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Saudi airstrike off Hudaydah coast leaves 13 Yemeni fishermen dead
Yemen: Saudi allies attack graduation ceremony at military academy
Houthi firing on Amaliqa MRAPs in Durayhimi.
Man the implications of this are fascinating to think about. Let's say Hadi sides with the STC push for legit southern state gains support. The Saudi's still don't want a "Iranian Proxy" group on their southern border. But can they continue the fight without the guise of proping up the Hadi goverment?
Hadi will never side with STC or vice versa its not gonna happen. If STC pulls out of fronts vs the Houthis to reinforce the south then the coalition is screwed
I don’t think that Hadi would choose to side with the STC over his coalition backers. I’ve been seeing rumors about the STC being unhappy for a couple off months now. Hadi’s return to Aden from Riyadh seems be him trying to shore up local support. I’m just speculating but if Hadi’s backers started losing faith in him or the mission it’s not far leap for him to lend his legitimacy to the STC to stay in power or not dead. It wasn’t to long ago that UAE convinced KSA to try and flip Saleh and his GPC. So…yeah.
without Saudi support Hadi is a dead man and they wont let him back the STC period. Not to mention Hadi was Salehs defense minister when North Yemen attacked the South and the STC has never forgot that. STC has a better chance of teaming up with the Houthis to oust Hadi then vice versa.