Over the last few days the House of Saud has intensified the bombardment of Sanaa, Yemen’s capital city. This is in clear retaliation for Ansarullah’s crippling attack upon their coalition base in Mareb province to the east of Sanaa and to the south of the Al Jawf oil wells and gas reserves.
This footage was filmed in Sanaa two days ago. WARNING: distressed and terrified children may be heard during this video.
This bomb was described as a fission bomb: “
All existing nuclear weapons derive some of their explosive energy from nuclear fission reactions. Weapons whose explosive output is exclusively from fission reactions are commonly referred to as atomic bombs or atom bombs(abbreviated as A-bombs). This has long been noted as something of a misnomer, as their energy comes from the nucleus of the atom, just as it does with fusion weapons.”
However various analysts who watched the video gave their opinions:
“It looks like something burning, the way that magnesium or aluminium or phosphorus burns, and the sound and blast don’t seem to suggest something ‘nuclear’. ~ David M
“Having another look at the clip for Chossudovsky’s article, I notice a similarity with this recent explosion – in both cases there is a smallish and bright fireball which attracts the camera’s attention, and then about three seconds later in both cases the main explosion erupts. I also noticed the very evident bright pixels, which could only be due to particle radiation.
So it’s as they say – simply trying out some new weapons in the ‘theatre’, despite very little reason to do so – there aren’t any underground bunkers to destroy are there?” ~ David M
“It’s hard to gauge the size of the explosion, but a fuel-air AKA thermobaric bomb has a smaller initial explosion to disperse the material and then a second one to ignite it, resulting in a huge explosion that removes the oxygen in the area and creates an implosion that follows the explosion. They were used to suck all the oxygen out of the caves in Afghanistan. Hard to imagine the Saudis not wanting to use such toys.” ~ Paul Larudee
Today in Sanaa, this heartbreaking story is just coming to light. I cannot share the photograph as it is just shockingly horrific. This from Hanan al Harazi:
“This baby was delivered from his mother’s womb after she was murdered in a Saudi air strike today, he did not stand a chance of life. He was delivered dead and already mutilated by the Saudi bombs”
The Yemeni army and popular committees have announced that in a tactical maneuver of a special kind, they have taken over 4 Saudi military outposts in Dhahran in Aseer namely Qishba, Hassan, Faya and Sahwa. The battle that ensued resulted in the deaths of several Saudi soldiers. The Saudi inspection towers were bombed by the Yemeni army in all four outposts. Three weapons depots were destroyed as were17 armored vehicles.