Hizbullah Urges Instant Halt to 'Saudi-American Aggression' in Yemen

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Hizbullah on Thursday called for an immediate end to what it described as the “Saudi-American aggression” against Yemen, a day before a scheduled speech by party chief Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah.

"Hizbullah strongly condemns the Saudi-American aggression that targets the brotherly people of Yemen, its national army and its vital institutions," a statement from the group said.

Riyadh has said it assembled a coalition of more than 10 countries, including five Gulf monarchies, for the military operation to defend Yemeni President Abedrabbo Mansur Hadi's government. Washington said President Barack Obama had authorized the "provision of logistical and intelligence support" for the campaign.

The military move against the Shiite Huthi rebels in Yemen triggered fury from Riyadh's regional rival Iran, Hizbullah's main regional ally, with officials in Tehran warning that the military action threatened to spill over into other countries.

Slamming “the participation of some Arab and non-Arab countries in this aggression and their political cover for it,” the party warned that “this Saudi-led adventure that lacks wisdom and legitimate and legal justifications is driving the region towards further tensions and threats that will affect its present and future.”

It described the military operation as “a blatant aggression against people seeking to obtain an independent decision, without hegemony from any state, whether regionally or internationally.”

Accordingly, Hizbullah called on “Saudi Arabia and its allies” to “stop this unjust aggression immediately and unconditionally.”

“This aggression secures the U.S. interests and gives a generous gift to the Zionist enemy and its choices,” the party added.

It also noted that “this brute aggression represents a chance for the sons of the Yemeni people to unite, show domestic solidarity and reach a comprehensive political solution that preserves their country and guarantees its unity and territorial integrity without any foreign interference.”

Later on Thursday, state-run National News Agency said Hizbullah chief Nasrallah is scheduled to deliver a televised speech Friday at 8:30 pm that will tackle "the latest developments in Lebanon and the region."


Comments 42
Thumb ex-fpm 26 March 2015, 17:32

Hizbullah and its Huthi copy-cats call for the death of America and Israel yet all they do is kill their own arab brothers in Syria, Yemen, Iraq, and Syria.

Thumb tric.portugal 26 March 2015, 17:34

Russian Cristhians must send militares to Lebanon to protect the Cristhianity in Lebanon! it´s oficial, by the last international movements of Hariri, that the saudi takfir gonna atack military hz in Lebanon with the help of Al-Nusra and Israel ! after the persecution of Cristhian in Iraque and Syria promoted by Qatar-Israel-Turkey and west friends...

Thumb ice-man 26 March 2015, 17:51

@Vasco da Gama: How is portugal these days my friend?

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 17:57

Hey Norma/ita -iceman..nice to see you in your change of thobe!

how long before you know if KSA will accept you as a permanent resident
I hear they respect women & cross dressers like you...Best of luck with your application to your new found freedom land.

Missing coolmec 26 March 2015, 17:57

tric porrtugal is also Irani above..lol

Thumb tric.portugal 26 March 2015, 18:01

like Lebanon! waiting for the "explosion"...

Thumb ice-man 26 March 2015, 18:09

Hello, how are you today? I heard you got that promotion at KFC and found yourself an one bedroom apartment. I am so happy for you. I knew you could do it, so proud of you:)

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 18:42

Thank you thank you, Norma/ita -iceman....But I'm more happy for your new destination, where they love women & cross dressers rights.

I can just imagine you changing into diff thobes as you change from Norma/ita into iceman.

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 19:22

Not sure, maybe you can ask for me, since you know about payments for posting..

Thumb eagledawn 26 March 2015, 19:23

the sad thing is this troll really thinks he is a roaring lion:)))

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 19:34

You're about to fly with those wings on your GIF, right?

lol@ the gif child.

Thumb freedomarch 26 March 2015, 21:49

Hey kid are you in Portugal or a small island in Africa that happens to be Portuguese colony in the padt?

Thumb freedomarch 26 March 2015, 21:51

Hey kid are you in Portugal or a small island in Africa that happens to be Portuguese colony in the past?

Thumb Mystic 26 March 2015, 17:35

The honorable Ansarallah fighters will fight back the Wahabis to the end. Their inspiration by Imam Khomeini R.A has risen to new heights. I am sure their spirit will succeed in the upcoming battle for a cancer free wahabi middle east.

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 17:50

Why are you so happy tex? This is what most decent folk were hoping for.

KSA to get involved directly....Lets hope they & Iran meet & sort this out.

Lets see who is willing to go all the way & who stands to lose more.
Keep it rocking KSA & please don;t stop.
Time for the region to change.

Missing greatpierro 26 March 2015, 18:15

Mystic you have it all wrong. I understand that you can be against the wahhabis. No sane person can back the obscurantism of the wahhabis. However, the solution as to call for the shiite backed by iran to fight against the wahhabis is not the right way. First, Iranian wilayet al Fakih is using the dames methods of the wahhabis to maintain its power in Iran rather than opening up to a democratic regime. Second, the manoeuvres led by Iran supporting shia against sunnis can only lead to confrontation and antagonism among the sunnis and the shia. What we see today is the exact consequences of the acts of the iranian shiite revolution.
We need to have less extremism, we need to have a saudi that is more democratic and less extremist. But we also need a more democratic iran and especially an iran that is not conducting an imperialist policy in the region.

Missing peace 26 March 2015, 18:18

this will make miss tick brain bug....


Missing ArabDemocrat.com 26 March 2015, 19:40

Mystic - Why do you not tell people the full title of Khomeini ... The miracle of God, the spirit of God, the supreme leader

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 17:54

But you supported the same thing in Syria, tex...now you want to protect the regime when it suits you?

Intellectual consistency is lacking with you & m14ers.

Missing peace 26 March 2015, 18:08

funny that M8 never supported the popular uprising in syria but support the houthis...

intellectual consistency is lacking even more with you and M8ers....

Missing peace 26 March 2015, 18:10

and iran also allied with al Qaeda in yemen to fight the gvt.... LOL

Missing peace 26 March 2015, 18:14



Missing coolmec 26 March 2015, 17:58

I know you are tric Portugal
From the way you spelled Cristhian...lol
Congrats! you joined the club of frequent name changes...lol

Missing theobserver 26 March 2015, 18:12

"Hizbullah strongly condemns the Saudi-American aggression that targets the brotherly people of Yemen, its national army and its vital institutions,"

aren't the houthis who were attacking the yemen army ?

Thumb Elemental 26 March 2015, 18:20

Hypocritical, as they are no better...what a joke. But, it's ok for their bretheren to overthrow the government there? And isn't that what you're doing more calculatingly in Lebanon? What's with you foreigners and your shameful ways.

Missing peace 26 March 2015, 18:24

houthis or ISIS are different sides of the same coin of extremism... and yet M8ers support the houthis...
meaning that M8ers support terrorists as long as they are with iran...

Default-user-icon ur (Guest) 26 March 2015, 18:50

"This doesn't have much to do with the United States"... But FT Hizbullah calls it Saudi-American aggression, sorry to break this to you my friend but the United States and America are the very same.

Default-user-icon re: (Guest) 26 March 2015, 19:08

By refusing to come to the negotiation table and using the air force to bomb Aden, Ali Abdullah Saleh and his Iranian sponsored Houthis allies crossed a red line. This should bring everybody to the table.

Missing ArabDemocrat.com 26 March 2015, 19:09

Irani - go and pull some trics in Portugal. Thanks God that most people in the region do not think like you.

Missing ArabDemocrat.com 26 March 2015, 19:12

Who do these governments think they are? A militia like Hezbollah who has a God given right to intervene - even in support of a monstrous regime like Assad.

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 19:21

That's what they say here in the west..but actually its

A good Muslim is a dead Muslim....don't change it.

Thumb eagledawn 26 March 2015, 19:24

past your bed time kiddo

Thumb the_roar 26 March 2015, 19:29

Not just yet, Grandpa...watch your step on the way out & watch the door don't hit ya also.

Default-user-icon Michel Aoun (Guest) 26 March 2015, 19:43

the_roar you say grandpa as if it was a bad word

Thumb fadi_albeiruti 27 March 2015, 01:50

Isn't amazing how garbage like you live in the west and enjoy the quality of life the west provides you and your loved ones yet you criticize the west every chance you get, Iran is a better destination for people like you.

Thumb tric.portugal 26 March 2015, 20:50

when the Lebanon Army join forces to fight with the Syrian Arab Army the takfir Killers of the Cristhians in Levant !!!??

Missing people-power 26 March 2015, 21:24

The houthie militias failed so bad in Tikrit, they have been pushed aside as a condition of begging for help from Amrika.


Missing people-power 26 March 2015, 21:27

I think Qassem is going to get bitch-slapped back in Tehran due to his failure in Tikrit

Missing helicopter 27 March 2015, 02:49

Hizbullah Urges Instant Halt to 'Saudi-American Aggression' in Yemen.........

Nasrallah complaining about :Aggression", I find that funny. The peace loving Nasrallah never exhibited any aggression towards anyone. He always preached if your enemy slaps you on one cheek turn the other cheek.

Thumb -phoenix1 27 March 2015, 11:53

Hezbollah does make interesting declarations, like the one concerning the latest developments in Yemen, yet Hezbollah seems more content with keep continuing what it's doing, meddle in Syria, meddle in several other countries. Hezbollah also does not seem to be bothered by Iran's role in the Middle East nor does it have the tongue to say anything either. But when anyone opposes Hezbollah or its Iranian patron, the books of accusations will fly wide open. Well, in Yemen it was only a matter of time for the Gulf States to react and now that they are reacting, we are seeing how much firepower they can deploy in no time. However, having said that does not preclude the fact that the Middle East is now entering an extremely delicate and difficult stage, the wild elements of war can never be predicted no matter what, except to fear the worst.

Missing mark 27 March 2015, 14:12

To Hassan NAZiRael: the most terrorist animal in the world: Shut up

Thumb shab 27 March 2015, 18:37

Filthy murdering militia