One day after sending hundreds of Bahraini soldiers to fight the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis in southern Yemen, the Saudi-led Coalition Forces have called on more foreign mercenaries to do their bidding against an enemy they underestimated.

According to Yemeni field journalists, hundreds of mercenaries from the Sudan and Mauritania arrived in the Yemeni port-city of Aden in order to succor the Saudi-led Coalition Forces and the Hadi loyalists that are attempting to retake several military sites in southern Yemen.

The Sudanese are no stranger to this war; they have been used as cannon fodder by the Saudi-led Coalition in order to protect the lives of the Saudi, Emirati, and Qatari regime soldiers that do very little fighting along the southern Yemen front.

Adding to the plight of the Saudi-led Coalition Forces, 5 soldiers from the Bahraini regime’s army were reportedly killed during clashes with the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis on Thursday morning near the strategic city of Ta’iz.

In addition to the heavy fighting in southern Yemen, the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis pounded the Jizan Region of Saudi Arabia with relentless mortar shells and rockets, while the Saudi-led Coalition Forces sustained heavy casualties in the process.

 

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Praise Goddd!!! for this wonderful news of successes for the Yemenis! May God grant them many, many more until they have taken over Riyadh!!!!