Reports have emerged that the Saudi regime have brought 400 mercenaries from Aden and Hadhramaut in Yemen’s south to fight against Houthi forces who are currently advancing in Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran province.

It was reported that the mercenary fighters were brought by fast boat to immediately engage Houthi forces who have reached the outskirts of Najran city and the strategic Najran dam.

Despite Saudi aggression in Yemen that has targeted civilian infrastructure, the Houthis have led a successful insurgency penetrating into Saudi Arabia proper and threatening to take over the city of Najran.

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Naem Rasam
Naem Rasam
2016-08-28 20:30

these saud dajjals will stop at nothing to make sure they dont relinquish power in hijaz but they are still going to be defeated and suffer the same fate as saddam, no matter what they do or try

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2016-08-28 23:59
Reply to  Naem Rasam

Don’t compare them to Saddam. Saddam was against zionism. Saudi is not.

Rahwal
Rahwal
2016-08-29 05:54
Reply to  Unknown

Saddam was against anything. Saudis only now are warming up to the zionists because the zionists can help them, as they are helping Jordan and as they are helping Egypt. But really Saudis are against zionism as they are against Western values – as demonstrated by the Sep 11, 2001 attack, perpetrated by Saudis on foreign soil.

guest
guest
2016-08-29 13:59
Reply to  Rahwal

why are 14 of the hijackers still alive? If they have done it, they should be dead by now.
Simple. Mossad and CIA have stolen saudi identity, some saudis have been setup as patsies and the rest is done by mass media. Now you believe, that 19 saudis have been on the planes…..

Dr Shahid
Dr Shahid
2016-08-28 20:21

Pakistan Army Coming Soon

Tahira Noor
Tahira Noor
2016-08-29 01:27
Reply to  Dr Shahid

@Dr.Shahid, of course Pakistan Army too is another Saudi Mercenary in legitimate uniform. Dont know when the civilized world will understand the relationship between the two.

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Blackhawk047
2016-08-29 00:54

Houthies are going to wipe them out. Like the ones Mark Prince send before.

jojo
jojo
2016-08-29 02:27

I think they should join with the Houthis and take over Saudi Arabia and free the Saudi people from that evil regime.