DAMASCUS, SYRIA (2:40 A.M.) – On Wednesday, Houthi snipers inflicted a deadly toll upon the Royal Saudi Land Forces (KSA) on the northern outskirts of Hajjar province, a coastal region in northwestern Yemen.
Two videos published by the Yemeni Army’s media wing depict six KSA soldiers being hit by Houthi sharpshooters near the Al-Khadraa border crossing, not far from the embattled town of Midi:
Across the northern border, two Saudi vehicles were hit by anti-tank missiles on Tuesday after Yemeni fighters attacked the Ujbah military base.
Back in 2015, Saudi Arabia deployed 100 warplanes and some 150,000 soldiers to Yemen in a bid to quell the Houthi-led uprising. In response, Yemeni fighters loyal to the Sanaa-based government invaded three southern provinces of Saudi Arabia.