Today, Wednesday, Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi expressed his despair of bringing peace to Yemen after his death at the hands of the Houthi rebels.
Hadi said in a speech he addressed to the Yemeni people at home and abroad on the occasion of the 58th anniversary of the glorious October 14 revolution, which was followed by the “Yemeni Scene”, that “peace is being killed in Yemen by the Houthi militia and behind it the unlimited Iranian support, which the whole world stands before it without movement.”
He pointed out that “peace efforts are turning day after day in the minds of the Yemeni people into intangible efforts and statements that do not stop terrorism, do not prevent more killing and destruction, and only achieve recklessness and tampering by that militia.”
He pointed out that “the continuation of these militias with killing, attack, siege, violence and terrorism clearly defines their position on peace, the efforts of the United Nations and the initiatives proposed for peace.”
He stressed that “faithfulness to the revolutions of the twenty-sixth of September and the fourteenth of October requires our people throughout the country to close ranks, gather the diaspora, and unite the word to confront this destructive project, this tyrannical gang, and those barbaric ideas that are based on dynastic, ethnic and sectarian culture.”