BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:15 P.M.) – The Ansarallah forces launched a new offensive inside southern Saudi Arabia Thursday, targeting several sites inside the Asir region of the Gulf kingdom.

According to the media wing of the Ansarallah forces, their troops captured a number of sites inside of the Asir region after overrunning the Saudi garrisons and checkpoints near the Yemeni border.

The Ansarallah forces reportedly raided the area after seizing the sites, confiscating a number of weapons left behind by the Saudi Coalition troops.

Later in the day, the Ansarallah forces would retreat from these sites in order to evade the Saudi Coalition’s airstrikes on the area.

In a similar operation in the Jabal Malhmah area, the Ansarallah forces raided a number of sites belonging to the Saudi Coalition before retreating later in the day.

These offensives by the Ansarallah forces have become prevalent inside the Asir, Jizan, and Najran regions of Saudi Arabia. Due to the absence of pro-government Yemeni forces along the border, the Ansarallah troops have been able to carry out these attacks without much resistance.

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The Iranian answer to the recent Salman’s son empty verbal threats l**o

Good luck defending your sh!tty country Mr. King!

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The mullahs will get a Gaddafi. What we have now is the calm before the storm.

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Después de Gadafi puro baño de sangre en beneficio del Imperio EE.UU. y Europa.

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Hasta la victoria Houtis en defensa y soberanía del pueblo de Yemen.

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The UAE pulling out of N. Yemen forces the Saudis face to the Houthis on the ground by themselves at their southern borders is a brilliant tactic. With a “Vietnam” on their doorstep, Saudi Arabia’s dominance over the Gulf States will be lessened for years to come. Qatar also sighs a relief and I’m sure the Iranians are having a good laugh. Saudi Arabia, for all their money and the freedom to buy the West’s best weapons just can’t cut it. They’re a lazy bunch and depend on both the support of the West and mercenaries to fight their battles.… Read more »