Terrorist israel’s Rabid Dog Saudi Regime Resorting to Psycho Op against Yemenis after Failure in Airstrikes
Saudi Arabia has resorted to psychological warfare after it failed in defeating the Ansarullah movement through war and numerous airstrikes, reports said.
The pro-Saudi news websites seem to be running a smear campaign and spreading rumors that Ansarullah Leader Abdolmalek al-Houthi or other senior officials of the movement have been wounded, apparently in the hope that such reports can break people’s resistance and pave way for chaos against the country, a monitoring group said in a report.
The Saudi media even claimed that Ansarullah’s senior leader Yousef al-Madani has been killed in the Saudi-led airstrikes on the city of Sana’a on Sunday night, which later proved to be fully untrue.
Meantime, Yemeni sources earlier today strongly rejected Riyadh’s reports that the Saudi-led aggression against Yemen has inflicted substantial losses on the military infrastructure of Ansarullah and taken a toll from among the revolutionary movement’s leaders.
“None of Ansarullah leaders and the movement’s strategic arms depots has been harmed during the Saudi-led airstrikes on Yemen,” an informed source told FNA.
The Yemeni source noted that only the houses of the people and some arms depots of Yemen’s army have been destroyed during the Saudi-led attacks so far.
Riyadh launched its airstrikes against Yemen on March 26 without a UN mandate. Saudi Arabia aims to undermine the Ansarullah popular fighters and restore power to fugitive President Mansour Hadi, who is a staunch ally of Riyadh.
Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
On April 21, Riyadh announced the end of its military operations, but airstrikes have continued with Saudi bombers targeting different areas across the country in a new phase.
The monarchy’s aerial bombardments have so far claimed the lives of at least 3,163 people, mostly women and children.