Yemen mired in a plagued situation: religious thinker
"Our country is in a difficult and plagued situation; Saudi Arabia and its allied have surrounded and launched air and ground offensive against us," underscored one of the members of Yemen Ulima Forum.
Publish date : Sunday 8 January 2017 08:55
One of the members of Yemen Ulima Forum, Abou Muhammad Yahya Al-Yousefi in an exclusive interview with Taqrib News Agency (TNA) beckoned to the plagued situation of Yemen stressing the country went through a difficult situation in which they were surrounded by Saudi Arabia and its allied which had launched air and ground offensive against them.
"Reports suggest, a Yemeni child dies per ten minutes," pointed out the religious thinker stressing the war in the country taking heavy toll on Yemeni children.
According to these reports, Saudi Arabia's devastating war in Yemen is hindering efforts to save children from acute malnutrition and deaths caused by preventable diseases.
Abou Muhammad Yahya Al-Yousefi went on to note that despite of all hardships the nation was going through, they were not dissapointed.
The Yemeni religious thinker underscored for countering enemies, Yemeni nation took great steps and anticipated the final triumph of the nation would be so close.
Abou Muhammad Yahya Al-Yousefi went on to stress the standing war in Yemen is not a religious showdown between Shiites and Sunnis.
He underscored the real war Islamic country of Yemen is mired in is with Muslims' common enemies on top of which the U.S, regime of Zionism and Saudi Kingdome stand.
Yemeni religious thinker urged Muslims to be much more vigilant and aware of the plots concocted by enemies of Islam. In his line, to do so, it would be incumbent upon Muslims to abide by Islamic and Quranic teachings and instruction.
The Saudi war on Yemen, which has killed at least 11,400 Yemenis, was launched in March 2015 in an unsuccessful attempt to bring back Hadi’s government to power and undermine the Houthi Ansarullah movement.
The Saudi war has taken a heavy toll on the country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, schools, and factories.