The ISIS-affiliated Amaq Agency has published footage of ISIS terrorists combating the Yemeni Houthis militia.

Amaq Agency went onto claim that the jihadist fighters foiled a Houthis offensive in the Qifa area of central Bayda province.

The province is home to around 700,000 Yemenis and has be the site of intense clashes between the predominately Shi’ite Houthis and against the radical Islamist group.

ISIS announced on 13 November that 2014 a faction of the terrorist group was established in Yemen.

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Something is wrong with KSA – all including the Houti fight IS – while IS still receives funds from private donors from there.