- The Liaison and Coordination Officers’ Operations Room (loyal to Ansar Allah) reported 100 ceasefire violations in al-Hudaydah in the past hours;
- Ansar Allah and the popular committees held a military drill on the occasion of eight years of resistance against the Saudi coalition invasion;
- Ansar Allah shot down a Wing Loong drone belonging to the Saudi-led coalition in al-Jawf province.
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With Al Queda conveniently controlling key Yemeni oil infrastructures, who benefit from peace process? Not Yemeni people but Al Quaeda owners.. I was wondering how Saudi could maintain their oil output while their oil reserve is declining.. Anybody has any clue..?
You have to add the oilcompanies drilling there. Its the same for fx Syria. Not only the private owners, which are the Baathist by Assad. In some of the gas and oil production 51% are owned by outsiders.
You can look up if You are clever one.
I can only come with some kind of weather rapport prediction about Saaudi Oil. They know they the production soon slowly might decline.
Therefore they work hard trying to get ideas for getting gas out from there. They have a lot of gas but its in the hinterland.
One project which is possible but very expensive is to connect with the Israel-Egypt network by Eilat/Aqaba.
Seems quite obvious Saudi are in Yemen precisely to compensate for their declining oil output stealing Yemeni’s oil.. Or are they paying for expensive war just as pass time? And Why else Al Quaeda smokes screen control of Yemeni oil would be used for?
^says the “associates Al-Qaeda with saudi jew scum” psyop
listen jewlil, dont associate jew lil kikery saudis with Al-Qaeda, or you will pay for it dearly.