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Saudi-led forces to send "harsh response" to Yemen's Houthis over attacks

Reuters , Thursday 7 May 2015
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Saudi-led operation Spokesperson Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri. (Photo: AP)
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Saudi-led forces said on Thursday they would deliver a "harsh response" to Yemen's Houthi militias following attacks on Saudi citizens and will not be bound by any restrictions.

"The equation has now changed. The operation had been aimed at protecting the legitimacy in Yemen and the Yemeni people. The confrontation is now targeting the border of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the safety and security of Saudi cities," the spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition, Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri, said in a statement broadcast on live television.

"Coalition forces will deliver a harsh response starting this moment, so that those who carried out this operation will pay the price," he said, adding that there would be no boundaries to the response.

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aladdin, ALex
08-05-2015 04:33am
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Lost the Fight
It is sad to see what is happening in Yemen as extension to 1,300 years ancient hatred and war
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Khan
08-05-2015 01:51am
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How?
Houtis cancer need successfull opretion. Gulf not fighting only playing .must cut off as soon as possible this cancer enfection
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alatif
08-05-2015 12:03am
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HUMAN RIGHT IS THE KEY FOR PEACE
As long as Saudi Arabia and Iran reject Human right and do not treat people fairly, there is no peace and more innocent Arab people will be suffered and killed by their own guns. Also Arab's leaders reject God's commandment; Love your neighbor as you love your self----but if you keep biting, devouring, and then watch out you will be destroyed completely. So the key a permanent peace in the Middle East, or Arab countries is obeying Human Right and treat all people fairly. WHAT IS WRONG WITH ISLAM TODAY? Click Here! The Root of Conflict in Islam today is originated from the book of Hadith. Love is the seed of peace, happiness, and prosperity but hatred is the seed of the darkness, violence and poverty with my love
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Khan
07-05-2015 10:19pm
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How 20%shia become so strong?where were saudi before?why given them a chance to Enter sana and others citys?ground power full operation compalsary .all Hutis Enfection should be clean
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