BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:00 P.M.) – The Houthi forces scored a new advance inside of Saudi Arabia this past weekend, as their troops seized a military base in the Asir Province.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their troops captured at least military bases during a powerful attack along the Yemeni-Saudi border.

The Houthi forces also captured four military centers after they overran the Saudi Army’s defenses in southern Asir.

In addition to their advance in the Asir Province, the Houthi forces also launched a new offensive inside Yemen’s Hajjah Governorate.

The Houthi forces are attempting to retake the Hajjah-Saudi border, which was mostly lost during a large-scale offensive by the Saudi Coalition troops earlier this year.

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n.md.148
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n.md.148

what a very amazing mahdi nation, the houthis have become, God bless each one of them.

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Oh, that’s what they say! If you listen to them, they’re continuously winning, when you look at the map of the areas they have in control, from the half of the country in 2015, it has shrunk to only the sixth… They’re contained and are being bled from all sides, slowly but surely. Moreover, it’s very practical for training purposes since they will have, by doing rolls, their armies fully trained at countering HezboLARD and IRGC assymetric warfare tactics+strategy and, as for Russians or CJTF/OIR in Syria/Iraq, Saudis/Emiratis don’t show what they’re really capable of… By switching to intensive warfare… Read more »

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F*ckoff

The Houthis rock!!!!! Long live the Houthis!!!