Saudi Attack Choppers Drop Light-bombs Along The Border Front

By Hesham S. Al-Kibsi

Yemen's Military and Popular Committees continued their military operations against the Saudi Forces in Najran and Jizan regions inflicting heavy human and material losses on their ranks; prompting Saudi attack choppers to drop light-bombs along the border strip, according to Yemeni military sources.

Saudi attack choppers dropped light-bombs along the border strip in Jizan region during intensive shelling by the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees on the Saudi al-Karss, al-Ghawiah, al-Tabbah al-Hamra' (Arabic For Red Hill), Sawdanah and Tabbah Rabahah military sites of the aforementioned region on Saturday dawn, June 03, 2017. This came after the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees shelled late on Friday, June 02, 2017, Saudi military concentration points at the Um al-Turrab Village in Jizan region. This came as Yemen's Military and Popular Committees carried out on Friday, June 02, 2017, a wide-ranged combing operation using various weapons and artillery shells on the Saudi al-Ghawiah military site in Jizan region, killing and injuring a number of Saudi soldiers.

Meanwhile, the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees shelled on Friday night, June 02, 2017, concentration points of the mercenaries of the Saudi-led/US-backed aggression north of the Midi Desert off al-Mawsem of Jizan region, resulting in direct blows to their ranks.

Earlier on Friday morning, June 02, 2017, the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees shelled Saudi military dozers at the Saudi Sharqan military site along with al-Ma'azab and al-Mostahdath military sites of Jizan region, resulting in direct blows to their ranks.

In Asir region, the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees shelled on Friday night, June 02, 2017, Saudi military concentration points at the Saudi al-Masna' military site east of al-Rabo'ah City of Asir region, resulting in direct blows to their ranks.

The Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees also shelled on Friday night, June 02, 2017, concentration points of the Saudi forces and their mercenaries at al-Jawazat (Passports' Facilitation Area)  and Alb land port of Asir region, resulting in direct blows to their ranks. This came after the Artillery Forces of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees shelled earlier on Friday dawn, June 02, 2017, concentration points of the Saudi forces and their mercenaries at al-Jawazat (Passports' Facilitation Area), al-Shabakah and Alb land port of Asir region, resulting in direct blows to their ranks.  

Moreover, the warfare media of Yemen's Military and Popular Committees broadcast, Friday, June 02, 2017, via al-Masirah, Yemen and other local Yemeni TV channels, footage showing Yemen's Military and Popular Committees blowing up a Saudi military power generator, setting it ablaze along with a fuel tank at the Saudi al-Misyal military site of Asir region.

The cross-border military operations come in response to the Saudi-led/US-backed ongoing aggression and blockade on Yemen since March 26, 2015. The now Southern Saudi regions of Najran, Asir and Jizan are part of the historical greater Yemen that were annexed by Saudi Arabia during the Saudi-Yemeni war of 1934, before they were officially ceded to Saudi Arabia by former Yemeni president Saleh at the Jeddah convention back in 2000, thus ending a 60 year old land dispute.

The Saudi regime is leading a coalition of mostly Arab countries under the full support of the US, UK and France along with their allies, bombing Yemen under the pretext of rolling back the gains of the Houthis (aka Ansarallah) and bringing back to power the fugitive President Abdu Rabu Mansour Hadi.

The Saudi-led coalition began bombing Yemen in March 26,  2015, creating a humanitarian crisis and famine conditions in Yemen, the Arab world's poorest nation. Since then, hundreds of thousands of people have been killed or injured.

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