BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:20 P.M.) – A large number of Saudi Coalition soldiers were killed in a new border attack on the Houthi positions this evening, the latter group reported via their social media wing.

According to the Houthi report, the Saudi Coalition launched a big assault on their positions in the Muraba Shaja area of the Najran province.

However, the Saudi Coalition troops were unable to crack the Houthi lines despite having air supremacy and more technologically advanced weapons.

The Houthi forces said that they were able to kill more than 20 Saudi Coalition fighters n the Muraba Shaja area, including many Sudanese soldiers.

Furthermore, the Houthi forces claimed that more than 30 other Saudi Coalition fighters were wounded during the heavy assault.

As a result of their heavy losses, the Saudi Coalition troops were forced to withdraw from the Muraba Shaja area as their warplanes began to heavily attack the Houthi forces along the Yemeni border.

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Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

How funny, there is no posting of the video where you can see MANY Houthi combat posts being targetted then blasted.
How funny Houthi losses are never spoke about here.

Daeshbags-Sux
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Considering that the low-intensity/cost warfare KSA/UAE are into has already reclaimed more than 50% of what the Houthis seized through their Iranian-backed coup they also lost 80% of the initial shores…/…

Daeshbags-Sux
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Daeshbags-Sux

Despite KSA/UAE are barely not communicating about their actions while Houthis are doing huge propaganda, things are obviously not going so great for ’em.

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Daeshbags-Sux

Just think that their last port, al-Hodeidah, is about 3/4 surrounded and the UN-brokered ceasefire is now over…
Autosuggestion and wishful thinking don’t work when a F-15E drops 10 tons of guided bombs and your a$$ is on the line.

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Considering the anonymous (not so) thumbdowning, well, only truth hurts : Yemen was a very bad investment as a proxy war.
The other point being that the low intensity warfare is very nasty : since it’s long, populations in “rebel” area suffer hardship for long and end happy seeing the “rebels” gone.
Houthis are already in trouble to find new recruits: Yemenis don’t want to fight for them.