BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The Houthi forces recently carried out a powerful attack that targeted a key mountaintop in the southern region of Saudi Arabia.

According to the Yemeni group, their troops stormed the Saudi Army’s positions at the Al-Doud Mountain in the kingdom’s Jizan province.

During the attack, the Houthi forces were reportedly able to overwhelm the Saudi Army troops, forcing them to abandon their posts in order to avoid being overrun.

The Houthi forces claimed that their troops were able to kill and wound at least ten Saudi Army soldiers before taking over the Al-Doud Mountain.

As shown in the footage below, the Houthi forces destroyed all of the captured Saudi Army vehicles, while confiscating the weapons left behind by the fleeing troops.

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Syria really owes these Yemenis. They engaged the Saudi invaders so that they can not focus on their HTS and ISIS groups in Syria after 2015. Saudis stuck in this war and they do not know how to get out. They need a fake victory and finish the war. Hodeida was the plan which was failed awfully.

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In fact, the Houthis did a coup on president Hadi and replaced him by Saleh who was Yemen’s dictator from 1990 to 2012 and even since 1978 for North-Yemen. Hadi called Saudis and UAE for help exactly like Assad called Russia. HTS (Nusra) are Qatar/Turkey proxies. The ISIS monster was created by Iran, not by Saudi-Arabia! ISIS was founded by Zarqawi (a Jordan who was Qaedan in Afgha) who was hiding in Iran until Quds-Force smuggled him to Iraq, he then formed the Iraqi Qaedan branch = ISIS, then under his Tehran masters’ order, acted more violently than AQ, broke… Read more »

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It seems that you forgot what Soleimani did for Bashar Asad in 2012-15 when everybody in the world considered him finished,,,

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Marib Province: Defeat of Hadi’s mercenaries. Dozens of dead and wounded, the rest has fled. 2 Tanks, 4+ armored cars, 12 or more transport vehicles. All destroyed. Confirmed published images.

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kudos to yemeni resistance fighters – total respect

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