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Ansarullah mocks Hadi’s role as Saudi “junior employee”

Ansarullah has mocked the role of former Yemeni president and pro-Saudi puppet ruler Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, following his appearance on the Arab League summit that took place in Saudi Arabia last weekend.

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SANA’A – Ansarullah has mocked the role of former Yemeni president and pro-Saudi leader Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, following his appearance on the Arab League summit that took place in Saudi Arabia last weekend.

Muhammad Abdul Salam, spokesman for Ansarullah, noted that Hadi during the entire meeting barely spoke, and was barely even acknowledged by the delegations in attendance, despite the fact that the situation of Yemen was an important point of discussion on the summit.

“They want us [Yemenis] to be like this: not even partners with them in managing our country, but rather junior employees,” Abdul Salam said in a social media message.

“Yemen is the most important issue he should have been discussing. They leave him [Hadi] silent, uninterested in what is going on. He does not speak or express anything, while the king of Bahrain makes an important speech about the situation in the region (…)

Others express the vision of the solution in Yemen politically and humanely. He is silent. He is not interested in what is required of him, he is only interested to be on that chair. The flag of the Republic of Yemen stands before him, and perhaps they consider it a great virtue to grant him that.”

Abdul Salam furthermore noted that several other summits held by the invading coalition’s leaders always happened without Hadi even being in attendance, furthermore indicating the former president’s total lack of input.

Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi became the self-appointed leader of Yemen after the ouster of Ali Abdullah Saleh from power in the revolution of 2011. However, he was removed from power after the September 21 Revolution of 2014, after which he fled first to Aden and then to Saudi Arabia, where he has remained ever since.

Historian specializing in Arab history, Islamic studies and geopolitical analysis. Active in the anti-imperialist movement in Belgium

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