The Houthi-Saleh alliance has managed to kill a number of Saudi mercenaries in a fresh series of attacks in Yemen.
The Houthi-Saleh alliance has carried out a series of fresh operations against Saudi mercenaries, operating on the territory of Yemen, the Al Masirah TV-channel reported, citing its own unnamed military sources.
According to the TV-channel’s source, on Wednesday, the Houthi-Saleh forces managed to mop up a territory, located between the Alib mountains and Najran’s Green Port area, from Saudi fighters. The source noted that the operation was started the last night and lasted until the today’s dawn.
Reportedly, a large number of Saudi mercenaries were killed and wounded in the attack. Houthi-Saleh fighters also managed to capture a number of Saudi soldiers, as well as a large number of their weapons.
At the same time, artillery and missile units of the alliance’s forces continued their attacks on positions and gatherings of Saudi troops in Najran province.
According to a military source of Al Masirah, the Houthi-Saleh alliance launched a missile from the Uragan self-propelled multiple rocket launcher system, targeting a military camp of the Saudi National Guard. As a result, the camp was destroyed. Meanwhile, other positions of Saudi mercenaries were struck with the Katyusha multiple rocket launchers. The source stressed that all the alliance’s artillery strikes directly hit the targets, damaging and destroying them.
Also on Wednesday, Houthi-Saleh fighters launched an attack on Saudi military vehicles in the Yemeni governorate of Al Jawf, located in the northeastern part of the country. As a result, all the mercenaries, who were in the vehicles, moving from the area of Alkhalifan directorate to Sha’af district, were killed.
On Sunday, the Houthi-Saleh alliance also managed to kill a number of Saudi fighters during storming of Saudi positions in the valley of Hoaq Directorate, located in Al Jawf province.
May God bless these valiant warriors in their fight against the imperial House of Saud and their allies.