BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:30 P.M.) – The Ansarallah forces launched a large-scale attack inside the Asir region of Saudi Arabia this week, targeting a number of sites under the control of the Saudi-led Coalition.

According to the offical media wing of the Ansarallah forces, their troops stormed the Majazah al-Sharqiyah area, where they later captured a number of points from the Saudi-led Coalition.

The entire operation was captured on film by their official media wing (video below):

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William mcdonagh
William mcdonagh
2019-08-22 06:25

That really cheered me up,so nice to see Yemen get payback for all the innocent Yemenis that have been killed by Saudi airstrikes.if the Saudis had any sense they would mutiny on their crown prince Zionist Anglo puppet.

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2019-08-28 04:17

They can’t fight. The Saudis have become very reliant on mercenaries.

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2019-08-22 13:33

Excellent! The Saudis who are hoping to exert their Sunni supremacy over one of the poorest countries in the world, the Yemen, getting blowback from their “Vietnam”. May it continue to drain the reprobate Saudis for years to come.

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2019-08-24 18:01

Iran’s proxies can’t stop deploying random ballistic missiles on Saudi Arabia.The UN should therefore take immediate action to deal with the attack against Riyadh to prevent recurrence of similar attacks

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2019-08-24 18:02

I think Saudi Arabia has the absolute right to defend its self from Houthis and their random missiles which target residential areas.

Bond, James
Bond, James
2019-08-22 04:16

Ansarallah terrorists are supported by US-Zionist conspirators. US is doing same thing in Iraq, Syria, and Libya where terrorists are receiving aid from US. US policy against Arab
world is divide and conquer. Will it work.

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2019-08-22 13:34
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You’re obviously not reading the news about who is backing whom in this conflict.

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2019-08-22 20:24
Reply to  Bond, James

Para escribir antes tienes que leer un poco de historia. Los Houtis siempre gritan consignas contra EE.UU. e Israel…. Investiga Por qué?