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Sunday, January 1, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 1/01/2017..Saudi Militias Set Record of 78 Defeats in 1 Week

Destruction a Saudi military vehicle loaded with weapons In Najran

Saudi Militias Set New Record of 78 Defeats in 1 Week

The Yemeni army and popular forces managed to defeat the pro-Saudi mercenaries nearly 80 times in different warfronts over the past week, while the Western media have not mentioned even one. The Saudi mercenaries were defeated at least 78 times by the Yemeni forces across Yemen and also in Southern Saudi Arabia. The Yemeni army and popular forces also struck a heavy blow at the Saudi militias in Sana'a's Ninth District, Sirwah, al-Jawf and Najran regions. Meantime, the Yemeni forces managed to take full control of the terrorists' centers in Hayd al-Zahab region.

In a relevant development on Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular forces took control of three more military bases of the Saudi army in al-Jawf province in the Northeastern part of Yemen while their comrades blocked the advances of the kingdom's mercenaries in Shabwah province. The Yemeni forces captured three Saudi bases in the towns of Khob and al-Sha'af in al-Jawf province, killing 30 military men. Meantime, the Yemeni forces prevented pro-Saudi mercenaries from making advances in al-Hajr district in the town of Asilan in Shabwah province. At least 30 pro-Saudi militias were killed and wounded in Shabwah province and sustained heavy losses in the Yemeni attacks.

Also on Saturday, informed battlefield sources disclosed that the Yemeni army and popular forces continued their advances in Ta'iz province, and killed several more pro-Saudi mercenaries in fierce clashes. "At least 11 pro-Saudi militias were killed and several more were wounded in tough battle in Ta'iz province," the Arabic-language al-Massirah news website quoted informed Yemeni military sources as saying on Saturday. Meantime, another Yemeni battlefield source said that six Saudi mercenaries were killed in the Eastern part of Gabal al-Han in al-Zobab region of Ta'iz province. "Another four pro-Saudi mercenaries were also killed in al-Salou region in Ta'iz province," the source added. He, meantime, said that the Yemeni army's artillery units pounded the pro-Saudi militias' gathering centers in the Southern part of the village of al-Hariqieh. "Several mercenaries were also killed in the Yemeni army's artillery attack on their gathering centers in the Ninth District of the city of Sana'a," the source added.The Houthis show weapons seized from the Saudi mercenaries. The area of Servakh, in the province of Marib.

2 dead as Saudi jets hit Yemen's Ma'rib province

Analyst: US Secretly Supporting Saudi-Led War against Yemen

A prominent analyst disclosed that Washington is secretly supporting the Saudi-led war against Yemen without informing the American people. "Washington is extensively supporting the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen, and Riyadh's crimes in Yemen have been concealed from the US people," Abayomi Azikiwe, the editor of the Pan-African News Wire, said on Sunday. Warning of the dire situation in Yemen, he said, "Saudi Arabia and the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (PGCC) members are now bombing Yemen with the US-made fighter jets." Azikiwe called on the peace-seeking world states to continue support for the Saudi people against their cruel rulers, and said, "The regime in Riyadh relies on the West and its accomplices in the region."

Turkey Transferring Al-Qaeda Terrorists from Aleppo to Aden

Yemeni security sources disclosed that a Turkish plane has transferred tens of Al-Qaeda terrorists from Syria's Northern city of Aleppo to Yemen's Aden and evacuated wounded pro-Saudi militias to medical treatment centers outside the country when returning to Turkey. "The Turkish airplane landed at Aden International Airport to transfer the pro-Saudi mercenaries wounded in the Yemeni forces' offensives in Ta'iz province for treatment in Turkish hospitals," the Arabic-language al-Ahd news website quoted informed sources as saying on Saturday. The sources noted that some 150 al-Qaeda terrorists stepped out of the plane as soon as it landed, adding that they had been relocated from Syria's Aleppo to Aden. Then when the Turkish plane was preparing to fly back home, a sum of 158 wounded pro-Saudi militias went on board to be transferred to Turkey.

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