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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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The collapse of the defense of Saudi-backed forces in the Yemeni province of al-Jawf seems to be much larger than it has been expected. The Houthis recently captured the provincial capital, al-Hazm, and are now developing their advance and further.

In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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In Photos: Houthis Captured Large Number Of Battle Tanks, Armoured Vehicles, Artillery From Saudi-backed Forces

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  • good american

    Thanks, Santa Arabia!

    • Zionism = EVIL

      General Yahya Sari of the Yemeni Special Forces who has very high level of credibility, today in his very lively press conference said that the Ansarallah and allied Yemeni military have captured enough armor and weaponry to arm three divisions. The areas the Ansarallah have liberated from the Emirati pimps and Saudi scum were the main logistics hubs for the Saudis and hold the largest ammo dumps that have all been captured.
      https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0b3cfec228bf3bebeda905fdbfc64afee0c0b9ca3c4028779ac488947aa411fd.jpg

  • Saudi Israelia makes the Austro-Hungarian Empire look like the Golden Horde or something.

    • Barba_Papa

      Have a heart, Austria Hungary at least won several wars and/or was on the side that won. Saudi Arabia has only lost wars on its own and clung to the winning side in Desert Storm.

      • That’s true, but I am used to thinking of the Empire in it’s terminal phase. Which all organisms, collective or otherwise, eventually reach.

        The poor Saudies never had their moment of martial glory, they just happened to win the oil lottery.

        • Barba_Papa

          In all fairness the Austro-Hungarians did occupy a very bad geo-strategic position. Stuck between Germany, Russia, Italy and that powderkeg called the Balkans all next to them. With the exception of Germany all their neighbors wanted to carve something out of their territory. And it didn’t help that Germany was cheerleading them into starting something stupid in the Balkans. The Empire was in crisis, but was it terminal, or did it suffer from just the worst kind of bad luck by being in the wrong place at the wrong time? I do get the impression that may of the countries that were part of the Empire now view it as very favorably, so maybe if it had managed to survive WW1 it might still be around today?

    • Al Balog

      If the Austro-Hungarian Empire still existed, we would kick Saudi’s @ss 😉👍.

  • swedish_viking

    Did the Saudi-backed forces leave by foot or bicycles ?

    • Furkan Sahin

      Saudi will lose soon in Taiz and Mocha

    • S Melanson

      First they drove their vehicles over to the Houthis, offering their vehicles and equipment in return for being driven to and dropped off at the nearest brothel.

    • Redadmiral

      Pine Boxes, I believe…..

    • Bru

      They left in the belly of stray dogs…

      • swedish_viking

        I thought it was the other way around in Asia but maybe not in that part of Asia.

    • George King

      Graves, could also be a possibly.

  • Garga

    In his talks with Al Masirah General Saree’ announced other good news too.

    Yemen Army’s missile force gave a good whooping to Saudis and the drone force conducted 54 operations, 33 of which against the Saudi “economic and military infrastructure”, deep in Saudi soil. He said the enemy cannot hide these drone strikes and their direct and indirect effects. He said they’ll announce the details of the operations in Saudi soil “in a suitable time”.

    The air defence managed to stop tens of Saudi aerial attacks and downed a jet.

    He said so far about 1,200 of the enemy’s mercenaries were killed and injured and some are captured. Yemeni commanders instructed their forces not to shoot at the fleeing enemy. Some of the mercenary commanders coordinated their withdrawal from the battlefield with Yemeni army by letting them know that they’re willing to cease hostilities and pull back; Yemeni army cooperated with them.

    Local tribes were a great help in the operations.

    He said for the next phase, one of the Yemeni army’s priorities will be the capture of any of mercenary commanders and officers, Yemeni or foreigner. They’ll reward anyone who helps in this regard.

    Link:

    https://www.almasirah.net/post/152580/%D9%85%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%AF%D8%AB-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%82%D9%88%D8%A7%D8%AA-%D8%A7%D9%84%D9%85%D8%B3%D9%84%D8%AD%D8%A9-%D9%8A%D9%83%D8%B4%D9%81-%D8%AA%D9%81%D8%A7%D8%B5%D9%8A%D9%84-%D8%B9%D9%85%D9%84%D9%8A%D8%A9-%D8%AA%D8%AD%D8%B1%D9%8A%D8%B1-%D9%85%D8%AD%D8%A7%D9%81%D8%B8%D8%A9-%D8%A7%D9%84%D8%AC%D9%88%D9%81

    • Duc Palatine

      Is all these gain in the east ongoing or relate to the success on videos of Saudi forces getting a battering from a few weeks ago?

      • Garga

        It’s an ongoing operation to liberate TWO provinces, one already done (Jawf, after liberation of it’s center al-Hazm a couple of days ago, except two counties) and the other (Ma’arib) in progress.
        With successful completion of this operation and with liberation of a noticeable part of Yemen, the north-south land resupply corridor of the Saudi terror coalition will be completely blocked (it’s already cut in several places, the road will be under Yemeni control if everything goes well).

        Hopefully, liberation of Ma’arib is near. That’s the reason the US directly sent it’s own forces to Yemen.

        • Ronald

          Any idea of how many the US sent into Yemen

          • Garga

            Al-Alam says -It’s from the day before yesterday- seems ~130 men and other equipment added to the ones entered in last week (450) and January.

            Last week 110 men plus 10 helicopters, 30 MRAPs and HUMVEEs and 4 patriot batteries went to other ports, including Balhaf and also to Shabwah.

            I’m sure they want to fight terrorism as they announced, not occupy Yemen directly because Saudis failed.

          • Ronald

            Thank you Garga, good information, although sad.
            I’ll reserve the right to disagree with your last sentence.

  • S Melanson

    Canada goes lockdown in 9 hours. About to head out into the northern hinterland to face lions and tigers and bears oh my!

    Administrative checklist for Houthi resupply:

    Review US and NATO member Military Hardware Menu Options, recognizable by the header – “Never has so much been paid for so much hype backed by so little substance by those with so much money (not for much longer) and so little brains.

    Houthi supply officer will review menu options and select by checking the box beside desired equipment.

    Once all equipment desired is checked off, distribute to front line commanders so they may conduct Houthi resupply missions by engaging Coalition forces in possession of desired equipment.

    Once engaged, the besieged Coalition forces vacate the area leaving behind desired equipment fully intact as a ‘donation’.
    Houthi forces may take possession of equipment.

    Houthi frontline commanders are encouraged to send Coalition commanders at Ronald McDonalds Playhouse and Coalition HQ a courtesy note to let them know their generous donations to the Houthi cause gratefully accepted.

    • Someone might get the idea that the Saudies were intentionally supplying the Fremeni Houthies.

      Not that I believe that, but there was an interesting parallel with the west being accused of deliberately funneling arms to ISIS by way of staged defeats.

      • S Melanson

        Interesting point. I can believe it.

      • Concrete Mike

        Yes there is a General innthe yemeni army called Paul Al Atreides, keep an eye on this one.

  • Pave Way IV

    Houthi soldier: “What should we do with all this crap? There’s no room left for any of it in Yemen.”
    Commander: “Damn… I don’t know… I guess we have to take our stolen Jizan province back from the Saudis. They know we have limited parking space for these vehicles in Yemen. No choice now – we’ll have to repatriate Jizan just to open a boneyard for their MRAPs. Hose everything off with bleach, first – you know how filthy those Saudis are. I don’t want anyone getting coronavirus.”

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d9a8bd9196eb5e1e1b9bc8088d8d266bf09d68836c3a09cb6447178131db04a5.jpg

  • Assad must stay

    Keep going houthis all the way to mbs house :))))

  • Duc Palatine

    Hope that US made equipment doent slow down the famous Houthi mountain men.

  • josh

    from a point and then i think Houthis they will be confused with what gonna do all these captures :)))

  • goingbrokes

    Wow, that’s a mind-boggling amount of gear.