BEIRUT, LEBANON () – Houthi rebels have engaged and destroyed a US-built Humvee military truck belonging to Saudi regime forces in northern Yemen.

Yesterday, a Houthi rebel anti-tank team hunting for Saudi Army targets in highlands of northern Yemen’s Sirwah region spotted a Humvee belonging to regime forces.

The Houthi tank hunters engaged the Saudi military truck with a 9K111 Fagot anti-tank guided missile, scoring and direct hit and completely obliterating it.

According to Houthi sources, the missile strike not only destroyed the Saudi Humvee, but also killed at least two regime troops who – going by the video – appear to have been completely blown up.

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A deserving fate for invading forces in the Yemen.
My sympathies rather go to the people of Yemen who have to put up with the American/British backed Saudis and their lackies.


hope similar images are recorded by the Lebanese resistance in a future war in lebanon (or ‘further south’) damn am i tired of seeing the same pictures of burning merkhavas.