Yemen Slams Hizbullah 'Support of Huthis' in Letter to Bassil

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Yemeni Foreign Minister Khaled Hussein al-Yamani has protested alleged Hizbullah support for Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels, in a letter sent to his Lebanese counterpart Jebran Bassil.

“We in the Yemeni Republic reserve the right to present the matter to the Arab League, the Organization of the Islamic Conference and the U.N. Security Council,” Yamani warned.

He noted that “the party’s support for the Huthi militia appeared to be clear in the televised speech of (Hizbullah chief Sayyed Hassan) Nasrallah on June 29, 2018, in which he incited them to fight the Yemeni government forces, and expressed his ambition and that of his party's militants to fight in Yemen in favor of the coup.”

Nasrallah's speech, he said, “supported the Huthi militia against the internationally recognized legitimate authority, in a blatant interference in the internal affairs” of Yemen.

This “would seriously damage the interests of Yemen and its national security and would fuel the flames of war, which will continue to destabilize security and stability in the region,” al-Yamani warned.

And urging the Lebanese government to “rein in” Hizbullah “in line with the dissociation policy,” Yamani accused the Iran-backed party of “taking part in training, plotting and incitement” in support of the Huthi rebels.

In his speech, Nasrallah had denied that any of Hizbullah's fighters were killed in Yemen after recent claims by the Saudi-led coalition that it killed eight of its members there.

"We've recently said that for certain reasons and interests, we do not say whether we have a presence in Yemen," Nasrallah said during a televised address. 

"But whether we're there or not, I categorically deny that there are Hizbullah martyrs in Yemen -- not in the last few days nor in recent years," he said. 

Nasrallah has denied sending fighters or weapons to Yemen in the past. 

"Is there something else? We do not deny, we do not confirm," he said on June 29.

The Saudi-led coalition has repeatedly accused Hizbullah and its backer Iran of providing help to Huthi rebels, including ballistic missiles from Tehran that have targeted Saudi Arabia.

Iran denies arming the Huthis. 

Comments 17
Thumb s.o.s 12 days

The huthis, Hizbala must be neutralized asap. They’re Lebanon’s cancer and are also spreading to Yemen, Bahrain, &c.

Thumb justin 11 days

Mystic

Do you still cry when you remember Lavrov's words: "Damascus would have fallen in two weeks had it not been for Russian intervention"?

Thumb s.o.s 11 days

I wouldn’t do it quickly, I enjoy watching Israel taking down these terrorists one by one, just like when you pick Lillies . Plus watching them die with a smile (you’ll have to explain to the readers how you see their smiles when they look like braised Dongpo pork from a dodgy Beijin back alley). Slava Putin for making this happen, Slava Russia ! Hahaha

Thumb s.o.s 11 days

Mysticja, Assad is excellent now. He’s weak, at Putin’s mercy. The giraffe’s leash is actually 2475km long. That’s the distance between the master and its pet.

Thumb Mystic 11 days

By the way, Naharnet you distort the facts of what Sayed Hassan said about Yemen.
Here is the full clip what he said about Yemen with subtitles.

https://www.facebook.com/ResistanceNewsUnfiltered/videos/1780137108744147/

Thumb marcus 11 days

If you say so shia troll, if you say so.

Thumb s.o.s 11 days

“With Putin or not, we won“

LoL, Putin won, he earned Syria just like he earned Chechnya before and made Ramzan Kadyrov his #1 pet. What a zoo!

Read what Justin wrote: “Do you still cry when you remember Lavrov's words: "Damascus would have fallen in two weeks had it not been for Russian intervention"?

Thumb Mystic 11 days

s.o.s one thing is for sure.

You lost.

Thumb ice-man 11 days

Mystic MF ( My Friend )

Do you still tear up like I do when you remember Sayidna Al Hussain? I did 50 Latmiyat today in his memory; how many did you do?

Thumb chrisrushlau 11 days

How do you measure the death of Article 24 of the Lebanese Constitution which reserves half of Parliament for so-called Christians? By reading the comments here today.

Thumb i.report 10 days

La vengeance est un plat qui se mange froid!

Thumb eagledawn 12 days

Unconditional surrender is all the Shia Huthis will get.
They think they are in a position of strength?

This is not 2011, 12, 14, 15. The Huthis are not in their prime anymore, they are nearing their complete demise and annihilation, which they well deserved.

They must accept their deaths or surrender, there is no in between. Unless they want to go to Dahieh; the Shia disney land.

Thumb joebustani 12 days

bless anyone person, entity, organization, brigade or country that inflicts extreme pain and unbearable suffering, death, torture, and destruction upon the iranian sectarian terrorist militia and its members, sponsors, supporters or followers wherever they may be.

Thumb janoubi 11 days

"Yemen Slams Hizbullah 'Support of Huthis' in Letter to Bassil"

What is going on? Doesn't the Yemeni Foreign Minister know that Bassil, Hariri, and Aoun have a dissociation policy that dissociates Lebanon from all of Hezbollah's terror activities?

Thumb marcus 11 days

'in Letter to Bassil'.... lol

Thumb tric.portugal 11 days

Yemeni Foreign Minister Khaled Hussein al-Yamani has protested alleged Hizbullah support for Yemen's Iran-backed Huthi rebels, in a letter sent to his Lebanese counterpart Jebran Bassil.
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Saudis send a letter via Yemen to Bassil !!??? ....

Thumb whyaskwhy 10 days

Tric the road is safe outside to play now....