BEIRUT, LEBANON (3:40 P.M.) – The Houthi forces carried out a heavy ambush against a group of Saudi Coalition troops along the Yemeni border on Tuesday.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their fighters fired a guided missile at a Saudi Army vehicle that was transporting troops to the front-lines in the Jizan province.

The Houthi forces claimed that this ambush resulted in the death of several Saudi Coalition troops inside the Al-Dood Mountain of the Jizan province.

Recently, the fighting along the Saudi-Yemeni border has intensified between the Saudi Coalition and Houthi forces.

As a result of these clashes, both sides have suffered heavy casualties in a bid to control this imperative border region.

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I’m not Yemini, nor a Muslim of any hue, but if there was, in the current invasion of the Yemen, a genuine non-profit that was there to help the Houthis, economically, humanitarianly (sic), politically, or even military, I would donate.