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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  George1 on Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:57 pm

    Tehran tries to reconcile its allies in Yemen

    As the Intelligence online bulletin says in a publication titled "Teherean tente de sauver l'unite entre ses allies a Saana, menace par les manoeuvres d'Abou Dhabi", referring to own sources, some time ago, high-ranking Iranian officials arrived in Yemen, to establish a dialogue with the supporters of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh and the forces of Abdel Malek al-Huti. On the eve of the 35th anniversary of the establishment of the Saleh Party (the General People's Congress of Yemen) between these forces, which for a long time were allies, on August 24, 2017, even clashes occurred in Sanaa. The Saleh clan reproaches the Houthis ​​for monopolizing power in Sana'a, and the forces of Abdullek Al-Huti continued to seek opportunities to undermine this event. But under Tehran's pressure, the Shiite leader ultimately instructed his intelligence chief Abu Ali al-Hakem to take part in a reconciliation meeting with Interior Minister Mohammed bin Abdullah Al-Ghusi, closest to Saleh, who is also an acting general.

    During this meeting, the Saleh clan first of all asked that celebrations of the 35th anniversary of the founding of the party go smoothly. The request, formulated following the talks, led to a demonstration of strength by both camps. So, the Houthis ​​demonstrated their strength during the parade in the streets of Sana'a in the face of special forces, and former President Saleh mobilized several thousand of his supporters from loyal tribes.

    But the tension began to increase again from August 26. The Shiite police began to suspect Saleh of having concluded a secret deal with the Arab coalition, which is fighting against the Houthis, namely Abu Dhabi, with the participation of his son Ahmed Saleh. This assumption is based on the fact that the son of the president met in late June in the UAE capital with Prince Ahmed al-Assiri, who is the right-hand man of Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammed bin Salman on the operation in Yemen and is the second person in the Main Intelligence Directorate. This meeting was held on the initiative of an influential person in Abu Dhabi, Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nayhan, who, some time before, introduced Ahmed Saleh as the architect of the negotiations on the formation of the new government of Yemen.

     Making a choice in favor of the Saleh clan, Abu Dhabi expects to sow discord between the two camps. On the one hand, the Emirates are trying to upset the alliance between Saleh and the Husitians, concluded in 2016, with the goal of isolating the latter.

    At the same time, Abu Dhabi is still hoping to remove the current president of Yemen, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, from power and replace him with people closer to al-Nayhan. He prefers the candidacy of Khaled Bahah, who was previously prime minister in the Hadi government. But to the great disappointment of Abu Dhabi to this day, Hadi enjoys the military and financial support of Riyadh.

    https://bmpd.livejournal.com/2854087.html
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  George1 on Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:59 pm

    Even Houthis and Al-Saleh have differences and conflicts and even UAE and S.Arabia disagree on who is going to held power from their side. It is the most complicated, sectarian conflict in M.East at this moment
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Wed Sep 27, 2017 8:36 pm

    Definitely nothing to hide then?

    By JAMEY KEATEN Associated Press

    September 26, 2017 10:42 AM
    GENEVA

    Saudi Arabia has threatened other countries over a proposed resolution at the U.N.'s main human rights body, saying if they send international, independent investigators to war-torn Yemen that could "negatively affect" trade and diplomatic ties with the wealthy kingdom, a Saudi letter obtained Tuesday by The Associated Press shows.

    Two competing resolutions — one by Saudi Arabia and other Arab states and another by Canada and the Netherlands — have been proposed on how to best document the human rights violations in Yemen. The resolutions are shaping up as the main diplomatic showdown at the Human Rights Council session that ends Friday.

    Saudi Arabia has sent a letter to at least two foreign countries warning that the Arab states "will not accept" the Dutch-Canadian resolution, which seeks an "international, independent investigation."

    U.N. human rights chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein has repeatedly called for such an investigation.

    Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/nation-world/article175411431.html#storylink=cpy
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Oct 01, 2017 1:46 pm

    Flipflops, OK Yemini Army, shoot down what looks to be a Reaper from its prop.


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    Honewell TPE331-10 Turboprop motor, Amatek fan ve güdümlü füze parçasına bakılırsa kesinlikle Amerikan Reaper MQ-9 İHA.


    Yuri L‏ @imp_navigator 54m54 minutes ago

    Probably it's indeed US drone was shot down over Sanaa.. M299 - it's launcher for Hellfire missiles


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    US drone shot down by #Houthi missile in #Yemen's capital Sanaa on Sunday morning, Xinhua reports citing #Houthi officials and residents


    https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial/status/914426681443700736


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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  yavar on Sun Nov 05, 2017 2:18 am




    BBC reporting Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airport targeted by Borkan-2H missile هدف گرفتن عربستان توسط موشک
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  nomadski on Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:06 am


    I am so pleased with the latest news . Congratulations to Yemen rocket designer . So much progress under so much pressure and I hope that Saudi rulers will see that this war they have started , can bring ruin to Arabia , in more ways than one . And that for sake of both nations that they should stop the bombing and allow millions of starving Yemen people to get food and start to rebuild their life . Riding the sectarian tiger into war , will end in the tiger throwing them off and devouring them .

    The warmongers who profit , will profit even more . For as long as saudis consume their products . By waging war and buying their weapons . American warmongering companies must be the target . Their means to make weapons and to stash their ill gotten gains and their safe heavens ..........
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:10 am

    yavar wrote:


    BBC reporting Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airport targeted by Borkan-2H missile


    Wait wait where? in Riyadh Airport Shocked Shocked Shocked

    Saudis must be winning then. Twisted Evil
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  PapaDragon on Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:12 am

    Bin Salman is doing Night of the Long Knives in Riadh, fun times

    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/04/saudi-arabia-ousts-ministers-arrests-princes-and-former-officials.html
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Nov 05, 2017 12:51 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    yavar wrote:


    BBC reporting Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airport targeted by Borkan-2H missile


    Wait wait where? in   Riyadh Airport Shocked Shocked Shocked

    Saudis must be winning then.  Twisted Evil
    Looks like they may have hit the target regardless of Saudi claims the missile, probably as above a 'super' Scud, was intercepted. Seen video of explosions/smoke plus a four round Patriot? salvo lifting off.
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    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Nov 05, 2017 2:26 pm

    JohninMK wrote:
    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    yavar wrote:


    BBC reporting Saudi Arabia Riyadh Airport targeted by Borkan-2H missile


    Wait wait where? in   Riyadh Airport Shocked Shocked Shocked

    Saudis must be winning then.  Twisted Evil
    Looks like they may have hit the target regardless of Saudi claims the missile, probably as above a 'super' Scud, was intercepted. Seen video of explosions/smoke plus a four round Patriot? salvo lifting off.

    I am sure they were telling truth. One Scud with traditional 60yo design was intercepted.
    But I did not see any info about how many were launched thai night...






    PapaDragon wrote:Bin Salman is doing Night of the Long Knives in Riadh, fun times

    https://www.cnbc.com/2017/11/04/saudi-arabia-ousts-ministers-arrests-princes-and-former-officials.html

    And this right after visit in Russia. I am sure its again  Putin's fault  Razz  Razz  Razz
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Sun Nov 05, 2017 5:11 pm

    هيكل بافنع‏ @BaFana3 17h17 hours ago

    15 angry hysterical #Saudi airstrikes on #Yemen capital Sanaa tonight so far. Tells me the Yemeni Burkan 2H missile DID hit Riyadh Airport.

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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Nov 05, 2017 11:15 pm

    JohninMK wrote: هيكل بافنع‏ @BaFana3 17h17 hours ago

    15 angry hysterical #Saudi airstrikes on #Yemen capital Sanaa tonight so far. Tells me the Yemeni Burkan 2H missile DID hit Riyadh Airport.



    oh this does not exclude their version: one didn't Smile
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  PapaDragon on Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:57 am

    Saudi Helicopter Carrying 8 High-Ranking Officials & Crown Prince Mansour Crashed - All Dead


    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-05/saudi-helicopter-carrying-8-high-ranking-officials-crown-prince-mansour-crashed-all-

    Prince Mansour Bin Megrin is dead, poisoned by his enemies...Cool

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    Post  yavar on Tue Nov 07, 2017 12:26 am

    Yemeni resistance force fire Burkan-2H ballistic missile at Saudi Airport Riyadh 4-11-2017مقاومت یمن

    Yemeni resistance force Al-Mandab-1 Naval Cruise missile موشک کروز نیروی دریایی المندب مقاومت یمن
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:32 am

    PapaDragon wrote:Saudi Helicopter Carrying 8 High-Ranking Officials & Crown Prince Mansour Crashed - All Dead


    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-11-05/saudi-helicopter-carrying-8-high-ranking-officials-crown-prince-mansour-crashed-all-

    Prince Mansour Bin Megrin is dead, poisoned by his enemies...Cool

    Meeh this was to keep barrel price on right level  without Brazil commitment for OPEC Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil





    yavar wrote:Yemeni resistance force fire Burkan-2H ballistic missile at Saudi Airport Riyadh 4-11-2017مقاومت یمن
    +

    Yemeni resistance force Al-Mandab-1 Naval Cruise missile موشک کروز نیروی دریایی المندب مقاومت یمن

    but what will be now with blockade of ports? I hope this will be lifted otherwise it is hard to continue of resistance Sad
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Mon Nov 13, 2017 4:26 pm

    Quite a good background article on the Sudanese army in Yemen

    "In late September, the military leader of Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF), General Muhammad Hamdan Daqlu (a.k.a. “Hametti”), unintentionally sparked controversy by announcing that 412 Sudanese soldiers had been killed in the war in Yemen, a figure of which most Sudanese people were wholly unaware (al-Sayha [Khartoum], September 27; Akhbar al-Yemen [Sanaa], September 27)."

    https://jamestown.org/program/sudans-controversial-rapid-support-forces-bolsters-saudi-efforts-yemen/

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    Post  yavar on Tue Nov 14, 2017 12:25 am

    U.S AF LT. Gen. Harrigian: ballistic missile fired by Yemen has Iranian markings موشک یمن ایرانی بود

    U.S. Air Force commander in the Mideast LT. Gen. Jeffrey Harrigian: said that Iran manufactured the ballistic missile fired by Yemen toward the Saudi capital. He said remnants of the missile bore "Iranian markings.
    https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/us-air-force-official-missile-targeting-saudis-was-iranian/2017/11/10/7adab2d0-c618-11e7-9922-4151f5ca6168_story.html?utm_term=.f0ecf1a0873a
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  JohninMK on Wed Nov 15, 2017 12:56 pm

    Murderous bastards

    Al Jazeera English‏Verified account @AJEnglish
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    Saudi alliance bombs Yemen's main international airport, destroying a navigation system critical to receiving already limited aid http://aje.io/d78uh
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  Visc on Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:50 pm

    Visc wrote:Russia, Saudi Arabia sign air defense contracts

    Russia and Saudi Arabia have reached agreements on the supplies of S-400 missile systems

    MOSCOW, November 13. /TASS/. Russia and Saudi Arabia have signed contracts on air defense, Head of Russia’s Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation Dmitry Shugayev told Rossiya 24 on Monday.
    "We have well-known contracts on air defense and other issues, which have been signed," Shugayev said, giving no details on the particular systems.
    Earlier, the press service of the Federal Service for Military and Technical Cooperation said Russia and Saudi Arabia had reached agreements on the supplies of S-400 missile systems.

    http://tass.com/defense/975329

    Any explanation for this? This is much worse than Turkey story, which fortunately did not materialize (yet).
    I really hope this too is some kind of a game and it will stay at that! Because if child-killing terror state of KSA gets S-400 (or any other system capable of stopping missiles from Yemen) Russia and Putin are not friends of this world.

    Admin/mod thanks but no thanks for moving my post from Yemen thread to a thread with a very low number of daily views (KSA-Russia trade deals). This is highly relevant here so please do not move it. I support(ed) Russia, but this is just disgusting and unbelievable as Russia knows very well what's going on in Yemen. Does anyone have any more info or any explanation for this shameful announcement?
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  GarryB on Sat Nov 18, 2017 1:17 am

    Yemen will not be destroyed if Saudi Arabia has S-400 missiles.

    I would suggest a good probability that Saudi Arabia eventually pulls out of the deal anyway.... they tend to do that after promising to buy lots of Russian stuff.

    If Russia supplies SA with lots of military equipment it gives them some strings to pull in terms of influence.

    Currently the Saudis are turning away from the US.. Russia clearly wants to encourage this and does not have that many products to sell that Saudi A would be interested in.

    If Russia does not sell them these weapons they have plenty of money to buy weapons elsewhere... Aster, THAAD, etc etc.

    A few billion dollars to Antei Almaz will further develop Russian AD systems and SA is known for paying top dollar for systems.
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  eehnie on Sat Nov 18, 2017 2:46 am

    If I would have to say, these (S-400 for Turkey and Saudi Arabia) seem the type of contracts that never become real.

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    Post  Visc on Sat Nov 18, 2017 4:49 am

    GarryB wrote:Yemen will not be destroyed if Saudi Arabia has S-400 missiles.

    A few billion dollars to Antei Almaz will further develop Russian AD systems and SA is known for paying top dollar for systems.

    Are you even aware what's going on in Yemen, how horrible the situation is? Imagine getting indiscriminately bombed by advanced warplanes every day for nearly 3 years, without knowing when and where the junkie psychopaths will drop the next bomb... The country is completely blocked, there is no medical supplies coming in, no food, nothing. It's just death and despair! Regarding civilian casualties, disease and suffering, it is worse than Syria 2011/12.
    Iranian Navy tried getting through but was chased away by the sheer superiority of the Saudi-led coalition that is blocking sea access. And what is Russia doing? Making deals with KSA to sell them air defense...

    A few billion dollars to Antei Almaz will further allow the barbaric KSA terror state to continue indiscriminate killing and relax at the same time because there would be no possibility of retaliation from the Yemeni army and Ansarullah. But hey, business is business I guess? No

    GarryB wrote:If Russia supplies SA with lots of military equipment it gives them some strings to pull in terms of influence.

    Currently, the Saudis are turning away from the US.. Russia clearly wants to encourage this and does not have that many products to sell that Saudi A would be interested in.

    Russia's influence on KSA will never be of any significance. KSA's borders were drawn by UK, the House of Saud was placed to rule Arabia by the UK and, naturally, KSA is Israel's stooge since day one (now it's coming to light even for the ignorant part of the world). That said, Saudis would not and cannot exist without the US/UK/Israel/West. So the Saudis are not turning away from the US - this is impossible and something that cannot and will not happen unless KSA is destroyed militarily and Arabia leadership completely replaced.

    GarryB wrote:If Russia does not sell them these weapons they have plenty of money to buy weapons elsewhere... Aster, THAAD, etc etc.

    Western air defense systems are plastic toys compared to Russian air defense systems. Why do you think the West is so much afraid of Iranian missiles?

    GarryB wrote:I would suggest a good probability that Saudi Arabia eventually pulls out of the deal anyway.... they tend to do that after promising to buy lots of Russian stuff.

    This is the only somewhat viable part of your reply, except that KSA would love to get their hands on Russian air defense and only Russia can make them pull out or Russia itself can cancel the deal.

    In conclusion, this could be some high-level game (possibly similar to Turkey S-400 deal) that Russia is playing with the West which is hard to comprehend without inside information - and hopefully ends with nothing really delivered. Either that or Russia is still infiltrated and not a sovereign country, or in the worst case scenario - a wolf in sheep's clothing. No other explanations (or excuses).

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    Post  ATLASCUB on Sun Nov 19, 2017 4:52 am

    The KSA getting S-400 will not in any way hinder the Yemeni resistance nor alter the war. I very much believe that the timelines between delivery of the system and the war continuation/end won't even overlap. The S-400 deal is a gift offering to Russia by the Saudi's and one that the Russians will not say no to given the future outlook of the defense market.

    It's beyond my understanding currently the state of the Saudi family and its future geopolitical orientation (we can guess but it's just that, guess/rumours etc). It's however a fact that the KSA will need to shift to China eventually and managing a double-alliance between China/U.S will be a problem. Another fact is clear; the U.S will not hand over Saudi Arabia on a silver plate to the Chinesse...they'll burn it down to pieces before that and I'm sure the U.S is building such strategies for such an eventuality.

    If anyone should be bothered would be Iran but Iran is not planning an invasion of Saudi Arabia anytime soon and moreover, if it did, those batteries that the Saudi's will acquire will not be enough of a defense to shield KSA from Iran's ballistic missiles. Not even the planned THAAD acquisition, which is more fine-tuned for ballistic missile intersection will be enough. Plus there is more to war than that. Saudi's collapse is much more likely to happen as a result of internal strife rather than an invasion by a third party. Given the fact that both the U.S/China are interested in a stable/predictable KSA, no one will touch them. Russia is the only superpower of the Big 3 that perhaps in the future couldn't give two shits about them....that's; once the Russian economy is sufficiently large and diversified. China needs their oil... USA needs their oil (although not a deal breaker) but more so it needs the petro-dollar link. Russia only needs the KSA to refrain from oversupplying the market but that card will soon be of insignificant worth, not to mention extremely damaging to the KSA itself. So, the Chinesse and the Americans will battle it out for KSA while Russia "already" has Iran - that is, if it's not stupid enough to lose it by failing to consummate the strategic partnership at all levels and defend its ally with upmost ferocity - while it still can. If Russia can consummate the strategic partnership and keep the U.S from sending Iran back to the stone age (with China's "inaction") Russia is well positioned to be the most important foreign superpower partner of the strongest nation on the middle east - which Iran is on a trajectory to being.

    Anyway in Russian calculus; you take the money while you can. It's literally nothing.

    I'm more worried about Russia getting outsmarted by China with regards to Saudi Arabia/Iran to be honest. The SCO is a bust as the Chinesse are holding it hostage to their own geopolitics. Or to phrase it better, Russian/Chinese geopolitical interest diverge and as such, eventually, the divergence will be so great that a split is bound to happen. Russia's is no ones junior partner and it will bide its time just like the Chinesse did with the Americans.
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    Re: Yemeni Conflict: News #2

    Post  GarryB on Sun Nov 19, 2017 9:39 am

    Hey, don't get me wrong, personally I would like to see Russia have nothing to do with KSA, but at the end of the day they sell weapons and right now most of their former warsaw pact allies and ex soviet republics are not buying from Russia... they need to find markets elsewhere and KSA has deep pockets.

    They even sell rocket motors to the US and I am sure if the US decided to buy other Russian products the Russians would sell them to them.

    For instance in the 1990s they sold a Tunguska to the UK and an SA-12 system to the US, though the latter did not come with all the bells and whistles...

    If the US wanted to buy things from Russia I am sure they would be happy to sell them things... whether it is Hip helos for Afghanistan or just ammo for their small arms or anti armour weapons....

    But Russia will sell to KSA just like Iran will buy Boeings and Airbus's.
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    Post  eehnie on Sun Nov 19, 2017 6:45 pm

    It is not about sale by sale. Russia takes into account what they have in the hands (S-400) and the use it will receive in Turkey and Saudi Arabia.

    Which aircrafts and missiles would Russia expect to be shut down by the potential units of S-400 to give to Turkey and Saudi Arabia?

    Thinking about it, everyone has the answer about what Russia will do by the end.

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