Abdel Malek threatens us with ‘fresh’ missiles

Mashari Althaydi
Mashari Althaydi

Mashari Althaydi


By : Mashari Althaydi


:: Every day passes on the ‘Decisive Storm’ operation launching proves that it was the most important foreign military political decision taken by Saudi Arabia and its most influential Gulf partner, the UAE.

Some had doubts, others attacked the Arab-Islamic alliance for confronting the Houthi militias and their tottering alley Saleh. They strangely ignore that the Houthi is an ‘organic’ part of the Iranian Khomeini Revolutionary Guards.

Al-Houthi overlooking the Jazan, Najran and South Dhahran, and its missiles, which are imported from Iran’s factories, hit Khamis Mushayt, Abha, Sabiya, Taif an area close to Mecca!

Today, while the Iran’s claw is in Yemen, Abdel Malek al-Houthi, forcibly subdue the sick man Ali Abdullah Saleh, and arrogantly threatens the UAE and Saudi Arabia in an unprecedented escalating manner.

We do not know why the Houthi is that much confident – same as the Qatari rulers, but every disease has its medicine that cures it – except foolishness which sickens he who tries to cure it.

Abdel Malek al-Houthi with a Khomeini trance, said in his speech which was broadcast in Al-Maseera Channel: “UAE came in the range of our missiles”, announcing that they made a “successful” missile experiment which he “claimed” would reach Abu Dhabi.

Blatant imitation

In a blatant imitation of his Lebanese role model – Hassan Nasrallah – Abdel Malek said: “The missile force was able to accomplish the post-Riyadh phase.”

Do you remember Nasrallah’s speech about Haifa and post-Haifa?!

For anyone who questions the legitimacy of the objectives of the Arab alliance, now AbdelMalek al-Houthi gives the crystal clear reason that the mission must be accomplished no matter how much the costs are. “The time is in our favor, therefore, we are not in a hurry,” said Mohammed bin Salman in his television interview, past May.

Mashari Althaydi

“If they want to secure their oil ships, then they should not invade Hodeidah,” Abdel-Malek said with megalomania, addressing Riyadh.

It might be considered that the Houthi is making vain threats, to cover the dissent with the Congress Party and Saleh, or to bury the anger among the Yemeni people after three years of the coup. But it is necessary to seriously consider this speech, uproot the Khomeini claw from Yemen, and killing, or the anticipated al-Imam al-Zaidi comes back to Maran caves.

What the son of Saada said, would turn out to be disaster for him and for the Khomeini project in Yemen.

Yes, there are obstacles, of which the campaigns of the international organizations which was invaded by al-Houthi and the Khomeinists, but this is a matter of destiny, and the “brother” has reached the very point of deterioration.

For anyone who questions the legitimacy of the objectives of the Arab alliance, now Abdel-Malek al-Houthi gives the crystal clear reason that the mission must be accomplished no matter how much the costs are. “The time is in our favor, therefore, we are not in a hurry,” said Mohammed bin Salman in his television interview, past May.

It is said that, “If ants had wings…. Then its end is close”.


:: Saudi journalist Mashari Althaydi presents Al Arabiya News Channel’s “views on the news” daily show “Maraya.” He has previously held the position of a managing senior editor for Saudi Arabia & Gulf region at pan-Arab newspaper Asharq al-Awsat. Althaydi has published several papers on political Islam and social history of Saudi Arabia. He appears as a guest on several radio and television programs to discuss the ideologies of extremist groups and terrorists. He tweets under @MAlthaydy.


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