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Houthis Repel New Saudi-led Coalition Attack In Dali’ (Video)


On July 18, the Houthis repelled yet another attack by the Saudi-led coalition and its proxies on their positions in the central Yemeni province of Dali’.

The Yemeni group’s media wing released a video showing Houthi fighters defending their positions in the district of Qa’tabah, in the heart of Dali. The fighters can be seen targeting Saudi-backed forces with recoilless rifles and heavy machine guns.

Saudi-led coalition warplanes supported the failed attack by conducting several airstrikes on the Houthis’ positions in Qa’tabah. However, the airstrikes were ineffective.

Earlier this year, the Houthis captured a large part of Dali’ in the course of a large-scale military operation. Since then, the Saudi-led coalition and its local allies has been attempting to push the Houthis out of the province, with little to no success.

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  • Hisham Saber

    Imagine what it would be like to be fighting with the Houthi’s. Just stoned on ‘ ghat ‘, and hunting down Sudanese mercenaries and traitorous Hadi allied forces.

    These no-nonsense, bareboned, hardcore, lethal and organized fighters, wearing tablecloths and sandals are giving Saudi Arabia a thorough ass kicking, And Saudi Arabia is being extensively helped by the U.S., Britain and France.

    And Saudi Arabia is among the top buyers of weaponry on the planet, is already massively weaponized as is.

    Saudi Arabia are already dreaming they never attacked Yemen’s Houthi’s, or meddled in the affairs of that country. I believe the Houthi’s have many surprises in store, and the long reach of their ballistic missiles is quite long.

  • Cook

    When will the saudis just give it up already?

  • Icarus Tanović

    Forever with Yemeni brothers agains zio-wahhabi-usa evil.
    Saudis are already stucked in there and doesn’t know what to do.

  • Assad must stay (gr8rambino)

    Snapping necks and cashing checks as usual houthis :)