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The War in Yemen Enters its Fifth Year and the Anglo-American Conflicting Parties in Yemen are Still Gambling at the Expense of a Wounded People

The war in Yemen entered its fifth year; on March 26, 2015, the Saudi-led coalition intervened and launched the Operation Decisive Storm against the people of Yemen under the pretext of restoring the legitimacy that the Houthis have seized by taking over Sanaa and placing President Hadi and his government under house arrest until he managed to flee to Aden. The warplanes, controlled by the Houthis, then bombed his palace in Aden and he managed to escape to Oman, then to Saudi Arabia, where he communicated with a senior British official on the road near the border of Oman, and two planes were sent to him to deport him to Salalah, as Hadi had confessed himself more than once in televised interviews. The head of the national security apparatus, Al-Ahmadi, appointed by Hadi, and who accompanied him on that trip also confessed to this information.

Thus, Yemen entered the midst of a futile war, and the people of Yemen only reaped destruction, ruins, bloodshed and the provocation of a rotten strife. The United Nations intervened to find a solution to the conflict in Yemen, but it made matters worse, because its role is to secure America’s interests in Yemen, and has become clear how it supports the Houthis and works to save them, legalize for them and deal with them with care.

This is what America wants, which gave the green light to the Operation Decisive Storm carried out by Saudi Arabia in Yemen and with the coalition countries, only to save the Houthis after their dispersion in the country and their political failure at the time, while the British agents, carried out an ambuscade, against them due to the lack of public support to them, which made America allow this war that is apparently against them in order to give them authority through it and shower them with victimization to be seen as oppressed by the world after being unjust.

The Houthis became a parallel party to the so-called legitimacy party, where they were able through the war to eliminate their opponent Ali Saleh, the British agent, who pretended to ally with them and was planning to attack them whenever he had the opportunity, but Saudi Arabia failed him and dialogued with the Houthis in southern Dhahran and ignored him and his party.

It also targeted the Hall of Condolence in the Great Hall in Sanaa, in which were leaders affiliated with the Houthis, planned with the United Arab Emirates, the British agent, to play the role of a third party, which was prepared for taking over the cities and weapons if the parties agreed to a political resolution under the UN Resolution 2216, exploiting the American initiative at the time, presented by John Kerry in Riyadh to resolve the Yemeni crisis, which proposed the handing over of cities and weapons to a third party. The statements of Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, Vice President of Hadi, after the death of Ali Saleh by the Houthis, were similar to this. The Houthis also blamed the UAE for supporting Ali Saleh and its participation in drawing up a plan to take over Sanaa, broadcasting it in their media after the killing of Ali Saleh.

The Anglo-American conflict in Yemen has become clear to every observer interested in studying the causes of the conflict, its motivations and those behind it.

The Houthis accuse Britain of seeking to ignite the war in Yemen and divert their anger towards it and the UAE, while directing political messages to the United States and the US congressional decision to stop the sale of arms to Saudi Arabia, which they also flirt with, especially in the statements of their foreign minister Hussein al-Azi days ago.

The people of Yemen have had enough with this unfair and unjust war and they have had enough with the actions of the criminals who are conflicting internationally, regionally and locally. But the sense of injustice alone is not enough unless it is followed by the work of radical change that uproots the colonial hegemony, its waste and its tools, whatever nationality it may be, and we in Hizb ut Tahrir/ Wilayah of Yemen call our people of Yemen to work with us to stop this war by working to arbitrate the law of Allah and make it the judge for disputes through establishing the Khilafah State (Caliphate) on the method of the Prophethood, which practically implements the provisions of Islam. It is the State in which will be their reunion, it will heal their wounds and save themselves and their families from what has befallen them of wretchedness, misery and bloodshed, especially that these days we live the anniversary of the destruction of the Caliphate by the British and their agents of the Arabs and the Turks, on 28 Rajab 1342 AH, corresponding to 3 March 1924. We invite you, oh people of faith and wisdom, to work for the establishment of the Khilafah on the method of the Prophethood, so be its supporters, as were your ancestors of the Ansaar of Al-Aws and Khazraj, who, through their support and in their land, the first State of Islam was established.

وَلَيَنصُرَنَّ اللَّهُ مَن يَنصُرُهُ إِنَّ اللَّهَ لَقَوِيٌّ عَزِيزٌ

“And Allah will most certainly succour him who suc­cours His cause: for, verily, Allah is most powerful, almighty”

[Al-Hajj:22]

 

Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir in Wilayah Yemen

Saturday, 23rd Rajab 1440 AH

30/03/2019 CE

No: HTY- 1440 / 14

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