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US wants to remove Iran from Yemeni record (Houthis)

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — In Trump’s America’s media clamor about the Sept. 14 Ansarullah attack, there is a perfectly unhealthy attempt to make the Yemeni people’s right to self-defense a thing of the past.

As if more than five years of incessant air strikes against Yemeni civilians, draconian blockades on food and medicine, millions of displaced people and tens of thousands of deaths were not enough to legitimize Ansarullah’s response. Why are the USA angry? Because for the first time Ben Salman’s Arabia is in a state of war!

Sirens alert sounded Thursday, September 19, in Riyadh and several other Saudi cities for fear of new air attacks.

Saudi Civil Defense organized a maneuver at 1 pm (local time), sounding all warning sirens in Riyadh and several other cities.

The maneuver, which took place simultaneously in the Dariya provinces of al-Kharj and ad-Dilam, was aimed at examining the state and proper functioning of the warning systems.

The Saudi Civil Defense has also released a video explaining the different types of alerts and their meaning.

It seems that recent Yemeni drone and missile attacks, including last Saturday’s attack on the Aramco oil rig, prompted the Saudis to prepare for a possible strike.

On Wednesday, September 18, the famous Saudi developer Mujtahidd wrote on his Twitter account: “Fearing the repercussions for its oil and a possible war that could overthrow the Saud, Riyadh has taken seriously the Yemeni attacks. The Saudis know that if they do not deal with ongoing developments, they will be overthrown.”

On Saturday, 14 September, the Yemeni army announced that it had attacked two oil rigs in eastern Saudi Arabia using ten drones. The army added that the strike was a response to the Saudi military aggression against Yemen and the blockade imposed by the Saudi coalition over the last four years.

Saturday’s attack caused a halving of oil production in Saudi Arabia and crude prices rebounded in the global market.

In the wake, Abdel Malek al-Ejri, a leader of the Yemeni movement Ansarullah, explained, on his Twitter account, why the United States and Saudi Arabia are trying to accuse Iran of having been involved. in the attack on Aramco.

“The United States and Saudi Arabia are trying to deflect Iran from the war in Yemen, thus getting rid of the pressure to put an end to this military aggression. In addition, the war against Yemen has already destabilized Saudi Arabia and the region and has had consequences that jeopardize the interests of Riyadh and Washington, “says Abdel Malek al-Ejri.

Saudi Arabia and the United States accuse Iran of being involved in a major drone attack targeting two Aramco facilities. However, they did not submit any evidence or documentation to support their charge.

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