The Arab Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen has piled an arms store belonging to the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia in the border city of Haradh with Saudi Arabia, which is affiliated to the Yemeni governorate of Hajjah, which is witnessing extensive military operations for the Yemeni army supported by the coalition to liberate the city. While military sources revealed the start of training for Yemeni pilots at the air base on the air force, the militias continued their military escalation, and the failure of all UN agreements on Hodeidah.
In detail, the Alliance of Legitimate Support fighters pounded positions and destroyed an armory belonging to the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia in the border town of Haradh with Saudi Arabia, which is undergoing extensive military operations by the Yemeni army, supported by the coalition to liberate the city, which has been under siege for days.
Military sources in Haradh confirmed that coalition fighter jets launched nine concentrated raids, which led to the destruction of a specific weapons store for the militias in the city after being targeted by a series of raids, pointing out that the store located north of the city included quality weapons, including guided missiles, drones and miscellaneous equipment.
Coalition fighter jets also targeted militia groups and vehicles belonging to them in a farm south of Abs Directorate, destroying a number of them, and killing and wounding those who were in the target locations of the Houthi elements.
In the meantime, sources in the Fifth Military Zone confirmed that the army forces of the region, in coordination with the coalition, have completed all military preparations to start the liberation process of the besieged city of Haradh days ago, with the aim of completing its liberation after bombing the militia positions inside the city and its outskirts and cutting off supplies.
The sources pointed out that the Yemeni forces are on the outskirts of the city from three sides, controlling the strategic triangle of Haradh, and advanced towards the city through two axes, and stationed on three fronts in preparation to enter the city for clearance, and open the road linking Saudi Arabia coming from long through the Haradh customs port, It connects the governorates of Hajjah and Hodeidah.
In al-Hudaydah, the Yemeni joint forces foiled an attempt to advance and develop militia positions north of the 22nd of May Hospital and on al-Khamseen Street, destroying vehicles and bulldozers pushed by militias to those areas, with the aim of creating advanced military positions there, as well as participating in digging trenches and building barricades. As part of its massive military escalation on the West Coast fronts.
According to the media center, the Houthi militias bombed the positions of the Yemeni joint forces with heavy, medium and light weapons and sniper weapons, and launched heavy artillery shelling on the positions of the joint Yemeni forces stationed east of the city of Hodeidah, focusing heavily in the area of Kilo 16, and fifty Street, and east of the city of Saleh.
The militias launched indiscriminate shelling, at dawn yesterday, hit the city of Hays south of Hodeidah with heavy artillery shells and heavy mortar artillery, one of which fell on the house of a civilian, and wounded a woman in the head, due to shrapnel of mortar shell.
Houthi elements also launched a large-scale attack on the Tahitiya Directorate, using various types of weapons, artillery and rocket-propelled grenades, targeting the positions of the Yemeni joint forces southeast of the Directorate, and used heavy mortar and Hauser artillery shells, B10 artillery shells, Luo rockets and weapons. The medium machine gun caliber 12.7 and 14.5 caliber intensely and violently.
Houthi militias continued to send military reinforcements to different parts of the west coast, according to informed sources, pointing out that reinforcements and armed groups arrived from the governorates of Hajjah and Mahwit across the northern line, and the point of the Levant, into the city of Hodeidah, while a number of their military vehicles and crews Loaded with fighters towards the southern areas of the city of Hodeidah.
In Lahj in southern Yemen, private military sources revealed that Coalition forces conducted extensive training of Yemeni pilots to command F-16 fighter jets and Apache helicopters at Al-Anad air base in preparation for their involvement in raids on militia positions, participation in completing the liberation of Yemen, and reactivating weapons. Yemeni airspace destroyed by militias following its coup against legitimacy in 2014.
In Taiz, the Yemeni army foiled attacks on infiltration of militias towards an air defense site, after elements of the Islah Party left their positions in the area, before forces of the Taiz resistance resisted, and the attempted infiltration failed.
Meanwhile, the deputy commander of the stone sector in the 35th Armored Brigade warned the commander of Bayhan Aref Al-Hwaish camp against incitement against the 35th Armored Brigade, and calls to go to military sites to demonstrate in response to the calls of a party, pointing in press statements to the incitement calls led by leaders in one of the political parties, targeting Jabal Sabran site of the 35th Armored Brigade, by calling for a demonstration and rallies in front of the site.
He pointed out that the leadership of the stone sector warns all who beg himself to approach the site of Jabal Sabran or any sites belonging to the 35 armored brigade in the stone sector, in response to obscurantist calls to ignite the fire of sedition and conflict, taking advantage of the lack of awareness of the people, and the speech of the politicized platform to achieve party interests .
In Saada, Yemeni army artillery bombarded militia positions in the Shadda border region with Saudi Arabia, leaving Houthis dead and wounded, and destroying vehicles belonging to them.The army forces foiled an infiltration attempt by militias in the Ham Front in neighboring Al-Jawf governorate, and incurred heavy losses.
In Al-Dhale'e, local sources confirmed that the Houthi militias launched a large-scale kidnapping campaign against the sons of Jaban district, northeast of Al-Dhale'e governorate, in conjunction with the looting of their personal belongings, pointing out that the militias raided Na'wa village and looted and kidnapped 148 villagers and took them to an unknown destination.
In the capital Sanaa, Houthi militias declared a state of emergency in the capital's hospitals, after running out of blood in hospitals, compared to the size of the wounded returning from the fronts, who were injured during the previous period.
In Ibb, central Yemen, three of the people of the province were killed and three others were injured as a result of security chaos caused by Houthi elements, according to local sources, noting that the boy Shamsan Qaid Abadi al-Sarimi (18 years old), was shot dead by a Houthi gunman in al-Karba area in isolation Bani Omar The Houthi youth, Adel Hameed Omar al-Adeeb (30 years), killed his brother Abdulrahman al-Adeeb in the village of Kashha in the lower wilderness, and Ali Abdul Raqeeb Omar al-Salahi, was killed by a Houthi gunman in the same district.
In addition, the militias continued to impose financial royalties on Ibb traders, this time targeting the segment of pharmacists' owners, where they were obliged to pay cash under the name of “supporting the war effort,” and sent field committees to collect the levies imposed by the size and quality of the pharmacy activity and location.