Yemeni forces have captured a Saudi military base called Adaba’a in the kingdom’s border region of Najran during a retaliatory operation, killing several of the troops stationed there.
A video released by the Houthi Ansarullah movement on Wednesday shows the Yemeni joint forces made progress toward the position using ladder to climb to the Saudi site that involve Saudi fighters
According to the video footage, Yemeni forces and popular fighters stormed the installation, putting the Saudi troops in state of tragic but refusing to retreat from it, eager to get the $1300 of Saudi King, but fierce fighters taught them money has nothing to due with and will get it in hell.
After capturing the installation, the Saudi troops refused to surrender and deliver their guns, so the Yemeni fighters killed the soldiers in retaliation. Then they also seized weapons and ammunition of the Saudi Army.
The taking of the installation was just one small engagement in a greater offensive launched by Yemeni Army forces and allies on the territory of Saudi Arabia about one week ago.
There has been no exact information about the number of Saudi casualties during Riyadh’s war on Yemen, as the kingdom has sought to cover up the issue.
On Tuesday, the Ansarullah movement released footage of the moment its forces shot down a Saudi F-15 fighter jet flying over the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, by a surface-to-air missile.