BEIRUT, LEBANON (10:30 P.M.) – The Houthi forces claimed on Thursday evening that their troops had killed several Gulf-backed fighters across Yemen and southern Saudi Arabia these past 48 hours.

According to the official media wing of the Houthi forces, their troops managed to kill at least a half dozen Gulf-backd fighters in the Al-Duraihemi District of southern Hodeideh this morning.

The Houthi forces then claimed another three Gulf-backed fighters were killed in Al-Jawf and another three in the Al-Lahj Governorate.

However, the majority of the 34 Gulf-backed fighters were killed in southern Saudi Arabia on Thursday, when the Houthi forces carried out a new offensive in the Jizan region.

The Houthi forces reportedly killed 19 Saudi soldiers in the Al-Khoba, Bajal, and Jabal Dokhan areas of the Jizan region after launching a fresh offensive.

Another four Saudi soldiers were killed in the Asir and Najran provinces, the Houthi forces added.

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God bless the resistance.

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So you mean that god blesses Iranian Kurdistan+Baluchistan separatists and Mojahedin-e Khalq (MeK) in Iran?
So I also suppose you support FSA in Syria since, as the Houthis, they’re backed by foreign powers????

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Nice Job Houthis. You are men of God. The world is fighting you and you are fighting alone. Shame on Saudis and UAE.

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Legally speaking, the posture of UAE and KSA in Yemen is similar to the posture of Russia and Iran in Syria while Houthis can be compared to FSA with foreign backing… NOTE : I didn’t said I favoured the UAE/KSA side, actually, I totally despise what they’re doing in Yemen, nevertheless, Houthis were allies with Yemeni dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh who was resigned in 2012 after massive protests. He was already dictator for North-Yemen from 1978 to 1990, he then became so for the whole country. Hadi became temporary prez until Houthis did a coup in 2015 to place Saleh… Read more »