by Jonathan Azaziah
Long live the Sammad-3! Yes indeed! LONG LIVE THE SAMMAD-3! Ansarullah’s indigenously-produced attack drone, named after Ansarullah legend and martyred Yemeni Supreme Political Council President Saleh al-Sammad (R.A.), has struck the international airport of the Emirati tyrants’ economic capital: Dubai. After heavy monitoring of the arena by Yemeni Islamic Resistance intelligence operatives, the Sammad-3 was launched for the 1,200+ kilometer journey into UAE airspace. Upon reaching its destination, bypassing all of the Emiratis’ security-surveillance measures–a major feat in and of itself–the Ansarullahi UAV fired multiple missiles on the aerial facility, causing tremendous damage and disrupting air traffic for several hours. The hit to the Emirati economy is in the hundreds of millions. Continue reading Massive Mouqawamist Achievement: Ansarullah’s Sammad-3 Drone Strikes Dubai International Airport
by Jonathan Azaziah
LONG LIVE ANSARULLAH! LONG LIVE YEMEN!
What a week it’s been for the mighty and marvelous, superb and steadfast, unassailable and unblemished Yemeni Islamic Resistance, huh???!!!!
On July 20th, the Houthiyeen and their allies in the Yemeni Armed Forces unveiled the Sammad-2, a long-range attack drone named after martyred Yemeni Supreme Political Council President Saleh al-Sammad (R.A.), and utilized the Mouqawamist UAV to bomb the devilish Saudi oil company Aramco. In and of itself, this is a spectacular military achievement. But the added context makes it even more astonishing. Ansarullah’s maneuver against Al-Saud’s black-gold flagship came as Aramco is nearing the announcement of a multi-trillion-dollar IPO which will go down as the biggest in history. In other words, the Mouqawamah operation is going to have a lasting — God willing, even castrating — effect on the Wahhabi tyrants’ pockets. How can the public trust a company that is constantly being hit by grassroots guerrilla forces’ missiles and drones? Continue reading Naval Assaults and Long-Range Attack Drones: The Ingenuity Of Yemen’s Ansarullah Continues To Soar
by Jonathan Azaziah
God, I LOVE Ansarullah! Don’t you?! If not, you damn well should! Just a few hours ago, the Mighty Moujahideen of the Yemeni Islamic Resistance fired a surface-to-surface missile a whopping 1,200 kilometers from Yemeni territory right into the vicinity of Riyadh. The Houthis’ Missile Unit struck a military base in Al-Mazahimiyah directly, just 40 kilometers west of the Saudi capital. Exact numbers on the casualties remain scarce at the moment but considering the power of the missile and the fact that the Saudi forces had no idea they were about to get eviscerated like the scumbags-who-don’t-deserve-to-live that they are, no doubt it’s huge. A state of emergency was declared in Riyadh. Saudi officials immediately went into panic mode, denying that there even was an attack, while Saudi propagandists on social media said that the explosion was an earthquake, possibly a meteor, or maybe just exceedingly loud construction–no, I kid you not. Continue reading Wow! Ansarullah Launches Burqan-1 Missile 1,200 KM To Hit Saudi Military Base Near Riyadh Then Says Abu Dhabi Is Next!
by Rori Donaghy, The Middle East Eye
Details about a covert security relationship between Israel and the United Arab Emirates have emerged, revealing a high-level partnership that has seen an Israeli-owned company become responsible for protecting the critical infrastructure of Abu Dhabi.
Emirati authorities, according to well-placed MEE sources who work closely with the companies involved, have contracted an Israeli-owned security firm to secure oil and gas installations in the UAE as well as to set up a globally unique civil surveillance network in Abu Dhabi that means “every person is monitored from the moment they leave their doorstep to the moment they return to it,” according to the source. Continue reading Falcon Eye: The Israeli-installed mass civil surveillance system of Abu Dhabi