Why do the people trust victory in every front that giants intervene in?

English - السبت 08 يناير 2022 الساعة 04:46 م
Aden, NewsYemen, special:

Since the forces of the Southern Giants announced their departure to Shabwa Governorate to recover the three Baihan districts from the grip of the Houthi militias, there has been popular confidence in the victory of these forces.

The battles to liberate the districts of Bayhan began on Saturday morning, and during the first hours of the battle, the giants took control of the strategic center of the Usaylan and Jabal bin Aqil districts.

Despite the Houthi militias sending large forces and laying mines, the giants managed within 6 days to reach the center of the city of Baihan, or the so-called Al-Alia, and expelled the Houthi militias to the borders of Al-Bayda governorate.

The sincerity, determination, management and confidence of the alliance and the thirst of the giants’ forces was the first reason for the victory in Beihan and on all the fronts the force entered, unlike the forces on some fronts, especially in the northern regions led by leaders known for failure, corruption and betrayals.

A member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, Salem Thabet Al-Awlaki, said in his tweet, "From the beginning, we were certain of victory on the Bayhan fronts in a record time.  The fields of the south, from Al-Dhalea to Aden, to Al-Mandab and all the way to Bayhan.

Al-Awlaki concluded, "Glory to the hurricane of the south, its men and giants."

Regarding confidence in victory, writer Muhammad Habtoor says, “We did not doubt, even by 1%, the inevitability of victory and liberation for the districts of Bayhan.  He thought he could sell it.

The battles of the giants in Bayhan revealed the fragility of the Houthi militia when it faced honest and patriotic forces and sought victories.

A member of the negotiating delegation of the Transitional Council, Anis Al-Sharafi, said that the victories of Shabwa at the hands of the southern giants and the support of the Arab coalition and its air support proved the fragility of the Houthi militia.

Al-Sharafi pointed out, "These victories also proved that the so-called National Army was not responsible, and did not resist the Houthis, but rather failed the coalition and drained it to no avail."