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Mass rally in the capital Sana’a to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein

The capital Sana’a witnessed this afternoon a mass march on the anniversary of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein under the slogan “Ashura… sacrifice and victory”.

The participants in the rally chanted slogans against the forces of arrogance, tyranny and American influence in the region… Stressing continued steadfastness in the face of aggression and follow in the footsteps of the martyr Imam Hussein peace be upon him in the fight against injustice and arrogance.

They considered the oppression of the Yemeni people an extension of the oppression of Imam Hussein because of the aggression and blockade and crimes against her forehead against children and women for nearly five years, pointing out that the victories of Yemenis are victories of pure blood on the oppressors and aggressors.

In the march, the Grand Mufti of Yemen, President of the Association of Yemeni Scholars, Shamsuddin Sharaf al-Din, said that the anniversary of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein must be commemorated to draw lessons and lessons in sacrifice and redemption and stand in the face of oppressors.

He said, “Whoever doubts the exit of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him and the Yemenis against the tyrants, but question the Koran and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his family.”

He stressed the need to act in the face of forces of injustice and tyranny, calling on the Yemeni people to move seriously to confront the Saudi-American aggression and its mercenaries.

He added, “Your great exit is evidence of your conscience and your rejection of the falsehood against which you have dropped the project of aggressive forces, led by America and Israel, and targeting the identity and doctrine of the nation.”

“The Prophet taught us how to fight infidels, polytheists and hypocrites,” he said.

He also called on the people of Yemen to translate the feelings of enthusiasm and loyalty to the blood that fell in the fields of prostitution to move to the fronts of pride and dignity.