In his speech via video, during the rally in the capital, Sana’a, on the occasion of the International Quds Day, Khaled Al-Batsh said: from Al-Quds and from occupied Palestine, we send our greetings to our people, the great Yemeni people, indicating that the Yemeni people support Palestine in all stations.
He added: We from Gaza and from the borders of the occupied homeland send our greetings to the Islamic Republic of Iran and all their positions towards Palestine and support for the resistance.
He confirmed the continuation of the resistance and Jihad against the Israeli enemy, saying: “We are here and from the land of Palestine, we will proceed carrying weapons, and we have no choice but to confront the battle.”
Al-Batsh continued, saying: The International Quds Day is a day for the oppressed. It is a day for freedom.
Speaking to the Yemeni People he added, “Today, our missiles, launchers, and our policy intersect for the liberation of Palestine. We and you are on a date with victory with the liberation of Quds and the expulsion of the invading occupiers.”
He reiterated the absolute rejection of all settlement projects imposed by the US on the peoples of the region in order to pass the legitimacy of the occupier.
He also called on the whole nation to support the Palestinian people and to send arms and money to the resistance.
Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets for the Quds Day rally in the capital Sana’a to show solidarity with the Palestinians Under the slogan "Al-Quds is the hub", condemning Israeli atrocities against them.
Earlier, the Leader of the Revolution Sayyed Abdulmalik Al-Houthi had called, Thursday evening, on Yemeni people to participate in the Quds Day.
"Coming out en masse in the Quds Day rallies will express Yemenis faithful identity and will be an extension of the position of the supporters of the Messenger of Allah."
Every year on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan, worldwide rallies are held to commemorate the Palestinian people’s resistance against Israel and their struggle to liberate their territories, which have been occupied by Israel for decades.
The annual event is seen as an opportunity for freedom-seeking people across the world, regardless of faith, to voice their support for the Palestinian cause and vent their anger against the apartheid regime in Tel Aviv, which has occupied Palestinian territories since 1967.
The International Quds Day is among the legacies of the late founder of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Imam Khomeini, who is revered as a spiritual leader by Muslims across the world. Back in 1979, shortly after leading an Islamic Revolution which toppled the US-backed Shah of Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini named the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan the Quds Day.#Sanaa #International Quds Day about 15 min
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