SANAA- The Chairman of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, has called on the Sudanese regime to compel its soldiers to stop the killing in Sudan, as well as to stop sending them to Yemen, and to stop forcing the Sudanese people to choose whether to be killed in Sudan or in Yemen.
“Or else [the Sudanese people] starve to death because of expenses and suffering,” al-Houthi added.
The Committee chief also commented on Amnesty International’s statement, which said that the Sudanese regime of President Omar al-Bashir is responsible for the killing of 37 Sudanese protesters.
Al-Bashir, who is wanted by an international court on suspicion of war crimes, has made his people choose only on whether to be killed in Sudan or in Yemen as mercenaries, Mohammad al-Houthi remarked.
“Therefore, we advise the Sudan regime -instead of obliging hospitals for treatment [of the many wounded resulting from the crackdown on protests] – to oblige its soldiers to stop the killing in Sudan, to stop sending them to Yemen, and to provide a budget for a treatment in order to alleviate the crisis.