Situation in Yemen

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humanbeing
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Re: Situation in Yemen

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Unread post by humanbeing » Sun May 03, 2015 8:52 am

true_bohra wrote:Are you so sure that Wajebaat money is all expended in Saifee Mahal members??
Interesting question one must ask to jamaat members / kothar / saifee mahal. I actually once asked, what happens to wajebaat money. They answered this money is the property of the DAI to spend at his discretion. Then an added note, being the benevolent merciful generous man he is. The wajebaat money is spent in community development, administration and maintenance. Now the question is. Every new development be it masjid, musafirkhanas, hospitals, schools or even a renovation the local jamaat squeezes the abdes to shell out defined units to meet the expenses. The list of incomes is over and above the expenses. Jamaat members have become so immune and protected that, question of accountability makes them tickle and laugh rather than worry.

Kothar / saifee mahal members will make the abdes spend the money to build their dukaans ( masjids, markaz, musafirkhanas, schools and hospitals) and once made, will make the abdes pay for its services, maintenance, administration along with an additional bonuses; salaam, najwa and ikraam after getting abdes to bow, bend and crawl to kiss their feet .. waah .,.. waaah .. waaah !!
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#62

Unread post by humanbeing » Sun May 03, 2015 8:52 am

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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Wed Aug 26, 2015 5:21 pm

Saudi Air Strikes Killed Nearly 300 Children In Yemen

]Of the 402 children killed in Yemen since the escalation of hostilities in March 2015, 73 percent were victims of Saudi coalition-led airstrikes, a United Nations official said Monday.

In a statement released on Aug. 24, Leila Zerrougui, the special representative of the secretary-general (SRSG) for children and armed conflict, warned that children are paying a heavy price for continued fighting between Houthi rebels and a Gulf Arab coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, bent on reinstating deposed Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

Incidents documented by the U.N.’s Country Task Force on Monitoring and Reporting suggest that 606 kids have been severely wounded. Between Apr. 1 and Jun. 30, the number of children killed and injured more than tripled, compared to the first quarter of 2015.

In what the U.N. has described as wanton ‘disregard’ for the lives of civilians, the warring sides have also attacked schools, severely limiting education opportunities for children in the embattled Arab nation of 26 million people, 80 percent of whom now require emergency humanitarian assistance.

According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 114 schools have been destroyed and 315 damaged since March, while 360 have been converted into shelters for the displaced who number upwards of 1.5 million.

On the eve of a new school year, UNICEF believes that the on-going violence will prevent 3,600 schools from re-opening on time, “interrupting access to education for an estimated 1.8 million children.”

With 4,000 people dead and 21 million in need of food, medicines or shelter, children also face a critical shortage of health services and supplies.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams in Yemen say they have “witnessed pregnant women and children dying after arriving too late at the health centre because of petrol shortages or having to hole up for days on end while waiting for a lull in the fighting.”

MSF also faults the coalition-led bombings for civilian deaths and scores of casualties, adding that the Houthi advance on the southern city of Aden has been “equally belligerent”.

On Jul. 19, for instance, indiscriminate bombing by Houthi rebels in densely populated civilian areas resulted in 150 casualties including women, children and the elderly within just a few hours.

Of the many wounded who flooded an MSF hospital, 42 were “dead on arrival”, and several dozen bodies had to remain outside the clinic due to a lack of space, the humanitarian agency said in a Jul. 29 press release.

Appealing to all sides to spare civilians caught in the crossfire, Zerrougui said Yemen provides yet “another stark example of how conflict in the region risks creating a lost generation of children, who are physically and psychologically scarred by their experiences […].”

Ironically, despite the fact that Saudi-led airstrikes have been responsible for the vast majority of child deaths and casualties, the wealthy Gulf state pledged 274 million dollars to humanitarian relief operations in Yemen back in April, though it has yet to make good on this commitment.

http://www.thecitizen.in/NewsDetail.asp ... n/In/Yemen



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#64

Unread post by dawedaar » Thu Aug 27, 2015 12:52 pm

I pray and hope that the oil prices remain low for a long time. That will teach Saudi a lesson! The gulf states are already looking at budget deficits due to falling oil prices and their huge subsidy expenses which the lazy citizens of these countries depend on for their livelihood.
ghulam muhammed wrote:Saudi Air Strikes Killed Nearly 300 Children In Yemen

]Of the 402 children killed in Yemen since the escalation of hostilities in March 2015, 73 percent were victims of Saudi coalition-led airstrikes, a United Nations official said Monday.

In a statement released on Aug. 24, Leila Zerrougui, the special representative of the secretary-general (SRSG) for children and armed conflict, warned that children are paying a heavy price for continued fighting between Houthi rebels and a Gulf Arab coalition, led by Saudi Arabia, bent on reinstating deposed Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

Incidents documented by the U.N.’s Country Task Force on Monitoring and Reporting suggest that 606 kids have been severely wounded. Between Apr. 1 and Jun. 30, the number of children killed and injured more than tripled, compared to the first quarter of 2015.

In what the U.N. has described as wanton ‘disregard’ for the lives of civilians, the warring sides have also attacked schools, severely limiting education opportunities for children in the embattled Arab nation of 26 million people, 80 percent of whom now require emergency humanitarian assistance.

According to the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), 114 schools have been destroyed and 315 damaged since March, while 360 have been converted into shelters for the displaced who number upwards of 1.5 million.

On the eve of a new school year, UNICEF believes that the on-going violence will prevent 3,600 schools from re-opening on time, “interrupting access to education for an estimated 1.8 million children.”

With 4,000 people dead and 21 million in need of food, medicines or shelter, children also face a critical shortage of health services and supplies.

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) teams in Yemen say they have “witnessed pregnant women and children dying after arriving too late at the health centre because of petrol shortages or having to hole up for days on end while waiting for a lull in the fighting.”

MSF also faults the coalition-led bombings for civilian deaths and scores of casualties, adding that the Houthi advance on the southern city of Aden has been “equally belligerent”.

On Jul. 19, for instance, indiscriminate bombing by Houthi rebels in densely populated civilian areas resulted in 150 casualties including women, children and the elderly within just a few hours.

Of the many wounded who flooded an MSF hospital, 42 were “dead on arrival”, and several dozen bodies had to remain outside the clinic due to a lack of space, the humanitarian agency said in a Jul. 29 press release.

Appealing to all sides to spare civilians caught in the crossfire, Zerrougui said Yemen provides yet “another stark example of how conflict in the region risks creating a lost generation of children, who are physically and psychologically scarred by their experiences […].”

Ironically, despite the fact that Saudi-led airstrikes have been responsible for the vast majority of child deaths and casualties, the wealthy Gulf state pledged 274 million dollars to humanitarian relief operations in Yemen back in April, though it has yet to make good on this commitment.

http://www.thecitizen.in/NewsDetail.asp ... n/In/Yemen



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Sat Sep 05, 2015 7:12 pm

UN Officials Warn of Dengue Outbreak in War-Torn Yemen

United Nations - An outbreak of dengue fever in Yemen's most populated governorate has prompted urgent calls from the World Health Organisation (WHO) for a "humanitarian corridor" to facilitate the flow of medicines to over three million civilians trapped in the war-torn area.

Three of Taiz's major hospitals have either been destroyed or are inaccessible, leaving 3.2 million people – many of them sick or injured – without access to basic healthcare.

An estimated 832 people in the governorate have died and 6,135 have been wounded since the war broke out.

To make matters worse, in the past two weeks alone the number of suspected dengue cases has nearly tripled from 145 cases in early August to nearly 421 by the month's end
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As the conflict escalates with both sides showing little regard for civilian safety, the WHO fears that the health situation will deteriorate in the coming months, worsening the misery of people caught between Houthi gunfire and Coalition airstrikes.

In a statement released on Aug. 27, WHO Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean Ala Alwan said: "All parties to the conflict must observe a ceasefire and demilitarize all hospitals and health facilities in Taiz, allow for the safe delivery of the supplies, implement measures to control the dengue outbreak, provide treatment and enable access to injured people and other patients."

With huge numbers of displaced Yemenis living in cramped and unsanitary makeshift settlements, it is small wonder that the disease is moving so rapidly.

The WHO's most recent situation report for Yemen reveals that the country has logged over 5,600 suspected cases of dengue fever since March, including 3,000 cases in the coastal city of Aden alone.

Incomplete levels of medical reporting as a result of heavy fighting suggest that the real number of cases could be much higher.

Children are more likely than adults to develop the severe form of the disease, known as the Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever. With children accounting for over 600,000 of the nearly 1.5 million displaced in Yemen, health officials are on red alert.

Since there is no vaccine against the diseases, and no specific antiviral drug with which to treat the symptoms, prevention is the only long-term solution.

"We need protection and safety for all people working to control the worrying outbreak of dengue fever in Taiz," the WHO said today, adding that parties to the conflict must stay mindful of their obligations under international law to protect medical facilities and health personnel during war-time.

http://www.truth-out.org/news/item/3262 ... torn-yemen



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#66

Unread post by seeker110 » Mon Sep 07, 2015 2:54 pm

Another stalemate like Syria. Muslims killing muslims with arms provided by people against Muslim spring and their Western Masters.



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#67

Unread post by dawedaar » Tue Sep 08, 2015 5:39 pm

I hope and pray that this becomes one of the nails in the coffin of the Saudi regime! The Saudis are getting into a messy offensive and I hope the Saudis get a huge blow. Wonder why soldiers from Egypt and Sudan are being sacrificed for this.

http://gulfnews.com/news/gulf/yemen/coa ... -1.1580869



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Unread post by seeker110 » Tue Sep 08, 2015 11:38 pm

There is a big number of Punjabies from Pakistan's Army protecting the Kingdoms Interests. They rent the same from Africa. A powerful bond with weapon suppliers and the regular folks are defenseless.

The Russians do have a social and military pact. Not much is moving besides dignitaries in the UN holding hands against the Arab regimes of all kingdoms.

Bohras are completely helpless. Moula ni Dua has never worked. If it did than he wouldn't need to rob the poor. He has no time for people in distress.



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Wed Sep 16, 2015 6:43 pm

One Million Yemenis Mobilized to Fight against S. Arabia

TEHRAN (FNA)- Over one million Yemeni political and tribal forces have been mobilized in preparation for what has been termed by the Saudi-led coalition forces as "the decisive battle".

According to Hasad al-Youm news website, at present over one million Yemenis, including the tribal people, those who had been dismissed from the army during the presidency of Mansour Hadi and a number of Ikhwan members, have been armed and contacted to stand united again.

Based on the report, all these forces have stressed their preparedness to fight against Saudi Arabia and operations in the Saudi territories.

Other media reports said today that the Yemeni army and popular forces gained control of the border city of al-Rabouah in the Saudi province of al-Asir.

Al-Masirah news channel released footages of the Yemeni forces' full control over al-Rabouah city in Saudi Arabia.

The TV footages showed that the Yemeni army easily surrounded a military base in the city without any Saudi resistance, set fire to 17 military vehicles and destroyed its watchtower and weapons cache.

A Yemeni military source said that tens of Saudi soldiers were also killed in the attack and others fled the scene.

Also, the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen television reported that the Yemeni army and popular forces fired 15 missiles and rockets at a Saudi military base in Asir on Monday and before taking the city of al-Rabouah.

The TV report added that the missiles hit al-Hajer military base in Asir.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 173 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 5,847 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.as ... 0623001216



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Unread post by dawedaar » Wed Sep 16, 2015 10:11 pm

I hope and pray sincerely that the Yemenis fry the Saudi n allies.. Death to Saudi... I have read that this war against Yemen is an ego game for the new King Salman n his son to prove their mettle n this war's outcome is an image gamble for them!
ghulam muhammed wrote:One Million Yemenis Mobilized to Fight against S. Arabia

TEHRAN (FNA)- Over one million Yemeni political and tribal forces have been mobilized in preparation for what has been termed by the Saudi-led coalition forces as "the decisive battle".

According to Hasad al-Youm news website, at present over one million Yemenis, including the tribal people, those who had been dismissed from the army during the presidency of Mansour Hadi and a number of Ikhwan members, have been armed and contacted to stand united again.

Based on the report, all these forces have stressed their preparedness to fight against Saudi Arabia and operations in the Saudi territories.

Other media reports said today that the Yemeni army and popular forces gained control of the border city of al-Rabouah in the Saudi province of al-Asir.

Al-Masirah news channel released footages of the Yemeni forces' full control over al-Rabouah city in Saudi Arabia.

The TV footages showed that the Yemeni army easily surrounded a military base in the city without any Saudi resistance, set fire to 17 military vehicles and destroyed its watchtower and weapons cache.

A Yemeni military source said that tens of Saudi soldiers were also killed in the attack and others fled the scene.

Also, the Arabic-language al-Mayadeen television reported that the Yemeni army and popular forces fired 15 missiles and rockets at a Saudi military base in Asir on Monday and before taking the city of al-Rabouah.

The TV report added that the missiles hit al-Hajer military base in Asir.

Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 173 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 5,847 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.as ... 0623001216



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Mon Feb 15, 2016 5:04 pm

As Yemen Bleeds, British Profits from Weapons Sales “Bury Human Rights”

It is more than possible to speculate why Prime Minister David Cameron has declared it his mission to scrap the Human Rights Act – which is incorporated into the European Convention on Human Rights – it appears he simply does not believe in human rights.

For example, the fact that Saudi Arabia executed – including beheadings – forty seven people in one day last month, displaying their bodies from gibbets, failed to deter him from having British military experts to work with their Saudi counterparts, advising on which targets – and which people, it seems – to bomb in Yemen. Parliament has not been consulted, thus, without a chance to debate and vote, democracy too has been suspended.

The fact that in May 2013 Saudi also beheaded five Yemenis, then used cranes to display their headless bodies against the skyline (Al-Akhbar, 21st May 2013) also did not trouble him. Neither did that by 10th November 2015, the year’s total of executions had already reached one hundred and fifty one, the highest for twenty years, in what Amnesty International called “a bloody executions spree.”

But why care about human rights or outright savagery when there are arms to be sold? As written previously, in one three month period last year UK arms sales to Saudi soared by 11,000%. From a mere nine million pounds the preceding three months: “The exact figure for British arms export licences from July to September 2015 was £1,066,216,510 in so-called ‘ML4’ export licences, which relate to bombs, missiles, rockets, and components of those items.”

Cameron’s government treats such barbarism with astonishing sanguinity. For instance it has come to light that in 2011 the UK drew up a list of thirty: “ ‘priority countries’ where British diplomats would be ‘encouraged’ to ‘proactively drive forward’ and make progress towards abolishing the death penalty over five years.’ “

Saudi Arabia was not on the list, an omission which Amnesty International’s Head of Policy, Alan Hogarth called “astonishing.” (Independent, 5th January 2016.) However, a Foreign Office spokeswoman told the Independent that: “A full list of countries of concern was published in March 2015 in the (UK) Annual Human Rights Report and that includes Saudi Arabia and its use of the death penalty.”

Wrong. In the Report (1) under “Abolition of the Death Penalty”, there is much concentration on countries in the (UK) “Commonwealth Caribbean” and a casual, subservient nod at the US, but no mention of Saudi.

Under “The Death Penalty”, Jordan and Pakistan, were mentioned, as was the: “particular focus on two … regions, Asia and the Commonwealth Caribbean.” Singapore, Malaysia, China and Taiwan, Japan (the latter, three executions in 2014) Suriname and Vietnam are cited. Saudi Arabia is nowhere to be found.

Worth noting is that in the UK government’s own list of “countries of humanitarian concern”, according to the Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT), the UK has sold weapons to twenty four out of twenty seven of them, with Saudi Arabia in a deal to purchase seventy two Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft in a deal worth an eventual £4.5 Billion.

“The overriding message is that human rights are playing second fiddle to company profits,” said CAAT spokesperson Andrew Smith, adding: “The Government and local authorities up and down the country are profiting directly from the bombing of Yemen. Challenging them to divest from Saudi Arabia … is something people can do directly.”

“The panel documented 119 coalition sorties relating to violations of international humanitarian law.”

It also reported cases of civilians fleeing and being chased and shot at by helicopters.

Moreover it stated that the humanitarian crisis was compounded by the Saudi blockade of ships carrying fuel, food and other essentials that are trying to reach Yemen.

The panel said that: “civilians are disproportionately affected” and deplored tactics that: “constitute the prohibited use of starvation as a method of warfare.” (Emphasis added.)

David Mepham, UK Director of Human Rights Watch commented: “For almost a year, (Foreign Secretary Philip) Hammond has made the false and misleading claim that there is no evidence of laws of war violations by the UK’s Saudi ally and other members of the coalition.”

“Al-Thawra hospital, one of the main health care facilities in Taiz which is providing treatment for about fifty injured people every day was reportedly shelled several times …)

“It is not the first time health facilities have been attacked … Close to a hundred similar incidents have been reported since March 2015. (Emphases added.)

“Deliberate attacks on health facilities represent a flagrant violation of international humanitarian law (IHL).”

Amnesty, Human rights Watch, Médecins Sans Frontières (who have had three medical facilities bombed) and The Campaign to Stop Bombing in Yemen have all called for an independent Inquiry with the power to hold those responsible for atrocities to account. None of which, however, would bring back the dead, restore the disabled, disfigured, limbless, or beautiful, ruined, ancient Yemen – another historical Paradise lost.

FULL ARTICLE :-

http://www.globalresearch.ca/as-yemen-b ... ts/5505461



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Unread post by ghulam muhammed » Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:28 pm

Nearly 3,000 Civilians Killed in Yemen Since March 2015 - UN Official

At least 2,997 civilians have been killed in the Yemeni conflict since March 2015, including some 700 children, UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O'Brien told the Security Council on Tuesday in a briefing requested by Russia last week.

“Since March 2015, more than 35,000 casualties, including over 6,000 deaths, have been reported by health facilities across the country,” O'Brien stated. “The United Nations has confirmed that at least 2,997 of those killed [in Yemen] and 5,659 of those injured are civilians.”

O'Brien continued that in two days, the 2016 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan will be launched in Geneva, adding that the "plan asks for US$ 1.8 billion to address the most critical and prioritized needs across all governorates in the country.”
Yemen has been engulfed in a military conflict between the government headed by Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and Houthi rebels since 2014.

In March 2015, the Saudi-led international coalition started carrying out airstrikes against Houthi positions at Hadi’s request. Since the coalition launched its air campaign, several rights groups have documented use of banned cluster munition in several airstrikes, claiming that the they were used in Yemen’s civilian-populated areas, wounding and killing civilians.


Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20160 ... z40Z6lCKbu



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#73

Unread post by Conscíous » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:14 am

Sandel wearing Yemenis are kicking and killing the wahabi, salafi and takfiri rats in numbers (thousands) :mrgreen:
The worlds 4th expensive army , is getting there a** kicked like never before :lol: The saudis are losing men in there hundreds in every attack..
rumors are, Hezbollah is already in Yemen and advising the Yemenis how to make fertiliser out of this rats 8)

Yemen officials: UAE troops pull out, Aden airport is shut
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/ced8d723 ... rport-shut

Amazing Houthis! (graphic)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJ_nR9d2kxM



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#74

Unread post by Al-Noor » Fri Feb 26, 2016 9:22 am

Himmate marda to madade khuda, houtis are good example of this....



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Unread post by Al-Noor » Mon Feb 29, 2016 3:25 am

houtis are amazing fighters...

Yemeni forces capture over 100 Saudi troops, kill dozens more in Ma'rib

presstv



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Unread post by Conscíous » Sat Mar 05, 2016 7:33 am

Taizz zoo. The beasts in Saudoggie Jarabia (saudi) are enjoying themselves, feasting like savages.


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#77

Unread post by Tayyeb » Tue Mar 15, 2016 11:52 am

Russia take out weapons from syria to install it in Yemen. (hopefully)



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Unread post by Conscíous » Sat Mar 26, 2016 4:15 pm

What does Saudi Arabia want for Yemen and Syria?

Listen to this great interview with this rodent wahabbi hypocrite, abdallah al-mouallimi, saudi arabia's ambassador to the United Nations getting caught lying many times,.. This idiot believes everyone is stupid, just like a few saudi/wahabbi loving members on this forum!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gwHfXb1sP_Y



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Unread post by Conscíous » Sun Mar 27, 2016 7:16 pm

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Sandal warriors
Love how the Houthi Videos usually consist of two things, Armour going boom then SaudiSoldiers running away like the little girls :mrgreen: !!

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These retarded saudi monkeys said they will invade Syria... he he :lol:



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Unread post by Conscíous » Thu Mar 31, 2016 6:44 pm

31.03.16 Saudi Coalition suffers embarrassing defeat in northern Yemen: 400+ dead
Day three of the Saudi-led Coalition’s large-scale offensive in the Midi District failed to yield any gains for the latter, as they suffered another embarrassing defeat at the hands of the Houthi forces and Yemeni Republican Guard near the Saudi border-crossing. According to the Republican Guard spokesperson General Sharif Ghaleb Luqman, the total casualties for the Saudi-led Coalition and Hadi loyalists has now exceeded over 400 military personnel after three days of intense battle. In addition to losing over 400 military personnel, the Saudi-led Coalition lost an estimated 15 armored vehicles during the failed offensive on the southern flank of Midi District. On Monday, the Saudi-led Coalition – backed by Hadi loyalists – launched a massive offensive in northern Yemen, targeting the Houthi-controlled district of Midi near the Saudi border-crossing. However, the offensive was over-hyped by the Saudi-state media and failed to yield any significant gains, despite having air supremacy and the superior firepower against the poorly-armed Houthi fighters and Yemeni Republican Guard.

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31.03.16
Yemeni missile strike devastates the Saudi Army in Mareb


The Yemeni Army’s Rocket Battalion launched a Qahir-1 ballistic missile towards a Saudi military post in the Mareb Governorate on Thursday, resulting in a direct hit on their positions. According to the Yemeni Army’s spokesperson, the Qahir-1 missile struck a Saudi military post at the Nakhlah Camp in the Mareb Governorate, killing and wounding several Coalition soldiers and mercenaries. Prior to the missile strike, the Saudi Army attempted to infiltrate into the Midi District for the 4th time 4 days; however, they were repelled once again.

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Unread post by Conscíous » Fri Apr 01, 2016 3:46 pm

01.04.16 Houthi forces kill 50+ Saudi soldiers on the border

On Thursday morning, the Saudi-led Coalition – backed by the Hadi loyalists – attempted to enter the Midi District for the 4th time this week after losing over 400+ fighters during their previous attacks. However, once again, the Saudi-led Coalition and Hadi loyalists were stopped in their tracks by the Houthi forces and Yemeni Republican Guard after a fierce 4 hour battle that ended with the aggressors withdrawal. According to the Yemeni Republic Guard spokesperson, the Saudi-led Coalition and Hadi loyalists lost over 50 combatants on Thursday, including several mercenaries that were hired by the Gulf nations.

The Saudi-led Coalition and their allies have now lost over 450 military personnel during their failed offensives at the Midi District these the last 4 days. Countering the Yemeni Army’s claims, Saudi state television alleges only 65 casualties have been recorded in the last 4 days, with most of the dead being Hadi loyalists.

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Unread post by Conscíous » Sat Apr 02, 2016 6:47 am

Battle for Midi becomes a graveyard for the Saudi Army

Over the course of five days, the Saudi Royal Army and their allies from the Arab Coalition have suffered the highest number of casualties this war has seen since March 2015. This significant casualty count is due to Saudi military’s callous attempts to seize the strategic Midi District near the Saudi border-crossing. What has been even more shocking than the Saudi death toll is the resiliency of the Houthi forces and Yemeni Republican Guard; these soldiers are facing overwhelming odds and still beating back the Coalition units each day in Midi.

On Friday, the Saudi-led Coalition charged Midi once again and for the fifth time this week, they were forced to retreat after sustaining heavy casualties. According to the Yemeni Army’s spokesperson, the Saudi-led Coalition’s death toll has exceeded 500, making this one of the bloodiest battles the Middle East has seen in over a decade. This will not likely be the last we see of the Saudi Army either; they are determined to seize the Midi District, despite the great cost of human life.

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Unread post by Conscíous » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:05 am

anajmi wrote:So, let me ask you the same question again. I do not support the Saudis but you support the houthis. So what are you still doing here you shameless coward? If you do not have sandals, i can loan you mine. .
But on one condition, if you loose even one of them, I will beat you with my other sandals.
Repeating that you dont support your wahabbi monkeys, will not make it true :? .. You're always the first one to speak on their behalf and there to defend your retard mates, and the proff is ALLOVER THIS FORUM...
In fact, everyone at this forum knows you as their SPOKESMAN AND A STAUNCH DEFENDER of those ignoramus saudi/wahabbis..

Yes, I support the houthis because against all odds, they are winning on the ground and turning those saudi rodents into dust..Your wahabbi monkeys are dying in numbers and aren't making any significant gains on the ground, after one year with all that air superiority, and being the worlds 4th expensive arm in the world and still can't defeat the houthis, which only REFLECTS, HOW STUPID AND RETARDED YOUR SAUDIS MATES ARE :lol:

The houthis are doing a pretty good job, without me traveling to yemen on the contrary to your saudis monkeys, whom need your help. Thats why you should run and buy a one way ticket to saudi arab.. And since you are broke and jobless, Im willing to start collection and help you finances your trip :wink:

PS: And I also know what you are trying to do with my thread about "Exposes Barbaric Saudi Regime" viewtopic.php?f=2&t=11087&p=169619#p169619.. You want the Admin to lock it down because of all the unnecessary and personally fighting, like you've done many, many times before.. I know how you scum of the earth operate :mrgreen:



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#84

Unread post by SBM » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:25 am

This was the original post and now Conscious- a planted Zionist has turned this into Shia-Sunni thread
by SBM » Thu Mar 26, 2015 9:50 am
Now Saudi Arabia has started war against Shia Houthis, It is time that our BRAVE BURHANI GUARDS with the SADARAT OF QJ AND MALEK CHUSTER should help Shia Brethen to fight against Wahabi Saudis.



Conscíous
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#85

Unread post by Conscíous » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:51 am

Your still regurgitating your stupidity :roll: ?? Why dont you come up with something originally you dumb old basted??



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#86

Unread post by SBM » Mon Apr 04, 2016 1:18 pm

Conscíous wrote:Your still regurgitating your stupidity :roll: ?? Why dont you come up with something originally you dumb old basted??
Suppose your parents did not teach you manners. I never used foul language Time Admin look at this person and his language



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#87

Unread post by Conscíous » Mon Apr 04, 2016 1:54 pm

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Haha.. first get a dictionary and look at it, before showing your ignorance, which you are very good at :mrgreen: ..

And by the way, didn't your parents didn't teach you to respect other peoples opinion, even when you disagree with them?
Didn't your parents not teach you not to harries others? Or didn't your parents not teach you, not to lie or not speak of things which you dont know of??

Running all over this forum behind me, harassing and picking up fights with me and when Im giving you a good resistance, a worthy fight.. your crying like a silly old baby :roll: ??
Hypocrite is what you are!!



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#88

Unread post by qjbj » Mon Apr 04, 2016 11:13 pm

^ Keep up the good work on reporting the atrocities committed by the Saudis and their wahabi cohorts in Yemen. As bohras our relgious roots are from Yemen so we should be supportive of all the news that will shed light into the actions of the Saudis. It seems the Saudis have kept all reporters out of Yemen so they can get a free hand in the crimes they are committing. any news on Yemen is most welcome especially when its the Saudis getting their behind kicked by the Houthis.



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Unread post by abde53 » Tue Apr 05, 2016 10:14 am

qjbj wrote:^ Keep up the good work on reporting the atrocities committed by the Saudis and their wahabi cohorts in Yemen. As bohras our relgious roots are from Yemen so we should be supportive of all the news that will shed light into the actions of the Saudis. It seems the Saudis have kept all reporters out of Yemen so they can get a free hand in the crimes they are committing. any news on Yemen is most welcome especially when its the Saudis getting their behind kicked by the Houthis.
Bhai qjbj
I have not seen any report about our Rubaat or our places in Yemen, Conscious bhai only talking about Houthis and Saudi Wahabi.
Houthis are fighting and giving their life fighting Wahabis so what are we Dawoodi Bohras doing. are we giving any financial help to houthids or is anyone from burhani guard is helping them
Our Moula Muffadal Moula gave so much money to Pakistani-Narendra Modi who all support Saudi Wahabi why he has not given any money to houthis or provide any help to them. because you and all other are all talking about killing of wahabis tell us if you and conscious is doing anything to help houthis talk is chep



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Unread post by qjbj » Tue Apr 05, 2016 2:04 pm

I get your point but to me any information on Yemen is good considering the media reporting embargo the Saudis have put in place, Hopefully, Conscious bhai will have some news on our Rubaat and other places important to bohras. I would like to make a contribution to the Houthis cause but can't find an agency or contact who can ensure the contribution goes to the Houthis. For my part I have stopped buying anything related to Saudi....I used to buy their dates but don't anymore. It probably won't make a difference to the Saudis but its a small thing I'm doing.