BEIRUT, LEBANON (5:15 P.M) – On Thursday, the UAE-backed Southern Resistance Army and their allies from the Yemeni Republican Guard launched a large-scale offensive in the central Yemen province of Al-Bayda.

Backed by heavy airstrikes from the Arab Coalition, the Southern Resistance Army stormed the Houthi-held Al-Malajeem area, resulting in a fierce battle that is still ongoing at the moment.

The Southern Resistance Army would then strike the Qanuwa front in a bid to weaken the Houthi resolve around the provincial capital of Al-Bayda.

However, the offensive by the UAE-backed forces would ultimately end in failure after 48 hours of intense fighting with the Houthi fighters in this central Yemen province.

According to pro-Houthi media, their forces managed to repel the advance by the UAE-backed troops, while also inflicting heavy casualties in the ranks of the Southern Resistance Army and their allies.

The Houthi forces were reportedly able to secure the Qunuwa and Malajeem areas after the UAE-backed troops retreated from these fronts.

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Ibrahim
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Kkkkkk…. You’re saying U.A.E backed yameni forces and their allies what kind of support that UAE gave these rebels… Nothing but UAE is a crocodile that eats everything even dead birds yeah so I don’t think the so-called Arab coalition can change anything unless they worse and the reality is that anyone who expects a fruitful progress such nations like UAE or US indeed they are waiting like the palm to produce hair………..

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The BBC in Arabic publishes a photo from inside the airport of Abu Dhabi where you can see the smoke left by the (5) bombs dropped from the Yemeni drone “Asmad 3” with a range of up to 1500 km. Local authorities consider the incident the result of the fire of a fuel supply truck. In Yemen “the incident” provoked widespread celebrations

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So there are “heavy air-strikes from the Arab Coalition” while Houthis are “inflicting heavy casualties in the ranks of the Southern Resistance Army and their allies”… Err… Whatabout Houthi casualties? Look at the effect of cluster bombs : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScmfbOwRreU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_HNP3qO03c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZE-UoigCiM And here we have EFP cluster bomb especially designed to demolish entire armoured columns: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CY9gojFu-_U One won’t make me believe that Houthis+Yemeni Republican Guard don’t take very severe hits while fighting under “heavy air strikes” and, if they are so successful, why didn’t the frontlines moved in their favour for MONTHS? Why do they claim about attacks that actually… Read more »

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Hey idiot your wahhabi friends are indeed getting their asses kicked get over it you delusional k**e.