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« Respuesta #195 : 23 Agosto 2016, 05:14:23 »

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Si Rusia acepta esa propuesta significa meterse hasta el cuello en el avispero Yemení, lo que a la postre te puede llevar a un conflicto con los Saudíes...no se si Rusia estará por la faena de meterse tan de lleno contra las monarquías del golfo sin antes solucionar el tema Sirio...
A mí me encantaría que sucediese...pero no lo veo muy probable.  Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar

Comparto muchas de tus objeciones a que Rusia acepte la propuesta (yo hice las mías propias más arriba). Estoy de acuerdo que aceptar esto sin aún haber solucionado el tema sirio  es sobre-extender los recursos.
Pero por otra parte Rusia podría aprovechar la oferta sin que eso signifique meterse de lleno contra las monarquías del golfo. Por ahora los que están luchando son los hutis, y el que los está apoyando proveyéndoles de armas es Irán, y ambos lo están haciendo muy bien solos: les están dando una paliza terrible a los saudíes sin necesitar nada de Rusia.
Desde el punto de vista yemení (huti más específicamente), me parece que ven al posible uso de sus facilidades portuarias y aeroportuarias como una garantía de supervivencia: de la misma forma que el puerto de Tartus salvó ahora a Al-Assad, ya que para mantenerlo Rusia le provee ayuda, Saleh ofrece lo mismo para que en el futuro, si se viera amenazado de nuevo por Arabia Saudita, la sola presencia rusa sea suficientemente disuasoria.
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« Respuesta #196 : 23 Agosto 2016, 18:50:13 »

Muy cierto, pero tener bases  en el Yemen implicaría una zona de exclusión aérea bastante grande alrededor de cada base...¿con los Saudíes dominando los cielos iban a aceptar eso? ¿cuanto pasaría hasta que hubiese un incidente al estilo del SU-24 con Turquía? ¿Y si está vez es al revés y son cazas Rusos los que derriban un F-15 Saudí?

Creo que tal vez implicaría demasiadas tensiones en una zona donde Rusia tiene difícil alcance a nivel militar...a mi me encantaría ver arder las malditas monarquías saudíes pero...es bastante imposible, al menos de momento.  Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar
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« Respuesta #197 : 23 Agosto 2016, 21:45:44 »

Es muy probable que tengas razón en lo que dices. A pesar de lo mucho que nos gustaría, Rusia quizás no deba ser glotona y deba esperar a aceptar esta oferta solo luego de haber liquidado al ISIS y los yihadistas  en Siria (y haber resuelto este tema de los kurdos y sus asesores yanquis).

Pasando a otro tema, los hutís siguen dándole dolores de cabeza a los saudíes:

Saudi Army in serious trouble after Houthi forces advance to Najran Dam
By Leith Fadel - 23/08/2016

Sanaa, Yemen (6:00 P.M.) – The Houthi forces are now at the doorsteps of the strategic Najran Dam after capturing several sites from the exhausted Saudi Royal Army in the Najran Valley of Saudi Arabia.
With the Houthi forces on the brink of seizing the Najran Dam, the Saudi Army finds itself in serious trouble inside their own country, as the anti-government units continue the onslaught that allowed them to seize much of the Saudi-Yemeni border.
Making matters worse for the KSA’s armed forces, the Saudi-whistleblower on Twitter “Mujtahidd” announced on Tuesday that an apache helicopter crashed while attacking the Houthi forces.
The Saudi Ministry of Defense has not commented on this rumor; however, they have rarely discussed the ongoing military operations in Najran with the public.

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« Respuesta #198 : 25 Agosto 2016, 17:18:11 »

Emboscada huti a los saudíes cerca de Najran:
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En los primeros 25 segundos del video se ve como un tanqueta con ruedas Bradley de fabricación yanqui choca contra otro vehiculo acorazado, debido a la precipitación con la que ambos están intentando huir de la emboscada. Ambos son luego destruidos con RPG-29.
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« Respuesta #199 : 26 Agosto 2016, 21:42:23 »

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Emboscada huti a los saudíes cerca de Najran:
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En los primeros 25 segundos del video se ve como un tanqueta con ruedas Bradley de fabricación yanqui choca contra otro vehiculo acorazado, debido a la precipitación con la que ambos están intentando huir de la emboscada. Ambos son luego destruidos con RPG-29.


El primer vehiculo sufre una rotura de suspension en la rueda delantera derecha. Me parece un gran defecto para un vehículo que se supone que debe funcionar en el desierto y terrero rocoso.
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« Respuesta #200 : 27 Agosto 2016, 05:58:24 »

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El primer vehiculo sufre una rotura de suspension en la rueda delantera derecha. Me parece un gran defecto para un vehículo que se supone que debe funcionar en el desierto y terrero rocoso.

Has sido más observador que yo, camarada. Y coincido: un vehículo que se supone debe funcionar en el desierto y sobre terreno rocoso no debería haber sufrido tal rotura de suspensión.
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« Respuesta #201 : 28 Agosto 2016, 02:07:57 »

Houthi forces capture important region in Saudi Arabia
By Leith Fadel - 27/08/2016

The Houthi forces, backed by the Yemeni Republican Guard, imposed full control over the Shabakah Region of the Najran Province on Saturday afternoon, causing the Saudi Army to retreat towards the provincial capital.
According to Yemeni activists, the Houthi forces and their allies overran the Saudi Army’s defenses at the northern part of the Shabakah Region, killing a large number of enemy combatants in the process.
As of Saturday, the Houthi forces and their allies are steadily advancing in the Najran Valley, as the Saudi Army continues to retreat across their own territory.

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« Respuesta #202 : 28 Agosto 2016, 05:38:35 »

British newspapers make major revelations on the use of British arms in Yemen
By News Desk - 27/08/2016

The British ‘Observer’ newspaper has recently claimed that the ‘Raytheon’ factories in Britain have started to produce smart bombs for sale to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).
The British government is set to make vast profits from the sale of such weapons, with several orders already being placed by the KSA; since 2015 the price of these orders is thought to have reached a sum of 3.5 billion pounds Stirling.
The Observer goes on to note that the Saudi military has used such bombs in the shelling of civilian residential neighbourhoods in Yemen. The KSA remains the largest importer of British arms in the world, and its recent intensive expansion of its military seems to be aimed at assisting in its war against the Houthis in Yemen.
In keeping with this, Human Rights Watch has found that many of the weapons used in the Yemeni war seem to have been manufactured in Britain. Other major buyers of British weaponry in the region include Turkey, who recently bought 450 million pounds worth of weaponry, and Egypt, buying 116 million pounds worth of military equipment.
These large contracts have drawn domestic criticism, with the Deputy of the Scottish parliament calling for an end to sales to the KSA on Sunday – the call came at the conclusion of the International Conference on crimes in Yemen, held in London that evening.

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« Respuesta #203 : 28 Agosto 2016, 15:41:42 »

Ship heading for Yemen with UAE supplies sinks off Oman
By News Desk - 28/08/2016

An Indian cargo ship loaded in the UAE with vehicles and food supplies destined for Yemen sank on Saturday off the coast of Oman but without loss of life.
Omani fishermen and police rescued all 11 crew on board, Oman’s ONA state news agency reported. The vessel’s cargo was loaded in Sharjah, but the ship sank in the Arabian Sea 26km off AS-Suwayh because of a “technical fault”, it said.
The Times of Oman said the ship was carrying 69 vehicles, food, tyres and engine oils and had been bound for the port of Mukalla in south-eastern Yemen.
The port was liberated from Al Qaeda by Yemeni troops backed by the Saudi-led coalition, which is also fighting to restore Yemen’s internationally recognised president to power after he was overthrown by Houthi rebels and their allies.
The rebels on Saturday fired a rocket from Yemen that killed a three-year-old boy in the Saudi border region of Najran, a civil defence official said, It was the latest cross-border attack by the Iran-backed rebels.
Major Ali Al Shahrani, civil defence spokesman in south-western Saudi Arabia, said a nine-year-old brother of the boy was also wounded when a Katyusha rocket hit their family’s home.
The attack came a day after rockets fired from Yemen struck a power station in Najran, marking a rare hit on Saudi Arabia’s infrastructure after months of periodic bombardment of the area.
Attacks have intensified since the suspension in early August of UN-brokered peace talks between the Shiite Houthis and their allies, and Yemen’s government.
Ten people have been killed in Najran since August 16, when a single strike claimed seven lives.
The Arab coalition, which includes the UAE, has also stepped up its air raids in Yemen since the peace talks collapsed.
The coalition intervened in March last year to support President Abdrabu Mansur Hadi after the Houthis and forces loyal to the former president Ali Abdullah Saleh seized Sanaa and much of Yemen.

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« Respuesta #204 : 29 Agosto 2016, 00:48:38 »

Saudi Arabia recruit 5,000 from Yemen to join border guards
By Paul Antonopoulos - 28/08/2016

China’s Xinhua News has reported that more than 5,000 Yemeni fighters have been recruited by the Saudi regime from Aden and other areas of southern Yemen.
This new fighting force will be trained to fight alongside Saudi border guards who are finding it difficult from stopping Houthi forces penetrating from northern Yemen into Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran province.
The newly-recruited fighters will most likely be operating along the Najran Saudi-Yemeni border.
Xinhua News also reported that the first 350 recruited fighters have already left Aden to an Eritrean island enroute to Saudi Arabia.

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Reports: Mercenaries brought from Yemen to fight Houthis in Najran, Saudi Arabia
By Paul Antonopoulos - 28/08/2016

Reports have emerged that the Saudi regime have brought 400 mercenaries from Aden and Hadhramaut in Yemen’s south to fight against Houthi forces who are currently advancing in Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran province.
It was reported that the mercenary fighters were brought by fast boat to immediately engage Houthi forces who have reached the outskirts of Najran city and the strategic Najran dam.
Despite Saudi aggression in Yemen that has targeted civilian infrastructure, the Houthis have led a successful insurgency penetrating into Saudi Arabia proper and threatening to take over the city of Najran.

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« Respuesta #205 : 29 Agosto 2016, 13:51:46 »

Houthis delegation arrived in Iraq
By Paul Antonopoulos - 29/08/2016

A Houthis delegation have arrived in Iraq to meet with senior Iraqi officials to try and gain international recognition.
Yemen’s al-Masirah news reported that Mohammed Abdulsalam, the Houthi Ansarullah’s spokesman, arrived in Baghdad on Sunday.
The Houthi delegates Will meet with Iraq’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari and other Iraqi officials.
The Yemeni news report claimed that the delegation will meet with other countries in the region without specifing which ones.

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« Respuesta #206 : 31 Agosto 2016, 00:16:43 »

Video mostrando los avances hutíes en la provincia saudí de Asir:
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« Respuesta #207 : 31 Agosto 2016, 05:46:28 »

Saudi chopper crashes in Najran
By News Desk - 31/08/2016

Saudi Apache Helicopter Was Shot Down
Najran, Saudi Arabia (2:40 A.M.) – A Saudi Apache Helicopter was reportedly crashed in the Najran Region of southern Saudi Arabia tonight after completing an attack against the Houthi forces near the provincial capital.
Local activists claim that the Saudi chopper crashed in the Najran Region; however, they did not specify if the aircraft was shot-down by the Houthi forces and their allies. Despite several reports by local Yemeni activists regarding the chopper’s fate, the Saudi Ministry of Defense has not confirmed these claims.

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« Respuesta #208 : 01 Septiembre 2016, 00:13:14 »

Air strike kills 16 members of Yemeni imam’s family: Reuters witness, resident
By News Desk - 31/08/20160

People search for victims under the rubble of houses destroyed by a Saudi-led air strike in the northwestern city of Saada, Yemen August 31, 2016. REUTERS/Naif Rahma
(Reuters) At least 16 members of the extended family of a Yemeni mosque imam were killed on Wednesday in an air strike on their family home in northern Yemen by the Saudi-led Arab coalition, a Reuters witness, a medic and a resident said.
It was the latest in a series of raids by the coalition, which is providing air support to Yemeni President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi in his fight against Iran-allied Houthis who have seized much of the country since 2014.
They said missiles struck a house of the imam, identified as Saleh Abu Zainah, in Saada, the capital of Saada province in northern Yemen, home of the Houthi group which hails from the Zaydi branch of Shi’ite Islam.
The imam, his family, his two sons and their families, all died in the attack, including at least four children, they said.
A spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition had no immediate comment on the report.
Pictures taken by a Reuters photographer showed men digging up the body of a child from under the rubble.
“The air raid happened in the morning and because the house was made of mud, it took us until noon to be able to dig the bodies out,” said Nayef, a resident who helped remove the rubble to recover the bodies.
A medic said rescue workers were concerned about fresh air strikes when they arrived at the scene and found aircraft still hovering overhead.
It was at least the fourth strike by the Saudi-led coalition to hit a civilian target since U.N.-sponsored peace talks between the Houthis and their General People’s Congress party allies on one side and the Saudi-backed Yemeni government ended without an agreement earlier this month.
The United Nations human rights office called on Aug. 25 for more light to be shed on the Saudi-led coalition air strikes in Yemen and for violations including attacks on protected sites like hospitals to be punished.
Coalition air strikes were responsible for some 60 percent of the civilians killed since march 2015, a report said.
At least 10,000 people have been killed overall in Yemen’s 18-month-old civil war, the U.N. said on Tuesday, approaching double the estimates of more than 6,000 cited by officials and aid workers for much of 2016.
U.N. Yemen envoy Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed told the U.N. Security Council on Wednesday that he would resume consultations with the parties to the conflict in a bid to take advantage of a new push for peace agreed by United States, Gulf Arab states and the U.N. earlier this month.
“My priority will be to gain a re-commitment from all sides to the cessation of hostilities,” he said. “The escalation in fighting has led to tragic and unnecessary civilian deaths, casualties and a worsening of humanitarian suffering.”
On Aug.18 Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) decided to evacuate its staff from six hospitals in northern Yemen after the latest air strike on a facility run by the medical charity killing 19 people.
The Saudi-led coalition expressed deep regret over the decision and said it was trying to set up “urgent meetings” with the medical aid group.

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« Respuesta #209 : 01 Septiembre 2016, 18:11:29 »

Houthi forces seize Saudi military posts and US weapons in Asir Province
By News Desk - 01/09/2016

The Houthi forces, backed by the Yemeni Republican Guard and Saleh Forces, managed to seize several Saudi military posts in the Asir Province of Saudi Arabia on Thursday, Yemen-based Al-Masirah News Agency reported.
Following the capture of these Saudi military posts, the Houthi forces and their allies confiscated a large cache of U.S. and Canadian weapons that belonged to the Saudi-led Coalition.
In addition to their advance in the Asir Province, the Houthi forces and their allies are quickly combing through the Saudi Army controlled Najran Valley, capturing several sites near the provincial capital.

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