Houthi Forces Repelled Another Attack By Pro-Saudi Fighters In Al-Bayda, Launched Ballistic Missile On Saudi Capital
Houthi forces and the Yemeni Army repelled an attack by forces loyal to Saudi-backed President Mansur Hadi on Al-Makhtabi and Ka’wash bases in the Zi-Na’em area in the Yemeni province of Al-Bayda.
Houthi forces also targeted the Silat military site in Najran with a Uragan rocket. The Yemeni Army artillery shelled a gathering of the Saudi Army and Hadi’s forces in the northern Khouba area, and in the Harib Nahm district of Marib province.
The Yemeni military media published a video (LINK) of the May 18 attack on the Umm al-Adab mountain near the Al-Khadraa border crossing. Houthi forces captured the mountains and Saudi forces withdrew to the crossing. Houthi fighters seized a lot of weapons from the abandoned Saudi positions.
Meanwhile, Houthis launched an attack on a gathering of Saudi forces in the border area of Jizan, and claimed the destruction a number of vehicles and bulldozers of the Saudi Army.
According to local sources, the Saudi attack helicopters attacked the village of Qamar in Jizan with 15 missiles. Saudi Air Force warplanes carried out four airstrikes in the Medi Desert and in Harad.
Few moments ago, reports appeared that Houthi forces launched a Burkan 2 ballistic missile on the Saudi capital of Riyadh. There are no confirmed reports revealing the impact caused by the missile.
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