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‘Houthis have very primitive minds, we could defeat them if we wanted’: Saudi academic – English subs

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In a recent programme on RT Arabic surrounding the Yemeni crisis, Saudi political communications scholar Dr Abdullah al-Assaf said that the Houthis with their ‘very primitive minds’ could not possibly be behind the UAV and ballistic missile attacks on Saudi Arabia in recent weeks and months.
Al-Assaf said that there must be experts from Hezbollah and Iran’s IRGC present in Yemen, and that these foreign experts are the ones launching these UAV and missile attacks.
The Saudi academic also said that the Saudi-led coalition could militarily wipe out the Houthis if it really wanted to, but ‘humanitarian obstacles’ prevent it from doing so.
Source: RT Arabic (YouTube)
Date: 1 July, 2019
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