BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:40 P.M.) – A large number of Gulf-backed troops arrived in western Yemen, today, as their forces prepare to make another major push to capture the strategic port-city of Hodeideh.

According to pro-regime activists, the reinforcements arrived at the important fronts in the Al-Jah, Al-Hays, and Al-Khokha areas of the Hodeideh Governorate.

Below is a video from pro-regime activists that shows the arrival of these reinforcements:

These Gulf-backed reinforcements were badly needed in Al-Jah and Al-Hays, as they were unable to penetrate the Houthi defenses in these areas.

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Let’s hope all these imbeciles will be dead soon.

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If only was it the case for imbeciles on any side.
When De Gaulle saw “MORT AUX CONS” (death for dumbässes) written on a wall during the May 1968 events, he said “Huge program!”

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more chicken coming to be food of ressitance

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What kind of training is given to these people? Such mobilization is mostly jobless people recruited and told how to hold a gun and shoot that’s all? May of these terrorirts are paid peanuts (150 to 250$ per month) for salary based on their skills. Some of the smarter ones who handle cash will swindle as there is no accounting anyway. UAE, Gulf countries, Yemen & Saudi are all moslems and they love killing each other so happily all in the name of Islam, Allah & Prophet. This hatred will never end. The killing will keep going on. Yemen will… Read more »

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Thus UAE is not in such system of madrassas, AFAIK. Now, it’s clear that, having what is nothing else than a warrior-religion that includes an absolutely totalitarian way of life where even the way you pi$$ is in the “law”, hey, you’re not even supposed to urinate while standing! Now, despite the SHTF in Yemen, which, as in Syria, is no stranger to the Saudi/Iran cold war, as, actually, the Saudi funding of extremists was decided to… compete and counteract the Iranian theocracy, as much as communism, both being seen as endangering the Gulf monarchies ruling. Nevertheless, it’s clear that,… Read more »