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Humilation at its core.

Saudi armed forces are literally garbage. All that fancy equipment only to be getting its *** beaten by a bunch of tribesman.

Before any Saudi starts saying fighting pkk for 40 years please tell me where have the Turkish army got like thousands of its own troops captured by pkk terrorists in a single day?? Because it has not happened at all.

Saudis need to learn the art of war. Barbarossa Hayreddin Pasha was so right about Arab soldiers it is laughable and pathetic.

they are silenced twice.. you have to slap the brat..
 

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The North Yemen forces just released new footage of part II of the operation. Lots of military hardware captured. Not as many prisoners or casualties though.

However it shows the ineffectiveness of the Saudi airforce in close air support. The pilots seems to be flying blind and not able to tell friendly from enemy. There main job is to destroy their own bases after being abandoned. Extremely chaotic. They seem to be running out of ammunition before being able to making any real changes in the battlefield.

North Yemeni fighters go in small groups. Usually 3-6 from what I can see. They are scattered pretty far from each other which makes extremely difficult for the Saudi Air Force to target them. At this rate they’re probably going to need $10,000,000 for every Yemeni soldier they kill considering the loss of equipment, ammunition and cost to keep the jets flying.

The northern Yemeni army spokesmen said they captured enough ammunition to keep fighting for another 8-12 months from these operations alone.

Flash video of part one. Op “victory from God”


Vehicles seized during phase I.

 
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Some photos of the captured KSA-led Hadi-regime soldiers and equipment by Ansar Allah:

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How many captured soldiers in those photos alone? 100? 200?

Mostly African mercenaries recruited by Saudis to fight in Yemen, very sad for them.

I think with all the US equipment Ansar Allah are seizing from the incompetent Saudis, they can start exporting them to other countries!
 

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It looks like the truce is working. No Houthis/AlliedbYemen army/People's Committees' drones were reported attacking Saudi Arabia, and no bombing from the Saudi-led Arab coalition were also reported. Hopefully, this truce will hold and negotiations will be given a chance.
 

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It looks like the truce is working. No Houthis/AlliedbYemen army/People's Committees' drones were reported attacking Saudi Arabia, and no bombing from the Saudi-led Arab coalition were also reported. Hopefully, this truce will hold and negotiations will be given a chance.
it will be a massive houthi victory. A Militia of tribesmen taking on words wealthiest nation equipped with modern most military equipment and humiliating them.
 
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ch of the north.
Houthi rebels have announced the unconditional release of 350 prisoners, including three Saudi Arabians, days after the Yemeni group claimed to have captured thousands of Saudi troops following an incursion into Saudi Arabia, according to Houthi-run Al Masirah TV.

A statement by the Houthi National Committee for Prisoners' Affairs (NCPA) carried by Al Masirah TV said the individuals were on the list of persons drawn up as part of the prisoner exchange deal agreed in Stockholm in December.

The United Nations-brokered prisoner swap, one of the three pillars of the breakthrough deal, involving some 7,000 detainees on each side had stalled as the two sides - the Houthis and the Yemeni governm
ent - struggled to agree on its implementation.

"Our initiative proves our credibility in implementing the Sweden agreement and we call on the other party to take a comparable step," said Abdul Qader al-Murtada, head of the NCPA, in the statement carried by the Houthi-run broadcaster.

"We decided to release 350 prisoners because nothing from Sweden agreement have been achieved. The release is going take place today," the NCPA statement read.

Separately, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), which facilitated the release, put the number of those freed at 290.

The detainees were taken in Houthi raids since 2014, when the rebels overran the capital, Sanaa, and much of the north.

The UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths - who supervised the Stockholm agreement - welcomed the offer to unilaterally release a number of detainees, saying he hoped it would lead to further progress on an agreed prisoner exchange deal.
The UN Special Envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths - who supervised the Stockholm agreement - welcomed the offer to unilaterally release a number of detainees, saying he hoped it would lead to further progress on an agreed prisoner exchange deal.

The Houthis said the release of the prisoners was a gesture of goodwill to the Saudi-UAE-led coalition, which has carried out the bombing in support of the internationally recognised government of Abd-Rabbu Mansur Hadi since 2015.

Yemen's Houthi rebels release Saudi attack video (1:38)


Al-Murtada said at a news conference on Monday that the group includes three Saudis who will be sent home under the supervision of the ICRC.

He urged the UN to pressure the government to take a similar step.

Franz Rauchenstein, the ICRC's head of delegation in Yemen, expressed hope in a statement that "this operation opens the door to further releases to bring comfort to families awaiting reunification with their loved ones".

Al Jazeera's Mohammed al-Attab, reporting from Sanaa, said that among the detainees being released are 40 prisoners of war who survived a deadly Saudi air attack on a detention centre in Dhamar this month.

During the press conference, the Houthis also condemned the Saudi recruitment of children aged 13-16, al-Attab said.

According to the NCPA's statement, the Houthis plan to file a complaint to the UN over the recruitment of children in war.
The Houthis recently announced the capture of hundreds of Yemeni loyalist forces in a late August offensive near the Saudi border, but they were not among those released on Monday.

On Sunday, Yemen's Houthi rebels broadcast footage they said was of last month's major attack near the border with Saudi Arabia, claiming that three "enemy military brigades had fallen".

The Houthis say the attack killed or wounded 500 soldiers and "thousands" of troops were captured, including Saudi army officers and soldiers, along with hundreds of armoured vehicles.

"More than 200 were killed in dozens of [missile and drone] strikes while trying to escape or surrender," Yahya Saree, a Houthi military spokesman said.
On Monday, Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani accused Houthi rebels of claiming a "fake victory" to cover up their political dilemma.

"The Iran-backed Houthi militia attempts to propagate false victory through its media tools at a time when it is sustaining heavy losses in troops and machinery on a daily basis," al-Iryani said in statements cited by the official Saba news agency.

"The Houthi militia is propagating these victories with a view to covering up its political and military dilemma, raising up the shaken morale of its members and continuing its proxy war for their masters in Tehran," he said.

The footage shows a long line of captured troops - dressed in thongs and traditional Yemeni clothing - who appear to be the men surrendering to the rebels.

The authenticity of the video could not be independently verified by Al Jazeera.

A Saudi-UAE-led military coalition, which receives arms and intelligence from Western countries, intervened in Yemen in March 2015 after the Houthis overthrew the Yemeni government from power in 2014.

The Houthis, who control most major urban areas, including the capital Sanaa, said on September 20 they would halt missile and drone attacks on Saudi Arabia if the alliance stopped its operations. The coalition has not yet responded to the proposal.

The group also claimed an attack on pipelines belonging to Saudi oil giant Aramco earlier this month but Riyadh said the drone attacks were sponsored by Iran.
 

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019...0-prisoners-almasirah-tv-190930083854096.html

Were these force who surrendered/got captured and killed commanded by the former Pakistani COAS Rahil shareef as he was appoint the commander of the Saudi coalition forces?
If you read the article it states the Prisoners were picked up in 2014.

COAS Rahil Shareef retired from PAK Army on 29 Nov. 2016.

And he joined the Saudi-led Military Alliance in April 2017.

Care to do the math, or are you writing an article to spin the story by blaming him for their capture!
 

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https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2019...0-prisoners-almasirah-tv-190930083854096.html

Were these force who surrendered/got captured and killed commanded by the former Pakistani COAS Rahil shareef as he was appoint the commander of the Saudi coalition forces?
Ok dude this is PDF 'Pakistan Defence Forum'. This isn't India where you can shit anywhere you want. If you want to post something first research about it.

Now go back to your shit hole. I heard Modi has built some toilets. Go learn to use them and stop polluting the bandwith.

@waz @Dubious @The Eagle Why is this Indian allowed to open the threads on false claims which have been debunked already????
 

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