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Iranian-backed Forces Threaten Riyadh With More Strikes (Map Update)

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Iranian-backed Forces Threaten Riyadh With More Strikes (Map Update)

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On February 8th, a mysterious group published a threat showing missiles attacking Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital.

It is unclear from which group it originates, but it is likely that it is from the Righteous Promise Brigades [Alwiyat Al Wa’ad Al Haq].

It is the group responsible for the recent missile attack on Riyadh, in which missiles were intercepted in the skies above the city.

The group is reportedly Iranian-backed, and it is from Iraq.

After the attack on Riyadh, it also threatened the UAE.

On January 27, the mysterious armed group released a poster showing a drone attacking Burj Khalifa in the Emirate of Dubai. Rising at 829.8 meters, Burj Khalifa is the world’s tallest structure and building.

In its first statement, the RPB threatened to launch an attack on the UAE, namely on Dubai. The new poster reinforces this threat.

“The second blow will be on the dens of evil in Dubai, with the help of the Almighty, if the crimes of Bin Salman [Saudi Crown Prince] and Bin Zayed [UAE Crown Prince] are repeated,” the statement reads.

The RPB said its first attack on Riyadh was a response to the January 21 bombings in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad. ISIS claimed responsibility for the bombings. However, the RPB blamed Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

There is no attack on the UAE yet, and this is the second threat on Riyadh, if it was from the same group.

Iranian-backed Forces Threaten Riyadh With More Strikes (Map Update)

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  • On February 8, Saudi-led coalition warplanes conducted an airstrike on the Haradh area
  • On February 8, Saudi-led coalition warplanes conducted 3 airstrikes on the Sarwah area
  • On February 9, clashes between Ansar Allah and Saudi-led forces continued in the southwest of al-Jawf province
  • Martin Griffiths, United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen visited Tehran and met with Iranian Foreign Minister Muhammad Javad Zarif discussing Yemen crisis

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johnny rotten

Beware of false flags, the americunt are specialists in that matter, after all, why threaten when you know you don’t need a shit, if you have to act do it, threats don’t make sense.

johnny rotten

I hope that control of the escalation will be handled in Iran, Iran has control over its militias and will decide when and what answers to give, I presume.

Johnny B. Allan

If anything The Saudis and allies will have the Iraqi oil. As for ISIS it is like expecting santa to exist they will never stop any attack on anyone in that matter and have nothing to do with the Arab coalition.

A different entity will invade them to what they claimed to have responded to lmao. But whatever this is good anyways.

DAESH will never stop attacking inside Iraq or outside of Iraq. They are outlawed in every UN member state.

The terrorists elements and the provocations are entirely coming from groups claiming to be allied to Iran

farbat

this might end up in a saudi iraqi clash to put it simple and uae will be a victim in this clash and of course saudis wont survive even the ansarullah so its hard to say how they will end up anyway

Jens Holm

Iran can collapse too. USA mightr say enough is enough and hit them hard. Bidens in that has more structure then the randoms by Trumps.

I will allow me to say Nato also has changed a little in those matters after the Trump “kind of retreat” . That goes for EU as well.

So We are able to makle at least mslal changes there too – at læeast we prefare some stability. China now also has a voice. They are more for oil then Iran. Thats goes for South Korea too.

Many cooks are there not only those two. Some has very dirty hands.

Ashok Varma

Don’t believe he is a westerner, his grasp of the regional dynamics is verging on ignorance and the staple of anti-Iran troll farms operated by the Zionists or US agencies.

Jens Holm

I agree. It is allowed to have Your oppinion and make it too.

Jens Holm

I see that opposition as we cant keepo it away. We have to live with it and keep it down.

We still has crime here even we fight it every day. Thegood advice is all clean their own houses and countrries as best as they can.

Jens Holm

Its well descriebed. Education isnt the issue. The issue is what You use it for or against.

Saudis as well as Iranians actually has more educated people then visible in the statistics. But many of them are educated for prestige and its about bridesmoney. But they are home or lazybum men.

Ashok Varma

Iraq was invaded and destroyed by the US and 60 vassal states, so there is a growing genuine resistance. It was not Iran that invaded Iraq and killed millions.

Jens Holm

It seemes ignored Saddams fx invaded Iran and Kuwaut and killed 100.000 of own citicens too. True its very muich about oil, but thats not the wjole picture.

Its also Iran with no Shah.,

Jens Holm

Haha. If so one regime will just be replaced byy another one. I hope they like it.

Johnny B. Allan

It could lead to a war without a doubt. The escalation will not be beneficial to them

max

like they did in Jemen with great succes…

Johnny B. Allan

They have Yemen under invasion without larger coalition. Just Saudi and UAE and now only Saudi with air-support and the rest is proxy. With larger coalition they can easily put troops inside

max

they had larger coalition. remember the soldiers from sudan.
most of them left. not because they had won.

Johnny B. Allan

No that was not large at all bro but with larger coalition and intention they can easily put troops inside. They will have air-superority, numbers, and it is a flat terriain

max

maybe you are right. lets see

Ashok Varma

You are an idiot and could not find Saudi Arabia on an illustrated map. Gandu.

Jens Holm

Thats very opimistic. I only can be done withaslready well or relative well organized troops fx likke tge SDF-Kurds.

Those even has shown, they can learn to be coordinated well with the incomming support.

Flat terrain as well as other conditions has to be remembered as the enemy very much has the same terrain conditions.

Ashok Varma

Mercenaries from Colombia to Senegal were hired by the Saudis, with dubious results. The Colombians killed Saudi officers after not getting paid. The Africans just throw down their weapons or run. Saudi economy has been devastated as well.

Cromwell

Many left in labled body bags.

Jens Holm

I agree with Ashok in this.

It makes no succes hiring in second class soldiers and even treat them as if they are below You and dont deserve good conditions.

zman

Please take your propaganda BS elsewhere. You sound like Bibi. Wait…is this Bibi?

Ashok Varma

He is from a hasbara troll farm. They are desperate these days.

farbat

iraq can handle all these jokes

Furkan Sahin

Iraq need a like Gaddafi

Jens Holm

That would solve a lot. Daffy soon would buy 5 mio. refugees in Turkey as spendables.

Furkan Sahin

I think Gaddafi fits in well with Iraq
because Iraq is not only Shia but also Sunni

farbat

the issue is the saudis and co cant handle a single iraqi militia

farbat

iran did change the whole conception of iraq and yes iraq is in trouble but militarily its not weak at all its probably much stronger than during the times of saddam when we fought iraq

Johnny B. Allan

Lol. Iraq is under US and Turkish invasion as we speak. It is a weak country

farbat

the kurdish fake entity is under turkish aggression and its better than iraq having to slow them down itself like foolish saddam did because they want the separations with war even nowadays and turks really slow them down for iraq

Jens Holm

Kurds are no fakes in anything at all.

I will remind You even Osmans had a Turkish Kurdistan.

People writing like You should be crusified with Your head down and reach You tiny brain.

farbat

us occupation isnt invasion and in fact the usa is badly losing money its bleeding as soon as it moves into iraq its as if it has a huge hole in its side

Jens Holm

They actually has a budget for it and not Your candy box economy.

farbat

war is different thou and what we talk about are basically geo political issues of iraq and internal separatists

farbat

btw if the usa didnt need a green zone than kurdish separatism wouldnt exist so iraq got turkey and the usa fighting eachother and making it easier for iraq to fix its problem by being the third reasonable party

Jens Holm

Very biased.

You dont speak for most of the Iraqians as well too.

Condor

Arab NATO lol

Johnny B. Allan

Daesh attack will never stop and has nothing to do with Saudi Arabia

Ashok Varma

All Wahhabi terror groups are Saudi creation you chutiya. They serve their US and Zionist masters.

Jens Holm

I dont see that.

Extremisme is no thing for this and other worlds. Extremists has wind with them, if they are correct in needed changes.

You make those changes and fight the bad sides of them.

Extremiksme fx grow very well, when too many has no jobs and there is no sign for they get any. By that they are opposition to any Governess.

If the Governess dont listen or even try to punish those poor people, their only chosie is to fight back armed´, because there is no structures for anthig else.

In ME the only other structure is Sharia and tribe, so people join that almost no matter what.

People here are too often wrong. Those many wars in the Region is not about religion at all but sekualar with religion making religion more dirty then it already is.

If Muhammed ever talked about oil, it was olive oil.

Furkan Sahin

if it has no saudi arabia to do then why isis not attacking saudi?
they are 100% from Saudi

Furkan Sahin

Saudi Arabia and Iraq are the border
so try think about it

Ashok Varma

This certainly is US and Zionist effort to malign Iran. Most of the new unheard of groups are CIA creation to sow discord and stoke Iranophobia.

Proud Hindu

Fk off shi@” bhadve hussaini

Jens Holm

He has rights to write here too. You are not owner of this house so to speak.

Proud Hindu

Stfu danish

Jens Holm

Debate is about diagree too.

Jens Holm

Iranioans are malignin themself very well. No need for others with any supplements.

Condor

This certainly sounds like a deep state propaganda to fan anti-Iran sentiment in the Arab world. Not very credible.

farbat

this is the warning about daesh if daesh continues to expand on baghdad its terrorist attachs than uae towers and saudi are done

Jens Holm

Hard to see.

farbat

if they cant control their daesh creation than uae and saudis are done and its an iraqi promise it has nothing to do with iran at the end of the day its an iraqi vs wahabi conflict which the saudis and co started

Ashok Varma

Can you kindly post a single item. You spam idiocy that ruins every thread. I am blocking you, which is rare for me. Namaste.

farbat

thanks i ruin the nonsense therefore XD

farbat

you are talking about”IRANIAN-BACKED FORCES THREATEN RIYADH WITH MORE STRIKES (MAP UPDATE)” and truely i cant even say how stupid the title on its own is

farbat

you are talking about things that are based on such info “It is unclear from which group it originates, but it is likely that it is from the Righteous Promise Brigades [Alwiyat Al Wa’ad Al Haq].”

Garga

Attacking the Saurun tower (Riyadh’s bottle opener) with V-2 rockets?

This one is a better (and real) news:
I think in a day or two we hear excellent news from Ma’rib: Its liberation.

Yemeni Army, Ansarallah and the popular committees are advancing on the city in 5 different fronts. Saudi defences are collapsed on at least 3 fronts, hundreds if them killed.

There’s negotiations going on between the elders of the tribes residing in Ma’arib and our friends to surrender the city to avoid its destruction. Army and Ansarallah are just 3 km away from Ma’arib.
Like always, Saudis respond by bombing civilians.

Go heroes, kick the invaders and their mercenary rats out.

farbat

the saudis used their armed forces for decades to oppress its civilization and now they must protect their borders something they have 0 idea of how to do

Jens Holm

I think they partly do try to learn. They are more
active in jobs in KSA instead of only hiring and paying foreigners for it.

farbat

the saudis cant govern themselves anymore and its basically right now in silent collapse

Jens Holm

Compared to what?????????

farbat

taking out such towers would be the end of saudi arabia or uae and there is no need to target even desalination or anything critical for that matter

verner

take out ras tanura and the various collection points for the crude and saudi will be out of busines before mbs can spell ‘disaster’.

Jens Holm

What happend to Mordor and before that Isengard???

Tommy Jensen

We require a part of Saudi to our friends and Ally. comment image

Tommy Jensen

Or at least partition…………………………………LOL.comment image

Jens Holm

Saudis more or less uified themself and united 3 big tribes to one country, so that map will never fit.

The rest is about same thing. Those borders only make change among children and fanatics on drugs.

Joaquin

Probably AnsarAllah is speeding up it’s operations now that international diplomacy is starting to lobby for a swift end to the conflict.
Good thing is AnsarAllah has been preparing the ground for the liberation of Ma’rib last year and maybe even for the liberation of the west coast…?
Interesting times ahead! Go AnsarAllah!

Tommy Jensen

Sounds incredible any Iranian officer could be traitor enough to commit VIP murder inside Iran for Israel. Very dangerous. Very strange. Something must be wrong on high level. Who could that be?
Not Khamenei.

Free man

The Mullahs regime is a corrupt regime that rules by fear and force. Therefore there is a big hidden opposition at all levels of society / military.
Indeed it is amazing that officers in the IRGC assassinate the most senior nuclear scientist, whom they are supposed to guard, for Iran’s greatest enemy.

Jens Holm

Its very easy.

We let people go, if there is any doubt for they did a crime.

In Iran and seveal other matters people are objects and nothing. So they by reflex often takes some extra for safety matters.

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Mike

The Middle East, like so many other regions, are completely brainwashed by continuing to fight between each other (Shiite vs Sunni) because the US and NATO says so. This would be so simple if they took the time to talk instead of pocking at each other. Bring the entire Arab world together and throw the US and NATO out…forever! Get rid of Israel and voila, peace would be back in the Middle East.

You don’t need to be a genius to see that all the problems in the Middle East are caused by the US and Israel. Wake the F up!

Garga

It’s not at all about Shi’a vs Sunni Mike. A sectarian clash is what they want you to think.
IRGC, Hezbollah and PMU although are majority Shi’a, have many Sunni (of various schools), Christians and Yezidis. SAA.and NDF are predominantly Sunni but have Alawite, Shi’a and Christian members. All the above mentioned are fighting for their land, resources and existence with mostly Sunnis which are under influence of Wahhabis and Zionists and even Marxist Shi’as.(MeK) at their service. Ethnicity also irrelevant with the exception of Kords, also at the service of Zionists and Wahhabis (but Kords are a special case, their leaders even betray their own mothers for some money. Look at Barzani gang in Iraq and PKK offshoots in Syria which sell stolen Iraqi and Syrian oil to Turkey at third of its real price to be delivered to Israel).

It’s about the wish of control of resources and total domination from one side (which you correctly pointed out) and resisting from the other.

Mike

All the examples you brought up exist because they are supported by the US/NATO/Israel. They just cannot create havoc without having bigger boys behind them. That’s just a simple fact. Everything happens in the background but, sometimes, the truth comes up and we can all witness the US dumping arms to many clans. They are trying to defend their lands against enemies brought in by the US/NATO/Israel and their dogs in the area such as Saudis, Qatar and Bahrain to name a few.

It’s a game played by the west to promote havoc to secure Israel. As long as they fight each other, no one touches Israel. You just need to look at what happened in Syria with ISIS. Controlled by the US and Israel and protected while stealing oil. Get rid of the US and NATO and those groups will disappear real fast.

Jens Holm

This is not shiits agains sunnis at all.

Mike

I thought I was clear by stating that their main problem is the US/NATO/Israel. They are the reason why different religious groups fight each other. They support many sides at the same time to control the game and have been doing so since Israel was created.

Where are the main problems in the Middle East? Iran, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Israel, and to some extent, Iraq. What do they all have in common in a positive or negative way? The US of A!

As enemies to the US: Iran, Syria, and closer than ever, Iraq. Three countries that are anti-Israel.

As friends: Saudis, and Israel. The two countries that want to control the entire Middle East.

Throw is Turkey as a wild card as no one knows how they will react from one day to the next.

At the end of the day, the US shows up everywhere and as always, when they are around, havoc is bound to happen. Get rid of the Yanks, get rid of most problems. The remaining one will disappear on its own once they are no longer supported and protected.

Jens Holm

Much of that is highly correct. There has een religios disputes even before the first Choran was written in at least three versions.

Some fool invented Islam even they already had Jewisme as well as Christianity and Ball.

You even pretend Arabs were and are United. Thats highly incorrect too. Peace is same thing.

And USA didnt show up. They took ovedr from other Empires, whcih was there like Ottomans, Russia, UK and France.

You lives in the land of no mirrors. As usual there is hardly a single reflexions for You have done or not have done. Thats probatly because You come to jail or worse if You even try to debate it.

I dont see the Saudis want to control the whole ME. As a minimu its both ways and they are allowed to degend and attack the other way around too.

I dont care half a camel about the dwarft in Iran , Iraq, Syria and Lebanon. Its impressing You cant see they for very good reasosns hardly has any support from tthe rest lof the world.

And why???? Well a normal life is You as a minimum is able to clean Your own homes and it starts with toilet training. Why should any in the whole world respect what You write about here should be dominant.

Here we as boys are not pr definitaion gicen respect. WE get level of respect for, what we actually do. Half oif Our populations also are not second class citicens and at least we try to follow the UN convensions.

Cromwell

Its way past time they were bombed,the Syrians should have hit the place with ballistic missiles,its terror central.

Jens Holm

Thed usual speak. You always can look back like that and put in Yours dont mistakes and the rest makes a lot.

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