By: Kayhan Int’l Staff Writer
All pointers indicate that sooner, rather than later, the course of the war imposed on Yemen by the Anglo-American backed coalition of Saudi Arabia and the UAE will change and the aggressor regimes, especially Riyadh, capital of the heretical Wahhabi minority cult, is likely to be targeted with the newly built ‘glistening’ domestic missiles of the Yemeni armed forces.
These projectiles which were recently unveiled in Sana’a not only shows the ingenuity of Yemen’s enterprising engineers and technicians, but also nail the lie that the Ansarallah defenders are being supplied drones and missiles by the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Five years ago in March 2015, no one would have believed if they were told that the precisely planned two-week operation of oil rich and armed-to-the-teeth Saudi Arabia will turn into a bloody quagmire for Aal-e Saud.
With state-of-the-art military technology supplied by the West, Yemen was suddenly targeted by fighter jets and ground forces from Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Qatar, and Bahrain.
Even, Academi (the notorious US military outfit Blackwater) took part in the operation, while Djibouti, Eritrea, and Somalia made their airspace, territorial waters, and military bases available to the coalition.
The United States provided intelligence and logistical support, including aerial refueling and search-and-rescue for downed coalition pilots. It also accelerated the sale of weapons to the aggressor states, while continuing its own strikes on the Yemenis.
The US, along with Britain, deployed military personnel in the command and control centre responsible for Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen, with a complete of targets to be bombed.
Fast forward to February 2020, and the war continues with no sign of success for these apparently formidable forces, thanks to the resilience of Yemen’s defenders and their ability to carry the battle to the enemy’s camp.
Today, 4 years, 10 months and 3 days later, has the Saudi regime achieved its targets? Did the so-called ‘Houthi rebels’ (to use the term of the Zionist-controlled western media for the brave Ansarallah defenders) were defeated and lost their credibility in the Yemeni society?
The answers are crystal clear, and belie the narrative of the aggressors to try to deceive the world.
If the Saudis and their masters like to put their heads in a hole (like an ostrich) and ignore the reality, then they are nothing but a bunch of baboons jumping on rocks and dreaming of a banana tree to suddenly sprout from the barren earth for them.
The war crimes they have committed are undeniable facts. They have not just achieved nothing, but should be tried at International Criminal Court for their atrocities against the Yemenis.
On the other hand, as we Muslims believe, Almighty Allah will never leave the innocent alone. Indeed the new achievements in the field of defence technology are among the Divine Signs that the Yemenis are not alone.
The recent reply by Yemen’s military to the Saudi-UAE war crimes in targeting the Saudi oil giant Aramco and sensitive targets in the Red Sea port city of Yanbu through use of indigenous drones and ballistic missiles is a clear proof that Yemen’s defence capabilities have advanced enough to counter future aggression.
Another example was last Saturday’s repelling of the Saudi squadron attack by Yemen’s defenders through the domestically-built long-range Fater-1 surface-to-air missile defense system which intercepted the jets and forced them to flee.
Thus, the game changers are sure to alter the course of the war which the western-backed coalition of cowards has carried out so far with 20,500 air raids on Yemen – according to figures released by the Yemen Data Project.
According to the available data, over 24 million Yemenis are in dire need of humanitarian aid, including 10 million suffering from extreme levels of hunge
Unfortunately, these crimes against humanity are not expected to end, until, Insha Allah (God Willing) the end of the spurious entity called Saudi Arabia.