The Saudi-led Coalition is preparing to strike the Yemeni capital of Sanaa after failing to adhere to the U.N. sponsored ceasefire between their forces and the Houthis.

Saudi Arabia has not hidden their agenda very well, as several reports came out on Monday that reveal their intentions to launch a massive operation to seize the Yemeni capital from the Houthis.

Similar to the first ceasefire that was implemented in late July 2015, Saudi Arabia has mobilized its forces outside of Sanaa in preparation for the imminent assault that resembles their August 2015 offensive at the port-city of Aden.

In response to Saudi Arabia’s provocation, the Houthis command has called on its fighters to prepare a response for any attack launched by the Coalition forces.

If Saudi Arabia does go through with this offensive in Sanaa; this will likely be the last time the Houthis and Yemeni Republican Guard agree to any ceasefire with the Coalition forces.

 

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Kyle Gendreau
Kyle Gendreau
2016-04-19 01:08

Which will fail horribly

Ruben Ramchurn
Ruben Ramchurn
2016-04-19 01:40
Reply to  Kyle Gendreau

It depends of their objective. Their seems to become martyrs.

Macdriz6
Macdriz6
2016-04-19 01:28

Yemeni about to kill saudia arabia.