The pace of the effective military operations carried out by the coalition to save Yemen, with the government forces, and with it the national resistance, against the Houthi gangs managed by the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, is a promising growing pace at present.
The Houthis, along with dozens of officers from the “Iranian Revolutionary Guards” and the Lebanese “Hezbollah”, lost many lives and equipment, including stores and bases for launching ballistic missiles and drones.
One of the most important decisive battles is the battle to defend Marib Governorate, the stronghold of government forces and their civilian employees, as well as Yemeni refugees from all sides of Yemen. Where the fire of the Houthi brigades brought lava from the sky and from the ground, its harvest, according to the Houthi estimates, was about 15,000 lives, and according to the Yemeni legitimacy, an increase of 10 thousand to this number.
Not only that, but we have no less important battles on the western coast of Yemen, in Hodeidah and elsewhere, and in the mountains of Taiz and Ibb. The losses continue to the Yemeni army of Iran.
Yesterday (Tuesday) only, the Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen announced that it had carried out 17 targets against the Houthi militia in Marib and Al-Bayda during the past 24 hours. Shortly before that, the coalition had announced that it had carried out air strikes targeting secret ballistic missile sites in Sana’a, confirming the destruction of a large ballistic missile target in the Dhahban neighborhood.
I will move to another scene, which is the scene of American humiliation and confusion, which they want the affiliated allies to be their allies, to get along with it, meaning their loss is not enough for them, so they ask others to be lost like them! The Houthi tail of Iran is bullying the greatest global power, while it is watching. I meant the Houthi arrest of American employees in Yemen, a few years after he occupied the American embassy in Sana’a.
US officials said that about 5 to 9 US employees are still in arbitrary detention, including two from the US Agency for Development, which has been working in the country for 60 years.
The US embassy has been closed since 2015, after the Houthis seized the Yemeni capital, but some Yemeni employees continued to work from home or as security guards for buildings, before the militias recently arrested them, and the arrests followed, the Houthis stormed the embassy headquarters and looted its property.
The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs said, in a statement condemning the Houthi terrorism against American civilians, that it is necessary for the international community to “stand firmly against the violations committed by the Houthi terrorist militia in brotherly Yemen, and the importance of implementing international resolutions to reach a comprehensive political solution that guarantees security and stability for Yemen and its people.” Brother.”
The lesson from all of that is that firmness is the way, and there is no other way, to reach an understanding with Iran and its gangs. As for the American approach, with its Obama-Baydani approach, it is nothing but a recipe for the exacerbation of the disease.