Video footage emerged of the Yemeni Republican Guard backed by the predominantly-Houthi Popular Mobilization Forces wreaking havoc on Saudi forces stationed on the outskirts of the provincial capital of Najran. Pictures taken by Yemenis inside Saudi Arabia show the intense proximity of the anti-Saudi Coalition forces to the densely-populated city of Najran.

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Shooresh Golzari
Shooresh Golzari
2016-08-14 15:54

Good to see them get a taste of their own medicine.

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kit
2016-08-14 16:16

Like I said in one of your most recent articles, what about the reports of dozens of Houthis being killed trying to enter Najran? Why the shameless propaganda with Yemen, always vague, unmapped wins but never, ever news of losses? It’s truly bizarre.

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2016-08-14 16:54
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Because nobody cares about Saudi successes. Entire world, even Saudis ‘allies’ want them to fail at everything always.

We all know they’re global terrorism ground zero.

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2016-08-14 17:30
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What a stupid comment. Like with Syria, like with the current action Aleppo, whether or not the SAA are winning, IT’S IMPORTANT TO KNOW WHAT’S GOING ON. If you’re told of only the successes and none of the losses, you’re going to think they’re doing amazingly well, when that may not be the case at all.

guest
guest
2016-08-14 18:09
Reply to  kit

shill get lost.
go to troll to your terorists web pages at CIA/MOSSAD.

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kit
2016-08-14 19:48
Reply to  guest

I’m pro-SAA you f*****g spastic. I’m a terrorist lover because I want accurate news? f**k off.

HenryB
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2016-08-14 20:21
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Soulless Living
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Soulless Living
2016-08-14 20:59
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also https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yemeni_Civil_War_(2015%E2%80%93present)#cite_note-41 houthi’s have between 400 and 500 housend (which is +/- just as much fighters as in Syria from all in total toghether) while hadi has a bit more then 35 thousends. + that Saudi kills 90% civilians so when they say they killed a thousend terrorist its only 100 fighters. to know who is winning I just look at the map on Wikipedia (who has a pro US bias) and I know what is going on and how it is changing and I see Hadi losing big from Houthi on the East and (alsow Saudi sponsored) al-qaeda from… Read more »

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kit
2016-08-17 20:07

So by your estimations, the Houthis outnumber their enemy between 12 and 15 to 1? And still are at basically a stalemate in most of the country? That doesn’t sound right.

guest
guest
2016-08-14 18:07

great Yemenis!
you have to pay back 13.000 dead Yemeni civilians.

RZ
RZ
2016-08-14 18:04

@leithfadel no f*****g way.let’s assume that Houthi are not clever but it is obvious Saudis are idiots enough 2 b targeted ✌✌

Daeshbags Sux
Daeshbags Sux
2016-08-14 20:02

Sound is re-made in studio. If you’re shooting an iranian-made TOW copy from 3/4 km, sound of the explosion takes 9 to 12 seconds to arrive. Voices are ALWAYS the same and clearly made during post-production.

Lavau
Lavau
2016-08-17 11:52

A h**l in a basaltic landscape.