BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 A.M.) – The Houthi forces launched a new drone attack on the Saudi-backed force in the eastern part of the Sanaa Governorate this evening.

According to reports, the Houthi rocket battalion bombed the Saudi-backed forces using their Qasef-1 attack drones.

The Qasef-1 attack drone reportedly bombed the Saudi-backed forces in the Fardit Nihm area of the Sanaa Governorate’s Nihm District.

The Houthi forces report they scored direct hits on the enemy positions; however, no video footage or images have been released to corroborate these claims.

Tonight’s bombing marks the second time this week that the Houthi forces have utilized their Qasef-1 drones against the Saudi-backed troops in Yemen.

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kudos to the tireless yemeni resistance fighters for sending their oppressors to the perm blaze