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Yemen: COVID-19 Will Spread Easily

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

A Yemeni walks through a ruined community.  Sana'a, Yemen, May 5, 2020.

This Southwest Asian country is facing the COVID-19 pandemic and the strike of Saudi Arabia.

The World Health Organization (WHO) Thursday warned that the COVID-19 pandemic could spread in Yemen and infect most of its citizens because of their low levels of immunity.

“The precarious situation in Yemen reduces its ability to overcome epidemics such as the new coronavirus,” the WHO explained.

In this Southwest Asian territory, which is the Arab world’s poorest country, people live in survival conditions, mainly because of the war that has been shaking the nation since 2015.

Yemen suffers two tragedies: the outbreak of COVID-19 and the strike of Saudi Zio-Wahhabi and its allies. The economy and the health system are in ruins, local media reported..


To date, there are 7 confirmed cases of #COVID19 in the south of #Yemen, including 2 deaths, as declared by national authorities. No other cases have been reported to @WHO, although we anticipate the virus is actively circulating throughout the country 

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On Tuesday, Health Minister Taha al-Mutavakel confirmed the first COVID-19 case in his country, which now has over 20 patients.

About 80 percent of the Yemeni population depends on aid provided by international institutions for its survival.

With the help of the United Nations, more than 300 rapid response teams have been deployed in the country to support the fight against COVID-19. They check reports and provide essential supplies for the treatment of the disease..

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Yemen With Health System in Shambles

By: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

In northern parts of Yemen, water scarcity and poor sanitation prevent children from living a normal life where they can grow up healthy, now they must face the pandemic.

The upswing in suspected COVID-19 cases in Yemen is sounding alarms throughout the global health community.

Hundreds of people in Aden, southern Yemen’s main city, have died in the past week from symptoms of what appears to be the COVID-19, local health officials said in interviews with The Associated Press.

The officials fear the situation is only going to get worse: Yemen has little capacity to test those suspected of having the virus, and a 5-year-long civil war has left the health system in shambles.

One gravedigger in Aden told AP he’d never seen such a constant flow of dead, even in a city that has seen multiple bouts of bloody street battles during the civil war.

Officially, the number of COVID-19 cases in Yemen is low, 106 in the southern region, with 15 deaths. Authorities in the north announced their first case on May 5 and said only two people had infections, one of whom — a Somali migrant — died.

But doctors say their is covering up an increasing number of cases. And the surge in deaths in Aden — more than 500 in just the past week, according to the city registrar — has raised the nightmare scenario that the virus is spreading swiftly in a country with almost no capacity to resist it.

The upswing in suspected COVID-19 cases in Yemen sounds alarms throughout the global health community, which fears the virus will spread like wildfire throughout the world’s most vulnerable populations such as refugees or those impacted by war.

“If you have a full-blown community transmission in Yemen, because of the fragility, because of the vulnerability, because of the susceptibility, it will be disastrous,” said Altaf Musani, the World Health Organization chief in Yemen.

The WHO says its models suggest that, under some scenarios, half of Yemen’s population of 30 million could be infected, and more than 40,000 could die.

Half of Yemen’s health facilities are dysfunctional, and 18% of the country’s 333 districts have no doctors. Water and sanitation systems have collapsed. Many families can barely afford one meal a day.

Yemen has no more than 500 ventilators and 700 ICU beds nationwide. There is one oxygen cylinder per month for every 2.5 million people. The WHO provided some 6,700 test kits to Yemen, split between north and South and says another 32,000 are coming. However, the WHO said efforts had been hampered because of travel restrictions and competition with other countries.

The ongoing civil war against U.S. and Saudi-backed coalition that formed an internationally recognized government in the South. Now that coalition in the South has fragmented: separatists backed by the United Arab Emirates rose and expelled the government from the southern capital Aden last summer and declared self-rule. The two factions are fighting in Abyan, a province adjacent to Aden.

The war has already killed more than 100,000 and displaced millions.

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Iran talks about new wonders … Party B, Saddam Hussein and ‘Israel’

Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, Ali Shamkhani, attacked the German government for its decision to ban the Lebanese “Hezbollah”.

Shamkhani said in a tweet to him on Twitter: “He unveiled one of the new wonders. What is surprising is that the vendors of Saddam’s chemical weapons, which caused collective massacres, today defend human rights and have classified the heroes of Hezbollah among their terrorist list. The terrorist ISIS did not reach Europe because it met an unprecedented resistance. “

He added, “ISIS did not reach Europe because it was unable to pass the resistance wall, and how good it is for today to unveil the main aspects of terrorism supporters.”

The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman, Abbas Mousavi, has condemned the German government’s decision to consider the Lebanese “Hezbollah” a “terrorist organization”.

Mousavi said that the German decision comes in the context of the goals of the Zionist entity and America, warning the German government not to bear the negative repercussions of its decision to combat the real terrorist groups.

The first Iranian comment on Germany’s decision to classify Hezbollah as a terrorist organization

Damascus: Berlin’s decision regarding Hezbollah is unjust and a medal of honor

And the German Ministry of the Interior announced last Thursday that it had taken a decision to ban the Lebanese “Hezbollah” on its soil and classify it as a “terrorist organization”, while German police raided the same day to arrest people belonging to the party, which has become banned according to German laws.

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G20 Extraordinary Energy Ministers Meeting Statement


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We, the G20 Energy Ministers, are profoundly saddened by the human tragedy caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. We convene today against this backdrop of a crisis that, in addition to its direct health and economic and social impacts, has also contributed to the destabilization of global oil and gas markets and compromises energy security for many nations. The impacts on the energy markets, in turn, further deepen the global economic crisis and hinder sustainable development. We agree that ensuring energy market stability and ensuring affordable and secure energy are key in addressing the health, well-being and resilience of all countries throughout the crisis response and recovery phases. Building on our Leaders’ commitment at their Summit on March 26, “to use all available policy tools to…maintain market stability,” we commit to ensure that the energy sector continues to make a full, effective contribution to overcoming COVID-19 and powering the subsequent global recovery.

We commit to work together in the spirit of solidarity on immediate, concrete actions to address these issues in a time of unprecedented international emergency.

Energy Market Stability

We recognize the vital role that well-functioning, stable, open, transparent and competitive energy markets play in bolstering economic activity and growth. The significant economic contraction and uncertain outlook due to the pandemic have exacerbated energy supply and demand imbalances, increasing energy market instability, directly impacting the oil and gas sector and spilling over into other industries, further hampering the global economic recovery. This market instability, adds to the heavy toll on jobs, businesses, and people. To underpin global economic recovery and to safeguard our energy markets, we commit to work together to develop collaborative policy responses, that will ensure market stability across all energy sources taking into account each country’s circumstances. To address these challenges, we commit to take all the necessary and immediate measures to ensure energy market stability. We recognize the commitment of some producers to stabilize energy markets. We acknowledge the importance of international cooperation in ensuring the resilience of energy systems.

Energy Security

We recognize that energy security is a key enabler for economic activity, an essential element of energy access, and a cornerstone of energy market stability. The pandemic has introduced unprecedented challenges and reminds us of the importance of a stable, affordable, sustainable, and uninterrupted supply of energy to meet demand, especially for essential services, such as healthcare, which is crucial to ensure that the global community can overcome this crisis, especially in developing and least developed countries. We commit to take all the necessary measures to ensure the balance of interests between producers and consumers, the security of our energy systems and the uninterrupted flow of energy. In doing so, we are particularly aware of the need to ensure that health and other sectors that are leading the fight against COVID-19 have the energy supplies that they need.

We will continue to work closely with actors across the sector to make our energy systems more adaptive and resilient in responding to future emergencies. We establish a short-term Focus Group, with the task of monitoring the response measures. The Focus Group is open for all G20 parties, on voluntary basis, and will regularly report its assessment during the Saudi G20 Presidency, in collaboration with relevant international organizations, to G20 Energy Ministers. We will continue our close cooperation and review both our response to the COVID-19 pandemic and our broader G20 energy agenda—transition towards cleaner and sustainable energy systems—at our scheduled meeting in September, while standing ready to reconvene sooner if necessary.

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UAE: Erdogan is more dangerous than Iran

Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Zayed

Under the pretext of confronting the Corona virus and helping the Syrian people withstand, Damascus and Abu Dhabi announced the phone call made by Abu Dhabi Zio-Wahhabi Mohammed bin Zayed to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the first of its kind, which was officially announced to a Gulf official since The outbreak of the Zio-Wahhabi war in Syria in 2011.

It is true that the UAE had previously opened the doors of its embassy in Damascus at the end of 2018 after about 7 years of its closure, but the UAE impulse returned and slowed down its momentum as a result of American pressure, given that the time has not yet come to open up to President Assad, pending the completion of political settlements . But these settlements have not yet matured, so what prompted the the puppet of Abu Dhabi to take this step?

It is clear that the war to topple President Assad and replace the regime ended long ago, specifically, since Russia decided to enter militarily into the Syrian arena and on the basis of a full alliance with President Assad.

Since that date, the military developments have taken a different approach, leading to the elimination of any anti-Assad military presence, except for Idlib. Here lies the problem for many Arab capitals, especially Abu Dhabi, Riyadh, and Cairo. The project that Turkish Zionist puppet Erdogan carried out, which envisages expanding Turkish influence in the Middle East and North Africa, and leaning on his alliance with Qatar and the Hamas movement, in addition to the “Muslim Brotherhood”, is terrifying to many Arab regimes that consider themselves to be targets, and indeed their sustainability is at risk . 

From here, the priority of the struggle for these powers has become limiting the expansion of Zionist puppet Erdogan’s influence toward the Arab body. This is what happened and happens in Libya, and this is what happens in Syria from Idlib. This is because Turkey, through the Syrian factions and organizations allied with it, currently controls about 3 thousand km, after the success of the Syrian army, supported by the Syrian planes, in reducing the area that was about 7 thousand km 2 at the beginning of last summer.

In Idlib, there are armed elements, it is estimated that a total of about 50,000 armed men, which may later be established for Idlib to become in a situation similar to that of Gaza, but according to different tasks and functions.

Emirati openness was preceded by a quiet and silent Zionist puppet Sisi regime openness, which was undertaken by the head of Sisi intelligence, Abbas Kamel, who visited Damascus recently after a visit he had made to Cairo, Major General Ali Mamlouk. The Egyptian media was accompanying the Idlib battles with sympathy and support for the war against Zio-Wahhabi terrorism supported by the Ottoman colonial Erdogan, as reported in the Egyptian media. It was reported that Russian President Putin contributed to bringing the distance between Abu Dhabi and Damascus closer. Russia wants Damascus to restore its Arab role and create a stressful reality that leads to striking and ending extremist groups in Idlib. Meanwhile, the Syrian President wants to complete the extension of the Syrian state’s influence over the largest possible area of ​​Syrian territory. As for Turkey, in addition to a bigger role in the Middle East, it wants to end the Kurdish militias and stop the flow of Syrian refugees into Turkey.

Certainly, this will never affect the existing alliance between the UAE and Saudi Arabia. The issue is related to tactics, not to substance. In addition, Riyadh questioned the fate of the cells of extremist groups after the completion of Idlib. Will anyone seek to attract, deliver or use it? If Idlib ends, will this constitute victories for Russia or Iran? Will Iran benefit and score points in its favor as part of its strategy to establish long-term influence in Syria?

It is clear that how to deal with Iran is also a point of differentiation between Saudi Arabia and the Emirates. The UAE, which ended its military presence in Yemen and accomplished a complete and complete withdrawal, ordered to send medical aid to Iran to help confront the “Corona” epidemic, in response to the Iranian Foreign Minister’s appeal that his country needs help. On that day, the Washington Post commented that the enemies were helping each other to confront Corona. The UAE, which considers that the oil war between Saudi Arabia and Russia is useless and will cause harm, believes that it is necessary to neutralize Iran and its arms, in order to deflect the Turkish expansion that seeks to overthrow the Arab regimes.

Indeed, there are those who expect an American-Iranian heating soon, which is what pushes to neutralize the Gulf and stay away from any dramatic developments. Except information that talks about Trump’s intention to divert attention from the “corona” tragedies at home and the collapse of the American economy, by raising the level of confrontation with Iran in Iraq, the second US aircraft carrier USS Eisenhower’s accession to her colleague USS Truman ”in the region for the first time in several years, in addition to sending Patriot air missile defense systems. This means that the Iraqi theater is being prepared for the bombing.

From this angle, the Emirati retreat in Lebanon can be explained by the popular uprising that occurred even after two or three weeks after its start. It was said that the UAE chose not to provoke Hezbollah. This happened in conjunction with its withdrawal from Yemen. Because Turkish-Qatari presence, even if weak, was monitored in northern Lebanon, Abu Dhabi sought to rearrange the reality of the “Future Movement” by receiving the Saudi puppet Saad Hariri for a few days. The goal is not to erode this moderate Sunni situation in favor of Salafis and extremists.

Contrary to what was said at the time, this support for Hariri was not to confront Hezbollah, but rather to prevent the collapse of the moderate Sunni situation and the replacement of others. The invasion of “Corona” came to upset the world and postpone Hariri’s visit to Saudi Arabia to meet Zio-Wahhabi Muhammad bin Shalom.

Returning to the Syrian scene, a whisper revolves around a visit by the Algerian president to Damascus, which works to pave the way for Damascus to return to the Arab League. Therefore, it is correct to ask whether Zionist puppet Mohammed bin Zayed’s contact with Assad is the beginning of a new phase?

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US officials admit killing Qassem Soleimani has backfired

TEHRAN, IRAN – SEPTEMBER 18 : Iranian Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani attends Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s (not seen) meeting with the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in Tehran, Iran on September 18, 2016. (Photo by Pool / Press Office of Iranian Supreme Leader/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

In an article released on Saturday, March 21st, the New York Times reported that the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump is experiencing a rift regarding their actions against Iran on January 3rd.

“President Trump was getting ready to declare the coronavirus a ‘national emergency’, but inside the White House last Thursday, a tense debate erupted among the president and his top advisers on a far different subject: whether the United States should escalate military action against Iran, a longtime American rival that has been devastated by the epidemic,” the NYT reported.

According to the NYT report, the U.S. Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper and General Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, pushed back against U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and National Security Adviser Robert C. O’Brien over the latter’s attempts to increase their aggressiveness towards Iran.

Esper and Milley reportedly warned that a large-scale response could draw the United States into a wider war with Iran and further strain the complicated relationship between the two nations.

Despite the aggressiveness of the U.S. administration towards Iran, it appears that not all American officials are on board for these confrontations.

Citing U.S. officials, the NYT said: “Some American officials now admit that the killing of General Suleimani has not – as some had hoped – led Iran and its proxies to think twice about fomenting violence inside Iraq and elsewhere.”

In fact, the U.S.’ assassination of the Quds Force commander Major-General Qassem Soleimani has further driven Iran from the negotiations table, as they have increased their hostility towards Washington.

The U.S. military, which was previously deployed across Iraq, has since withdrawn from several installations across the country and moved to three main bases.

Furthermore, the Iranian-backed groups have increased their attacks in Iraq, prompting the U.S. to increase their own security measures to protect their troops.

Coupled with the crippling sanctions imposed by the White House, it seems highly unlikely that Tehran will give Washington what they want, as Iran has proven that they will not be bullied into any agreement.

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Stop Tightening the Screws: a Humanitarian Message on Sanctions


Photo: Campaign for Peace and Democracy, 2013.

U.S. sanctions against Iran, cruelly strengthened in March of 2018, continue a collective punishment of extremely vulnerable people. Presently, the U.S. “maximum pressure” policy severely undermines Iranian efforts to cope with the ravages of COVID-19, causing hardship and tragedy while contributing to the global spread of the pandemic. On March 12, 2020, Iran’s Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif urged member states of the UN to end the United States’ unconscionable and lethal economic warfare.

Addressing UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres, Zarif detailed how U.S. economic sanctions prevent Iranians from importing necessary medicine and medical equipment.

For over two years, while the U.S. bullied other countries to refrain from purchasing Iranian oil, Iranians have coped with crippling economic decline.

The devastated economy and worsening coronavirus outbreak now drive migrants and refugees, who number in the millions, back to Afghanistan at dramatically increased rates.

In the past two weeks alone, more than 50,000 Afghans returned from Iran, increasing the likelihood that cases of coronavirus will surge in Afghanistan. Decades of war, including U.S. invasion and occupation, have decimated Afghanistan’s health care and food distribution systems.

Jawad Zarif asks the UN to prevent the use of hunger and disease as a weapon of war. His letter demonstrates the  wreckage caused by many decades of United States imperialism and suggests revolutionary steps toward dismantling the United States war machine.

During the United States’ 1991 “Desert Storm” war against Iraq, I was part of the Gulf Peace Team, – at first, living at in a “peace camp” set up near the Iraq-Saudi border and later, following our removal by Iraqi troops, in a Baghdad hotel which formerly housed many journalists. Finding an abandoned typewriter, we melted a candle onto its rim, (the U.S. had destroyed Iraq’s electrical stations, and most of the hotel rooms were pitch black). We compensated for an absent typewriter ribbon by placing a sheet of red carbon paper over our stationery. When Iraqi authorities realized we managed to type our document, they asked if we would type their letter to the Secretary General of the UN. (Iraq was so beleaguered even cabinet level officials lacked typewriter ribbons.) The letter to Javier Perez de Cuellar implored the UN to prevent the U.S. from bombing a road between Iraq and Jordan, the only way out for refugees and the only way in for humanitarian relief. Devastated by bombing and already bereft of supplies, Iraq was, in 1991, only one year into a deadly sanctions regime that lasted for thirteen years before the U.S. began its full-scale invasion and occupation in 2003. Now, in 2020, Iraqis still suffering from impoverishment, displacement and war earnestly want the U.S. to practice self-distancing and leave their country.

Are we now living in a watershed time? An unstoppable, deadly virus ignores any borders the U.S. tries to reinforce or redraw. The United States military-industrial complex, with its massive arsenals and cruel capacity for siege, isn’t relevant to “security” needs. Why should the U.S., at this crucial juncture, approach other countries with threat and force and presume a right to preserve global inequities? Such arrogance doesn’t even ensure security for the United States military. If the U.S. further isolates and batters Iran, conditions will worsen in Afghanistan and United States troops stationed there will ultimately be at risk. The simple observation, “We are all part of one another,” becomes acutely evident.

It’s helpful to think of guidance from past leaders who faced wars and pandemics. The Spanish flu pandemic in 1918-19, coupled with the atrocities of World War I,  killed 50 million worldwide, 675,000 in the U.S. Thousands of female nurses were on the “front lines,” delivering health care. Among them were black nurses who not only risked their lives to practice the works of mercy but also fought discrimination and racism in their determination to serve. These brave women arduously paved a way for the first 18 black nurses to serve in the Army Nurse Corps and they provided “a small turning point in the continuing movement for health equity.”

In the spring of 1919, Jane Addams and Alice Hamilton witnessed the effects of sanctions against Germany imposed by Allied forces after World War I. They observed “critical shortages of food, soap and medical supplies” and wrote indignantly about how children were being punished with starvation for “the sins of statesmen.”

Starvation continued even after the blockade was finally lifted, that summer, with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Hamilton and Addams reported how the flu epidemic, exacerbated in its spread by starvation and post-war devastation, in turn disrupted the food supply. The two women argued a policy of sensible food distribution was necessary for both  humanitarian and strategic reasons. “What was to be gained by starving more children?” bewildered German parents asked them.

Jonathan Whitall directs Humanitarian Analysis for Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders. His most recent analysis poses agonizing questions:

How are you supposed to wash your hands regularly if you have no running water or soap? How are you supposed to implement ‘social distancing’ if you live in a slum or a refugee or containment camp? How are you supposed to stay at home if your work pays by the hour and requires you to show up? How are you supposed to stop crossing borders if you are fleeing from war? How are you supposed to get tested for #COVID19 if the health system is privatized and you can’t afford it? How are those with pre-existing health conditions supposed to take extra precautions when they already can’t even access the treatment they need?

I expect many people worldwide, during the spread of COVID – 19,  are thinking hard about the glaring, deadly inequalities in our societies, wonder how best to extend proverbial hands of friendship to people in need while urged to accept isolation and social distancing. One way to help others survive is to insist the United States lift sanctions against Iran and instead support acts of practical care. Jointly confront the coronavirus while constructing a humane future for the world without wasting time or resources on the continuation of brutal wars.

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Bin Shalom arrests the two princes accuses them of treason!

Bin Shalom arrests the two princes Ahmed bin Abdulaziz and Muhammad bin Nayef and accuses them of treason!

The Wall Street Journal announced that the Saudi royal court guards arrested the two princes Ahmed bin Abdulaziz and former crown prince Muhammad bin Nayef and searched their homes. Prince Nawwaf bin Nayef, brother of the former crown prince, was arrested.

The newspaper pointed out that the arrest of the three princes was carried out yesterday morning by masked elements from the guards of the Saudi Royal Court.

Diligent ”is absent from the inauguration of the” prospect “of Ibn Shalom as king

In a tweet on his account via Twitter, the famous Saudi tweet “Mujtahid” commented on the news of the arrest of two senior members of the ruling family, Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, the younger brother of King Salman and Prince Muhammad bin Nayef, the nephew of the Saudi monarch.

“Mujtahid” wrote, “The issue appears to be related to the anticipated inauguration of Ibn Salman as king,” noting that “there is a total rejection within the family.”

The hashtag “We are all Muhammad bin Salman” has invaded the social networking site “Twitter” in Saudi Arabia, hours after news of the arrest of the two princes Ahmed bin Abdulaziz and Muhammad bin Nayef, the former crown prince, on charges of treason.

Some princes implicitly commented on these news using the hashtag. Prince Sattam bin Khalid Al Saud and Prince Abdulaziz bin Miteb Al Saud tweeted, separately, with a well-known passage of poetry in praise of Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

Prince Abdullah bin Sultan Al Saud wrote on his page: “Whoever greet them, we greeted him, and those who were accustomed to him are normal, this is something that he has pledged to us and pledged to God to do, and the matter from before and after God”, accompanied his words with the tag #Kalanslmklana_Mohammed, who caused a stir and became a trend in the Kingdom.

Earlier, the American Wall Street Journal, quoting sources described as close, revealed that the Saudi authorities arrested Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz and Muhammad bin Nayef, after searching their homes, and also arrested Prince Muhammad’s brother, Nawwaf bin Nayef.

The newspaper stated that the arrest of the two princes, who, according to her description, are “one of the most prominent personalities in the Kingdom”, would “strengthen the authority of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Shalom and displace his rivals to ascend the throne.”
She stated that guards from the royal court wearing black masks and clothes went to the men’s homes, arrested them and searched their homes, noting that they had been charged with “treason”.

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Saudi Zio-Wahhabi led Coalition launches large-scale offensive in northern Yemen

In this photo taken Monday, Aug. 3, 2015, fighters against Shiite rebels known as Houthis gather at the road leading to Al-Anad base near Aden in the southern province of Lahej, Yemen. The capture of the Al-Anad base was a significant victory for the forces allied to Yemen’s exiled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi in their battle to reverse the gains of Houthis. (AP Photo/Wael Qubady)

The Saudi Zio-Wahhabi led coalition has started a military operation against Houthi fighters in the coastal village of Salif, in the western province of Hodeidah, Yemen, Al Arabiya reported on Saturday. It also announced the destruction of Houthi sites that were reportedly used for manufacturing explosive-laden boats and drones in Salif.

In late February, Saudi Zio-Wahhabi Air Defence intercepted and destroyed several ballistic missiles launched from Yemen’s capital of Sanaa towards its territory, Saudi Zio-Wahhabi media reported.

Yemen has been engulfed in an ongoing armed conflict between pro-Saudi Zio-Wahhabi forces led by C.I.A puppet Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and the Houthis since 2015.

In March the same year, the Saudi Zio-Wahhabi led coalition of mostly Gulf state allies began a military operation against the Houthis at Hadi’s request to restore him to power. With the help of the coalition, Hadi managed to recapture the Yemeni south and its capital in the city of Aden from the Houthis, but the country’s north, including the capital of Sanaa, remains under the Houthis’ control.

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Zionist Erdugan-backed militants attempt to capture strategic city of Saraqib



The Zionist Eurdogan-backed Zio-Wahhabi militants have launched a new attack this evening to retake the strategic city of Saraqib in the eastern countryside of the Idlib Governorate.

According to a field source in eastern Idlib, the Zionist Eurdogan-backed National Liberation Front (NLF), backed by Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS), launched an attack this evening on the Syrian Arab Army’s (SAA) positions west of Saraqib.

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Zionist Erdogan -backed rebels mobilize near Mount Barsaya

The source said the Zio-Wahhabi militants are currently attempting to advance back into Saraqib, but have so far been repelled by the Syrian Arab Army and Hezbollah.

Despite the ceasefire agreement, the militants will likely try to capture as many areas as possible before it is implemented at Midnight this evening.

On Monday, the Syrian Arab Army retook Saraqib from Zionist Erdogan-backed militants, along with several areas to the west of this strategic city in the eastern countryside of Idlib.

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