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Saudi-led Coalition Releases Videos Of Alleged Hezbollah Leader In Yemen

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Saudi-led Coalition Releases Videos Of Alleged Hezbollah Leader In Yemen

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On December 26, the Saudi-led coalition released two videos showing an alleged leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah working with the Houthis (Ansar Allah) in Yemen.

The videos were presented by coalition spokesman Brig. Gen. Turki Al-Malki, who claimed that Hezbollah had been training the Houthis on the use of suicide drones at the international airport of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

“Hezbollah’s terrorist organization has spread destruction in the region and the world, and it bears responsibility for targeting civilians in Saudi Arabia and Yemen,” the spokesman said at a press conference that was held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh.

The first video shows the alleged Hezbollah leader discussing the battle of the western Yemeni province of al-Hudaydah with a man who was identified by the Saudi-led coalition as Abu Ali al-Hakim, a senior military commander of the Houthis.

In the second video, which was allegedly taken inside Sanaa International Airport, the same leader can be seen instructing alleged Houthi fighters on the use of “Qasef” suicide drones.

The coalition’s videos are questionable to say the least. The dialect of the alleged Hezbollah leader is not Lebanese. Furthermore, the drone shown in the second video does not resample Qasef-1 or 2K which are usually used by the Houthis.

A Yemeni source told the Hezbollah-affiliated U-News agency that the videos released by the Saudi-led coalition are fake.

“The speaker in the video published by the Saudi coalition is not Lebanese, [the video] does not included footage of any Lebanese [personal],” the source said.

The videos, real or not, were likely released by the Saudi-led coalition to justify harsher airstrikes on Houthi-held areas in Yemen. A few hours after the release of the video, coalition warplanes carried out airstrikes on the Air Defense Camp near Sanaa.

The Saudi-led coalition is apparently not planning to halt its airstrikes on Yemen anytime soon. The Houthis will likely continue to strike back.


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So what? there is a war on against the same enemy.


Saudi faked the proof lol. Their proof was that they found a laptop with a big Hezbollah picture glued on it and a video of Hezbollah fighter, but the fighter didn’t even have a Lebanese dialect. Those idiots can’t even fake their evidence

Peter Wallace

Doesn’t matter if it is faked or true as the Houthis are allowed to be supported by whoever chooses to do so . Just like Saudi Arabia is supported by their friends who are paid handsomely to do so. I wonder if SA have a clause in their merc contracts , if you run you don’t get paid . Probably not by the looks of the amount of running they do.

L du Plessis

May God help, Syria, Hizballah and the Houtis against the zionist invader enemy.


Someone said Wahhabis are worse than Zion in the Middle East.

– there are clear sensitivities against Wahhabis from Muslims outside Shiite Islam due to Wahhabis’ bad reputation following the rise of radical jihadi currents such as al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS) that have adopted Wahhabism as their principal influence.

An Islamic conference was held Aug. 25-27 in Chechnya’s capital, Grozny, and senior Sunni scholars from various Sunni schools attended. The meeting was sponsored by Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov. The conference aimed at introducing “Sunni identity” and determining its adherents.

The closing statement limited the Sunni community to “Ash’aris, Maturidis by belief, followers of the four jurisprudential schools of Sunnism (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi’i and Hanbali) and followers of pure Sufism in terms of ethics and chastity. Any other sects are not included in the Sunni community.” This clearly indicates that, in the participants’ view, Wahhabism is not considered part of Sunni Islam, but rather an emerging innovation (Bid’ah) in Islam.

Western states recently tightened the noose on Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabi activities after they noticed the role of the associations sponsoring these activities in producing religious radicalism. The French authorities decided Aug. 20 to close down 20 out of 120 mosques affiliated with Salafi groups in France. In Berlin, King Fahd Academy is shutting down because the academy is thought to have played a role in provoking extremism.

It is not Zion only, the Wahhabi cult is there and so are the old dogs. But it is a matter of time.


Ohh, look the Israelis teaching Wahhabis how to get laughed at by anyone who questions things first. A child could do better, the Wahhabis forgot to draw the red line as Zion does.

I’m sorry but this is just like what Belarus did, they fake an email to make a plane land to get that anti-Belarusian dude.

Email: ahmed_yurlanov1988@protonmail.com Headline: Allahu Akbar We, Hamas soldiers, demand that Israel cease fire in the Gaza Strip. We demand that the European Union abandon its support for Israel in this war…blah blah blah.

The email was sent to Minsk’s National Airport’s general information account at 12:57 p.m. on May 23, 27 minutes after the plane first entered Belarusian airspace and 24 minutes after air traffic control in Minsk first informed the Ryanair pilot that an emailed bomb threat was “shared with several airports.”

The Greek Civil Aviation Authority, which is responsible for the plane that took off from Athens, has publicly stated that it received no such warning at any point during FR4978’s journey. Lithuania did receive the email, but not Vilnius Airport, the intended destination.

It seems BS and that doesn’t give any right to KSA to bomb civilians in the first place. It is a poor fart in the air by Wahhabis – like how Zion does it.

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