The symphony of technical flaw cylinder Saudi Arabia has been repeating it to justify the fall of its aircraft participating in the aggression against the Yemeni people, whether on the fronts of the border or the internal frontiers. The Emirates, which have almost recovered from successive shocks to the fall of several of its planes during the past weeks and the injury of one of the sheikhs of this state until the plane crashed in Yemen to open a door of question about the fact the size of losses received by UAE forces on the ground compared to losses in the air, which is the point of superiority and the strongest link. The General Command of the UAE Armed Forces announced the death of pilot Ali Saeed Al-Mesmari and pilot Bader Yahya Mohammed Al-Marashdeh after their plane crashed during what they called the performance of their mission in the operations of the coalition forces to stand with the alleged legitimacy. As usual, the official UAE media only referred to the crash of the plane due a technical defect, without mentioning its type and place of fall. This is the same justification for the fall of an Emirati plane on September 11, during what they called the reconnaissance mission in the area of operations over the Red Sea, Second Lieutenant Sultan Mohammad Ali al-Naqbi was killed and another officer was killed. The operation was followed by two days of the announcement of the alliance of the death of a Saudi pilot, pilot Lieutenant Muhanna bin Saad al-Bayez, after the crash of a Saudi plane in the province of Abyan. In mid-August, an Apache plane was shot down at the Shabwa station. Four UAE officers were killed and others were wounded, including the brother-in-law of Abu Dhabi and the grandson of the founder of the United Arab Emirates Zayed bin Hamdan Saudi Arabia has announced the killing of 12 Saudi military after a Black Hawk fan crashed during the performance of its functions, according to a coalition statement in the eastern province of Marib on April 18. So five aircraft of the forces of aggression fell or dropped in Yemen and the result one during the past few months, three of them UAE and Saudi Arabia in all invoke the aggression or justified the fall of the technical imbalance, but at the same time reluctant to reflect the extent of embarrassing Alliance of aggression and attempts to avoid the concerns of companies manufactured for these aircraft Which is often the apache of the American industry, the fact that the repetition of Symphony in fall of technical failure hurt the reputation of companies and reduce the exposure of sales in the global arms market.

Dozens of Saudi-led coalition military aircraft in addition to hundreds of battle tanks and armored vehicles have been destroyed in the military campaign against Yemen as the Riyadh regime presses ahead with its atrocious airstrikes against its crisis-hit southern neighbor.

The Yemeni army, in a statement released on Sunday, announced that 37 aircraft plus more than 1,200 tanks and armored vehicles have been destroyed ever since the Saudi regime and its allies launched a devastating war on the country more than two and half years ago, Arabic-language al-Masirah television network reported.

Saudi Arabia and its regional allies also lost a dozen Boeing AH-64 Apache attack helicopters, five McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle and General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon warplanes plus more than 20 reconnaissance aircraft.

The statement added that ten warships, frigates and a number of gunboats were also destroyed in the Saudi-led military aggression.

Yemeni army soldiers and allied fighters from Popular Committees have also targeted and destroyed hundreds of command centers and border outposts in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern regions of Najran, Jizan and Assir.

The statement further noted that the Saudi-led war on Yemen has incurred huge fiscal losses on the Riyadh regime and its allies.

Sovereign wealth funds in the Saudi-led military alliance have been pulling money out of asset managers at a faster rate on record in order to finance the aggression against Yemen and cover arms expenditures.

Moreover, the Yemen war has resulted in a budget deficit of 15 percent of gross domestic product for Saudi Arabia, and decreased the volume of capital reserves from $737 billion to $437 billion.

The volume of Saudi Arabia’s military spending has also steadily increased to exceed $81 billion, making the oil-rich kingdom the world’s third largest military spender after the United States and China.

More than 12,000 people have been killed since the onset of Saudi Arabia’s military campaign against Yemen. Much of the Arabian Peninsula country’s infrastructure, including hospitals, schools and factories, has been reduced to rubble due to the war.

The Saudi-led war has also triggered a deadly cholera epidemic across Yemen.

According to the World Health Organization’s latest count, the cholera outbreak has killed 2,167 people since the end of April and is suspected to have infected 841,906.

On November 26, the United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) said that more than 11 million children in Yemen were in acute need of aid, stressing that it was estimated that every 10 minutes a child died of a preventable disease there.

Additionally, the UN has described the current level of hunger in Yemen as “unprecedented,” emphasizing that 17 million people are now food insecure in the country.

It added that 6.8 million, meaning almost one in four people, do not have enough food and rely entirely on external assistance.

A recent survey showed that almost one third of families had gaps in their diets, and hardly ever consumed foods like pulses, vegetables, fruit, dairy products or meat.

More than three million pregnant and nursing women and children under the age of five also need support to prevent or cure malnutrition.

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