Tens of Saudi-led coalition defect to Houthis | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Tens of Saudi-led coalition defect to Houthis

Another defection from the camp of Saudi led coalition. This time a group of nearly 40 forces from the Republican Guards who were stationed in Yemen's western coastline declared their defection to the Houthi Ansarullah Movement in the capital Sana'a.

The commander of the group Major General Fawaz Aljaali said that real intention of the Saudi-led became clear to them only after serving under the command of what he described as the country's occupiers. This defection has come after major victories achieved by Ansarullah fighters and army forces in the vicinity of Marib city.

Experts say this defection is considered as the biggest one that has followed many defections by senior military officials from the camp of Saudi led coalition. Since the beginning of Saudi led war in Yemen in 2015, thousands of the coalition forces have left the ranks of it.

Western-backed military aggression, coupled with a naval blockade, has killed about 17 thousands of Yemenis, destroyed the country’s infrastructure, and led to a massive humanitarian crisis.

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