Sanaa, Yemen (6:00 P.M.) – The Houthi forces are now at the doorsteps of the strategic Najran Dam after capturing several sites from the exhausted Saudi Royal Army in the Najran Valley of Saudi Arabia.

With the Houthi forces on the brink of seizing the Najran Dam, the Saudi Army finds itself in serious trouble inside their own country, as the anti-government units continue the onslaught that allowed them to seize much of the Saudi-Yemeni border.

Making matters worse for the KSA’s armed forces, the Saudi-whistleblower on Twitter “Mujtahidd” announced on Tuesday that an apache helicopter crashed while attacking the Houthi forces.

The Saudi Ministry of Defense has not commented on this rumor; however, they have rarely discussed the ongoing military operations in Najran with the public.

 

 

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Richard Hedditch
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Richard Hedditch

Destroy the Saudis.

Kamal Azura Ali
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Kamal Azura Ali

Yessssss..liberate mecca and medina from juj makjuj.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Make al-Masjdi al-Haram a giant nightclub and let women wear mini skirts in the streets 🙂

Azam khan Khan
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Azam khan Khan

You say because you are born from your mothers a*s not from right place you mother f****r and let your mom and sisters andvwife walk naked on street

Hugues Nadohou
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Hugues Nadohou

Good Very Good

Horace Cunningham
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Horace Cunningham

l***o

أبو فيصل
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أبو فيصل

@Saudi_Bodyguard why can’t you say that you are a Shia Iranian tool like the rest????

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Blow it out your a*s pissraeli tool.

UNCLE HARD
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UNCLE HARD

@leithfadel AYDEH GOOD JOB

jojo
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jojo

Will this encourage an uprising of those in Saudi Arabia against their government?

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Mariana Hussein
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Mariana Hussein

Alhamdulillah ! go houthis, my heros <3

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Wait until they make you wear the burqa… Yeeep, same fashionstyle in Yemen as in KSA…

Tom Wiesmore
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Tom Wiesmore

This is a benefit to everyone. If they keep this up, the Saudis will have to pull out of Syria to fight them off, and when they fail, Assad will have another strong ally: The Yemeni government under the control of the Houthis.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

The saudi army ain’t in Syria.

ChristianUSA
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ChristianUSA

If they capture the dam then maybe it’s time for a trade. Leave our country or boom, you have to rebuild the dam.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

The problem is not so the dam if they kaboom it, it’s Najran city under… this wouldn’t be a war crime but a crime against humanity. Cutting the dam’s regulated water supply and the electricity supply would be strategically more interesting… They even could build a HQ on the dam and boobytrap it with tons of explosives, so if saudis try even a very light strike with a Cirit or APKWS guided rocket (less than the third to sixth load of a Hellfire missile!) then the dam goes really boom and the saudis would be accused (exactly as Hamas does… Read more »

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Andrew

Excellent work.

anony
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anony

this is what the Bahrainis need to do as well , take up arms and eliminate those coward Saudi scum that are oppressing them

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

The problem is that they’d need something like YPG first : in case of a power vacuum, the extremists always fill it.
Something like YPG would be great for the mid-east : they practice true democracy, the Rojava constitution is based on the swiss model. Representative democracy has lotsa more issues.

Abdulla Elmi
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Abdulla Elmi

It’s offensive to call it only Houthi, It’s Yemen and Yemeni army fighting Saudis.

nandy
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nandy

The saudis had financed and sponsored 9/11 attackers which had killed almost 3000 innocent American lives.So, why Americans are still dumped backing saudi forces in yemen?

Dow Jones
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Dow Jones

The crypt of Saud is burning. It looks like all of USSA’S butchers are being dispatched simultaneously. Soon occupied apartheid Palestine will be free of the scourge of the anglozionazi disease.