The Saudi-led Coalition suffered an embarrassing defeat at the village of Tabat in the Ta’iz Governorate on Friday after they attempted to advance against the Houthi and Saleh forces.

According to the Yemeni-based news channel “Al-Masirah TV”, the Saudi-led Coalition launched an attack to capture the village of Tabat in Ta’iz; however, their assault would end in disaster after the Houthi forces overwhelmed their units.

The Yemeni news channel confirmed the death of a large number of Saudi-led Coalition fighters at Tabat on Friday, marking another failed military campaign for the aforementioned party in Yemen.

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Georges Ben
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Georges Ben

Good news

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I’m not sure willing to back the Houthis as I don’t support more shia islamists than sunni islamists, but one thing is clear, Hadi tricked the constitution in order to become life-term president and was grooming his son to succeed him. So KSA is wrong : Hadi had to be ousted : after such acts which is nothing else than making Yemen a dictature, he wasn’t legitimate anymore!

Now, the reccurrent epic fails of KSA army are really impressive as KSA has the 3rd military budget on Earth and a 440k manpower professional army and moreover, very very well equiped…

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Mark Hayden

Yes tremendous financial forces against Houthi. The West might not do so well against Russia or DPRK. Money of West very effective at bribery .Not so effective at motivating fight to death.