SANA'A March 29. 2023 (Saba)- As we commemorate the eighth anniversary of our national steadfastness on the twenty-sixth of March, our current year 2023 AD, we can read the difference in the Yemeni scene from what it was on the same date in the year 2015 AD, as what was a fantasy in the first hours of the aggression against Yemen has become a reality recognized by the enemy before Ally and friend.
Eight years of aggression against Yemen were not able to change the political and military situation in Sana'a. Rather, the scene of the aggression countries and its local tools tells us of weakness and disorientation beyond description.
The language of numbers in all its details reveals that the description of the loss and defeat experienced by the enemy is only the tip of the iceberg of truth and reality, but the blatant evasiveness that the so-called “coalition” countries and behind them are their supporters from the “Zionist-American” alliance during the last stage, are good at.
It sought to cover up their great loss in Yemen.
This reality in all its details, although it seems clear today and we are on the verge of the ninth year, but it was not like that with the beginning of the aggression.
In the details of the Yemeni scene today, there are many manifestations that will not be fully understood without returning to the scene in the past.
It is no longer a secret to anyone the extent of the differences between yesterday's allies, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, regarding the present and future of Yemen, along with a number of other regional files, and according to many informed readings and analyzes, the most prominent dispute revolves around Yemen, and in this context.
The Wall Street Journal reads, "Abu Dhabi fears being marginalized from discussions about the future of this country at a time when Saudi Arabia continues direct talks with the Houthis on ending the war."
These statements, in fact, are only the tip of the iceberg of the conflict between the two parties, a reality that contradicts the situation in the past, especially when the former Saudi ambassador to Washington, Adel Al-Jubeir, announced that his country launched a large-scale military operation within an expanded coalition of countries (in the forefront UAE) under the pretext of defending the so-called "legitimacy".
At that time, many believed, "influenced by the media aura of the coalition countries," that the path of Saudi Arabia and the UAE was clear towards resolving the "war" militarily within weeks or months at the latest, especially after reports of the destruction of most of the main military targets belonging to the authorities in Sana'a as a result of the intensive airstrikes during the first days of aggression.
However, the course of the "war" contradicted most of the expectations, including that the "war" would only last for a few months. The battles on the ground indicated that the so-called "Saudi-Emirati" coalition and their sponsors of "American Zionism" could not achieve a tangible military result. The course of the battle leads to the military advance of Sana'a forces on a number of internal fronts and on the northern borders with Saudi Arabia.
The military failure of the coalition led each side to seek compensation for that failure, by seeking to achieve its own goals, albeit at the expense of the other party. And the conflict between them intensified with the new reality that began to take shape in Yemen, far from what was intended to be implemented at the beginning of the aggression.
Yemeni steadfastness and reversing the equation:
It would not be an exaggeration to say that the events of Yemen, with its war and peace, were directly reflected in the course of governance within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This effect becomes clear when we see that the regime in the Kingdom, after eight years of its unjust aggression against Yemen, is looking to save face by marketing peace, and that Saudi Arabia is seeking to achieve stability in Yemen.
Before talking about the details of the scene today, it is necessary to go back and recall what the situation was like in March 2015, when statements about the impressive military achievements in the Yemen "war" were a favorite of Muhammad bin Salman.
In addition to the above, the declaration of aggression from the American capital, Washington, and the direct intervention by the Saudi-Emirati coalition, against the authority in the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, was preceded by a number of critical variables.
Foremost among them: the fall of the ruling authority in Yemen in favor of a Yemeni party that is not among Riyadh's allies and clients. This variable specifically put Riyadh in front of an "unprecedented" strategic shock in the history of its relationship with Yemen.
Riyadh had barely recovered from the horror of the first shock, but the Sana'a government followed it up with an explicit declaration that "the future in managing state affairs at the internal and external levels will differ from the situation in the previous stages, especially in the course of foreign relations with neighboring countries and the world."
In this context, many observers of Saudi internal affairs believe that the military and political failure of Saudi Arabia and its coalition to break the will of the Yemenis contributed greatly to the intensification of the conflict within the "Al Saud" family.
What made matters worse was the widening range of international condemnations and criticisms of the Kingdom for its role in the aggression against Yemen, and even accusing Mohammed bin Salman of being directly responsible for the humanitarian catastrophe in the afflicted country, which destroyed and killed tens of thousands of civilians as a result of indiscriminate bombing, as well as the comprehensive blockade policy “by sea and air.” And Priya” and far from the simplest ethics of “war” that the “Al Saud” claims.
Pressure increased on the first official in the aggression against Yemen, and the potential heir to the throne could not overcome these repercussions in their internal dimension, especially with the intensification of the conflict with his potential rivals for the king.
Bin Salman did not hesitate to oppress his rivals, and this matter specifically explains the campaign of systematic arrests of his opponents to show himself as the dominant person.
The enemy admits his failure and loss:
Yemeni steadfastness during the past years prompted Riyadh regime to search for possible solutions and overcome the increasing pressures, and Bin Salman, with his bitter harvest, had no choice but to search for a way out of the aggression against Yemen, especially after the Yemeni people showed legendary steadfastness, in other words,
What is being marketed through Saudi diplomacy and the media regarding peace aims primarily to overcome the disastrous repercussions on the Kingdom as a result of its barbaric aggression against Yemen eight years ago.
What must be said on this day is that the details of Yemeni steadfastness would not have been manifested in this dazzling image, and in the various “political, military, economic and agricultural” fields.
Except as a direct result and a true expression of the justice of the Yemeni cause, and among the striking manifestations of that steadfastness is that the enemy that sought to destroy you and attempts to subdue you in the early beginnings has acknowledged its failure and loss after its involvement in the Yemeni quagmire.
resource : SABA
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