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Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 4/12/2017...#Fast4Yemen-Stop bombing Yemen

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UN warns of famine risk in Yemen



S. Arabia Fails to Lure Yemeni Tribes into Cooperation


http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13960123001357



Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman's attempts to coax Yemen's tribal leaders into cooperation with Riyadh are all in vain, a prominent Arab analyst said.

"The recent meeting between Mohammad bin Salman with a number of Yemeni tribal leaders and fugitive Yemeni president Mansour Hadi indicates the volume of pressures and impasse that Saudi Arabia is feeling," Rashid al-Haddad wrote in al-Akhbar newspaper on Wednesday.




Noting that Riyadh seeks to use the Yemeni tribes as a leverage against the Yemeni ruling system, he said but political analysts believe that these attempts are all in vain.

Haddad underlined that lack of influential tribal leaders, Saudi Arabia's failure in sowing discord among the Yemeni tribes and its lack of knowledge and information about these tribes all make the Saudi officials' plots to charm the Yemeni tribes into cooperation fail.

Riyadh's attempts are made as the Yemeni tribes vowed to give crushing response to the Saudi regime by setting up military units in the Northern part of Sana'a province against the Riyadh-back troops.

The military brigades were launched by several tribes of Arhab region in Northern Sana'a after the Saudi warplanes pounded a mourning ceremony in the region in February.

The Saudi fighter jets bombarded a mourning ceremony in the village of Shara'a in Arhab region North of Sana'a province in mid February. At least 8 Yemeni women and children were killed and 10 others were wounded in the Saudi airstrikes.

The Yemeni tribes warned that they will give a crushing response to the Saudi airstrikes, specially at a time when Riyadh has prevented peace talks from achieving any result.

A number of Yemeni tribal leaders and Commander of the Yemeni Army's Fourth Brigade Abu Ali were present in the ceremony held to mark the start of operation by the new military units of the Yemeni tribes.

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Saudi-Backed Troops' Military Positions in Ta'iz Hit Hard by Yemen's Qaher Ballistic Missile, Sudanese Officers, Soldiers Killed

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13960123000692



The Yemeni army and popular forces hit hard the military positions of the Saudi-led troops with Qaher M2 missile, inflicting heavy losses on the coalition's foreign officers, soldiers.

The Saudi-backed militias' concentration centers and military positions in al-Mukha region of Ta'iz province in Western Yemen came under the Yemeni army's Qaher M2 ballistic missile attack.

Tens of Saudi-led troops, including a number of Sudanese officers and soldiers, were killed in Yemen's missile attack.

The attack also left seven military vehicles destroyed.

The Sudanese army in a statement admitted that five of its military men, including an officer, have been killed and 22 others wounded in Yemen's missile attack without mentioning the place and date of the attack.

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