Yemeni Soldiers Win Back Several Military Sites in Taiz, Kill Dozens of Pro-Saudi Fighters in Sana’a

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The Houthi-Saleh alliance recaptured several Saudi military centers in the province of Taiz, as well as killed tens of pro-Saudi fighters in the southern part of Sana’a.

Yemeni Soldiers Win Back Several Military Sites in Taiz, Kill Dozens of Pro-Saudi Fighters in Sana'a

Several military centers in the province of Taiz were recaptured by the Houthi-Saleh alliance, which also killed tens of pro-Saudi fighters in the southern part of Sana’a.

“The Yemeni forces took full control of several military centers in the central and eastern parts of Taiz province,” the Fars news agency quoted the words of Senior Ansarullah Commander, Hossein al-Houthi.

According to the Ansarullah Commander, a large amount of Saudi-made weapons and ammunition was also confiscated by the Yemeni Army and the Popular Forces during their military operations in the province of Taiz.

Al-Houthi also noted that tens of pro-Saudi fighters were killed and wounded by the alliance in the Saudi Arabia’s southwestern region of Jizan on Sunday. At least five Saudi soldiers were killed and ten more were wounded in the fighting in the region to the South of Sana’a.

Meanwhile, artillery attacks were launched by Yemeni fighters on Saudi Arabia’s al-Mousem military base in the province of Jizan.

Also on Sunday, the alliance struck the Savila strategic airbase of Saudi Arabia in Dhahran region with the Zalzal-3 ballistic missile. According to unnamed local sources of the Fars news agency, Saudi personnel and military equipment suffered heavy losses.

At the same time, military positions of the Saudi Army were attacked by Yemeni soldiers and their allies in the southern parts of the kingdom. The Houthi-Saleh forces launched a missile attack on Saudi troops in the province of Najran. As result, at least 60 Saudi fighters were killed and more than 70 others were wounded, while their military hardware and vehicles were destroyed.

On Saturday, more than 40 Saudi soldiers were killed by Yemeni fighters during an ambush operation near al-Baqa border in Najran province. A large number of Saudi military hardware was also destroyed in the attack.

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  • trid2bnrml

    Boy, it’s just been a bad week for terrorists everywhere…

    • hhabana

      Looks like the Wahhabi Allah, whom the Saudi elite worship, has turned his back on the Saudi’s. Fucking good! I will say that I hate to see young men of any country die for their government’s ignorance and deception.

  • Aquartertoseven

    More Al Manar style hear’say, propaganda; meaningless words because we’re denied maps to show us what’s going on.