Hizbullah Secretary General His Eminence Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah sent on Friday a clear message to the Saudi kingdom by saying: Enough for Aggression.
Addressing the huge crowd of people at Sayyed Shuhadda complex in Dahyieh [Southern Suburbs of Beirut] under the title, "Rally for Supporting Yemen: A Word of Right in Face of a Brutal Tyrant", Sayyed Nasrallah declared that Hizbullah's position is not the position of deaf hearts.
"We declare our rejection and condemnation to the US-Saudi aggression on Yemen as we reiterate our solidarity and sympathy with the oppressed people of Yemen," he said.
In parallel, His Eminence stated: "Nothing will stop us, neither repercussions nor threats, from declaring our condemnation to the US-Saudi aggression on Yemen and our support and solidarity with the people of Yemen."
According to Sayyed Nasrallah: "It is our human, jihadist and religious duty to take this stance and all the sons of this nation must reassess their responsibilities and take the appropriate stance. Intimidation or threats will not prevent us from continuing to declare our condemnation of the aggression against Yemen."
"They say it's a war of Arabs. However, have the Arab people authorized them to wage a war on Yemen? This is a war against an Arab people."
On the anniversary of the "Israeli" 1996 "Grapes of Wrath aggression on Lebanon", Sayyed Nasrallah said: "We stand with reverence before the sacrifices of our people in Lebanon, especially in its South. The Zionist enemy waged the Grapes of Wrath aggression against Lebanon with Arab and Western blessing and our army and resistance stood in its face."
"This paved the way for the 2000 victory, which transferred Arabs from the era of defeat to the era of victories," he asserted.
Responding to the Saudi claims for the reasons of the aggression, Sayyed Nasrallah clarified that "the war's real objective is restoring the Saudi-American hegemony over Yemen, as I have already announced."
In addition, His Eminence called those who talk about the so-called "War of Arabs", "look to their [Yemeni people's] dialect, language, eloquence, nobility, courage, generosity and presence, if the Yemeni people were not from the Arabs, who are the Arabs?"
"No one accepts to label the events in Yemen as a Shiite-Sunni war other than those who are controlled by money," he mentioned, noting that "Yemenis do not need to prove their Arab or Islamic identity and those invading Yemen today must seek to verify their Arab identity."
Moreover, the Resistance Leader wondered: "Does defending the Yemeni people means to kill the Yemenis?"
"They are saying that they are defending the Yemeni state. They are doing this through bombing the state's administrations, airports, ports and military bases. Is this how you defend the state?"
On this level, Sayyed Nasrallah stressed: "They said that the war's objective is to defend the Yemeni people. They are defending the Yemeni people through an air and sea blockade against 42 million Yemenis, who are being left without food, water or medical aid."
On the claims that the US-Saudi aggression was waged to protect the Holy mosques in al-Madina and Macca, His Eminence asked: "Who is threatening the Two Holy Mosques? Ansarullah? The Yemenis? I can confirm to you that there is a threat against the Two Holy Mosques, but it is coming from Daesh [ISIL], which after declaring a caliphate in Mosul announced that it will demolish the Holy Kaaba."
"After the founding king seized control of Hijaz, his Wahhabi followers - inspired by their culture - demolished all historic artifacts that have to do with the Prophet in April 1926," he mentioned.
Moreover, Hizbullah Secretary General wondered: "Where did the ideology of the groups that are destroying societies and countries come from? From which school of thought and books? From whose culture and fatwas? Who is spreading this ideology across the world? Who is building schools all over the world to teach Muslim youths this destructive, takfiri ideology? Very clearly it is Saudi Arabia. It is using the pilgrimage revenues in the process."
In addition, Sayyed Nasrallah highlighted: "They claimed that the objective is to prevent the arrival of the Yemeni army and People's Committees to Aden, but failed."
"They said that the goal of the aggression is to prevent the arrival of the army to the rest of the provinces and that also failed, and the provinces have become in the hands of the Yemeni army and al-Qaeda retreated. They said that the goal is to break the will of the Yemeni people and to subject it to conditions, but the Yemenis showed a great steadfastness."
He further said: "Remember the July War and observe the resemblance. A fierce media campaign was waged, but we "the adventurers" emerged victorious. It is the same war, same thinking and same management and the outcome will be the same."
"Does anyone believe that this war's objective is to return Abedrabbo Mansour to the presidency?" His Eminence questioned.
On another note, Sayyed Nasrallah hailed the Yemeni people and the revolutionary leadership of Ansar Allah, "This Great Leader Sayyed Abdul-Malik Badriddine al-Houthi, now has the chance to attack and infiltrate into Saudi Arabia. However, he doesn't because he is performing what is called a strategic patience."
He also predicted that the only outcome of the Saudi offensive is failure: "After 28 days of aerial and naval bombardment, fierce airstrikes and all forms of intelligence and logistical support that were offered by the Americans, there has been failure to return Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi to Yemen, as he is still in Riyadh."
To the Saudis, Sayyed Nasrallah said: "The tribal community doesn't forget its victims ... Because of this aggression, Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi has lost any chance to return to the presidency, and any political settlement cannot return him to the presidency."
"Yemenis so far did not go to their true choices. Till now the Yemenis did nothing. But you [the Saudis] have reached to the end of the line. You have no solution but to go to a ground invasion."
As His Eminence clarified that the ground offensive is futile and the aggressors' defeat is obvious, he urged the Yemenis to only depend on their resilience, which will defeat the aggression. "They must also prepare for a political solution but the war must stop first."
As for the consequences of the aggression, Sayyed Nasrallah confirmed that the intervention countered the desired outcome by aggravating the threat against Saudi Arabia.
"You turned a possible threat to an absolute one. You have taken yourself towards greater threats," he said, addressing the Saudi regime.
"It's going to take time for Saudi Arabia to realize that the Yemeni people will not kneel," he asserted, and pointed out that "but at the moment, no one is listening to calls for a political settlement and calls for dialogue."
Meanwhile, Hizbullah Secretary General emphasized that "the Saudis have failed to turn the confrontation into a domestic confrontation between the North and the South, and the result was a national posture in the face of the aggression."
"I do not want to open old files. What did the "kingdom of goodness" do in the Lebanese civil war in 1982, 1984 and 2006?"
On the international level, Sayyed Nasrallah confirmed that "most voices in the world have demanded an end to the war and called for a political solution."
He advised those leading this war to show modesty and seek an exit. "It's time to talk clearly, not a war by proxy. The Saudi Ambassador in Washington declared a war, and the Saudi army bombards, destroys, and kills."
His Eminence also added: "Although we call for a political solution. It is time for the Muslims, Arabs and the world to stand and to tell the Saudis: Enough."
"It's about time Muslims and Arabs told Saudi Arabia enough is enough."
To the Saudi people, Sayyed Nasrallah explained that "all what we want for Saudi Arabia is security and prosperity and we want stability for its people."
However, he called for rescuing Yemen from this tragedy.
Commenting on Pakistan's refrain from joining the US-Saudi strikes against the Yemeni people, he thanked the Pakistani government over its refusal to join the war.
In parallel, His Eminence called on Pakistan and the Egyptian leadership not to be partners in the war, "the same as they along with India prevented the demolition of the Holy Prophet's grave in 1920."
"I thank Syria today the same as I thanked it on March 8, 2005. Thank you for remaining resilient and thank you for not surrendering."
On the Iranian position from the aggression against Yemen, the Resistance Leader revealed that "Iran is ready and it believes in dialogue with the Islamic states and with Saudi Arabia, but the latter is being stubborn because it has failed in all countries - in Iraq, Syria and Lebanon - and it is seeking a success before going to the table of negotiations."
On the internal Front, Sayyed Nasrallah called on some parties in Lebanon not to do wrong calculations and not to prematurely declare the victory of the Firmness Storm campaign. "We do not want to have a dispute over Yemen in Lebanon."
"Yemen, will be like Syria, let us have our own thoughts, and let us express our differences. We want to live together, continue together and work together. We should work together, like we did to protect Lebanon from the conflict in Syria, in order to protect Lebanon from a spillover from Yemen," he concluded.
Source: al-Ahed news