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Zionist Saudi-Backed Militia Commanders Killed in Yemen’s Ballistic Missile Attack

24 April 2017 15:49

The Yemeni army and popular forces fired another ballistic missile at the military positions of the Saudi-backed militants in al-Jawf province, killing several of their commanders.

The Saudi-backed militias’ military positions in al-Jawf province came under Yemen’s Qaher-M2 ballistic missile attack that killed a number of them, including Badr al-Habishi.

Another pro-Hadi commander named Ebrahim al-Vayeli was badly wounded in the attack.

In a relevant development on Sunday, the Yemeni army and popular committees launched a missile strike against the Saudi Army’s positions after warding off the Saudi mercenaries’ offensive and killing tens of them.

A Yemeni military source was quoted as saying by al-Mayadeen news channel that the army and popular committees repulsed an attack by the Saudi mercenaries and forces loyal to fugitive president Mansour Hadi against Khalid Ibn Walid base in the Southwestern parts of Ta’iz province, killing and wounding tens of them and destroying four of their military vehicles.

Meantime, the Yemeni media reported that the army had fired a Zelzal-2 missile against the Saudi army’s gathering center in Alab passageway in Asir province in response to an attack on their positions.

Earlier, the Yemeni army’s missile units targeted the movements of a large number of Saudi-led troops along the al-Khazra corridor in the kingdom’s Jizan province with Zelzal-2 missiles.

According to al-Masireh news channel, the home-grown Zelzal-2 missiles hit the convoys of the Saudi vehicles and inflicted heavy damage and casualties on the kingdom’s army and allied forces.

The reports said the Yemeni ground troops then pounded the passage with several rounds of Katyusha and artillery fire, inflicting several casualties on the Saudi-led troops.

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