The Houthi forces, alongside the Yemeni Republican Guard, reportedly captured the Dhabi Abous Military Camp on Friday morning after a violent battle with the Hadi loyalists inside the Haifan District of the Ta’iz Governorate.

The capture of the Dhabi Abou Camp comes just days after the Hadi loyalists failed to advance inside the Dhubab District of Ta’iz, paving the way for a Houthi counter-offensive.

Saudi warplanes have launched a number of airstrikes in the Ta’iz Governorate to forestall the Houthi advance; however, this has failed to yield any significant results.

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Keep it up! Humiliate the Saudis!

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If there weren’t people dying, it would be hilarious : KSA has a very well equipped air-force that even could be a serious threat for many countries. Well, it must be because, in 1993, the most prominent saudi cleric said the Earths was flat thus, anybody contesting it being an apostate, is would be sentenced to death in KSA. Considering this, all their maps can only be wrong and the more you’re away from Mecca, the more you miss your target. On paper, KSA-AF should even be able to beat the IAF (well, not over Israel : they have probably… Read more »