Members of the Qatari Armed Forces take part in a military parade during National Day celebrations in Doha December 18, 2012. REUTERS/Fadi Al-Assaad (QATAR - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY MILITARY) - RTR3BPFW

Sanaa, Yemen (12:50 P.M.) – Qatar is the latest Gulf country to mobilize their forces to help the Saudi-led Coalition after four of their own soldiers were killed yesterday in Yemen.

According to a report released by Al-Jazeera News today, approximately 1,000 Qatari soldiers, 200 armored vehicles, and 30 Apache helicopters were deployed to Yemen to participate in the Saudi-led aggression.

“The troops are now reportedly heading to Yemen’s Maareb province, to join the Saudi-led coalition already fighting in the area,” Al-Jazeera added.

More Qatari servicemen will be deployed to Yemen in the near future, the report concluded.

The reason for the influx of Qatari soldiers is still unknown; however, it is likely to do with yesterday’s situation that involved several Qatari military personnel.

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Daut Karabegovic
Daut Karabegovic
2016-09-14 11:26

They sent thousands before, and will have to send new thousands after, but Yemen will defend, indemnify and take half of KSA at the end. This little evil monarchy (Qatar) will have to “pay” (like they bigger brothers from Saudi dynasty) for all the evils produced in this century.

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-09-14 21:35

Well, total army is only a dozen thousand… They may have manpower shortage very soon… In fact, if the US stay neutral, the country could be overthrown in a matter of hours by people living there : 1.5M expats (many in disguised slavery! +1 million of indians!) vs 278,000 Qataris! India could get huge oil and gas reserves and BTW overthrow an ugly regime with sharia-s**t. A “colour revolution” would be very easy to foment and if India comes to rescue their citizens, KSA won’t dare to intervene.

Castellano
Castellano
2016-09-14 21:55

Hope so with all my heart, the Arabic peninsula oilcrazies (Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrein, U.A.E….) must have the worst punishment posible, something that leaves ISIS methods as child play, they deserve that…

Paul Bishara Stephan
Paul Bishara Stephan
2016-09-14 11:20

And they will be killed.

Kevin Quilligan
Kevin Quilligan
2016-09-14 11:34

US will have to airdrop body bags for these boys.

BYANYMEANSNECESSARY
BYANYMEANSNECESSARY
2016-09-14 11:31

@Hafsah_ayeshaxo
Another 1000 Wahhabi Terrorists?

About time Ahlsunnah destroyed the ISIS Bastards of Saudi Arabia & Qatar

Omar Atm
Omar Atm
2016-09-14 11:38

The houthis are not a joke, so battle hardened and fight well in the mountains

Andrew Sivaram
Andrew Sivaram
2016-09-14 16:43

Qatar has never fought a single battle throghout its existence. Their soldiers will be returning from Yemen in body bags……

Koh ST
Koh ST
2016-09-14 12:02

You Qataris just like the Saudis with those sophisticated weapons can’t even fight the rag tag Houthis armed with only AK…

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-09-14 21:49
Reply to  Koh ST

You’re wrong : Yemeni army has a VERY serious strategic missile battalion enough qualified to convert old soviet SAMs into ballistic missiles… Half a ton of warhead falling on you @+Mach 5 and blowing 350kg of fragments with 150kg explosives @3-10m high may just have a kill radius of 200 to 300m… Pretty effective against an army camp… I’m not saying Houthis ain’t bad a*s but you have old commies kicking the fascist regime of KSA’s a*s with customised old soviet technology. Sophisticated weapons are pretty effective but you have to learn to use it and… You have to want… Read more »

Juma Kinenekejo
Juma Kinenekejo
2016-09-14 12:01

They can not fight Huthi

Kalikst
Kalikst
2016-09-14 12:22

They can’t fight at all they are useless

guest
guest
2016-09-15 17:30

I hope to see soon some pictures on this web page. The pictures will depict the qatari soldiers, not, like the photo above in vertical, but in horizontal position, scattered around their burned SUV.

Jim Sim
Jim Sim
2016-09-14 12:01

I don’t think that they could go back

Kutesa Moses
Kutesa Moses
2016-09-14 13:42

They a going to be cooked

Mu'adz Chalik Panurba
Mu'adz Chalik Panurba
2016-09-14 14:42

ntar pulangnya tinggal satu

Rab G.p.Lewin
Rab G.p.Lewin
2016-09-14 15:05

Yemen sends one or two back…

Mu'adz Chalik Panurba
Mu'adz Chalik Panurba
2016-09-14 15:06

Later only one soldier go back home alive

Eric Isaac
Eric Isaac
2016-09-14 16:24

They won’t make it back alive

David
David
2016-09-14 11:57

This report from Aljazeera is dated from 7 September 2015…

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JoyMadrugada R
2016-09-14 12:10

poor Qatari soldiers …. You cant much with Houthis barefoot veteran soldiers

Alshabibi Adnan
Alshabibi Adnan
2016-09-14 12:16

@indivisbleyemen d**n!!
I bet no body is left

Timket Cheru
Timket Cheru
2016-09-14 14:02

Rip

Tomas Monteiro
Tomas Monteiro
2016-09-14 14:44

Entretanto os terroristas dos EEUU continuarão a alimentar esta guerra criminosa

guest
guest
2016-09-17 16:18
Reply to  Tomas Monteiro

Why do you write here if you are illiterate in English?

Rizwan Khan
Rizwan Khan
2016-09-14 16:14

Very good

FuckIslam
FuckIslam
2016-09-15 13:14

another axis of evil “country” joins in the aggression!

Ishaq
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Ishaq
2016-09-18 12:00

May Allah destroy the Yahoodi Arabian Army and their devil friends.

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-09-14 21:19

Qatar has only a 8500 ground force…
And more of half people living in Qatar are indians and treated like s**t…
Maybe Indian Navy should consider doing some drills in the red sea. Some riots may begin, qataris will fastly shoot at indians then Indian Navy intervene. Unfortunately, both al-Thanis and high clerics may become victims of collateral damages… I’ve heard the new flag makes wahabbists go totally bonkers!
http://pimg.imagesia.com/fichiers/1a9/some-popular-flag-different-countries_imagesia-com_1a9gg.jpg