Secretary General of Hezbollah, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, has said that the true motivation behind the Saudi aggression on Yemen is the desire of Al Saud to dominate and subjugate it after they failed and lost any control over it, as they sensed that it now belongs to sovereign forces that cannot be dominated.
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In a speech on Friday, March 27, 2015, Nasrallah said it’s the right of the Yemeni people to defend themselves, calling for stopping the aggression and urging Arab leaders who will meet in Egypt to work towards that and push towards a political solution instead of being partners in shedding blood and destroying Yemen.
He noted that the Arab states that took part in the raids on Yemen remained idle throughout decades of Israeli aggression against the Palestinian and Arab people, and didn’t take the slightest action to stop Israel’s aggression.
Nasrallah said that the main problem with the Saudi regime is that it treats other people as if they were mere subjects, and that the Saudi regime and intelligence agencies are responsible for sending ISIS terrorists to Syria and Iraq, funding and arming these terrorists to destroy the two states, adding that the Saudis are also working to prevent a political solution in Syria and persist in the complicity to the killing of its people.
Source Nasrallah Beirut, SANA -