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President Mashat: New Tools of Occupation Should Review the History of October 14 Revolutionaries

News - Yemen: Yemen's President Mahdi Al-Mashat emphasized that the new tools of occupation should revisit the history of the October 14 revolutionaries who confronted British colonialism.

This came during his meeting with the residents of Al Baidha Governorate on Sunday, where he praised the role of the people of Al Baidha in facing various conspiracies and their resistance against attempts to empower terrorist organizations in the governorate.

President Al-Mashat explained that the Yemeni people's stance on the Palestinian issue is at the forefront of Arab positions, pointing out that the aggression faced by Yemen nine years ago aimed to make them submissive, similar to these Arab regimes.

He affirmed that the enemy will fail in Yemen and in Palestine, and all the exaggerations and threats against the Islamic resistance in Palestine are merely attempts to boost the enemy's dwindling morale.

The October 14 Revolution is a revolution launched in 1963 in South Yemen against British colonialism, which ruled the region for more than a century.

The beginnings of Emirati and Saudi intervention in the South in 2015, started with the establishment of military formations and the creation of political and tribal faces loyal to these two countries to achieve their goals, are similar to what the British did when they occupied the city of Aden in 1839.

The presence of the UAE and Saudi Arabia today also appears similar to the recent period of British presence in the South, which began to end with protests and strikes, before the factions of the national movement took up arms and forcibly expelled the British occupiers in 1967.

Since Saudi Arabia and the UAE entered the war in Yemen under the leadership of "the coalition" more than nine years ago, they have consistently emulated the British role and sought to replicate the British experience in the South.

In 2015, Saudi and Emirati forces entered the city of Aden from Bir Ali, citing the need to repel the "Houthi-Iranian" intervention and secure international navigation. It didn't take long after the arrival of these forces for the new British-style experiment to take shape.

The Saudi-Emirati ambition in Yemen faced a southern awakening, which began on the island of Socotra when thousands protested against turning the island into a dependency of Abu Dhabi. Then came the uprising of the people of Al-Mahra in July, demanding sovereignty over the province and rejecting foreign control over the city. The protests expanded to reach the city of Aden, where the UAE has deployed over thirty thousand local military personnel loyal to them.

Hundreds took to the streets demanding the departure of the "coalition" forces from the south, a situation that analysts have compared to the protests in the 1960s against British presence, which laid the foundation for armed struggle in the south.

#Yemen #Baidha #US-Saudi Aggression #Occupied Southern Governorates #President Mahdi Al-Mashat 23-10-16
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