At this time, what is behind the letters of thanks to "Iran and its arms" in Al-Houthi's recent speech?

English - Monday 27 March 2023 الساعة 11:10 pm
Al-Mokha, NewsYemen, Speech analysis:

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi's speech came on the eighth anniversary of Decisive Storm, which came as a natural result of his armed control of the capital, Sana'a, and the overthrow of the state there.  And the initiation of building a sectarian state supported financially, logistically and intellectually by Iran, and the speech in its content represents a repetition of the contents of his previous speeches, despite the developments and changes taking place in the local and regional arena, especially with regard to the negotiations that take place silently and secretly in the corridors of the Omani Royal Palace, or with regard to the Saudi agreement.  Iranian, as he did not address any of these issues despite their importance and repercussions, especially the return of diplomatic relations between Riyadh and Tehran.

What can be seen in al-Houthi’s recent speech, which came under the title “National Day of Resilience,” is what he mentioned at the end of the speech, directing words of thanks to both the Islamic Republic of Iran and Hezbollah, and he added to that what he called the Free People of Iraq. This matter reveals the role  The great role played by Iran over the past eight years in the war against the Yemenis and their country, and in attempts to consolidate the pillars of Houthi sectarian rule in Sanaa. This complementary role with the Hezbollah militia is the main factor in the continuation of the terrorist Houthi movement.  The Saudi-Iranian agreement will set a level for the support provided by Tehran, with the continuation of the Houthi war against the rest of the components of Yemeni society.

With regard to thanking the free people of Iraq, and not to the Iraqi state or Iraqi society, Houthi means the Iraqi militias that operate within the framework of the Iranian strategy in Iraq and the region, these militias that have a major role in supporting the Houthi group, either in adopting strikes on Saudi economic facilities  In previous years, or there may be groups of these militias that have participated in the fighting on the side of the Houthi group, as did some leaders of Hezbollah.

The Houthi letters of thanks to Iran, Hezbollah, and Iraq carry many messages, the most important of which is that the leadership for military operations in the region is one, and that the militias in Iraq, Hezbollah, and the Houthis only represent the Iranian military wings in the region, and on the other hand, they represent evidence of the support it received.  Houthi for eight years in various military, media, political and other levels.