Recently, in his speech Abdel Malek al-Houthi, head of Ansarallah, spoke for the first time about “The Revolt of the Saudis against the despotic regime of Al-Saud”, political analysts have not taken this speech lightly.
Abdel Malek al-Houthi reaches out to the Saudi people of the “Arabian Peninsula”, particularly those who are living in border areas, “those who see their homes and agricultural land confiscated by the regime of al- Saud before being reduced to ashes”, “those whom the Saudi regime deals with as second-class citizens”.
Al- Houthi offers help to free them from the Saudi regime. In his appeal, he also addressed the Shiite minority in eastern Riyadh who are humiliated, mistreated, despised as if they were citizens of the “tenth degree!”
Through this discourse, analysts perceive the opening of a new phase in the conflict that Riyadh triggered in March 2015. After bravely resisting the Saudi assault, Yemenis are ready to deliver a long unequalled war against the Saudi enemy to free Saudi Arabia from the stranglehold of al- Saud.
These same experts add that Riyadh takes the statement of Al-Houthi seriously. The fears of the royal family are not limited to the Yemeni response operations in border regions, but to “a probable uprising by Saudis themselves”.
A number of Ansarallah assured more than once “Yemeni forces do not target the population of the Arabian Peninsula, especially those living in Jizan, Najran, and Asir because they are oppressed.”
The Anti-Zionist Party encourages the Saudi people to revolt against the Wahhabi regime of al-Saud. It also congratulates the head of Ansarallah, Abdel Malik Al-Houthi, for his courageous stand.
Could this be the start of a turnaround? The al-Saud regime should be concerned about the signs and predictions described in the prophetic narrations being fulfilled in this situation.