A European diplomat in Brussels who wanted to remain anonymous reported that Israeli F-35 warplanes targeted a training centre of Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah revolutionaries in the northern Yemeni province of Sa’adah. The attack reportedly took place on Tuesday September 22nd.
The European diplomat cited Lt. Gen. Mutlaq bin Salem Al-Azima, deputy chief of the general staff and the acting commander of the Saudi joint forces, as saying “… in this crucial time we are in dire need of Tel Aviv’s military prowess to curb Iran’s slow but gradual encroachment in Yemen. I hope this felicitous Israeli intervention in Yemen would harbinger new dawn in Arab-Israeli partnership and the entire world shall witness the comradeship and amicable relation between the armies of kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the State of Israel.”
The Saudi regime and Israelis have entered into clandestine negotiations about the latter providing aerial assistance to the “Saudi-led Coalition” to defeat anti-Israeli Yemeni revolutionaries who have remained invincible against all the invading forces including official armed forces of Saudi; United Arab Emirates(UAE) and Bahrain, as well as US and British advisors, in addition to private mercenary armies like Blackwater and Dyna.
On Sep 1, two Israeli Air Force 747 aircraft Boeing carrying weapons landed in Khamis Mushait base in Asir in Saudi Arabia to assist the coalition in the war against Yemen, added bin Salem Al-Azima.