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Publish Date : 2021/03/30 03:46
Why is the Saudi ceasefire plan with Yemen a big lie?
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Why is the Saudi ceasefire plan with Yemen a big lie?


Al-Saud, who launched an offensive against Yemen six years ago with the UAE with the direct support of the Obama administration, the Zionist regime and Britain, may never have imagined that he would one day be forced to offer a ceasefire to reduce casualties deep inside his territory.

NOURNEWS - Less than two weeks ago, Saudi Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan announced a ceasefire between the invading coalition forces and the Yemenis.
Although this plan was propagated with the help of a large number of media outlets, but as expected, it was not reliable and therefore the Yemeni army and people's forces did not accept it.
Undoubtedly, the most important reason for the firing by the aggressor Saudi regime can be considered the increase of Saudi Arabia's vulnerability in the depths of its territory on the one hand and the whitewashing of the black case of Saudi crimes on the other hand.
Al-Saud, centered on Mohammed bin Salman, who launched an aggression against Yemen six years ago with the UAE with the direct support of the Obama administration, the Zionist regime and Britain, may never have imagined that he would one day be forced to offer firearms to reduce casualties.
It is very clear that the announcement of such a plan by Riyadh, contrary to the false propaganda of human rights, was done only for fear of further humiliation of the Saudi-Emirati aggressors in the Yemeni battle, and there is no benevolent intention in it.
The dimensions of this plan clearly show the evil intentions of the Saudi regime and its Western-Zionist supporters, in which Riyadh, with the aim of inducing the Yemeni crisis to be internalized, called for mediation between Yemeni internal groups, while Saudi Arabia itself is the main root of aggression against Yemen. The plan makes no mention of the aggressive nature of Saudi Arabia.
The plan comes as Yemenis have the upper hand in the war, and in addition to missile and drone operations at Saudi military bases and strategic airports, the war in Ma'rib is being fought in favor of Ansar al-Islam and the Yemeni army.
In such circumstances, the Yemeni ceasefire plan is an extravagant move to rid the Saudis of defeat in the air and ground war and to stop the liberation of Marib in order to get rid of the defeat in Ma'rib and the scandal of targeting oil and strategic centers.
Of course, over the past six years, the Saudis have repeatedly called for a ceasefire to regroup, but have never carried them out, and have intensified their attacks on Yemen.
On the other hand; the plan comes as Saudi supporters not only took no action to break the siege of Yemen, but also continued to sell arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE without restrictions, and even imposed sanctions on some members and military and political officials of Yemen.
In the meantime; The false claims about Iran's involvement in Yemen are another proof of the politicization and unreality of this plan, which was made only to deceive the Yemenis and the public.
Of course, as the Yemenis insist, Saudi Arabia started the war and aggression, and the way to end it is to stop the attacks on Yemen, lift the sanctions and the siege, and accept the right of the Yemeni people to self-determination, but this is not the case.
The role of the United Nations in the implementation of this plan is also a serious question. The organization has not been honest in the last six years, and in addition to removing the Saudi name from the blacklist of child murderers, it has played a role in carrying out the siege of Yemen and even sending rotten medicine and food to Yemen.
The Saudi rush to present the plan indicates that the resistance and the military and field achievements of the Yemenis are fruitful, and is another proof of the effectiveness of the resistance in realizing the rights of the nations.

BY: Pooya Mirzaei


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