In Video: Houthis’ IEDs Destroy Several Vehicles On Saudi-Yemeni Border

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On August 14, the Houthis’ media wing released a video of recent attacks on Saudi-led coalition vehicles in the al-Buqa’ desert, between the northern Yemeni province of Saada and the Kingdom’s southern province of Najran.

The video shows four pick-up trucks being stuck with improvised-explosive devices (IEDs), which had been planted by the Houthis’ engineer units. Two personnel of Saudi-backed forces can be also seen being hit.

Advanced IEDs equipped with passive infrared (PIR) sensors or remote-controlled detonators, where apparently used in these attacks.

The Saudi-led coalition claims that Lebanese Hezbollah and the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) are providing the Houthis’ engineer units with technical support to manufacture such advanced IEDs.

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