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K-Xeroid

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It will be more fun when your parliament vote in favor of Saudi Arabia. This will definitely prove that your likes are indeed a minority in Pakistan as the parliaments are representatives of Pakistani people. Let's see..
Don't expect open support from Pakistan , We are feared and too cautious nation now, you are expecting so much from wrong country. Parliament will give diplomatic statement.
 

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Don't expect open support from Pakistan , We are feared and too cautious nation now, you are expecting so much from wrong country. Parliament will give diplomatic statement.
I don't mean military support. I was just challenging @beast89 that Pakistanis stand with us, it's more of a moral support rather than military or political which don't need at all. Involved Arab countries are more than enough to do the job.
 

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Involved Arab countries are more than enough to do the job.
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Yemen's Houthi militia gain ground in Aden | World news | The Guardian


Iran-allied group push back loyalist of President Hadi in key port city despite 11-day nationwide bombing campaign by Saudi-led coalition


Loyalist hold a position during fighting with Shia Houthi rebels in the Mansura district of Aden. Photograph: Saleh al-Obeidi/AFP/Getty Images
Reuters in Aden

Yemen’s Houthi militia, supported by army units, have gained ground in the southern city of Aden, pushing back loyalists of the Saudi-backed President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

On Sunday, residents took refuge in their homes and reported hearing sporadic gunfire and blasts of rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs). One witness said they saw a Houthi tank in the central Mualla district, which sits astride Aden’s main commercial port.

Houthi forces have inched forward in street-fighting in the city despite an 11-day nationwide bombing campaign by a Saudi-led coalition. That campaign is aimed at halting the Iran-allied group and protecting Hadi’s last bastion of support in the country.

Saudi planes airdropped weapons to Hadi’s armed supporters in Aden area on Friday, helping them temporarily beat back Houthi advances.

The crates of light weapons, telecommunications equipment and RPGs were parachuted into the city’s Tawahi district, on the far end of the Aden peninsula which is still held by Hadi loyalists, fighters told Reuters.

Saudi Arabia has said defending Aden’s government is a major objective in its mission and Hadi’s administration has called for foreign ground troops to intervene.

Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi ambassador to the US, said sending ground troops remained “on the table” and the operation’s spokesman, Brig Gen Ahmed Asseri, declined to comment on media reports that Saudi special forces were in Aden.

In six months of fighting, the Shia Muslim Houthis have seized much northern and central Yemen. But they have faced stiff resistance in the Sunni south, raising fears of a sectarian civil war.

In the city of Lawdar about 125 miles (200km) east of Aden, 10 Houthi fighters and allied soldiers were killed in clashes on Sunday during which four local tribesmen also died, residents said.
 

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I don't mean military support. I was just challenging @beast89 that Pakistanis stand with us, it's more of a moral support rather than military or political which don't need at all. Involved Arab countries are more than enough to do the job.
Blackpigeon the expert of Pakistan. That's why the media and opposition is extorting its influence. Stick to your fat king mate.
 

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Blackpigeon the expert of Pakistan
Don't be too hasty. I haven't claimed anything yet. We will both see what the representatives of Pakistani people will say.

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Yemen's Houthi militia gain ground in Aden | World news | The Guardian


Iran-allied group push back loyalist of President Hadi in key port city despite 11-day nationwide bombing campaign by Saudi-led coalition


Loyalist hold a position during fighting with Shia Houthi rebels in the Mansura district of Aden. Photograph: Saleh al-Obeidi/AFP/Getty Images
Reuters in Aden

Yemen’s Houthi militia, supported by army units, have gained ground in the southern city of Aden, pushing back loyalists of the Saudi-backed President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi.

On Sunday, residents took refuge in their homes and reported hearing sporadic gunfire and blasts of rocket-propelled grenades (RPGs). One witness said they saw a Houthi tank in the central Mualla district, which sits astride Aden’s main commercial port.

Houthi forces have inched forward in street-fighting in the city despite an 11-day nationwide bombing campaign by a Saudi-led coalition. That campaign is aimed at halting the Iran-allied group and protecting Hadi’s last bastion of support in the country.

Saudi planes airdropped weapons to Hadi’s armed supporters in Aden area on Friday, helping them temporarily beat back Houthi advances.

The crates of light weapons, telecommunications equipment and RPGs were parachuted into the city’s Tawahi district, on the far end of the Aden peninsula which is still held by Hadi loyalists, fighters told Reuters.

Saudi Arabia has said defending Aden’s government is a major objective in its mission and Hadi’s administration has called for foreign ground troops to intervene.

Adel al-Jubeir, Saudi ambassador to the US, said sending ground troops remained “on the table” and the operation’s spokesman, Brig Gen Ahmed Asseri, declined to comment on media reports that Saudi special forces were in Aden.

In six months of fighting, the Shia Muslim Houthis have seized much northern and central Yemen. But they have faced stiff resistance in the Sunni south, raising fears of a sectarian civil war.

In the city of Lawdar about 125 miles (200km) east of Aden, 10 Houthi fighters and allied soldiers were killed in clashes on Sunday during which four local tribesmen also died, residents said.
It's the same as capturing the presidential palace, they couldn't keep it for more than few hours. They will capture buildings here or there for only media show to keep the little pride they still have.
 

Imran Khan

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Don't be too hasty. I haven't claimed anything yet. We will both see what the representatives of Pakistani people will say.
even they have no right to do so . if they do it its mean chaos and risk of sectarian war in Pakistan . we give them vote for make better pakistan not yemen or KSA .
 

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