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Saturday, April 29, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 4/29/2017...Saudi-Led Troops Sustain Heavy Losses in Ballistic Missile Attack

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Saudi-Led Troops Sustain Heavy Losses in Yemen's Ballistic Missile Attack

The Yemeni army and popular forces pounded the gathering centers of the Saudi-led forces in Jizan province in the Southern part of the kingdom with a ballistic missile, inflicting heavy losses on them. The Saudi-led troops' concentration centers in Jizan's al-Mousem region came under Yemen's Qaher M2 ballistic missile attack on Friday midnight. Local witnesses said several Saudi-led troops were killed in the missile attack. In relevant remarks earlier this month, the Yemeni fired another ballistic missile at the military positions of the Saudi-backed militants in al-Jawf province, killing several of their commanders. The Saudi-backed militias' military positions in al-Jawf province came under Yemen's Qaher-M2 ballistic missile attack that killed a number of them, including Badr al-Habishi. Another pro-Hadi commander named Ebrahim al-Vayeli was badly wounded in the attack.

The Hussites struck several blows with medium-range ballistic missiles in Saudi Arabia.
Military supporters of ex-President Saleh launched several missiles at
the military bases and positions of the Saudi army in the province of

The Saudis keep quiet about the losses, but the past cases of such
attacks were usually accompanied by dozens of dead and wounded.

Strategically, the situation does not change much. Khusit and Saleh control the western part of Yemen, the interventionists led by Saudi Arabia part of central and eastern Yemen.
Al-Qaeda and the Caliphate occupy part of the territory of central and
eastern Yemen, undermining the rear of the Saudis by systematic attacks
and terrorist attacks.

On the main front, fighting goes on in the Taiz region and in the
coastal zone. The small tactical successes of the parties do not change
the general pathetic state of the Yemeni war, when the parties simply do
not have enough strength to defeat each other.

Medicine shortage threatening lives of cancer patients in Yemen

Trump's Words to Blackmail Riyadh Works: Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Starts Payoffs

Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman has literally bribed the new US administration by paying $56m to Donald Trump, media sources said.

According to Naba' news website affiliated to the Saudi dissidents, bin Salman is paying off the US to buy its support for finding a grip over the crown.

"Since Uncle Sam's satisfaction is the first step for the Saudi princes to get on the crown, paying off Washington seems to be a taken-for-granted fact," Rami Khalil, a reporter of Naba' website wrote.

He added that since the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act (JASTA) is like a sword over the head of the al-Saud, they have no way out but to bribe the US, noting that the Yemen quagmire is also another reason for Riyadh to seek Washington's support.

A prominent Yemeni analyst said earlier this month that the US has been paid several trillion dollars by Saudi Arabia to protect its crown, adding that Riyadh has recently bribed Washington's support for the Yemen war with $200bln.

"Washington has asked for more money to defend the Saudi regime and Riyadh has recently paid $200bln to the US for the costs of its support for the war in Yemen," Saleh al-Qarshi told FNA.

"This is apart from the huge amounts of money that Saudi Arabia pays to the US treasury for protecting its crown," he added.

According to al-Qarshi, former Saudi Intelligence Chief Turki al-Feisal revealed last year that his country has bought the low-profit US treasury bonds to help the US economy.

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