The Arab Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen pounded military communications towers of the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia in Amran governorate north of the capital Sana'a and Hamdan in northern Sanaa and Sa'ada, while Yemeni army forces targeted militia positions in Matun al-Jawf, as the Houthis continued their military escalation. On the west coast of Yemen.

In detail, Arab fighter jets in support of legitimacy in Yemen flattened military communications towers belonging to Iranian Houthi militias in Amran province, north of Sana'a, where local sources said that the raids carried out by coalition fighter jets destroyed the Houthi military communications towers in Jabal Dhein in the Ayal Serih district of Amran.

The sources confirmed that three raids led to the destruction of the towers completely, and that other raids targeted Houthi sites, including ballistic missile launchers and drones for aircraft in the Hamdan Directorate in the northern suburbs of the capital, pointing out that coalition fighter jets launched over the past two days more than 39 raids on the outskirts of the capital targeted Strategic locations with specific military effectiveness were used by Houthi elements in firing rockets and drones.

In Sanaa, the militias began liquidating their leaders who helped them to storm the capital during their coup in September 2014, and accused the former governor of Sana'a, `` Haneen Qatina, '' one of the most important tribal figures who opened the roads and helped Houthi elements to enter the capital, of being behind the killing of Ibrahim al-Houthi, brother of militia leader Abdul-Malik al-Houthi.

It also killed Houthi leader Sultan Saleh al-Jedi from Mahwit sons after being tortured to death in one of its prisons. Al-Jedi participated in supporting the Houthis during the storming of the capital Sana'a. He was appointed a foreign ministry adviser after the coup before being arrested and imprisoned in a secret militia prison. In Sana'a, he was tortured to death for participating in the December uprising, led by former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh at the end of 2017.

In al-Jawf, a number of militiamen were killed and wounded as a result of coalition raids and a bombardment of the Yemeni army targeting Houthi positions in al-Matun district, west of the governorate, according to sources in the sixth military zone, confirming that the Yemeni army forces bombed Houthi positions in Ham fronts in al-Matun district for the fourth consecutive day. , Which led to the destruction of mechanisms and killed and wounded a number of Houthi elements.

The sources pointed out that the army forces launched a large-scale attack on the Houthi positions in the Ham Mountains in Matoun district after attempts of infiltration by a number of Houthi elements towards the army positions in the area during the past two days, prompting the army to launch the attack to prevent continued infiltration attempts and Houthi attacks towards their position.

The sources pointed out that the army forces were able to kill seven of the Houthi elements and wounding others while two were captured, and forced those stationed in Tabab several to flee and leave their positions on the shelling, which was described as violent.

In addition, the army forces in Aqaba Front north of Al-Jawf launched a similar attack on militia positions in the area and inflicted heavy losses on equipment and lives.

The army's attacks came in conjunction with the directives of Yemeni President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi to the Governor of Al-Jawf Major General Amin Al-Akimi to continue the army operations in Al-Jawf and other fronts until the completion of the liberation of Houthi elements.

During his meeting with al-Akimi at his residence in the Saudi capital of Riyadh, Hadi also directed more vigilance, training and rankings, to complete the restoration of the rest of the areas from the Iranian-backed Houthi coup militia.

In Saada, coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids on militia positions in Saffra district in Saada targeting the Naqaa point, which led to the destruction of mechanisms and the death and injury of Houthi elements at the point, as well as targeting the positions of Shuja and Hammad square in the district of Saffra led to the destruction of a weapons store and a military Those sites.

In Hajja, Yemeni army forces continued their shelling and military operations in the fronts of Abs, Haradh and the perimeter of the liberated Hiran district, which led to the destruction of military vehicles and vehicles belonging to the militias that were trying to advance towards the international line between Abs and Haradh, according to field sources, confirming the killing of three and wounding other Houthi elements. And damage a military mechanism.

In al-Bayda, a landmine planted by Iranian Houthi militias on a road in Horan, linking Redman and Qaniya, killed a civilian named Dhaifullah Saleh and wounded three others.

In al-Hudaydah on the west coast, Iranian Houthi militias continued their military escalation and intense shelling towards joint Yemeni forces positions and residential neighborhoods in several areas of al-Hudaydah, targeting joint Yemeni forces positions in the east of Hays Directorate using 14.5-caliber machine guns, pica-rate weapons, and sniper weapons.

They also shelled joint forces positions in al-Tahita, al-Durahami and others towards Beit al-Faqih, south of Hodeidah. They used various weapons, including 82-mm heavy mortar shells, and al-Tur area.

In the meantime, field and local sources in the Directorate of Hays confirmed that the Houthi militias carried out a large-scale operation to locate sites and areas to be stationed there, in the east of the Directorate, in preparation for a battle with the joint forces to be prepared by the militias for weeks, stressing that the militias paid reinforcements and military mechanisms to those areas, including artillery. Heavy.

It has brought huge military reinforcements from Al-Udain junction linking Ibb and Hodeidah from the Directorate of Hays and Al-Jarrahi, and deployed these forces to the contact areas in the south of Al-Tahita and East Hays.

The militias also carried out military operations and developed positions in the perimeter of the airport and on the road linking the airport with the directorates of Duraimi and Al-Duha.The militias continued to bombard the eastern city of Hodeidah, targeting Kilo 16 area in order to camouflage the passage of their forces towards the airport, according to military sources, stressing that all Houthi movements The West Coast is monitored and monitored by the joint Yemeni forces.