TEHRAN (FNA)- Dozens of Egyptian soldiers were captured and several more were killed in a joint operation of Yemen’s army and popular forces on the Southern coasts of the war-ravaged country, a senior Ansarullah movement member announced on Wednesday.
Mohammad Nasser Al-Bokhayti, a senior politburo member of Yemen’s popular Ansarullah movement, said in an exclusive interview with the Arabic website of Fars News Agency that “40 Egyptian soldiers raided the Southern coasts of Yemen on Monday and they were all taken captive or killed by the army and popular forces”.
Al-Bokhayti also said that the Egyptian forces were heliborne to Yemen’s offshore waters, adding that the 40 arrived the country’s coasts “in an area between Shaqra and Aden on 4 boats”.
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Yemen’s Powerful Ansarullah political group rejected on Wednesday the sanctions imposed by the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) one day earlier on Yemen, a senior member of the party said.
The UN Security Council on Tuesday imposed an arms embargo on Yemen’s Ansarullah movement and demanded it immediately pulls back from what it claimed to be “seized territory” and instead seek a political settlement.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Ansarullah fighters seized a huge arms cargo airdropped by a Saudi military plane for the al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen’s central province of Ma’rib on Wednesday, after the Saudi pilot failed to close out its flight plan.
The al-Qaeda-bound arms freight was seized by the Ansarullah popular forces in the province of Ma’rib, after the Saudi pilot couldn’t manage to properly recover the aircraft from a high-pitch and mistakenly dropped the cargo on an area off the mark.
Yemen’s Houthi rebels seized weapons from U.S. Marines as well as several vehicles used by Americans stationed at the now-closed U.S. Embassy in Sana’a.
It wasn’t immediately clear what types of weapons and vehicles were seized.
An unidentified Sana’a airport official confirmed that the rebel forces took control of the U.S. Embassy vehicles, which were parked at the airport, United Press International reported. The same official also said that the Houthi rebels seized several weapons used by U.S. Marines who were trying to abide by a White House order and leave the country. Continue reading Houthis seize US Marines’ weaponry and vehicles→
The Houthis’ first step toward governing Yemen seems like a necessary option imposed on Ansarullah due to the failure of Yemeni parties, following days of intensive talks, to reach a solution to the political crisis and fill the power vacuum created by the resignation of the president and his government under external pressure.
After months of gaining ground throughout Yemen’s provinces, Ansarullah (the Houthis) has translated its progress into clear political gains. The Houthis have now taken control of the government, yet without assuming power themselves, and will oversee a two-year transitional phase through a “constitutional declaration.” The declaration was made in a large ceremony at the Yemeni presidential palace. Continue reading US-Saudi Rejection Be Damned: Houthis Take Control of Yemen Without Seizing Power→
A report published by Agence France Presse news agency pointed out that the leader of the Yemeni Ansarullah movement, Sayyed Abdul Malik al-Houthi, reminds of Hezbollah Secretary General, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, “in terms of the way of expression or the content of the speech delivered.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: The following statement from the IRGC’s lieutenant commander, while obviously lacking in detail, is still extraordinarily stunning and seems to confirm Mouqawamah Music’s analysis from October, “The Long Arm of the Resistance: From Yemen to Saudi and Back Again”, which theorized, using strong evidence, that Hizbullah and the IRGC are aiding the Houthis — aka Ansarullah — in Yemen against the US-“Israeli”-Saudi-backed regime in Sanaa. Brigadier General Salami’s words shouldn’t be seen as braggadocio but rather as a warning to the Judaic Power Configuration and its regional lackeys that despite their best efforts to subjugate, undermine and stifle mouqawamah, the Resistance Axis is not to be messed with as it has only prospered, increased steadfastness and added additional members. Inspiring doesn’t really seem to cut it… With the new year upon us, and a year of great victories but great sadness and terrible losses finally behind us, a much more appropriate word would be hopeful. Iran, Hizbullah, Syria and the Houthis are like a life-raft of hope and light in a pessimistic world drowning in darkness; may 2015 bring us more hope, exponentially, and may the “chain of resistance” spoken of by the IRGC second-in-command stretch out across the globe until World Zionism is choked into breathlessness. ~ Jonathan Azaziah)