SANAA, Oct. 16 (YPA) – Member of the Supreme Political Council Mohammed Ali al-Houthi on Tuesday revealed the fate of one of Sudanese army brigades participating in the war coalition on Yemen, commenting on the wildfires in Lebanon as “evidence for treason of Arab regimes.”
“The Sudanese fourth Hazm brigade has come out of service and they could not refit its battalions as usual in military battles, but it was replaced by the sixth Hazm brigade as information indicates,” al-Houthi said in a tweet on Twitter Tuesday midnight.
Al-Houthi addressed the families of Sudanese recruits, if they had known about the killing of their sons, saying: “Do the families of those who recruited in the fourth Hazm brigade Sudanese know the fate of their sons? Did they get information transparency after the revolutionary change? ”
On the other hand, al-Houthi commented on the fires that swept the south of the Lebanese capital Beirut two days ago. He considered that Lebanon’s fires provided two lessons, the first is “God’s care presence” and the second is that they proved the betrayal of Arab regimes.
Al-Houthi went on in his tweet, wondering: “But why did Lebanon miss the Arab rafts, which had rushed towards fires of the Israeli enemy?” He added that this represented “a practical lesson on betrayal of those regimes to the nation.”