Military battles continued between the Yemeni army, supported by tribes, on the one hand, and Houthi militias, on the other, on seven fronts: "Sana'a, Marib, Al-Bayda, Hajjah, Al-Dhalea, Hodeidah, and Taiz", and the militias incurred dozens of deaths, including prominent leaders.

In detail, the Yemeni army forces affiliated with the seventh military zone managed to thwart a large-scale attack by the Houthi militia towards its locations in Jabal Salb and the outskirts of the Huraib Nahham district in the vicinity of the capital, and the militias suffered great losses of equipment and lives, as well as the capture of a number of Houthi elements.

Field sources confirmed that the Houthi leader, Khaled Mahdi Mufleh, the leader of the attack, was wounded during the break of the attack that extended to Wadi Habab area between Sana'a and Marib, noting that the Houthi attack came after reinforcements of militia elements coming from Hajjah and Sanaa to the area during the past two days.

The sources pointed out that new Houthi reinforcements had been pushed, yesterday evening, from the Arqoub camp in the Khulan district in the Sana'a countryside towards Sarwah Marib.

The Sarawah front witnessed military operations, the most violent of which was concentrated on the Hailan Front, through which the militias attempted to restore the strategic Mount Hailan, but failed due to the resistance of the Yemeni army and tribesmen stationed in the area.

Military sources said that the attack resulted in the death and injury of several Houthi elements, including prominent leaders, as well as the destruction of military and other spoils by the army and the tribes.

In Al-Bayda, clashes continued between the Yemeni army supported by the tribes on the one hand, and the Houthi militias on the other, in the fronts of Qaniyah, Al-Wahhabiyah and the Humeqan fronts, and the army and tribes forces managed to break a major attack on Qaniyeh, which is the second in two days, and the militias incurred 20 dead, including a number of prominent leaders .

In Hajjah, the Yemeni army forces were able to repel an attack by the Houthi militia towards the Haradh front, and resulted in significant loss of life and equipment.

In Al-Jawf, militias continued to dig trenches, build barricades, and dig tunnels in the city of Al-Hazm, the provincial capital, to which large armed reinforcements were recently sent.

In Al Hudaydah, on the western coast of Yemen, the joint Yemeni forces thwarted yesterday the smuggling of weapons to the Houthi militia-controlled areas, and a vehicle loaded with various weapons was seized in Al-Najiba square, south of Hayes district, which was on its way to the militia.

The Houthi militias continued their violations of the international armistice in Hodeidah, targeting the areas of “Al Tahita, Al Jabaliya, and Hayis”, and targeting the Al-Duraimi directorate with mortars, hawks and medium-weapons fire, indiscriminately and hysterically, while continuing to plant mines in residential areas, on roads, and on farms, causing civilian casualties. The most recent of which was a civilian being wounded in the Al-Jah district of the Beit Al-Faqih district as a result of a landmine explosion while grazing sheep in the area.

In Al-Dhalea, the joint forces thwarted an Houthi attack and infiltration that targeted the Al-Adayin area in the Hajar Front northwest of the governorate, and the militias inflicted casualties and equipment.

The joint forces were able to liberate the Al-Adayen site and stationed in it to prevent the militia movements towards the fighting stone axis, while the engineering teams in the joint forces continued to remove the mines laid by the militias in areas west of the Qataba district, including the Hajar front.

In Taiz, the western fronts of the governorate witnessed violent battles yesterday, between the army and Houthi militias concentrated in the vicinity of Jabal al-Dabab, and the army forces managed to thwart a Houthi attack on its positions in the region, and the Houthis suffered great losses.

The Yemeni army and the tribes are destroying "Houthi" military vehicles in Sarwah.

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