Military Situation In Yemen On October 5, 2019 (Map Update)

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Military Situation In Yemen On October 5, 2019 (Map Update)

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  • Ansar Allah fired 3 Zilzal-1 missiles on positions’ of Saudi-led forces in the Hayran area;
  • Clashes between Saudi-led forces and Ansar Allah continue west of Haradh;
  • Clashes between Saudi-led forces and Ansar Allah continue on the Motun front;
  • Saudi-led forces shelled the Al Jah area with 10 mortar shells;
  • Ceasfire violations were reported in Al Hudaydah city;
  • Ceasfire violations were reported in Al Hudaydah city.

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  • Zionism = EVIL

    Saudi shithead morons are willing to negotiate an end to the quagmire, but their Americunt and Brit masters want the bloodshed to continue. The older pimps of the Al-Saud clan want to cut the idiot MBS feet. It will be interesting to see who prevails.

    Saudi Arabia says it views the truce announced by Yemen’s Houthis positively, claiming the proposal is something the kingdom has always been seeking.

    “The truce announced in Yemen is perceived positively by the Kingdom,as this is what it has always sought, and hopes it will be implemented effectively,” Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid bin Salman wrote on Twitter.

    The offer and the kingdom’s belated welcome follow a recent major ground operation by Yemenis and a brazen drone attack on Saudi Arabia’s heart of oil industry where dozens of US patriot batteries failed to detect even a single drone or missile.

    US government-funded Voice of America (VOA), CIA disinformation tool said on Friday Saudi Arabia is shell-shocked from the devastating attack on Aramco oil facilities last month.

    In an analysis, the agency said the kingdom has realized that it is facing defeat in Yemen and is consequently seeking to terminate the war.

    After four years of facing Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, the “once rag-tag” Houthis and their Yemeni allies have managed to hold off “the military might of Yemen’s rich Persian Gulf neighbors,” VOA said.

    Launching its war on Yemen in March 2015, Riyadh had sought to install a pro-Saudi Wahhabi puppet regime in power and crush the popular Ansarallah movement.

    However, the tenacious Ansarallah, which has proven to be one “of the most effective” fighting groups in the region, has forced Riyadh to realize the failure of its military campaign.

    “From the Saudi point of view there is a recognition that after four-and-a-half years, they can’t bomb the Houthi into submission, and that perhaps there has to be some kind of accommodation,” according to the VOA commentary.