Midi, Yemen (5:45 A.M.) – The Saudi Army, backed by Hadi loyalists, launched a counter-offensive in the Midi Desert of northern Yemen on Friday, targeting the Houthi forces’ recent gains near the Saudi border.

However, the Saudi-led offensive did not go as planned, as they failed to advance past the Houthi defenses, losing several soldiers in the process.

Video footage of this battle and its aftermath was captured by the Military Media (Hezbollah media wing) on Friday:

The Saudi-led Coalition’s offensive in the Midi Desert on Friday was a desperate attempt to deflect from their embarrassing losses in the Najran Region of Saudi Arabia.

 

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John Kuykendall
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John Kuykendall

who fights for Saudi? The perfumed princes or some foreign nationals? I think this exposes a thin underbelly of the kingdom.

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Erik Prince did a tour in Sierra Leone and Liberia to recruit unemployed former child soldiers for cheap…

andy
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andy

having WH criminals,do any body need to fight ?

Nicolas Lin
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Nicolas Lin

> Good ! Let the wahabis eat their own arogancy !

Codie L
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Codie L

Saudi “Army”

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Blackhawk

Man those Saudis are the lamest soldiers ever. Bunch of delicated desert roses princesses lol.

Tony Toh
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Tony Toh

Some clarifications:

1) Forces fighting Houthis in Midi aren’t Saudi, but Hadi forces (who sometimes also wears Saudi uniform for weird reasons) supported by Saudi coalition airstrikes

2) The “Military Media” of Yemen isn’t affiliated to Hezbollah. It’s not the same alAlam alHarbi as the ones of Syrian or Hezbollah version, although its format of video footage editing were inspired.

Ralph Corbett
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Ralph Corbett

Bad days are coming for the Saudi swines.

Sajad Ahmad Rather
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Sajad Ahmad Rather

It was bound to happen as Saudi monarchy is counting it’s last days with Israel and US standing nearby.