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Yemeni Fighter Planes Shot down by Hezbollah’s Elements
 
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American Relevant Stratford reports revealed that the fighter planes- Yemen Air Force Su-22 and MiG aircraft, attacking rebel positions in Sa’ada governorate crashed due to a shoulder-launched missile weapon used by Hezbollah elements who participated in the war with Shiite rebel against the Yemeni army.
The report of which media outlets received a copy disclosed that the shoulder-launched missile weapons were produced at Al- Kazimi- an Iranian martyr complex.
Further, the report cited sources close to Hezbollah as saying that fighters of Hezbollah did shoot down the two Yemeni Air Force fighters.
 

 

 

 

 


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