Too Little Too Late? Riyadh Tries To Put Up A Fight In Yemen

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Too Little Too Late? Riyadh Tries To Put Up A Fight In Yemen

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The Saudi-led coalition is beginning to push back after Ansar Allah were left to their own devices for quite a while. However, the question is whether or not the possibility of coming back into the fight, countering the Houthi (Ansar Allah) advance and taking the fight to them is achievable at this point.

November 30th dawned with a claim by the Saudi-led coalition that it had launched air raids on “legitimate” Houthi military targets in the capital Sanaa including an alleged “secret” site belonging to the Iranian Revolutionary Guards.

Separately, on November 29th, two people were killed and 10 others were wounded by the Saudi artillery attacks in the Munbah and Shada districts.

On November 28th, the Saudi-led coalition announced that its warplanes had carried out a series of airstrikes on the international airport in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

The airstrikes were carried out to disturb Houthi drone operations. Just a day earlier, the Saudi-led coalition said that the Houthis had launched what it described as a “reconnaissance drone” from the airport.

The Saudi-led coalition stepped up its airstrikes on Sanaa in the last few days, despite receiving direct threats from the Houthis.

On November 27th, the coalition targeted drone workshops and ammunition depots located in the northern part of Sanaa city.

On November 24th and 25th, the coalition targeted missile and drone workshops, ammunition depots and advanced weapons to the south of the city.

On November 24th, the coalition targeted a secret drone factory located in the western part of Sanaa city.

The Saudi-led coalition is also targeting Houthi positions and destabilizing the al-Baydha district which came under Houthi control not too long ago.

No significant response has yet come from Ansar Allah’s direction, but one is sure to follow. It is likely that the movement is preparing another large-scale operation after the success which both its previous adventures in the Ma’rib districts became.

At least 20 Saudi-led forces were killed or wounded by Ansar Allah joint missile and artillery attack on the eastern part of the town of Hays, according to Ansar Allah sources

Still, the fight for Ma’rib is far from over and Ansar Allah still seems to have the upper hand, despite the Saudi-led coalition renewing its indiscriminate airstrikes.

The Houthis have previously claimed they were on the outskirts of the city, but Saudi-led coalition sources claimed the enemy was still some 30 kilometers west and north of the city, and 50 kilometers to the south.

Clashes between the Saudi-led coalition and Houthi forces are reported on several fronts, but it seems that the Ansar Allah are unrelenting and are not being pushed back.

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