The US-Saudi-war on Yemen has entered its seventh year as the Ansarallah resistance movement and other Yemeni revolutionaries have threatened the Saudi regime with a new war strategy known as the “Great Pain.”
Today, the Yemeni resistance fighters, despite the Saudi protected siege against Yemen, have been able to reach astonishing self-sufficiency and aptitude in the domestic military industry to the point where they have manufactured modern and highly effective weapons that are essential to maintain their chances of victory against the Saudi aggressors.
This remarkable progress manifested itself in the production of home-grown medium-range and also long-range missiles by Yemeni resistance.
In an interview with the Sanaa-based Al-Masira TV, Yemeni Minister of Defense Mohammed Nasser Al-Atefi stressed that the military acumen of the Yemeni resistance is in no way comparable to six years ago when the Saudi regime waged its barbarous campaign against the Republic of Yemen.
Al-Atefi reiterated that today the Yemeni resistance can surprise the Saudi invaders across all battlefields with new and brilliant war strategies.
In this regard, it should be said that Yemeni resistance fighters have been successful in their recent attempts to break through the enemy line to relieve the occupied city of Marib, located in southern war-ravaged Yemen.
In the meantime, the culmination of the Yemeni nation’s revenge has been materialized by repeated attacks on Saudi Aramco oil facilities, an issue that clearly shows Riyadh’s extreme vulnerability vis-à-vis Yemeni missiles and highly sophisticated unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
Totally desperate in the face of increasingly powerful Yemeni resistance, the Saudi regime seeks to end its bloody war on Yemen but there is nothing new within the so-called peace initiative put forward by the deceitful Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman (also known as MBS).
The Saudi peace initiative comes after the Yemeni resistance fired six drones at the Aramco oil facility in Riyadh, the Saudi capital, on Friday.
The recent attacks on Aramco oil installations showed the sheer ineffectiveness of the American-made Patriot systems in intercepting the Yemeni missiles.
It seems that all Saudi financial and economic reserves have been consumed in the current war of attrition with the Yemeni resistance.
But what makes things even more difficult for the American administration is that the Yemeni resistance is using small missiles and UAVs extensively.
The recent defeats inflicted by the Yemenis upon the Saudi regime led US President Joe Biden to order the withdrawal of the Patriot system from Saudi Arabia, a painful decision for the White House in the face of repeated humiliation the multi-billion dollar Patriot systems suffered by the Ansarullah’s modest missiles.
The Yemeni fighters have been fighting against the Saudi regime, moving from the defensive to the offensive, and have carried out various operations to push the Saudi occupiers.
In the latest developments, Yemeni fighters were able to force the coalition to retreat during an operation in the southeastern suburbs of the Al-Qarat area, and they managed to take the Al-Atif area out of the control of Saudi-backed mercenaries and take control of this important position.
In addition to clearing and securing the Al-Atif area, Yemeni forces continued their advances toward the southern axis, and were able to liberate other parts of the occupied territories, including the eastern Al-Mashjah area, and put the Saudi-led coalition in a more difficult position.