Regardless of Statements, US Held Responsible Until It Stops Its Aggression Against Yemen
Yemen: The new US administration tried to show its announcement regarding the removal of Ansarullah from the terrorism list, as if it was a blessing Ansarullah and the Yemeni people. However, everyone knows, especially the Yemeni people, that the US is standing directly behind the launching aggression for more than 6 years, and it will not wash its hands from this aggression except by stopping it and lifting the unjust blockade on the Yemeni people.
It is known that classifying Ansarullah as terrorists, by the Trump administration, was a measure of revenge against the Yemeni people who support these patriotic and revolutionary forces, and turn their back on the countries of aggression and their dirty money. The announcement of such classification creates obstacles to the humanitarian organizations in the territories under control of the Sanaa government, and this will increase the suffering of the Yemeni people, who are living the worst human tragedy in the modern era.
This bitter truth, the fact of revenge against the Yemeni people, was revealed by the United Nations agencies days ago, including the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), the Childhood Organization (UNICEF), the World Food Program and the World Health Organization, through a joint statement. UN agencies announced that acute malnutrition threatens half of children under the age of five in Yemen in 2021, and this includes nearly 2.3 million children. It is expected that 400,000 of these children will suffer from severe acute malnutrition, and they could die if they do not receive urgent treatment, and this number represents an increase of 22% over what it was in 2020.
The Biden administration is trying, by removing the Ansarullah from the US list of terrorism, to throw ash in the eyes, in order to cover up its shameful role in starving the children of Yemen. It directly involved in the aggression against Yemen, sold weapons to Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and prevented ships carrying humanitarian aid to Yemen, under ridiculous pretexts, in order to put pressure on the popular incubator for the revolutionary and patriotic forces that thwarted the aggression and humiliated the aggressors.
It has become clear that the US-Israeli-Saudi and Emirati aggression have not fought a militia, as it claims, but rather a people who refuse to surrender and submit. It was also clear from the beginning that Saudi Arabia and the Emirates are too small to wage a war against the Yemeni people, and that the war was launched under US orders to achieve “Israeli” goals. Saudi Arabia and the UAE’s “kings, princes and sheikhs” have no choice but to implement.
Nowadays, if the Biden administration really wants to end the tragedy in Yemen, it must announce the cessation of aggression and lift the siege on the Yemeni people, calling on the Yemenis to gather on the same table without excluding any party, and then the Yemeni crisis can find its way to a solution. Otherwise, other solutions, which aim to beautify the US ugly image in Yemen, the Yemeni crisis will only complicate.
Translated from Al-Alam