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What defeat?

The Yemeni government, KSA and the Arab coalition controls almost 90% of the territory of Yemen, all the oil and gas and almost every single port as well as the entire border region on both sides of the border. What remains is the densely populated and heavily mountainous northwest that is of no strategic importance for KSA. Sana'a is symbolic due to being the capital but even if it was liberated tomorrow morning, nothing would really change.

This is mostly a Yemeni civil war. Houthis like any other non-conventional force are using civilians (deliberately) as human shields, recruit children in the 1000's (documented by every source) and do not engage in open military battles.

Using that logic no conventional army has ever won a single war against non-conventional forces. The US lost in Vietnam, in Iraq, in Afghanistan etc. The Russians in Chechnya.

The only approach that would prevent such a "loss" would be to carpet bomb enemy strongholds using the same approach as Al-Assad is doing or Russia did in the second Chechnya war or what the international coalition against ISIS did in Mosul.

That is not going to happen as that would be 1) counterproductive, 2) would only lead to hatred as civilians are always vastly more targeted, 3) would turn KSA into a pariah state by the international community (there is already enough of crying, see the UN stopping the Hudaydah operation last year), 4) Yemenis, not even pro-Houthis are enemies, just misguided people, nor is this an existential war for the regime to go insane and do carpet bombing of Northwestern Yemen.

Al-Assad is fighting inside Syria ("his" own country) and an EXISTENTIAL war in order to survive and that of his Alawite allies who would be a deeply hated minority after what occurred in Syria. I mean Alawite clans allied to Al-Assad which is practically everyone.

Yemenis themselves will realize that there is no present or future living under incompetent cults like the Houthi's. No future for their children. Those empty slogans, brainwashing, khat addiction etc. can only last so long. That and spreading Mullah influence (totally foreign in Yemen) likewise.

Just like pro-ISIS elements in Iraq and Syria (initially) quickly realized with ISIS. Same thing is/has been happening with Houthis. The difference is that there is not a world alliance against Houthis as against ISIS and constant 24/7 negative propaganda against KSA and the Arab coalition. Almost as if Houthis were the good guys.

Lately Houthi propaganda of some prison being hit and pro-KSA fighters being killed (how convenient) when what was targeted was a Houthi stronghold that was under monitoring for weeks prior to the strike. That is a common theme. Houthi controlled media report something and the entire world believes in it without question.

Western media even made it appear like KSA is an enemy of the Southern Transitional Council while they have been fighting alongside each other for 4 years, lol. KSA prefers a united Yemen but has said repeatedly that the future of Yemen (politically) is in the hands of Yemenis. So if they want to return to a North and South divide, that is their decision. Theoretically, KSA would have an easier time "controlling" Yemen if divided. So, there are tons of ridiculous contradictions. As if KSA cares about Hadi deeply (a guy in his 70's) or the Southern Transitional Council that has never harmed KSA even once. Houthis/ISIS/AQAP (last two are very small in Yemen) are the concern.
I see I was deceived by the anti-Saudi propaganda making Saudi seem to have been defeated. I don't care how much anti-Saudi hate is spewed- I support the land of Tawheed!

Thank you for making more clear what is occurring in Yemen.

I go to a Yemeni masjid and the Sheikh (a Yemeni) was so upset he made takfir on the Houthis.

All the time I hear lies claiming the Houthis are the good guys but when I go to the masjid and talk to people who are actually from Yemen I hear the very opposite. I don't understand how Sunnis can support people who are killing Sunnis.
 
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I see I was deceived by the anti-Saudi propaganda making Saudi seem to have been defeated. I don't care how much anti-Saudi hate is spewed- I support the land of Tawheed!

Thank you for making more clear what is occurring in Yemen.

I go to a Yemeni masjid and the Sheikh (a Yemeni) was so upset he made takfir on the Houthis.

All the time I hear lies claiming the Houthis are the good guys but when I go to the masjid and talk to people who are actually from Yemen I hear the very opposite. I don't understand how Sunnis can support people who are killing Sunnis.
Bro, I am not sure if you are trolling or a troll on PDF (I honestly have learned to expect everything on this forum) but the current Yemeni civil war has little to do with religion. To begin with, sectarianism is an alien concept in Yemen. Zaydi's and Sunnis are very similar too.

KSA is not at war with Yemen either but the Houthi cult and allies. The legitimate (internationally recognized government) is on the side of the Arab coalition as is the majority of the Yemeni army and most tribes, clans and people. Northwest of Yemen is under Houthi occupation similar to how large areas of Iraq and Syria were under ISIS occupation for years. That did not mean that all people under their occupation supported them, of course.

Most people have no clue about the nature of the civil war.

Remember, the Houthi cult took power in Yemen by FORCE. People did not welcome them with open arms. If the Houthi cult enjoyed as much popular support as they claim, they would have been ruling Yemen democratically since the cult's inception in the early 1990s. Or taken power ages ago. They only succeeded due to Saleh's failures in his later years and the post-Arab Spring chaos that emerged and weakened the nation state.

Anyway a political solution might occur as well. Yemenis should not be fighting against each other (in the perfect world). The country (very beautiful with an ancient history btw) needs peace to further develop. It has been unstable for far too long. Much potential.

KSA is more interested in a stable and prosperous Yemen seeing that KSA shares an almost 2000 km long border with Yemen and close people-to-people ties, especially in Southern KSA.

This is a simple fact.

BTW are you really Mexican?

Out of interest, are you Arab-Mexican?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Mexicans

Would love to visit Mexico. Seems like one of the most beautiful countries in the world.

Just need to keep out of cartel strongholds or you could end up headless or worse, lol. Not good.





Arabs pick up Spanish very easily due to similar pronunciations of words and many Arabic words in Spanish.


Last video is about the heritage and cultural influence of Arabs in Mexico and Mexican culture.
 
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Bro, I am not sure if you are trolling or a troll on PDF (I honestly have learned to expect everything on this forum) but the current Yemeni civil war has little to do with religion. To begin with, sectarianism is an alien concept in Yemen. Zaydi's and Sunnis are very similar too.

KSA is not at war with Yemen either but the Houthi cult and allies. The legitimate (internationally recognized government) is on the side of the Arab coalition as is the majority of the Yemeni army and most tribes, clans and people. Northwest of Yemen is under Houthi occupation similar to how large areas of Iraq and Syria were under ISIS occupation for years. That did not mean that all people under their occupation supported them, of course.

Most people have no clue about the nature of the civil war.

Remember, the Houthi cult took power in Yemen by FORCE. People did not welcome them with open arms. If the Houthi cult enjoyed as much popular support as they claim, they would have been ruling Yemen democratically since the cult's inception in the early 1990s. Or taken power ages ago. They only succeeded due to Saleh's failures in his later years and the post-Arab Spring chaos that emerged and weakened the nation state.

Anyway a political solution might occur as well. Yemenis should not be fighting against each other (in the perfect world). The country (very beautiful with an ancient history btw) needs peace to further develop. It has been unstable for far too long. Much potential.

KSA is more interested in a stable and prosperous Yemen seeing that KSA shares an almost 2000 km long border with Yemen and close people-to-people ties, especially in Southern KSA.

This is a simple fact.

BTW are you really Mexican?

Out of interest, are you Arab-Mexican?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Mexicans

Would love to visit Mexico. Seems like one of the most beautiful countries in the world.
I am not a troll. I go to a Yemeni masjid and they say the Houthis are rafida and they talk about them as being Shia. I sincerely like Saudi. I like Sheikh Fawzan, Sheikh Uthaymeen, Sheikh Ibn Baz and them.

Am I Arab-Mexican? I'm surprised you guessed I'm Mexican. I think maybe it's because I mentioned José Vasconcelos elsewhere. Yes, I am Mexican. I'm not Arab, though. Yes, México is very beautiful and has a history which I love to study. I hope it becomes a Muslim country in my lifetime... or at least moves in that direction. Islam is innate in all people.

EDIT: I see now the videos you posted. I much appreciate them. If you want to visit México, I hope you don't be afraid of visiting. The cartel violence is a real thing and it breaks my heart to hear about some of the things that are happening. However, my family members just got back from Durango, they had a great time and my mom and my brother just got back from México and I don't think anyone felt unsafe or anything like that. You just have to avoid certain areas.
 
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Only peshmerke could defeat the Houthis
Lol :rofl: Please leave Kurds alone two Hashd battalion got kirkuk from them

The thing that really bother is that one worship his arabism while the other dreaming of empire in the 21sy century while Islam is not of their concerns guess what both ruled by authoritarian government

We should embrace democracy with strong and strict rules against corruption that's the only way we build peace and prosperity while respect our religion and should lock every one talk with sectarian tone
 
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