During his visit to Dhamar Governorate, President Mashat expressed the significance of the situation, not just for Yemenis but for the broader Muslim community. He decried the recent attack on the al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza, condemning the actions of the Zionist entity and those supporting it, including the United States.
He went on saying that Israel exercises influence over the United States, holding the American administration responsible for Israeli actions. Al-Mashat criticized the submission of official Arab leadership in the face of American support for Israel.
"When the US Secretary of State comes to Tel Aviv and states that he came not as a US Secretary of State but as a Jew, why do you bow your heads in submission after this statement? What are you waiting for, Arab leaders, after this stance?," he said.
He urged Arab leaders to act decisively, emphasizing that mere condemnation is insufficient in the face of the severe crimes in Gaza. He questioned the role of the International Criminal Court and called for Arab leaders to take a stance that will be remembered in history.
The President also encouraged the people to stand up for their rights and not accept the allegiance of their leaders to those who put them in power. He warned the Zionist entity that its crimes would not deter the resolve of the Palestinian people.
President Mashat emphasized that the Arab and Islamic communities will not remain silent in the face of these injustices, calling for a spirit of resistance against humiliation and injustice.
Al-Mashat further emphasized, "As Arabs and Muslims, we must nurture the spirit of revolution, freedom, resistance, struggle, and sacrifice within us. If we fail to act now, the tragedies we witness on our screens will soon reach every capital and every nation."
He called for widespread demonstrations and marches in all cities, urging everyone to actively participate and take a clear stance in this battle. He underlined that anyone who remains passive or silent becomes complicit in the global Zionist agenda that harms the people of Gaza.
The President affirmed that the Zionist enemy's aggression will not cease, as it continues its hostilities against the Palestinians even during Arab summits. Thus, only a united and responsible action by Arab and Muslim nations can compel this enemy to halt its actions, making it realize that there will be consequences for its crimes.
He pointed out that the Al-Aqsa Storm operation serves as an inspiring example, convincing many that this usurping entity will ultimately disappear, with the help of God.
Regarding the solution, he stressed that it lies in the return of Zionist settlers to their countries of origin in Europe and America, not in the displacement of the Palestinian people from their homeland. He strongly condemned any attempts at normalization in the region, as it legitimizes Israel's existence, which is, according to the Quran, destined to perish.
The President continued, "It is more honorable for advocates of normalization to acknowledge that Palestine is a symbol of Arabism and Islam, and it will remain so, even if they betray and normalize."
He added that the crimes committed by the enemy entity, including the recent incident at the Baptist Hospital, were sadly expected from those who have been described as murderers and criminals in the Quran. However, he expressed more significant disappointment with the collaborating governments that have taken such positions.
He concluded, "We witnessed the visit of the gay leader, Biden, to the region. I assert that gays belong in prisons, far from our moral and ethical values as Arabs and Muslims."
The President extended a message to the people of Palestine, stating, "Despite global and Arab abandonment, Yemenis, a people of faith and wisdom, will remain steadfast in their support for Palestine, Islam, and Arab identity."#Yemen #Palestine #Israel #President Mahdi Al-Mashat about week
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