The leader of Ansar Allah Abdul Malik al-Houthi said that the American and Israeli joy and satisfaction of what is happening in Iraq and Lebanon now reveals the nature of their position, as he put it.
"We will not hesitate to declare jihad (holy war) against the Israeli enemy and to strike it harshly if it is involved in any folly against our people," Houthi said Saturday night.
"Our position in anti-Israel as a usurper entity is a principled humanitarian, moral and religious commitment," he said.
He advised what he called "the coalition of aggression" to stop the siege on Yemen, and stressed "our people will not retreat in the liberation march that achieved him complete independence," stressing "those who attack us bear the responsibility in its decisions."
He also stressed that the continuation of the blockade means "to continue to develop our military capabilities and to strike the harshest strikes and this is a legitimate right."
He said that "the arrogant forces harness their full potential in order to strengthen their control over the people, and rely on misleading and undermine values and morals."
Al-Houthi also warned the Yemeni youth of the chaos in receiving media on social media and media, calling on the people of the nation to be cautious in dealing with their problems, in a way that does not create a gap for the enemies as in Iraq and Lebanon.