BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:30 P.M.) – Local tribes congregated on Sunday in Sanaa to demonstrate their support to the pro-Houthi army and willingness to fight the Saudi-led coalition for the port of Hodaidah.

Cars carrying fighters and loaded with ammunition arrived in the city, with tribesmen saying they are headed for the coast “to defeat the Saudi and American enemies.”

The port of Hodeidah is Yemen’s main point of entry for food aid.

With 8.4 million Yemeni people forced to the brink of starvation according to UN figures, the country has been plunged into a severe humanitarian crisis amid its ongoing conflict.

 

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Daeshbags Sux
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This is what happens when Houthi Islamists do a coup to overthrow the president.
Note that the Houthis were teaming wit CIA/DIA to liquidate al-Qaeda before IRGC proposed them more money and to overthrow the state…
they were associated with ex prez Saleh who resigned in 2012, since he managed to negotiate a peace treaty in December, they assassinated him…
As Assad did in Syrian, prez Hadi called is allies for help…
The difference in Yemen : Shia Islamists are attacking the state…

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Ziobag openly supporting his Wahhabi friends. What’s the matter? Angry cause the Yemenis single-handedly defeated your Imperialist-Wahhabi coalition?