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Saudi Arabia Invades Yemen Again

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A new chapter opens in the region, the coward Zionist puppet Saudi invades Yemen, it must be ready to give up on Yemeni provinces that it occupied decades ago.

 

It is a must for ALL SHIAS to help and pray for Ansarallah movement and their supporters in Yemen as much as possible.

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PressTv-  Saudi Arabia starts military intervention in Yemen: Saudi envoy

 

Saudi military forces have launched a military operation in Yemen where the Ansarullah fighters have acquired power, says the monarchy’s ambassador to the United States​.

 

"The operation is to defend the legitimate government," Adel al-Jubeir told reporters in a rare news conference in Washington, referring to the administration of President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi who reportedly fled the country earlier in the day.

 

He added that the current situation in Yemen “is not an option" for Riyadh, saying the operation began at 7 pm Eastern time.

He further accused the Houthi fighters of having “always chosen the path of violence", claiming Riyadh would do “anything necessary” for "the legitimate government” of the Arab world’s most impoverished county.

 

Meanwhile, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, the UAE along with Saudi Arabia released a joint statement that they "have decided to answer the call of President Hadi” against the movement’s ”aggression”.

 

The statement included all member states of the (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) except Oman.

NT/AS/MHB

 

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^ Hello,

 

I see.  Thanks for clarifying.  What were the previous victories?

 

All the Best,

David

Salam , really you don't know ? so let us ask US senator so that you can agree :

 

They already control Tehran and, increasingly, they control Damascus and Beirut and Baghdad. And now, Sana’a as well "

 

thanks God we can at least agree with one common point .expect that i don't think it is just Iran  ,but also brave Afghan, Iraqi ,Yemeni ,Syrian and .... people .

you asked me about the upcoming victory and the previous ones .however if you ask for the future victory , I would say it is Qods .

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Alhamdolillah I think the second stages of Imam Mahdi's prophecies are beginning to show. 

Well said , InshaAllah .as far as i know it is Yemeni people who first capture Mecca .the interesting thing is that Hothi's base distance to Mecca is nearer than Saudi capital to Mecca .

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-According to Alarabiya: Saudi declares Yemen airspace "restricted area" LOL :lol:

 

-Sudan's Bashir completely closes all Iranian centers and switches side becoming a Saudi-important ally in war against Yemen according to Alarabiya :blink: :D

 

-Jordan and Egypt are willing to join Saudi invasion if needed according to Aljazeera

 

-Obama supported Saudi invasion of Yemen, according to Aljazeera and RTV

 

-Three Houthi commanders killed in bombings of Sanaa and Houthis air defense destroyed according to Saudi sources, Alarabiya reports

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A new chapter opens in the region, the coward Zionist puppet Saudi invades Yemen, it must be ready to give up on Yemeni provinces that it occupied decades ago.

 

It is a must for ALL SHIAS to help and pray for Ansarallah movement and their supporters in Yemen as much as possible.

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PressTv-  Saudi Arabia starts military intervention in Yemen: Saudi envoy

 

Saudi military forces have launched a military operation in Yemen where the Ansarullah fighters have acquired power, says the monarchy’s ambassador to the United States​.

 

"The operation is to defend the legitimate government," Adel al-Jubeir told reporters in a rare news conference in Washington, referring to the administration of President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi who reportedly fled the country earlier in the day.

 

He added that the current situation in Yemen “is not an option" for Riyadh, saying the operation began at 7 pm Eastern time.

He further accused the Houthi fighters of having “always chosen the path of violence", claiming Riyadh would do “anything necessary” for "the legitimate government” of the Arab world’s most impoverished county.

 

Meanwhile, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, the UAE along with Saudi Arabia released a joint statement that they "have decided to answer the call of President Hadi” against the movement’s ”aggression”.

 

The statement included all member states of the (Persian) Gulf Cooperation Council ([P]GCC) except Oman.

NT/AS/MHB

 

God Bless Qaboos.

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This first airstrike is really bad news, it wiped out a lot of the Houthi's air-defence systems and air force. And now they've also declared a no-fly zone over Yemeni airspace. It will be interesting to see how the Houthis counter this attack, even though it won't nearly be as close to the damage the Saudis are causing.

 

The Qatifi Shi'i need to find a way to liberate their province so that these Saudi parasites know that they have a revolution of their own to try and quell before they can move onto other revolutions. They're fueling one "revolution" in Syria while suppressing legitimate ones in Yemen and Bahrain. I bet the mishayikh in Saudiya are enjoying their wealth stolen from Shi'a properties in Qatif.

 

All we need is for al-Khalifa to fall in Bahrain, then one by one the Yemenis and the Qatifis will be that much closer to their freedoms. If only Iraq was stronger, Saudi Arabia would be quivering like they were when they thought Saddam with his fourth largest army in the world would attack them. They wouldn't even think about invading Yemen. But unfortunately, in this case, I don't see good things in the future for the Houthis. The Saudis were pretty angry about Sayed Sistani [r] mediating the talks in their first conflict, hopefully Sayed Sistani can do the same for this one before the casualties start to grow.

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^There is no way the Saudis can install their puppets again in Sanaa! You will see that.

 

Anyhow, the Saudis and their Wahabi networks including Turkey want to score, because they are in a loss for years now. Cases like Bahrain was not a win at all, but a shame under their names and influence.

 

The dirty-country of Pakistan a long term British agent that entered this conflict as Alarabiya reports that, Pakistani military is also taking part, that tells the entire sectarian revenge of these Wahabi pigs and their cult. They are losing in Syria and Iraq and everything is backfiring, so they want to make a point in Yemen. But, clearly they picked a very wrong place and region to mess with. Houthis and their allies in the country will never give in to Saudi-Takfiri demands and will strike them back...

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Breaking News-: At least 17 civilians were killed in Sanaa during the overnight offensive, civil defence sources told AFP news agency.

Saudi-owned Al Arabiya reported that 100 Saudi warplanes were involved in the offensive.

 

Death to all those who are participating- in this invasion!

 

The Houthis Inshallah to avenge every single death!

 

 

 

 

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IBTIMES-: Houthi-controlled television in Yemen is broadcasting pictures showing what it claims to be a Saudi plane shot down over the capital, Sana'a, according to social media reports.

 

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Houthi led TV shows the first Saudi jet shot down over Sana'a Yemen. Fighters are searching for the pilot.

 

The downing of Saudi jet has not been confirmed.

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There are a lot of Pakistani pilots in KSA, most of them are trainers but there could be active duty pilots as well. This would explain the current visit of Nawaz Sharif to KSA and upping the ante against MQM to distract Pakistanis from these events.  

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Curse be on ale Saud and their,partners supporters and lovers. They will fail,inshallah.

The oil price rised and "the markets" are nervous.That's not going to be tolerated,so they will have to withdraw soon, I think.And if not they get fighted and will be defeated,bi iznillah.

Aren't the Houthis Zaydis i.e. they don't believe in 12 Imams? Then why should the reapparence of al-Mahdi (aj) be near?

Read here please http://mesi.org.uk/ViewNews.aspx?ArticleId=3442 http://www.criticalthreats.org/yemen/profile-al-houthi-movement Edited by mina313

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Aren't the Houthis Zaydis i.e. they don't believe in 12 Imams? Then why should the reapparence of al-Mahdi (aj) be near?

 

http://www.shiachat.com/forum/topic/235028718-rising-of-houthis-before-sufyani-la/?p=2780927

 

interesting enough there is a suni hadith i remember talking about a fire starting in Aden (that will cause ppl to migrate .. ) .. wonder if we have this one in shia hadiths too ..

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