by Jonathan Azaziah
Yallah, Ansarullah! Yallah! Calling it an official retaliation for Al-Saud’s recent massacre of Yemeni fishermen off the coast of Hudaydah, the Yemeni Islamic Resistance has hit the ARAMCO facility in Saudi-occupied Jizan with four indigenously-produced Badr-1 ballistic missiles, scoring direct hits and inflicting tens of millions of dollars in initial damage as well as untold amounts of carnage on the greater financial structure of ARAMCO which is seeking to maximize its worth with an imminent IPO. The explosions from the Badr-1 were so gargantuan that they could be heard all over Jizan and neighboring Asir. The Houthiyeen and its allies in the Yemeni Armed Forces unveiled the Badr-1 back on March 23rd of this year and launched it against a target in Najran. Its purpose? To strike at ARAMCO and all related Saudi economic interests. Continue reading Ansarullah Rains Badr-1 Beauties On Al-Saud’s ARAMCO And Avenges Hudaydah’s Martyred Fishermen
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