outside of Yemen, including his opponents, are proud of the Houthi leader’s unique shift in his stance, which is unprecedented in the history of Arab and Islamic countries since the 1970s. In the last few hours, his name has taken center stage on social media platforms. Up to this point, tweets expressing thanks, praise, and glorification have been flooding in from Arab and Islamic audiences, and with just a simple browsing of social networking sites, the reader is astonished by the volume of these messages.

Al-Houthi has no gains other than supporting the oppressed in Palestine, as he emphasizes in his speeches, and his lessons in internal lectures for his followers reinforce this. At this time, his only concern is for Gaza and the rest of the Palestinian territories to remain dear, liberated, and able to overcome the scourges of decades of destruction, war, and settlement. These goals have left his adversaries no room for analysis or prediction, as they had bet on his inability to stand against Israel, the US, the West, and dozens of Arab and Gulf states that have collectively waged wars against him for over 8 years, all of which culminated in his military victory, crushing them politically and emptying them morally.

Al-Houthi’s declaration of joining the “Aqsa Flood” battle is not merely for media attention or showmanship, and the results of the first attacks were not limited to terrorizing the enemy and distracting attention, according to the confession of its forces’ spokesman. Rather, more importantly, they have revived the spirit of resistance among a broad spectrum of Arab and Islamic peoples. This might serve as an additional impetus to awaken Arab and Islamic forces and regimes that, until recently, feared openly supporting the Palestinian resistance or criticizing the occupation’s crimes.

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