Military operations continued on the fronts of the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, between the Yemeni army forces supported by the tribes and Arab coalition fighters to support legitimacy on the one hand, and the Houthi militias on the other side, and the Yemeni army and coalition forces destroyed military reinforcements of the militias in Marib and Saada, including rocket launchers, while a report by the Yemeni forces revealed It shares a dangerous escalation in militia violations of the international armistice in Hodeidah on the west coast.
In detail, field sources in Marib, north of the capital, Sanaa, confirmed the continuation of violent battles between the army and tribes on the one hand, and the Houthi militia on the other, in the frontiers of Sarwah, west of the governorate, with the Houthis continuing to send the deceived people to the crematoria of death on the fronts of the vicinity of the capital, Sana'a, including Marib .
The sources pointed out that dozens of Houthi elements were killed and others were injured, while several were captured during the battles in the Sarwah and Hailan fronts and reached the Hard Mountains in Naham, as well as the destruction of various military vehicles, including Katyusha rocket launchers, due to the artillery shelling of the Yemeni army and the raids of the coalition fighters that launched Attacks on Houthi sites and reinforcements in Sarwah, Mazzer, Al-Jawf Junction, and the vicinity of Jabal Salb, resulted in the destruction of military vehicles, a vehicle, and the injury of Houthi personnel who were on board the reinforcements.
Yesterday, coalition fighters targeted Houthi sites in the Mannabah district of Saada governorate, which led to the destruction of a "mercenary" dens that the militias brought in to fight in their ranks in exchange for promises to give them money in hard currency.
Coalition fighter jets bombed a militia position in the Khub and Al Sha`f district in Al-Jawf governorate, while hit-and-run battles between the army and militias continued in the vicinity of al-Hazm district, the provincial capital from the eastern side.
On the other hand, local sources confirmed the killing of a child named Bakeel Al-Nuaimi (11 years) in a Houthi landmine explosion while he was on his family's farm in Wadi Salt, Nahham District, during his grazing of sheep. The sources said that about 20 civilians were killed and 11 others wounded since the beginning of this year, as a result Landmines planted by the Houthis in the residential and agricultural areas in the vicinity of Sanaa.
In Al Hudaydah, on the western coast of Yemen, Houthi militias stepped up their military operations as part of their violations of the international truce, and yesterday targeted the center of the district of Al-Tahta, using heavy 23-caliber weapons and a 14.5-caliber medium weapon.
Sources in the joint forces confirmed that a number of Houthi elements had been killed and wounded while trying to plant an explosive device on the (Kilo 16 - Al Marwah) road, east of Al Hudaydah.
A report issued by the Media Center for Giants Brigades in the West Coast documented that Houthi militias committed 110 violations and crimes against civilians in the West Coast, ranging from killing and wounding, targeting and destroying homes, child soldiers and planting explosive devices during the past three months.
The report pointed out that from March to May last, the militias committed 82 cases of killing and wounding civilians, and during the month of March the report documented the killing and wounding of 36 civilians targeted by the militia on the streets, in markets and homes, including a number of women and children.
In April and May, the report documented 46 Houthi crimes, which varied between killing and injury against civilians, including nine murders, including a pregnant woman who was killed with her unborn child, and 37 injuries, including five women and four children. The report also documented 12 houses damaged by the Houthi shelling of neighborhoods. Residential.
The report stated that the Houthi militia has recruited 12 children from the Al-Marwah Directorate, and has monitored four explosive devices cultivation, and the same period has witnessed forced displacement of dozens of families from their homes and farms west of Hayis.
In Dhamar, local sources confirmed that the Houthi militia kidnapped four residents of the Atma district, west of the governorate, and took them to an unknown destination.
Crimes and violations committed by militias in the West Coast during 3 months.