Saturday 24th of August 2019

Indian Analyst: Saudis victory in Yemen impossible

Indian Analyst: Saudis victory in Yemen impossible

Ahlul Bayt News Agency - 'Despite rising US doubts the Saudi extremists are determined to pursue their warmonger approach in Yemen, but is seems quite certain that Riyadh has got itself entangled in a war in which no victory is foreseeable,' wrote Gwita in an article in Hindu newspaper's Tuesday edition.

He noted that the new Saudi monarch only a few hours after coming to throne appointed his son who is less than 30 years old and has no experience of administrative work as his defense minister.

This crown prince is very ambitious, complacent, and a real warmonger, that's why most probably he played the main role in initiating the war against Yemen, he wrote.

The expert in Yemen affairs added that only a few hours after the fleeing of the former Yemeni non-elected president the Saudis started their Decisive Strom Operation and managed to get the alliance of a number of Arab countries as its accomplices, although Malik Salman's personal efforts aimed at encouraging Pakistan and Turkey to take part in that operation were futile.

'Despite launching over 2,500 air raids against the oppressed Yemeni people, the massive Saudi bombardments have failed in annihilation of the popular Ansar Allah movement, despite the high scores of civilian casualties and intentional destroying of the poor nation's infrastructure facilities, hospitals and schools,' wrote the Indian analyst.

The former Indian ambassador to Yemen furthermore referred to the record of Saudi aggressions on Yemen.

'Two years after its establishment in the year 1934 Saudi Arabia invaded and occupied Yemen's Asir, Heyzan and Najran provinces,' he wrote.

Referring to the recent developments in Yemen, Ranjit Gwit added that the former Yemeni president lost his legitimacy after fleeing from that country as he neither has tribal political support in the north or Yemen, nor any legitimacy in Aden.

The expert also touched on Riyadh accusation against Iran on the basis of its support for Ansarallah.

'No authentic proof for Iran's support for that movement has been found thus far,' he wrote.

Ranjit Gwita finally seeks the roots of the Saudi fears for their weakening regional hegemony.

'Riyadh knows that the positive outcome of the Iran-Sextet nuclear negotiations will lead to highly increased influence of Iran in the region, which is something that both Tel Aviv and Riyadh are highly afraid of, like all the warmongers around the globe, such as those in Washington and some Middle East capital cities,' he concluded.

source : abna
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