China’s Xinhua News has reported that more than 5,000 Yemeni fighters have been recruited by the Saudi regime from Aden and other areas of southern Yemen.

This new fighting force will be trained to fight alongside Saudi border guards who are finding it difficult from stopping Houthi forces penetrating from northern Yemen into Saudi Arabia’s southern Najran province.

The newly-recruited fighters will most likely be operating along the Najran Saudi-Yemeni border.

Xinhua News also reported that the first 350 recruited fighters have already left Aden to an Eritrean island enroute to Saudi Arabia.

 

 

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Henry
Henry
2016-08-28 20:57

Less problems when ta king Aden.

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-08-28 21:22

We will end having more respect (or not) for saudians in al-Qaeda than for the regime : at least they had the courage to blow themselves in planes… But no more because they were mofos too…

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xxxxxxx
2016-08-28 21:04

They learn a lot from the us contractors How to lose a war And traine new houtis fighters. Flip flop fighters are the best.

Faishal Hassan Ali Fawwaz
Faishal Hassan Ali Fawwaz
2016-08-28 22:38

even saudi recruit up to 1 million people the result will be the same

BraveNewWorld
BraveNewWorld
2016-08-29 00:08

These would be the same Yemini that the Saudis had working for them in Yemen, they would have just relocated to KSA territory for better cash. But now there are 5000 fewer of them inYemin fighting against the Houthi. More a sign of how worried the Saudis are than any thing else.

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ChristianUSA
2016-08-29 02:30

Traitors.

Lee Jay Walker
Lee Jay Walker
2016-08-29 07:17

Traitors are two a penny, from Yemen to Merkel to Dhimmi Pope ….