Houthis Destroy Many Vehicles Of Saudi-led Coalition While Repelling New Attack In Northern Yemen (18+ Video)

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On January 2, the Houthis repelled a new attack by the Saudi-led coalition and its Yemeni proxies on their positions in the areas of Sbarin and Khaliftain in the northern Yemeni province of al-Jawf, according to the al-Masirah TV.

The Yemeni TV channel released a video showing how Houthi fighters destroyed more than ten vehicles of the coalition with anti-tank weapons and improvised explosive devices (IEDs). The video also shows the bodies of several Saudi-backed Yemeni fighters who were killed during the failed attack.

According to pro-Houthis sources, a former general in the Kuwaiti intelligence, who is currently working for the Saudi secret service, was killed in the attack.

The Saudi-led coalition and the Houthis stepped up their military operations in northern Yemen following the UN-sponsored ceasefire agreement, which was reached last month. While the agreement is seen as a positive first step, it is still limited to the western province of al-Hudaydah and the southwestern province of Tazi.

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  • Potato Potato

    Keep up the good work Houthis! Give those Zio-Wahhabis hell. :)

  • LR captain

    if the cease fire does hold (and Saudi’s don’t exploit it) The troops equipment that can be deployed to other areas. What happens when the Houthis start securing northern Yemeni border and pushes into central Yemen. then moves south towards Aden.

    The Saudis should have tried to finish the war as fast a possible. Every skirmish yields more dead mercs and more experienced houthis fighters and officers. To the point that they can now repelled attacks that contain a combined force of more than 10-16 vehicles and 30-45 infantry. such tactics were used at beginning of the offensive for the port city. Now they are no longer effective. the 3-5 tanks that are behind as fire support in such formations are no longer safe.

    Every month yields minor tech and equipment victories for the houthis. the planes of coalition are being shot down more and more frequent. The suicide drones that houthis are using are no longer being used as suicide drones but are now hunter drones being able to launch bombs then return to base. The houthis now have their own air force. the missile arsenals are also improving in terms of accuracy and numbers.

    i honestly think that if the Saudis ask for UN security zone in their country. The houthis will have another huge bargaining chip. Also if the UN security zone are established north east and south of houthis i would also consider that a win and such conditions on ground would lead to northern Yemen breaking away and forming their country.