BEIRUT ,LEBANON (8:25 A.M.) – The Houthi forces fired a ballistic missile at a Saudi military camp in the Najran region last night.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their rocket battalion fired a Badr-1 ballistic missile at a military camp in the Al-Wajib area of the Najran region.

Per usual, the Houthi forces claimed the missile hit its intended target, while the Saudi Ministry of Defense contrasted this by stating they had successfully intercepted the projectile.

No video footage or photos were released to corroborate either’s claim.

The Najran region is in the southern part of Saudi Arabia; it borders Yemen from its southern axis.

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Wishing the Houthis all the success against the Gulf coaliition of autocracies

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Iran is also an autocracy, actually a bizarre mix of military dictatorship, theocracy and kleptocracy. Houthis STARTED this war on the behalf of Khamenei’s mafia. If you’re really fair, you’re neutral about it : the two sides have some of the most disgusting slime you can find on Earth… Personally, I’m for deciding who wins through a direct fight between leaders! Put an ultimate-fighting cage on with bulletproof glass and Salman+Khamenei in, each with a suicide belt. When countdown hits the zero, both detonate, the survivor wins, the non surviving one gets a regime change, regime being replaced by secular… Read more »

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I hope Iran would intesify their help to the brave Houtis fighters – the fighters with zionist scum.

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Meanwhile, Iran is in 3rd week of truckdrivers strike, people are in the streets chanting “death to Khamenei, death to Rouhanni”, “Islam made us poor”, “Mullahs shall get lost”, “we want Reza Pahlavi”… How funny for a Russian to think this while the Qatar/Turkey/Iran alliance has a gas-pipeline on the table in order to sell nat-gas to the EU at prices that would make Russia bankrupt. Putin intervened in Syria to prevent such Qatari sales wit transit through KSA, Jordan, Syria and Turkey, not to save Bashar. With the new project on the table, it’d be even worst : if… Read more »