Developments in the field of the Yemen show clashes spread in the strategic Taiz, Ibb, Al Jawf and Marib. These cities are not far from the capital and Forces of Mansour Hadi since yet have faced widespread opposition of Ansarollah forces. In fact, while forces loyal to Mansour Hadi can take control on some parts of the south of this country, but their advance toward the north of the country is slower than what was predicted so the possibility of spreading and contagion is out of mind. Therefore, capturing the capital or even thinking about it is more a propaganda and psychological operation until a real action.
There are different reasons for disability to occupy the capital and the failure of the opposition Ansarollah, which some of them is pointed:
Northern tribes' absolute support of Ansarollah: In the northern parts of Yemen, more tribes because felt closest and religious are agree with this group. It is very hard for forces loyal to Sanaa Mansour Hadi to advance towards Sanaa because as they come toward Sanaa and north parts of Yemen they will face more with the axis of Ansarollah movement and by the presence of them, they will be in a bloody city war.
Saleh support from Ansarollah: Certainly, Ali Abdullah Saleh, is called as the most powerful and influential character of Yemen. He governs Yemen for three dedicates and major security and military forces in this country are loyal to him.
In fact, the reason of dividing the Yemen army and the loyalty that most of them show to Ansarollah movement and lack of commitment towards Mansour Hadi is Ali Abdullah Saleh's recent alliance with Ansarollah, not Ansarollah thoughts.
Power and influence of Saleh in Yemen is so much that make the Saudis during recent months to try hard to make situation ready to attract Saleh opinion to them, but they have not succeeded yet.
Differences in the opposition Ansarollah: Looking at the armed groups that are opposite with Ansarollah including Muslim brotherhoods currents, southern separatists, loyal to Mansour Hadi, Salafists, al-Qaeda and leftists shows that the only common denominator among them is opposition to Ansarollah. Surely if Hadi overcomes to the south, the gap between the parties will become evident. Therefore, despite his will to rule over all Yemen, not only southern separatists will be unwilling to be participating in the attack in Sanaa, but also they are trying to make autonomous region in the south of Yemen. It is the point that will make the basis of the gap between allies.