An armed man walks on the rubble of houses destroyed by an air strike near Sanaa Airport March 26, 2015. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah
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The ongoing dialogue between the Future Movement and Hezbollah will remain on track despite sharp differences over the conflict in Yemen, a March 8 source said Thursday.While former Prime Minister Saad Hariri praised Saudi King Salman for his "wise" decision to launch a military offensive against the Houthi rebels, Hezbollah denounced the "Saudi-U.S. aggression" on Yemen as an "unwise adventure".Hariri said the developments in Yemen were the results of the ongoing conflicts in Syria, Iraq and other countries.Hezbollah said "this treacherous aggression" might offer an opportunity for the Yemeni people to close ranks with a view to reaching a political solution to the conflict.Nasrallah has in past speeches voiced support for the Houthis in their struggle to gain power in Yemen.Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt joined Hariri in voicing support for the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen. Jumblatt said the fast-moving developments in Yemen posed a serious threat to the Gulf's security and blamed the Houthis and their Iranian backers for scuttling Gulf efforts to resolve the crisis peacefully.
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