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Yemen and Iraq reassure support for Gaza

Yahya-Sari
Beirut, Nov 10 (Prensa Latina) The Armed Forces of Yemen and the Iraqi Resistance reaffirmed they will continue their military operations in support of Gaza in the face of the Israeli genocide, the Al Mayadeen pan-Arab network reported.

According to Al Mayadeen, the spokesman for the Ansar Allah movement, Muhammad Abdul Salam, stressed that the Yemeni navy will maintain its operations until the Israeli aggression against the Strip ends.

Yemeni Brigadier General Yahya Sari revealed the launch of a barrage of cruise missiles against multiple Israeli targets, including the port and tourist city of Eilat.

The secretary general of the Sayed al-Shuhada Brigades, Abu Alaa Al-Walae, confirmed that there will be no cessation of resistance operations in Iraq except with the end of the Israeli attacks against the Gaza Strip.

Al-Walae pointed out that they will not stop attacking the US bases in the country unless there is a real and binding cessation from Tel Aviv towards the people of the Gaza Strip, and stated that US forces have no safe exit from Iraq except through the continued entry of humanitarian aid into Gaza.

The head of the Iraqi Al-Nujaba movement, Akram Al-Kaabi, rejected Washington’s threats and emphasized solidarity with the Palestinian people.

Since the beginning of Operation Al-Aqsa Deluge, the Resistance axis in Iraq, Yemen, Syria and Lebanon has reinforced its activities in support of Gaza and the Palestinian fighters.

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