Yemen War

Huge losses after the Houthis bombed targets in Saudi Arabia

Famous Saudi tweeter revealed new secrets of the Yemeni Houthi group’s bombing of new military targets inside the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, leaving huge losses.

The famous tweeter “Mujtahid” reported that the Houthi rebels bombed a few days ago specific targets inside Saudi Arabia including sensitive sites.

He stated that the bombing targeted the Jizan refinery, the third largest refinery in the world, which belongs to Aramco.

Mujtahid said a other tweet that “The Yemeni military information and the timing of the strike for the pilots’ residence in Khamis Mushait were accurate and successful.”

He added that there were pilots who were killed in those strikes, including pilots of foreign nationalities, pointing out that the foreign press will expose what the Saudi regime is hiding soon.

The Houthi group bombed the capital, Riyadh, in June, amid remarkable Saudi secrecy. At the time, the group announced the implementation of a massive military operation inside Saudi Arabia.

Reuters quoted a witness as hearing two explosions and seeing smoke in the Riyadh sky early in the morning of June 23.

Colonel Turki al-Maliki, spokesman for the Arab Coalition, said that the Houthis targeted the Saudi Arabia with eight drones, and three ballistic missiles.

The Houthi attacks targeted Riyadh and the cities of Najran and Jizan, south of the Kingdom.

Al Masirah television (belongs to the Houthis) announced that the Houthi fighters had carried out a “wide operation in the depth of Saudi Arabia.”

The conflict in Yemen intensified after the May ceasefire agreement ended, which was announced due to the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic and lasted for six weeks.

During the past months of 2020, the Houthi group bombed multiple targets inside the Kingdom.

For the sixth consecutive year, Yemen has been witnessing a war between the Yemeni government (backed by Saudi Arabia and the UAE) and Houthi militants accused of receiving Iranian support and controlling provinces, including Sanaa, since September 2014.

Since March 2015, a Saudi-led Arab military alliance has backed government forces against the Houthis, in a war that has left the acute humanitarian crisis the worst in the world, according to the United Nations.

The Republic of Yemen became divided between areas of the internationally recognized legitimate government in the south and areas under the control of the Houthi group in the north.

The French newspaper Le Monde said that the Saudi ruling regime is searching for an honorable exit to escape the “Yemeni quagmire”, but the political and military map of the torn country makes its mission impossible.

The newspaper reported that the Houthis, who control the capital Sanaa and continue their attacks, are ignoring northern Yemen, while tension escalates south around the temporary capital, Aden, after the announcement of the UAE-backed transitional council of self-determination in late April.

The Arab Coalition has not succeeded in achieving any of its declared goals since the start of the war, the most prominent of which is: restoring the legitimate government after the Houthis coup in September 2014, and the coalition did not maintain its cohesion.

In its report, Amnesty International recently stated that the war in Yemen does not show any real signs of decline as it enters its sixth year, and civilians from all parts of the country and generations continue to bear the brunt of military hostilities and illegal practices of both governmental and non-governmental armed groups. whether.

Serious human rights violations, including what may amount to war crimes, are committed throughout the country. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has documented the killing and wounding of more than 200,000 civilians since coalition countries began the war in Yemen.

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button