The Head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohamed Ali al-Houthi said that the Arab popular discontent over the Saudi regime will grow to include all the people in the globe.
In a statement issued on Monday, he said that the Arab popular rejection of the Saudi crown prince’s visit to Tunisia is fruitful and that it came in a suitable time.
Al-Houthi added that “keeping silent on tyranny increases tyranny even more”.
In his statement, Mohammed al-Houthi welcomed Arab voices against the Saudi monarchy, considering them as evidence of the sense of freedom of those who voiced complaints, as well as their refusal to be bribed in exchange for silence towards aggression.
“We urge that the voice should remain high against every criminal who kills the human soul, and does not respect the independence of the people,” al-Houthi said, stressing that any measure used by coalition leaders to restore their image other than stop the aggression against Yemen would not be feasible.
Mohammed al-Houthi’s statement also called on all Arab regimes to stand by the Yemeni people.
The Supreme Revolutionary Committee Head called on the Saudi-led coalition to stop its genocidal war against the Yemeni people, adding that “all pretexts have fallen in front of the voice of the peace that all people and nations, as well as we, are calling for.”