BEIRUT, LEBANON (11:45 P.M.) – The Houthi forces carried out a daring operation this week inside a Sudanese military camp in southern Saudi Arabia.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their fighters slipped past the Saudi Coalition’s lines in the Najran region, making their way to the Sudanese military camp where they posted up for an ambush.

Once they positioned themselves, they waited for the Sudanese soldiers to leave the base before they carried out a powerful ambush that resulted in at least four casualties.

In addition to the casualties, the Houthi forces also managed to destroy one pick-up truck, while also damaging another.

Below is the footage of the attack:

Once the ambush was complete, the Houthi fighters slipped back to their lines safely.

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Daeshbags Sux
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A very strange point : Sudan has its parliament TOTALLY under control of the Muslim Brotherhood (323 seats on 354) while MB is banned in KSA, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain (also in Syria and Russia… And should be so everywhere)…

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Here, the poor Sudanese are mercenaries for the rich Saudi Arabians and Emiratis fighting the poor Yemenis in that last one’s country???