Bad news has become a common theme in Saudi Arabia as of late; especially whenever the topic of the Yemeni War is discussed between military officials.

On Sunday morning in the Jizan region of Saudia Arabia, the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard – in coordination with their popular committees and the Houthis – imposed full control over the Old Town of Al-Khubah after the Saudi-led Coalition Forces retreated north in order to evade the Yemeni resistance fighters swarming their positions.

In addition to the capture of the Old Town in Al-Khubah, the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis seized the Saudi military base inside the aforementioned city in Saudi Arabia; this news left the Saudi military command in shock, especially after several soldiers surrendered to the Yemeni resistance fighters.

Earlier in the day, the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis imposed full control over the small villages of Shabakat and Mustahdath in the Al-Harith Governorate of the Jizan region of Saudi Arabia.

The Houthis and the Republican Guard have launched a massive offensive in the Jizan region of Saudi Arabia after the Saudi-led Coalition Forces reneged on their ceasefire agreement and launched several unprovoked airstrikes on the Yemeni Army’s defensive positions in southern Yemen.

 

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Young Tagalogon
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Young Tagalogon

The US should definitely support any group against the ISIS (I mean the Saudi’s). Wait, we are in bed with those Saudi (I mean ISIS) assholes.

Jorge Roshkov
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Jorge Roshkov

Well … what do you expect from a regime (supported by the biggest terrorist organisation on earth), which has to import people to clean up their s**t for them … and then stones them to death!!!!
About time they got some desserts!!!!