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    Iran: Yemen "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia and the kingdom pays a heavy price

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     Iran: Yemen "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia and the kingdom pays a heavy price Empty Iran: Yemen "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia and the kingdom pays a heavy price

    Post by Rocky Thu 21 Dec 2017, 4:04 am


     Iran: Yemen "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia and the kingdom pays a heavy price

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     Iran: Yemen "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia and the kingdom pays a heavy price 20161217_095746
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    The Supreme Leader of Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Akbar Velayati said that Yemen has turned into a "Vietnam" for Saudi Arabia, pointing out that the kingdom is paying a heavy price for its policy in this country.
    In an exclusive interview with Iran's Al-Alam television channel, Velayati denied accusations against Iran of supplying missiles and other types of weapons to the Houthis in Yemen. "We are not worried about providing us with weapons or arming Syria, "The aim is to stand up in a sympathetic manner and terrorism, as we seek to provide humanitarian aid to Yemen and political support for it. As for the missiles, Iran has not provided Yemen with them at all."
    "The Yemenis do not need them, they have been able to stand up to the Saudis with the means available to them, and they are winning them with the same possibilities. Yemen has hundreds of thousands of armed individuals from the Houthis and their allies. In addition, the Saudis can continue to fight and fight to a certain extent, .
    "Yemen has now turned into Vietnam for Saudi Arabia, as happened to the Americans who lost the war in Vietnam, with all these enormous potentials and forces of more than 6,000 troops. They retreated from this country and Southeast Asia after they were defeated and slapped there," the official said. "He said.
    "For three years now, the Saudis have been changing Yemen and paying a heavy price. So their budget has been so clearly deficit that they started taking bribes from the princes who were taken hostage," he said. They extorted them, but they will not be able to continue this policy until the end. "
    "The Saudis are not stronger than the Americans who fought in Vietnam, and the Yemenis are weaker than the Vietnamese and the Vittings," Velayati said. "Naturally, the outcome of this war is the victory of the Muslim Yemeni people."


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