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Gen. Ali Fadavi, deputy commander of Iran's Revolutionary Guards, said that "the Houthis' capture of thousands of soldiers fighting in the coalition ranks proves the strength of the resistance front and the defeat of US policies in the region."
Fadavi added that "the capture of Saudi soldiers and soldiers of their allies was on Saudi territory and this shows the strength of the soldiers of the axis of resistance and the defensive and deterrent force of the Houthis," according to the agency "Tasnim" Iranian.
"The Houthis now have interesting military equipment despite the obstacles," he said, adding that "the capture of thousands of Saudi soldiers reminds us of the operations of our fighters in the war with Iraq and our capture of thousands of enemy soldiers."
The deputy commander of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards pointed out that the Yemeni government in the axis of Najran has dealt a severe blow to Saudi Arabia and its allies, likely that Yemen's military capabilities will be of greater concern in the future and Saudi Arabia will only have to defeat against Yemen.
He said that Operation Nasrallah and the Aramco attack surprised the Saudis, a testament to the military strength of the Yemenis.
Brigadier Yahya Sari, spokesman for the armed forces of the Yemeni Ansar Allah (Houthis) group, said that the "Nasrallah" operation carried out by the group on the Najran axis for months resulted in the capture of 2,000 Yemeni and Saudi forces.
"Operation Nasrallah is preceded by careful monitoring that lasted for months before the enemy was lured into the biggest ambush," Seriei told a news conference on Sunday to explain the results of the first phase of the operation, which began on August 25. March. ” Of the group. He explained that "the total losses of the enemy in the first phase of the operation between 500 dead and wounded," adding that "the total enemy prisoners in the first stage about 2000."
Saudi Arabia has been leading a military alliance to support President Hadi's forces to restore the country's rule since March 26, 2015, against the Houthis who control the capital Sanaa.
To date, the bloody conflict in Yemen has led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of people from their homes, cities and villages, the spread of infectious and famine diseases in some areas, and significant destruction of the country's infrastructure.
It also resulted, according to statistics of UN bodies and organizations, killed and wounded hundreds of thousands of civilians, as well as the deterioration of the humanitarian situation and the spread of diseases and epidemics, especially cholera, and the decline in the size of cash reserves.