Hussite strike on military camp kills over 60 Yemeni military

Hussite strike on military camp kills over 60 Yemeni military

Yemeni Hussites launched a missile strike on the territory of the Yemeni military training camp in the city of Marib. According to Al-Arabiya TV channel, more than 60 military personnel were killed and dozens were injured during the attack.


According to the channel, behind the attack are Husite rebels (the rebel movement Ansar Allah), who are accused of having ties to Iran. An attack using drones and ballistic missiles was carried out at the moment when the soldiers in the camp began to pray.

The Ministry of Defense of Yemen issued a statement on this fact, urging the people of the country to unite.

We are participating in an open battle with militias supported by Iran. Such attacks make us more persistent and persistent.

- said in a statement.

A military conflict broke out in Yemen in August 2014 between supporters of the current president of the country, Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi, and Shiite Muslims living mainly in northern Yemen, demanding greater autonomy in their northern Saad province. The Hussite movement got its name in honor of the self-proclaimed imam Hussein al-Khusi, who raised an anti-government uprising in 2004, accusing the country's authorities of discrimination against the Shiite population. The military confrontation intensified after the invasion of the coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia in March 2015, which sided with the troops of President Abd Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
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  1. Thrall 19 January 2020 09: 10 New
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    Well, prayer has ceased to be a taboo.
    The knights are not the same ...
    Although, instead of a spear, there is now a ballistic missile, and you do not see the consequences
    1. Same lech 19 January 2020 09: 14 New
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      The knights are not the same ...

      The answer from Sulejmani from that world flew in.
      Chivalry is not permissible at the present time ... the Americans of Iran’s official representative were soaked without batting an eye and don’t give a damn about chivalry ... and the Hussites are worse ... since the Americans are allowed to shoot in the back, the Hussites have every right to do the same.
      1. Nyrobsky 19 January 2020 09: 36 New
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        Quote: The same Lech
        The answer from Sulejmani from that world flew in.
        Chivalry at present is not permissible luxury ... the Americans of Iran’s official representative got soaked without batting an eye and don’t give a damn about chivalry ... and the Hussites are worse

        The Hussites are certainly no worse, they are better, if only in the sense that they are fighting on their land and do not crawl into foreign countries like mattresses with their own "democracy." Only now I doubt that this is the answer for Suleymani. Probably Alexei, in this case, would rather have flown over the objects of the Saudis, as the true "friends" of Iran, than on the Yemenis. And here they sent it to the "compatriots" for their cooperation with the coalition.
        1. Same lech 19 January 2020 09: 49 New
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          The accuracy of hitting the targets is surprising ... in manpower they suffered serious losses ... I imagine that you should not warn the Americans after the assassination of Suleymani at American bases ... the destruction there is very serious.
          1. Same lech 19 January 2020 09: 52 New
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            Anyone interested can see these pictures here.

            https://judeomasson.livejournal.com/138896.html
            1. Shurik70 19 January 2020 11: 49 New
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              Quote: Nyrobsky
              The Hussites are certainly no worse, they are better, if only in the sense that they fight on their land and do not crawl into foreign countries like mattresses with their own "democracy"

              At the stronghold of democracy, equality between men and women is still not enshrined in the constitution in all states.
              https://www.golos-ameriki.ru/a/virginia-house-votes-to-ratify-equal-rights-amendment/5247786.html
          2. Nyrobsky 19 January 2020 10: 04 New
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            Quote: The same Lech
            The accuracy of hitting the targets is surprising ... in manpower they suffered serious losses ... I imagine that you should not warn the Americans after the assassination of Suleymani at American bases ... the destruction there is very serious.
            Even though the mattresses were warned two hours before the strike, the Pentagon officially admitted that 11 servicemen had been injured (shell shock), although for some time it had denied any information about the presence of the injured. According to the Iranian version and some other data, the number of victims of the attack ranges from 80 to 250 people and several units of aircraft (up to 10). It is assumed that these figures of losses will be spread by the Pentagon in the regions where the American contingent is present with military participation and in military exercises, so as not to shock the American public with one-time losses as a result of one blow. So, it’s still difficult to evaluate the result of Iran’s response with 100% accuracy, because each side interprets the result in its favor, but Iranian missiles have shown their effectiveness unambiguously, in contrast to the air defense systems available to the Americans, and even with the availability of information about the targets intended for the strike. hi
            1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 11: 28 New
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              Genadius, I welcome hi
              Quote: Nyrobsky
              Only now I doubt that this is the answer for Suleymani.

              More likely finished off. After the battles near Aden with the UPS (UAE). According to the Saudis, in the form of an otvetka, they will beat on their territory.
              Now the fake about losses among the Russian military is actively thrown in. The figure in the 4-200th is called. Yesterday a video skipped (from the broads) with the ATGM getting into the building (Idlib). The Babahs claim that there was a united headquarters. Ours have not yet confirmed.
              1. Nyrobsky 19 January 2020 11: 52 New
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                Quote: LiSiCyn
                Genadius, I welcome hi
                Quote: Nyrobsky
                Only now I doubt that this is the answer for Suleymani.

                More likely finished off. After the battles near Aden with the UPS (UAE). According to the Saudis, in the form of an otvetka, they will beat on their territory.
                Now the fake about losses among the Russian military is actively thrown in. The figure in the 4-200th is called. Yesterday a video skipped (from the broads) with the ATGM getting into the building (Idlib). The Babahs claim that there was a united headquarters. Ours have not yet confirmed.

                Greetings Stas. Half a hundred and five years ago, my mother called me Dimka, but with your light hand, at the Epiphany, I became Genadiy laughing
                Yes, yesterday I also watched a video where militants at the ATGM headquarters charged, but I don’t think that if our advisers were there, they would have been substituted like partridges in a crowd. Summed up the traditional carelessness of the Syrians. How have they still not come out with cups of coffee in their hands? And probably, taking into account the fact that this video has already been several days old, in case of losses on our part, the information would have been leaked to several sources, but so far it’s quiet. hi
                1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 12: 46 New
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                  Quote: Nyrobsky
                  Half a hundred and five years ago, my mother called me Dimka, but with your light hand, at the Epiphany, I became Genadiy

                  repeat I am terribly ashamed. Kamradov need to know. And I didn’t even double-check. I apologize. drinks
                  Quote: Nyrobsky
                  information would have been leaked in several sources, but so far it’s quiet.

                  It can be seen that they are being pressed hard in Idlib ... Once the stuffing has gone.
                  1. Nyrobsky 19 January 2020 13: 12 New
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                    Quote: LiSiCyn
                    I am terribly ashamed. Kamradov need to know. And I didn’t even double-check. I apologize.
                    Yes, sir, it happens to you. yes
                    Quote: LiSiCyn
                    It can be seen that they are being pressed hard in Idlib ... Once the stuffing has gone.
                    This is yes.
        2. PalBor 19 January 2020 14: 48 New
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          The Saudis so far get off with lost drones. During these three weeks of 2020, the Hussites shot down 3 or 4 Turkish and Chinese production. Moreover, apparently, they use R-60, R-27ET or R-73. It was not for nothing that the Hussites declared the current year "the year of air defense."
          1. Nyrobsky 19 January 2020 20: 12 New
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            Quote: PalBor
            During these three weeks of 2020, the Hussites shot down 3 or 4 Turkish and Chinese production.

            It’s a hell of a lot, for not full three weeks!
            Quote: PalBor
            It was not for nothing that the Hussites declared the current year "the year of air defense."
            I’m even afraid to suppose what, over the whole year, there will be losses in the coalition “herd of kites” at such a start!
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    2. Olgovich 19 January 2020 09: 16 New
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      Quote: Thrall
      Well, prayer has ceased to be a taboo.
      The knights are not the same ...

      The Hussites hit the camp, not prayer.
      The Ministry of Defense of Yemen issued a statement on this fact, urging the people of the country to unite.

      We are participating in an open battle with militias supported by Iran. Such attacks make us more persistent and persistent.

      - said in a statement.


      This is a pseudoMO. The Hussites are much more relevant to him.
      1. Alexey RA 20 January 2020 15: 47 New
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        Quote: Olgovich
        This is a pseudoMO. The Hussites are much more relevant to him.

        Well, this is the official position of the West - a small group of religious extremists oppose a legally elected government, which was forced to call for help from the allies.
        And to abandon this position, recognizing that a civil-religious war is going on in Yemen, accompanied by intervention, is impossible. Because immediately the question arises about the legitimacy of the pro-Western and prosaudit leadership of the country, the legitimacy of the entry of troops of the Arab coalition, and there, it is not far from the investigation of war crimes. But these are respected people, the main suppliers of oil. In addition, if the Saudis and Co. organized an intervention, then Iran is not particularly to blame.
    3. thanks 19 January 2020 09: 22 New
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      How many people - so many opinions! Bagdasarova S.A. and Satanovsky E. Ya. you are missing!
    4. knn54 19 January 2020 09: 44 New
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      "Knights" ... cloak and dagger replaced the medieval "gentlemen".
      What can you do - there was Yemen and was NDREY. In the latter, the prime minister and president have traditionally represented rival clans / tribes. Plus the northerners.
      "Kneading" is still one.
  2. bessmertniy 19 January 2020 09: 11 New
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    Well, for the Hussites there is already nothing sacred - to hit the military who prayed. On the other hand, the military vigilance itself, apparently, has lost - they would have been praying somewhere separately, rather than in clusters convenient for a massive strike. On the whole, for Yemen, apparently, it is important to again divide into South and North, as it was before, draw new borders and establish peace. Otherwise, this civil war will be eternal. hi
    1. KCA
      KCA 19 January 2020 09: 18 New
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      The Hussites, if they are hooligans, are in their own country, but what are the Saudis, the USA and their mercenaries doing there? Let the Russian troops come to Israel, restore order? You think that there are no problems, but the Russian Ministry of Defense, oops, will decide what it is and introduce a limited contingent, 150 thousand
      1. Blackmokona 19 January 2020 09: 49 New
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        Also what the Russian troops are doing in Syria. And also at the invitation of the local legitimate president
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          KCA 19 January 2020 09: 59 New
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          Is the local population in Yemen as happy as the Syrians to the presence of the troops of the Russian Federation and the Military Police? Feed them bags of rice?
          1. Blackmokona 19 January 2020 10: 00 New
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            A similar situation, although turned upside down by 180 degrees. Sunnis are for the president and people are invaders, and Shiites hate
            In Syria, on the contrary, the Sunnis hate, and the Alawites (a branch of Shiism) love
        2. PalBor 19 January 2020 15: 02 New
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          They had a legitimate president Saleh. He did not invite the Saudis. He was forced to leave and put Hadi's “Parsley”. So he allegedly invited a foreign contingent. Although they would have come anyway.
    2. Gray brother 19 January 2020 09: 18 New
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      Quote: bessmertniy
      Well, for the Hussites there is already nothing sacred - to hit the military who prayed.

      This is not the military, it is the Hadists who are fighting on the side of the Saudis - collaborators. The military is among the Hussites and Saudis - the rest is bum-shaped meat.
    3. Same lech 19 January 2020 09: 25 New
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      Well, for the Hussites there is already nothing sacred - to hit the military who prayed.


      And you will recall how, under the leadership of the Hussites, an insidious blow was sneaked secretly by Saudi planes, many respected people died.
      On the night of March 26, 1915, the coalition planes of the Arab states launched a series of aerial attacks on Sana'a, the capital of Yemen. The blows affected not only the air forces and air defense of Yemen captured by the Hussites, but also Sana'a international airport, as well as residential areas. Killed at least 20 people in Sana'a and 65 people in the province of Saada and the northern suburbs of Sana'a.
      In general, the war there is blazing in full swing.
      There was already an article on the causes of this massacre.
      https://topwar.ru/71922-yemenskaya-voyna-interes-rossii-oslablenie-sauditov.html
      1. Ingvar 72 19 January 2020 09: 44 New
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        Quote: The same Lech
        1915

        Pup. wink
        1. Same lech 19 January 2020 09: 46 New
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          I'm sorry ... hi 2015 is to blame ... smile I live in the last century.
    4. PalBor 19 January 2020 14: 58 New
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      And what is sacred in relation to the enemy? Husites are Shiites, Hadists and Saudis are Sunnis. 1400 years of each other cut. Religious wars are the most brutal.
    5. Alexey RA 20 January 2020 15: 59 New
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      Quote: bessmertniy
      Well, for the Hussites there is already nothing sacred - to hit the military who prayed.

      War is no longer a jousting tournament. It’s not halal to fight one five times a day, but not kosher on Saturday .... wink
      As for the fighting, timed to the time of prayer - this tactic is also attributed to the IDF in the Arab-Israeli wars.
  3. svp67 19 January 2020 09: 12 New
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    According to the channel, behind the attack are Husite rebels (the rebel movement Ansar Allah), who are accused of having ties to Iran. An attack using drones and ballistic missiles was carried out at the moment when the soldiers in the camp began to pray.
    But now I do not understand. Who is it who led these drones and launched rockets, does it mean non-Muslims? And where were the calculations of the air defense duty forces on the affected side, as far as I know, they’re not only allowed, but they are simply exempted from prayer for the duration of the duty. Something is interesting
    1. LiSiCyn 19 January 2020 09: 29 New
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      Sergey, welcome hi
      The news is in truncated-abridged form. First, a blow was inflicted on the Khadistov camp using ballistic missiles and kamikaze UAVs. There were “fighters” in the camp who were caught in distribution in Aden. Passed additional training and coordination. Secondly, one UAV was shot down, though it is not known what and how? Thirdly, the loss of 60 people - yesterday. 300s called the figure, more than 120 people. Did the Saudis get hit while there is no information.
    2. Alexey RA 20 January 2020 16: 44 New
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      But now I do not understand. Who is it who led these drones and launched rockets, does it mean non-Muslims?

      Apparently, the calculations managed to launch rockets immediately before the prayer. smile

      Seriously, the Hussites are somehow calm about the faith.
      If on the rollers from the same Syria, the militants exclaim with the mention of Allah, accompanying any action, then everything is dry and military in Hussites. The rocket is gone - two standard sentences mentioning Allah, and everyone immediately runs up to turn off the equipment. The complete impression is that they simply report to the authorities about the successful operation.
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    1. donavi49 19 January 2020 10: 06 New
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      Then came the father of the nation, Abdullah Saleh, and with a kind word with a pistol, united Yemen.

      He pressed to the nail of the Hussites, who were clamped in the mountainous areas.

      However, then Hillary came and muddied Arab democracy. Saleh was asked to leave for good, otherwise it will be like with Gaddafi. Saleh is gone. Hadi came and then it started. He lived in a big way, came to Sana'a only for official events, but he did not look at cattle, that is, the population did not look at all. Plus, he began to change the local elites to pro-Saudis (who had taken care of Hadi). The result of the Khusit offensive suddenly coincided with a massive desertion and the transfer of army units to their side. Saleh - publicly opposed Hadi and called for help to the Hussites to drive the Saudi henchmen out of the country.

      Well, then the race to Aden, the rescue of Aden by the beginning of the intervention of the Arab coalition. A long war that has grown into a positional impasse. The collapse of the southerners into 2 opposing Hadist groups for the president and complementary to the Saudis and the UPS for the new South Yemen with Aden and rich regions, without the Hussites and other poor people, complementary to the UAE.
  5. Mountain shooter 19 January 2020 09: 25 New
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    The Husites' skills, as well as their "unprincipledness," are growing. This war will never end. What can reconcile them?
    1. Ingvar 72 19 January 2020 09: 47 New
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      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      What can reconcile them?

      The victory of one of the parties.
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  6. tanit 19 January 2020 09: 40 New
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    Ingenious. And who are the "Yemeni military"? The Hussites seem to be exactly the same, no?
    1. Blackmokona 19 January 2020 09: 51 New
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      These are the troops of the lawful president, and the Hussites are militiamen who have rebelled against him.
      1. donavi49 19 January 2020 09: 57 New
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        Well, right now the legal president’s business is quite so-so:
        A third of the country including Sana'a is near the Hussites.
        The second largest city and the first largest Aden is under the Southern Transitional Council, which is supported by the Emirates and which is passively fighting with the Husites and Hadi at the same time.
        The legitimate president has been driven out to the periphery - where the Baha'is, who have long had freemen in sparsely populated eastern Yemen, are not happy about this.
        1. Blackmokona 19 January 2020 09: 59 New
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          Well, in Syria, the situation was no better recently. And now there are problems above the roof
          1. Kosh 19 January 2020 12: 42 New
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            In Syria, nothing like this was ever close, Bashar al-Assad, even in the most difficult moments, continued to control the capital and never fled from Damascus. And most of the army turned away from the so-called “lawful president” of Yemen, Mansour Hadi, he wrote a letter of resignation, then fled first from the capital of Sana'a, and then from Aden, and since then has been living in Saudi Arabia for more than a year.
      2. Alexey RA 20 January 2020 17: 21 New
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        Quote: BlackMokona
        These are the troops of the lawful president, and the Hussites are militiamen who have rebelled against him.

        In fact, the Hussites still fought against the past president.
        And which of the presidents of Yemen is considered legal?

        Especially considering that the Yemeni Guard is fighting against the pro-Saudi president. wink
  7. Thrifty 19 January 2020 09: 43 New
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    If you would strike at American bases in Syria and Iraq with at least similar results!
  8. askort154 19 January 2020 10: 09 New
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    An attack using drones and ballistic missiles was carried out at the moment when the soldiers in the camp began to pray.

    Israel’s favorite tactic since the 60s. Attack the enemy when he assiduously prays on schedule. yes
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  9. Old26 19 January 2020 14: 26 New
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    Quote: Mountain Shooter
    https://judeomasson.livejournal.com/138896.html

    Yes, they are fighting already HZ how much. Back in Soviet times, there were two Yemen that cut each other
  10. Stalllker 19 January 2020 22: 07 New
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    Rebels with ballistic missiles and drones, okay !!!
    1. Alexey RA 20 January 2020 17: 36 New
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      Quote: Stalllker
      Rebels with ballistic missiles and drones, okay !!!

      So what to do? Western media fell into the trap of their own cliches: "a handful of religious fanatics fight against a legitimately elected democratic president"While in fact these" fanatics "only gave a common name to one of the parties to the civil war, and in fact under this name the regular army of Yemen and even the guards are fighting with OTR, PKKR and UAV.

      And the media cannot change the record - as soon as the position changes to "civil war in Yemen"so there are bad questions like"But what are the Saudis and others doing in Yemen?", or "Isn't this intervention?", or "why do we recognize that side, and not this?".
  11. Zaurbek 19 January 2020 23: 31 New
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    What did they shoot with? Last time, the Point was also fucked up ....
  12. uav80 20 January 2020 08: 23 New
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    During the strike, more than 60 troops were killed and dozens were injured.


    According to Saudi sources, 111 people died and more than 200 were injured in the attack. Given the fact that there are many severe wounded people, the death toll is likely to continue to increase. In fact, with one blow they swiped away from the board to the battalion of Saudi mercenaries.
    Enough evidence of the lethality of the new Iranian weapons that are being delivered to Yemen.
    According to unconfirmed information (the Saudis have not yet confirmed), among the dead could be the commander of the 4th Hadist brigade Al-Samaki.

    The Hussites said it was a preemptive strike against the mercenaries, who were soon to leave for Aden, where they were to strengthen the position of the Hadists and their Saudi masters.
    The field barracks, field mosque and ammunition were hit by rockets and drones.

    © colonelcassad.livejournal.com