Reuters Khaled Abdullah
The “Ansar Allah” group (Houthis) in Yemen revealed today, Saturday, the identity of a Saudi fighter, which it said had died fighting in its ranks against the Arab coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia.
A member of the Supreme Political Council of the “Ansar Allah” movement, Muhammad Ali Al-Houthi, described him as “the martyr from Mecca, Abdul Aziz Yusef.”
He added in a tweet via Twitter: “We hope for the honorable attendance tomorrow morning for the funeral of this dear martyr, the hero who set out to strive for the sake of God when he knew the truth and yearned for himself.”
(The martyr from Makkah, Abdulaziz Yusuf)
We hope for the honorable attendance tomorrow morning for the funeral of this dear heroic martyr who set out to strive for God’s cause when he knew the truth and yearned for him. pic.twitter.com/IkObYl6ZCY
– Muhammad Ali Al-Houthi (@Moh_Alhouthi) March 26, 2021
Al-Houthi published a picture of the dead man, bearing the slogan “Ansar Allah”, in which he wrote that he was from the Sulaymaniyah neighborhood, and was killed on March 22nd in the “long breath” battle without specifying the location of his death.