The Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis have been on a roll inside of Saudi Arabia as of late, capturing several sites belonging to the Saudi Royal Army and their allies from the Arab Coalition Forces that are made-up of several impoverished nations and western mercenaries hired by the Saudi and Emirati royal families.
On Saturday afternoon in Saudi Arabia’s southern countryside, the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis carried out several attacks on the city of Najran, killing a number of Saudi National Guardsmen while also advancing north towards the latter’s final line of defense.
If the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard and the Houthis capture Najran from the Saudi-led Coalition Forces; this would become the 3rd Saudi city under their control and perhaps the most embarrassing defeat for the Saudi Royal Army since the loss of Al-Rabuah in October of this year.
In addition to their advance in Saudi Arabia’s southern countryside, the Houthis and the Yemeni Army’s Republican Guard repelled the massive assault launched by the Saudi-led Coalition Forces at the Al-Jawf Governorate in southern Yemen.
Making matters worse for the Saudi-led Coalition Forces, the commander of one of the Hadi Loyalist militias – Hafezh Ahmad Humayd Al-Habari – was reportedly killed in the Mareb Governorate after clashing with the Houthis.