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X Deletes Yemen’s Ansarallah Account in Wake of Pro-Palestine Maritime War

The Yemeni Armed Forces have condemned the US social media platform X for deleting the account of the resistance movement.

In a brief statement Ansarllah said that the movement exposes the hypocrisy of the executive officers of X, formerly Twitter.

This “exposes the double standards of the platform as to freedom of speech, and comes at the behest of the Israel lobby and interest groups working in favor of the occupying regime,” the Yemeni Armed Forces said.

On Friday Feb.16, the US announced that it will designate Ansarallah to a list of terrorist groups while imposing harsh sanctions against the Yemeni resistance movement for their support of the Palestinian people. 

Ansarallah spokesman Mohammed Abdulsalam slammed the US decision, calling it an act of “blatant hypocrisy” and even criticized Washington over supporting the Israeli regime’s onslaught in Gaza.

“Yemen persists in supporting Gaza by all available means, and continues to prevent Israeli ships or those heading to the ports of occupied Palestine until the Israeli aggression ceases and the blockade on Gaza is lifted,” Abdulsalam said.

The UN has warned that sanctions as such will harm Yemen’s economy where more than 18 million people need help.

The Yemeni Armed Forces have clarified that the retaliatory strikes in their territorial waters will only come to a halt when the occupation entity ends its onslaught on Gaza.

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