Yemeni army forces supported by the Arab coalition managed to enter the stronghold of Abdul Malik al-Houthi, the leader of the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia in Maran area of ​​Haidan district, and liberated strategic areas in the district, in addition to liberating areas and locations in Baqim district in Sa'ada governorate. Its military operations are supported by coalition fighter jets on the Dhali fronts with continuing Houthi violations and abuses on the West Coast fronts.

In detail, Yemeni army forces, supported by the Arab Coalition, continued their advance on the Saada fronts in northern Yemen, and were able to enter new areas in the stronghold of Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, the leader of the Iranian-backed Houthi coup in the Maran area of ​​Haidan district, and advanced in the Baqam front.

Field sources in Saada confirmed that the Yemeni army, supported by the coalition, was able to enter the areas of Jabal Tayban, Tabbah, Um Naira and a number of locations in Maran, Haidan district, stronghold of Abdul Malik al-Houthi, the leader of the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia, pointing out that Yemeni forces supported by Saudi forces were able to enter that area. Areas after carrying out a surprise attack on militia positions in those areas where rockets and drones are believed to have been fired towards Saudi Arabia recently.

The sources confirmed that the Yemeni forces were able recently to carry out specific military operations in Saada fronts concentrated mainly in Haidan district, which led to the liberation of Al-Hasama and Al-Zahir areas, and confused the militia elements in several locations, in addition to securing the areas of Al-Qamboura and Al-Mubarak and liberating the mountains of Tayban and Um Naira Close to Abdul Malik al-Houthi stronghold in Maran. The sources pointed out that the military operations led to the destruction of a number of militia hideouts and their positions, which include a number of rocket launchers and a store of various ammunition, in addition to the destruction of the bases of launching drones and manufactured in Iran and installed by Iranian experts from the Revolutionary Guards, and was used in launching attacks towards Saudi.

In the meantime, Yemeni military sources confirmed that the army forces supported by the coalition to liberate new sites in the Directorate of Baqim north of the province, including the village «Khasaban», in addition to its control over the Tabab surrounding strategic fire mountain overlooking the village of Hassan, and continued military operations in six axes with air cover Of the coalition fighter jets.

On the other hand, field sources confirmed the death of the commander of the first air defense brigade of the militia called Antar Abu Nishtan, along with a number of its members in the frontier with Saudi Arabia from Saada, while trying to infiltrate the border with the Kingdom in the past few days.

For their part, the Arab coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids targeting militia positions and gatherings in different areas of Saada, mostly focusing on the Maran area in the district of Haidan, Saada, pointing out that the raids caused significant damage in militia positions and led to the death and injury of a number of their members.

In Hodeidah, more than 20 Houthis were killed and injured as a result of joint forces' attempts to infiltrate and attack militias as part of their continued breach of the humanitarian truce in the west coast yesterday evening, according to field sources, noting that 20 Houthi elements were killed and wounded in mutual shelling with the joint forces. On the outskirts of the eastern city of Hodeidah, four people were killed and six members of the forces involved in these operations were injured.

According to the sources, the militias shelled 120-caliber mortars and 82-caliber mortars and artillery positions of the joint forces east of Al-Saleh city, targeting soldiers with 12.7-caliber machine guns and 14.5-caliber snipers.

The Houthi militias stepped up their shelling with mortars and machine guns on the positions of the joint forces loyal to the Arab coalition east of the Duraimi district adjacent to the city of Hodeidah, and intensified their shelling with mortars, shells and Doshka weapon joint forces positions east and north of the Directorate of Hays south of the province.

In a related context, the joint forces were able to repel an infiltration attempt by Houthi militias accompanied by heavy artillery shelling east of Tahita district south of Hodeidah, and militias bombed residential neighborhoods on 7 July, wounding three civilians, and bombed Suwaiq district of Tahita district with various weapons, to Besides targeting the mountainous area of ​​the Directorate itself.

In Dali, the joint forces supported by the Southern Resistance and the security belt continued their military operations in the north and west of the province, supported by Arab coalition fighters that bombed reinforcements of Iranian militias in the Battar area bound for Beja-Hajar and burned by air strikes before reaching the confrontation areas. Coalition fighter jets also bombarded military vehicles in the vicinity of al-Jub camp northwest of Qataba, north of al-Dali'a, while al-Fakher, Shakhb and Bab al-Ghalq fronts northwest of Qataba witnessed fierce clashes between the joint forces and the militias.

On the other hand, informed sources in the capital Sanaa revealed that the Iranian Houthi militias carried out large-scale looting of endowment property in the capital Sana'a and the governorates of Sana'a, Ibb, Mahweet, Hajjah, Dhamar, Amran and Saada.

The sources pointed out that the militias began gradually and systematically in the seizure of land, real estate and residential houses that were leased to civilians, pointing out that the militias sold large areas of the endowment land to influential traders and loyalists.

In al-Bayda, the joint forces, backed by local resistance, managed to repel an attack by militias in a front that killed and wounded a number of Houthi elements, in addition to the destruction of their military vehicles used in the attack.

Arab Coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids targeting militia positions and gatherings in different areas of Saada.

Field sources confirmed the death of the commander of the 1st Brigade of the air defense of the militias, called Antar Abu Nishtan, in the frontier with Saudi Arabia.