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« Respuesta #210 : 02 Septiembre 2016, 22:11:20 »

Parece que los saudíes, a pesar de lo mal que les va en Yemen, redoblan la apuesta...

Saudi Arabia: Houthis won’t be allowed to take Yemen
By Paul Antonopoulos - 02/09/2016

Speaking to Reuters in Beijing, Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said the ball was in the Houthis’ court as to whether peace talks would resume or not.
“What is certain, not questionable, certain, they will not be allowed to take over Yemen. Period. So the legitimate government will be defended,” al-Jubeir said refer to Hadi.
“The chance they have is to enter the political process, reach an agreement … for the benefit of all Yemenis including the Houthis,” he said.
Saudi Arabia have killed thousands in indiscriminate air raids that have targeted civilian infrastructure like hospitals and schools.

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Y quizás por estas declaraciones llegó esta respuesta: un misil Scud yemení golpeó Taif, 700 kms dentro de territorio saudí:

Yemeni Army missile strikes 700km deep into Saudi Arabia
By Izat Charkatli - 02/09/2016

Sana’a, Yemen (5:04 A.M.) – A SCUD missile fired by the Yemeni Republican Guard reportedly struck the Saudi city of Ta’if that is located approximately 700 km deep into the oil-dependent nation.
This military development is of massive significance because it implies that the Saudi capital of Riyadh is within the range of the Yemeni ballistic missiles, and may therefore change the trajectory of the Yemeni conflict further to the side of the Sana’a-based elected government of Yemen.
Al-Masira News Channel and official military sources have yet to confirm news of this rocket attack.

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« Respuesta #211 : 07 Septiembre 2016, 04:59:55 »

Yemeni missile strike kills 30+ Saudi soldiers
By Leith Fadel - 06/09/2016

Jizan, Saudi Arabia (11:40 P.M.) – The Yemeni Army’s Rocket Battalion landed a direct hit on the ‘Ayn Al-Harrah Military Camp in the Jizan Region tonight, killing over 30 Saudi soldiers after a ballistic missile hit this military installation.
According to the Yemeni Republican Guard’s media wing, the Rocket Battalion fired a Qahir-1 Tochka Ballistic Missile into the Jizan Region of Saudi Arabia tonight, causing severe damage to the Saudi Army camp.
This missile strike tonight was conducted by the Yemeni Army’s Rocket Battalion in response to the Saudi Air Force’s merciless airstrikes over the Houthi-controlled Hajja, Saada, and Saana governorates that killed several civilians.
The fighting in the Jizan Region of Saudi Arabia has recently intensified, as the Houthi forces and Yemeni Republican Guard continue to advance north amid weak resistance from the Saudi Army.

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« Respuesta #212 : 08 Septiembre 2016, 04:53:54 »

Video: Yemeni forces ambush Saudi soldiers in southern Saudi Arabia
By Izat Charkatli - 08/09/2016

Riyadh, KSA (2:46 A.M) – Video footage emerged of soldiers from the Yemeni Republican Guard supported by Houthi militias ambushing Saudi troops in one of the Saudi Arabia’s southern provinces.
Reportedly, Saudi troops were led to Al-Shibwani hills before being mowed down by the Yemeni forces who killed no less than 10 soldiers.
Fighting has become so intense in southern Saudi Arabia that the Saudi government had begun relocating “Southern Resistence” militias from Aden to the southern border as Yemeni fighters advance on the provincial capital of Najran.

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« Respuesta #213 : 09 Septiembre 2016, 19:49:44 »

Houthi forces seize more territory in Saudi Arabia
By Leith Fadel - 08/09/2016

Jizan Saudi Arabia (12:15 P.M.) – The Houthi forces, backed by the Yemeni Republican Guard – continued their large-scale advance on Thursday, capturing more territory from the Arab Coalition in southern Saudi Arabia.
According to pro-Houthi media, the Yemeni forces managed to capture Al-Shabakah area of the Jizan Region after a fierce battle with the Saudi-led Coalition.
The Houthi forces and their allies were able to seize the Al-Shabakah area on Wednesday after they advanced from the recently captured villages of Al-Qarn and Al-Dafiniyah.
With Al-Shabakah under their control, the Houthi forces and their allies are on the verge of seizing Al-Khabuah, which makes up a large part of the Jizan Region of Saudi Arabia.

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« Respuesta #214 : 09 Septiembre 2016, 19:55:04 »

Houthi forces seize large quantity of Saudi weapons
By Leith Fadel - 09/09/20161

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Midi, Yemen (8:15 A.M.) – The Houthi forces seized a large quantity of weapons from the Saudi-backed Hadi loyalists on Wednesday, as they continued their large scale advance inside the Midi Desert.
According to pro-Houthi media, their forces advanced north towards the Saudi border-crossing on Thursday, killing a large number of Hadi loyalists in the process.

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Saudi supplied assault rifle seized in Midi

The photos released by the Military Media (Hezbollah media wing) on Thursday show dozens of assault rifles that were left behind by the Hadi loyalists, who were seen fleeing the battlefield prior to Houthi forces’ arrival.

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Large cache of Saudi supplied rifles

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Another photo of Saudi supplied assault rifles seized by the Houthi forces

Most of the Midi Desert in northern Yemen is now under the control of the Houthi forces and their allies; this is bad news for the Saudi-led Coalition, who want to push the anti-government forces south of their border.

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« Respuesta #215 : 09 Septiembre 2016, 22:38:45 »

Nisiquiera las han desempacado, nuevos de fabrica.
Por otra parte muchos soldados profesionales de Colombianos van a esta guerra por los sueldo abultados que les pagan estas petro monarquías, siento un poco de vergüenza. Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar
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Las guerras pueden ser declaradas al igual que pueden ser evitadas,y los que no conseguimos evitarlas,debemos compartir la culpa por los fallecidos- Omar N. Bradley
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« Respuesta #216 : 09 Septiembre 2016, 23:27:53 »

¿Alguien sabe de qué modelos se trata? ¿Son indígenas saudíes o fabricadas bajo licencia?
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« Respuesta #217 : 09 Septiembre 2016, 23:51:06 »

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¿Alguien sabe de qué modelos se trata? ¿Son indígenas saudíes o fabricadas bajo licencia?

La vasta mayoria son Heckler und Koch G4 alemanes (el estampado en árabe y en inglés no indican que se hayan hecho en Arabia, eso se puede pedir de fabrica, por lo que sé Arabia Saudita no fabrica nada del equipo que utiliza), junto con dos PK y un AK-47 soviéticas/rusas.
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« Respuesta #218 : 10 Septiembre 2016, 00:41:53 »

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La vasta mayoria son Heckler und Koch G4 alemanes (el estampado en árabe y en inglés no indican que se hayan hecho en Arabia, eso se puede pedir de fabrica, por lo que sé Arabia Saudita no fabrica nada del equipo que utiliza), junto con dos PK y un AK-47 soviéticas/rusas.
Saludos, camarada

Gracias. Ahora que lo dices, sí que parecen modelos alemanes.
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« Respuesta #219 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 05:43:31 »

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Nisiquiera las han desempacado, nuevos de fabrica.
Por otra parte muchos soldados profesionales de Colombianos van a esta guerra por los sueldo abultados que les pagan estas petro monarquías, siento un poco de vergüenza. Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar

Tranquilo, camarada HULMAN S, tú no tienes la culpa de lo que hacen estos mercenarios. Además seguramente en los medios de tu país seguro que no mencionan que mercenarios compatriotas van a pelear a Yemen del lado saudí, y tampoco mencionan las atrocidades que cometen los saudíes (quizás ni siquiera mencionen que hay una guerra en Yemen!) Es dificil que los pueblos protesten por algo que ni siquiera saben que está ocurriendo.
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« Respuesta #220 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 05:49:52 »

Saudi Air Force 60+ airstrikes over Yemeni capital
By News Desk - 10/09/2016

Sanaa, Yemen (1:25 P.M.) – The Saudi Air Force has been relentless over the Yemeni capital on Saturday, carrying out 60+ airstrikes above Sanaa’s densely populated neighborhoods.
Yemen-based Al-Masirah News reported minutes ago that 15 Saudi airstrikes hit the Sanaa Governorate town of Beit Sa’daan, killing 13 civilians and wounding a dozen others.
In addition to their airstrikes over Beit Sa’daan, the Saudi Air Force also struck several other villages in the Arhab region of Sanaa, leaving a number of civilians dead wounded.
The Saudi Air Force has also targeted several other provinces on Saturday, including the Hajja, Sa’ada, and Ta’iz governorates.

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Si Irán les diera a los hutíes un par de baterias S-300 en una semana o menos se terminan las incursiones aereas de estos hdp saudíes... A esos malditos Typhoons y Strike Eagles solo los veriamos como restos calcinados en tierra... Pero eso a su vez revelaría de donde llegaron esos S-300, y seria más problemático (Irán oficialmente afirma oficialmente no participar del conflicto). Para ver el contenido hay que estar registrado. Registrar o Entrar
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« Respuesta #221 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 05:52:49 »

In video: Yemeni Army fires ballistic missile onto Saudi Arabia
By Izat Charkatli - 10/09/2016

Sana’a, Yemen (10:32 P.M.) – Video footage emerged of the Yemeni Republican Guard launching a ballistic scud missile against Saudi units based in the electricity station located in the Al-Shaqaiq region of Jizan. No casualties have been reported yet from the incident.

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« Respuesta #222 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 06:04:03 »

TWENTY-FOUR HOURS IN YEMEN: UN, US, UK DEVASTATION, COMPLICITY AND DOUBLE STANDARDS

09.09.2016
Yemen
Felicity Arbuthnot
“Let me ask you one question. Is your money that good? Will it buy you forgiveness? Do you think that it could?” (Bob Dylan, b 1941, Masters of War.)

On Tuesday 6th September, twenty-four hour monitoring by the country’s Legal Centre for Rights and Development (LCRD) recorded the bombings by the Saudi led “coalition”, armed by the US and UK and advised by their military specialists, thus collusion and co-operation of both countries render them equally culpable for the carnage.
Yemen has a population of just 24.41 million (2013 figure) and according to the Rural Poverty Portal: “ … is one of the driest, poorest and least developed countries in the world. It ranks 140 out of 182 countries on the United Nations Development Programme’s Human Development Index (2009). An estimated 42 percent of the people are poor, and one Yemeni in five is malnourished. Poverty is endemic, particularly in more remote and less accessible areas.”
In the one day and night period covered here, attacked were the capital Sana'a and Sa'dah, Marib, AlJawf, Hajjah, Hodeidah.

Victims and damages:

Sana'a: Fourteen attacks, four air raids targeted the communications network in Nqil Yeslih in Sanhan Directorate.
·      Six air strikes targeting al Madfoon district in Nehm Directorate.
·      Four strikes targeting Daboa'h in Nehm Directorate.
Sa'dah province: Sixty nine attacks:
·    Forty five air raids targeted areas of Mandabah, al-Magda and Asharaf and Gulal Shaibani in Baqem district.
·      Airstrike targeted a government complex building led to the destruction of the building in Al-Daher Directorate.
·      Another airstrike targeted a private sector stone crusher in A-Daher Directorate.
·      Two air raids targeted Malaheeth District in Al-Daher Directorate.
·      Two air raids targeted the Alhesamah District in Shada'a Directorate .      Five air raids targeted Al-Boqa' District in Kitaf Directorate.
·      Seven strikes on houses and farms destroyed three houses and four  farms  in Ibad area, Baqim Directorate.
·       A strike targeted a house in the area of ​​Souda, Baqim Directorate.
·      Saudi rockets and artillery shelling targeted scattered areas in Razih District .
·     Five air strikes targeting Maran area in Haydan district.
Hajjah province: Seven raids targeted Midi District.
Hodeidah Province: One air raid led to a death in the area Alhemah District, al Khokhah Directorate.
Al-Jawf province: Eight strikes with a woman injured, the targeting of a house resulted in the destruction and damage to fifteen nearby houses in Al Ghayl District.
·    Twelve mercenaries loyal to Saudi Coalition were killed and nine injured by Saudi air raid targeting a house in Al Ghayl District.
·    Three air strikes destroyed a house and damaged eighteen adjacent houses also in Al Ghayl District.
·    Three air strikes further targeted three farms in Al Ghayl District.
Marib province: Two air raids targeting Sirwah District and an air strike on Hylan Mountain in Sirwah District.

This heartbreak, fear and destruction has been rained down in commensurate devastation near every twenty four hours since March 2015, Saudi Arabia is the lead culprit, but in the “coalition” are also Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait.
Ironic to remember Kuwait’s “victim” status in 1990, when Iraq was threatened with being “reduced to a pre-industrial age” for taking revenge for Kuwait’s slant drilling theft oil from Iraq’s Rumaila oil fields. Now Kuwait, population just 3.369 million (2013) is now in the gang of murderous bullies decimating a poverty stricken country - no doubt as a thank you to Saudi Arabia for extending hospitality to their ruling family when they fled ahead of the Iraq troops, leaving their subjects to face the onslaught which their theft had generated.
Those who unleashed near Armageddon on Iraq over an oil dispute are either silent on or participating in Yemen’s nightmare - and as ever money is talking and the US and Britain are selling the arms and the ‘planes in billions of $s.
Further ironically is that in September 2015, Faisal bin Hassan Trad, Saudi Arabia's Ambassador to the UN in Geneva, was elected Chair of a United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) panel. At the time UN Watch executive director Hillel Neuer said: “It is scandalous that the UN chose a country that has beheaded more people this year than ISIS to be head of a key human rights panel. Petro-dollars and politics have trumped human rights.”
In June this year Amnesty International called for Saudi to be stripped of its place on the UNHRC with Richard Bennett, heading Amnesty’s UN Office saying:
“The credibility of the UN Human Rights Council is at stake. Since joining the Council, Saudi Arabia’s dire human rights record at home has continued to deteriorate and the coalition it leads has unlawfully killed and injured thousands of civilians in the conflict in Yemen. To allow it to remain an active member of the Council, where it has used this position to shield itself from accountability for possible war crimes, smacks of deep hypocrisy. It would bring the world’s top human rights body into disrepute.”
He continued: “The strong evidence of the commission of war crimes by the Saudi Arabian-led coalition in Yemen should have been investigated by the Human Rights Council. Instead, Saudi Arabia cynically used its membership of the Council to derail a resolution to establish an international investigation … As a member of the Human Rights Council Saudi Arabia is required to uphold the highest standards of human rights. In reality, it has led a military coalition (carrying out) unlawful and deadly airstrikes on markets, hospitals and schools in Yemen. The coalition has also repeatedly used internationally banned weapons in civilian areas…” (Emphasis added.)
The double standards of the “international community” and its UN “umbrella” is ever breathtaking.
Equally breathtaking is that in July, the UK refused to rule out electing Saudi to its place in the UNHRC for a second time, in spite of Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein, the UN’s High Commissioner for Human Rights, having stated that “carnage” caused by some Saudi coalition airstrikes appear to be war crimes.
But then, according to The Independent (1) official figures in January this year showed sales of British bombs and missiles to Saudi: “ increased 100 times in the three-month period since the start of the attacks on Yemen. The sales jumped from £9 million in the previous three months to £1 billion.”
Arms sales above flesh and blood, terror, heartbreak and humanity, every time.
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The writer is indebted to the LCRD for the documentation of the attacks and for the careful translation by Ameen Alharazi.

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« Respuesta #223 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 23:35:28 »

Saudi Air Force massacres 30+ Yemenis in Sanaa
By Leith Fadel - 11/09/2016

Sanaa, Yemen (4:25 A.M.) – The Saudi Royal Air Force carried out dozens of airstrikes in the Sanaa countryside on Saturday, causing unbelievable destruction to this historical city in northern Yemen.
Among the many targets for the Saudi Air Force on Saturday was the Arhab Region of rural Sanaa; this area was repeatedly targeted with airstrikes.
The Saudi Air Force carried out 15 airstrikes over the Arhab Region, killing several civilians after they struck water distillation plant at the town of Beit Sa’daan.
According to local activists, the Saudi Air Force mistook a drilling rig for a missile launcher; this error cost over 30 civilians their lives on Saturday.
The Saudi regime has yet to comment on this recent massacre in Yemen…

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Cada día me convenzo más de que los saudíes y sus aliados saben que no van a ganar en Yemen, entonces utilizan la regla "Si no es mío, no es de nadie". O sea le dejan el país devastado para que los hutís e Irán tengan que invertir mucho esfuerzo y dinero en reconstruirlo...
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« Respuesta #224 : 11 Septiembre 2016, 23:37:43 »

VIDEO: Houthi tribesmen destroy armored vehicles at outpost in Saudi Arabia
By Chris Tomson - 11/09/2016

Houthi forces loyal to the Sana’a based government have captured the Al-Hanjr military area in the Asir Region (near Najran) of Saudi Arabia, seizing loads of heavy weaponry and destroying several Saudi Army vehicles in the process.
In the video below, Yemeni troops, largely composed of Houthi tribesmen, are seen clashing with Saudi Arabia’s army and raiding military outposts along the volatile desert border between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.

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