Leader of revolution defines features of next phase of radical changes in government, state institutions

The leader of the revolution, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi, in his speech on the anniversary of the noble Prophet’s migration, may the best blessings and most pure peace be upon him and his family, outlined the features of the next stage related to radical changes in the government and state institutions.

The leader stated that other details related to the radical changes and reform of the judiciary will be revealed with the government’s announcement during the months of Muharram and Safar of the Hijri year 1446 AH.

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, leader of the revolution, has postponed previously announced radical changes in Yemen’s government, initially slated for the Prophet’s birth anniversary in 1445 AH.

He cited both subjective and objective justifications, emphasizing that recent local and regional events necessitated a focus on confronting global hegemonic forces led by the US and Israel. Al-Houthi clarified that these changes were not mere personnel replacements but a continuous effort to purif
y state institutions from elements hindering progress and serving national enemies.

Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, the leader of the revolution, has postponed imminent radical changes in Yemen’s government and state institutions, attributing the delay to Yemen’s direct engagement in supporting Palestinian resistance against the American, British, and Zionist enemies.

Al-Houthi emphasized the necessity of preparing Yemen to handle the responsibilities associated with this support amidst ongoing genocidal acts against Palestinians, which have prompted a reassessment of priorities based on religious, humanitarian, and moral imperatives.

Yemen’s Revolutionary Leadership Advances Plans for Radical Government Overhaul Amidst Ongoing Al-Aqsa Battle

Despite ongoing developments in “Al-Aqsa Flood” battle, Yemen’s revolutionary leadership remains focused on preparing for radical changes in government structures. Abdulmalik Badr Al-Din Al-Houthi outlined several preparatory paths, including reviewing government ministries f
or deficiencies, inefficiencies, and overlap, redesigning structures and goals, and gathering proposals for appointments and nominations. The government is also refining its program guidelines to prioritize national interests amidst regional challenges.

Yemen’s Leader Emphasizes Interconnected Challenges Amid Delay in Government Overhaul

Yemen’s revolutionary leader highlighted the interconnected nature of challenges facing the country, attributing delays in government overhaul to ongoing priorities like the “battle of the promised conquest and holy jihad.”

Abdulmalik Badr Al-Din Al-Houthi underscored that the war waged by the American, British, and Zionist enemies spans beyond military dimensions, encompassing economic, political, social, and cultural spheres. He stressed the need for strategic cooperation and wise approaches to overcome obstacles hindering reforms and changes essential for Yemen’s path forward.

Yemen to Witness Radical Changes Unveiled in Muharram and Safar, Promising Positive Developme

Yemen’s forthcoming radical changes are set to be unveiled during the months of Muharram and Safar, encompassing immediate and future steps aimed at fostering desired development. The announcement underscores the positive and impactful outcomes anticipated for the Yemeni people.

Source: Yemen News Agency

Death Toll Due to Israeli Maasacre Against Palestinians in Khan Younis Climbs to 29 Martyrs

The death toll of the massacre committed by the Israeli occupation army against Palestinian civilians, in the city of Khan Younis, south of the Gaza enclave, rose to 29 martyrs.

Medical sources and eyewitnesses at Nasser Hospital told Qatar News Agency that ambulance and civil vehicles whisked off over 27 bodies of martyrs and dozens of critically injured people to the hospital, after the Israeli occupation army’s fighter jets bombarded a school housing thousands of IDPs in Abasan, east of the city of Khan Younis.

Video footage circulated by social media platforms revealed graphic images of corpses and remains of women and children due to the massacre perpetrated by the Israeli occupation army, followed by another massacre in one of the busiest intersections in Khan Younis, which resulted in the martyrdom of other Palestinians and injuring others.

The Palestinian Red Crescent Society confirmed that its medical personnel are still working to evacuate the casualties and transfer them to Al-Amal and Nasser ho
spitals in Khan Younis.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed that the Israeli occupation army’s raids on the central Gaza, during the past few hours, resulted in 30 martyrs, among them 17 women and a child, because of a massacre committed by the Israeli occupation military forces against the Palestinian civilians at Al Nuseirat Camp.

Israel is continuing to commit massacres in the central and south of the Gaza enclave with the ongoing ground offensive in the city of Gaza which targeted several neighborhoods, amid the displacement of thousands of IDPs, in addition to forcing the population to flee, resulting in a critical crisis due to the shortages of safe havens for thousands of families.

For the 277th day, the Israeli occupation army keeps intensifying a full and unprecedented aggression on the Gaza enclave through dozens of aerial bombardments, as well as ground and sea offensive, in addition to committing bloody massacres against the Palestinian civilians, resulting in thousands of I

The Israeli onslaught has resulted in massive devastation of critical infrastructure, along with an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe in the enclave due to imposing restrictions on food, water, medicine and fuel supplies.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Shura Council Participates in Meeting of Palestine Committee in Arab Parliament

The Shura Council took part in the meeting of the Palestine Committee in the Arab Parliament, held at the Parliament’s headquarters in Cairo, on Tuesday.

HE Member of the Shura Council and Member of the Arab Parliament Sheikha bint Youssef Al Jufairi, represented the State of Qatar in the meeting. The meeting discussed developments in the Gaza Strip and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.

HE Sheikha bint Youssef Al Jufairi underlined the State of Qatar’s supportive efforts to stop the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip and ensure getting life-saving humanitarian assistance into the enclave permanently.

Her Excellency highlighted the unwavering efforts of the State of Qatar to stop the aggression, in pursuit of stopping the bloodshed, protecting the civilians, getting assistance, and preventing the spillover of the conflict.

During the meeting, Permanent Representative of the State of Palestine to the League of Arab States, Ambassador Mohannad Al Aklouk, apprised members of the committee of the latest
developments in the Gaza Strip.

Upon concluding the meeting, the committee endorsed a draft resolution on the situation in Palestine, along with another draft resolution about the Palestinian women in the occupied territories, in preparation for presenting them to the general session of the Arab Parliament, due to be held at the headquarters of the Arab League, on Saturday.

Source: Qatar News Agency

Al-Dbaiba meets with the Turkish ambassador to Libya.

The Prime Minister of the National Unity Government, ‘Abdelhamid Dbaiba,’ received today, Tuesday, in his office, the Ambassador of Turkey to Libya, ‘Guven Begic,’ after he was approved as a new ambassador.

According to the ‘Hakomitna’ platform, during the meeting, the ambassador affirmed Turkey’s support for the national unity government, and the unification of efforts between the two countries to hold parliamentary and presidential elections in accordance with enforceable laws.

The platform said that aspects of economic and security cooperation between the two countries were discussed during the meeting, and follow-up of the results of the meeting between Dbaiba and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, through the Turkish embassy and relevant institutions.

Source: Libyan News Agency

Morocco’s FM Meets China’s Special Envoy for Middle East

Rabat – Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita held talks, here Tuesday,n with the Chinese government’s special envoy for the Middle East, Zhai Jun.

During a visit to Morocco as part of preparations for the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation to be held in Beijing in September, Zhai said China wishes to rely on the Kingdom’s active participation in the Forum and its leadership in Africa in favor of this important event’s success, held at summit level this year.

For his part, Bourita emphasized the Kingdom’s commitment, under the leadership of His Majesty King Mohammed VI to peace, stability and multidimensional development in Africa.

He also underlined Morocco’s commitment and determination to work jointly with China and sister African countries for the success of the Forum, so as to promote the continent’s assets and potential and meet its challenges.

Source: Agence Marocaine De Presse

Morocco Convinced UN Umbrella Necessary to Confer Legitimacy to Libyan Crisis Solution (FM)

Rabat – Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccan Expatriates Nasser Bourita said, here Monday, that Morocco is convinced that the UN umbrella is necessary to confer legitimacy to any process and any settlement of the Libyan crisis.

In a statement to the press following his talks with UN Secretary-General’s Deputy Special Representative for Libya, Stephanie Khoury, Bourita noted that there was a wish for the Libyan issue to be monitored by the UN and for the United Nations to be kept informed of all diplomatic actions undertaken by the Kingdom on this issue, underlining that this wish had been illustrated in concrete terms since the inter-Libyan dialogue in Skhirat, where the Kingdom worked with the UN, as well as in Bouznika and at all meetings on this issue.

Khoury’s work visit to Morocco falls within the framework of ongoing coordination and consultation between the Kingdom of Morocco and the UN, in accordance with the High Directives of His Majesty King Mohammed VI, he added, noting
that the Kingdom’s action on the Libyan issue is always undertaken in consultation with the UN, given that it is the leading supporter of the Libyan process and on the basis of solid human and historical ties between the Moroccan and Libyan peoples.

The Minister added that this meeting is an opportunity for Morocco to affirm its constant position with regard to the Libyan crisis and to emphasise that conditions are now favorable in Libya to further the Libyan process.

He pointed out Morocco’s constant belief that the Libyan crisis can only be resolved by Libyan people themselves, and that the issue of legitimacy in Libya hinges on elections.

According to the Minister, the Kingdom of Morocco always works with all Libyan bodies within a framework of respect and credibility, and maintains positive and respectful relations with all Libyan bodies and all parties.

Morocco always works in accordance with the principle of respect for all Libyan bodies, he added, noting that these consultations will enable progres
s to be made in resolving the Libyan crisis, given the pressing need to meet security and economic challenges, and to respond to Libyan people’s social demands.

In this respect, Bourita stressed the imperative need to resolve the Libyan crisis, given its considerable impact on the security and stability of North Africa and the Sahel region.

Discussions with the UN official were straightforward and positive, based on a shared conviction regarding the need for cooperation and consultation to give new impetus to this process, he concluded.

Source: Agence Marocaine De Presse