YEMEN’S MILITARY ADOPTS MORE AGGRESSIVE STRATEGY, CAPTURES SAUDI MILITARY SITES IN JIZAN | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


YEMEN’S MILITARY ADOPTS MORE AGGRESSIVE STRATEGY, CAPTURES SAUDI MILITARY SITES IN JIZAN

JIZAN, SAUDI ARABIA — The media branch of Yemen’s Ansar Allah military released footage on Friday showing the moment that strategic Saudi military locations were captured in the eastern al-Doud mountains and al-Reqa’h military bases deep inside of Saudi Arabia. The bases are located in the southwestern region of Jizan, some 900 kilometers (559 miles) south of the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia has not yet commented on the recent attacks.

Yemen’s army launched two ballistic missiles at a gathering of Saudi military forces, including mercenaries, just east of al-Doud. A group of Saudi-allied mercenaries south of al-Khobeh in Jizan was also targeted. Later in the day, Yemen’s army struck a Saudi military base in the kingdom’s Jizan region with two ballistic missiles, killing a number of Saudi soldiers, according to two military sources in Yemen’s army.

In Saudi Arabia’s southwestern region of Asir, Yemen’s military also fired a short-range ballistic missile at a Saudi military base. The missile reportedly struck its target, according to a Yemen military source’s statement to MintPress. The source went on to say the missile attack killed an unspecified number of Saudi mercenaries and inflicted damage to the base and its equipment. MintPress has not been able to independently verify the claim.

Earlier this week, Yemeni forces seized military sites inside of Saudi territory as part of a recent offensive against the kingdom and its coalition allies in retaliation for the U.S.-backed coalition’s ongoing military assault against Yemen’s port city of Hodeida, a lifeline for the majority of Yemen’s population. The coalition’s offensive has sparked a humanitarian crisis in the region, spurring human-rights groups and the United Nations to call for an end to hostilities. The coalition recently stepped up attacks on Hodeida’s al-Dreihimi district, the scene of massive clashes between Saudi-allied mercenaries and Yemen’s resistance.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF, in fact, these reports are true, I would bet you that you won't see anything from the US corporate presstitutes about how this Yemeni militia, adapting a very different strategy than what they have used before, managed to infiltrate critical pieces of infrastructure in Saudi Arabia.

One has to wonder; is the House of Saud (and their American cohorts) losing their grip in their attempted genocide in Yemen?!? Only time will tell.

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