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BEIRUT, LEBANON (6:00 P.M.) – The Saudi Coalition has resumed their air campaign over Yemen this week after a short-lived peace deal was put in place following the Saudi Aramco strikes.

According to a new report from Yemen, the Saudi Coalition heavily bombed several sites inside the country, including a number of Houthi positions in the Amran and Dhale governorates.

The report said the Saudi Coalition began their airstrikes on Tuesday by targeting the Houthi-held areas in the contested Qa’tabah District, hitting their positions inside Al-Fakher city.

The Saudi Coalition would then shift their attention to the Amran Governorate, where their warplanes would bomb the Houthi forces in the Harf Sufyan District.

They would later target the Houthi positions inside the small town of Harad in the Hajjah Governorate of northern Yemen.

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Nicaloks
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Continue bombing Saudi refineries. Make them pay.

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Agreed. Knock out the other half of the refineries and then the Saudis will have to do real work if they want to keep their country going.

Marg bar jomhuri Eslami
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75% of damages are already repaired, it will run at 100% by Monday. My 2c there will be retaliations if another attack happens, and not small ones…

+++ “the Saudis will have to do real work”
=> You mean the Pakis, Bangladeshi, Moroccans, Indians, etc…
And be aware that Saudis consider to fight until the last Sudanese, Paki, Emirati and US militaries.

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We’ll find out if it really was the Houthis, because there is no reason not to attack again. The KSA presentation of missile debris showed missile bodies with English markings on them, a NATO cruise missile, so Idk if this was just a false flag with or without the consent of KSA.

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+++ “Continue bombing Saudi refineries”
=> It wasn’t the Houthis who launched, it was the Iranians who asked them to carry the can.
I can’t wait for the 2nd strike, preferably with a few US servicemen killed, it’s already known that Iran plans a 2nd attack and asked Houthis to carry the can again…
Prepare for a superb fireworks, maybe even a live-test of B61-12 on the James Bond’s villain underground bases.
A good advise : buy shares in arms and oil companies, and also from companies making refineries/gas-factories gear and oil/gas platforms…
The South-Pars gas-field related gear has costed about $45BN, etc etc etc…

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Bla, bla, bla…The sooner you shut that blow-hole the sooner the air will stop smelling like a sewer. You and your other trolls should just give up the BS propaganda and quit talking out of your a$$, even your mouth knows better. You chumps are so sad…don’t you fools realize we all know that when your $hit goes bad, you scum show up in droves. It’s just like a tell in poker. KSA and their war boys are scared $hitless and will lose even more face when the Yemeni come with round 3. The royals will be needing all new… Read more »