Saudi Arabia Conducts Over 50 Air Raids on Yemen in Just 24 Hours

Global Research, June 26, 2017
Geopolitics Alert 23 June 2017

Sana’a (GPA) – Saudi Arabia decided to honor the final day of Ramadan in typical Saudi fashion by conducting over 50 airstrikes on various Yemeni provinces in just 24 hours.

35 airstrikes were carried out in the province of Marib, slightly east of Sana’a. 14 airstrikes hit various districts of Hajjah province including Midi and Herad. They also carried out three raids in both Taiz and Sa’ada provinces.

Saudi warplanes dropping bombs over various areas of Yemen is certainly nothing new. In fact Yemenis have been living under airstrikes for over 800 days now. But for the past month, Saudi Arabia has drastically increased airstrikes in both numbers and locations.

Yemeni resistance forces have steadily fought back on the ground. Troops in Taiz have been fending off Saudi-backed mercenaries in various parts of Taiz. In northern provinces of Jizan, Najran, and Asir, Yemeni forces have managed to take-out many Saudi-backed troops, weapons facilities, and vehicles.

President of Sana’a’s Supreme Political Council, Saleh Alsmad, spoke at Yemen’s al-Quds demonstration in Sana’a.

“So-called resistance movements against ‘terrorism’ are worthless. The Saudi regime is at the top of all systems involved in the liquidation of the Palestinian cause.”

Just recently, Saudi Arabia has taken measures to normalize relations with the Zionist state of Israel.

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http://www.globalresearch.ca/saudi-arabia-conducts-over-50-air-raids-on-yemen-in-just-24-hours/5596254

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