Head of the Houthi group Abdul-Malik al-Houthi has strongly denounced a US drone strike on Kutaf of Saada in which four Al-Qaeda suspects were killed.
In a statement, he described that the as a US vicious campaign against the Yemeni people, stressing that the US aims at domination on Yemeni land and looting its resources.
He further accused the interim government of allowing the US air forces to commit crimes in Yemen and give it political cover to continue its strikes.
The Houthi group had exploited the 2011 chaos acts to take control on the rugged governorate amid allegations that it commits crimes and conduct arrest campaigns against its political foes.
The group engaged in violent clashes with tribal groups in Haja and Amran as it tried to expand in these areas.
A Yemeni think-tank, Abaad Research and Study Centre has recently said that slogans raised by the Houthi group led to the storm of the US Embassy in Sana'a early of September.
The main slogan of the Houthi group is "God is Great, Death to America, Death to Israel, a curse on the Jew."
The Houthi group that has recently allied with the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh and his family started to spread and print its slogans on most streets of Sana'a, Yemeni analysts say.
US drones killed four Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula fighters in the first strike recorded against the terror group in northern Yemen. A local Al-Qaeda commander was targeted, and two Saudis are thought to be among those killed.
The airstrike targeted a house in northern Yemen, killing three people. At least two were reported to be Saudis.