The Joint Forces Command for the Support of Legitimacy Alliance in Yemen announced that the joint coalition forces were able to intercept and destroy four ballistic missiles and seven "booby-trapped" unmanned aircraft launched by the Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militia towards Saudi Arabia, at dawn yesterday, while the UAE expressed its condemnation Attempts by the Iranian-backed Houthi terrorist militia to target civilian areas of the kingdom, through drones, and ballistic missiles.

In detail, the spokesman for the coalition forces, Colonel Turki al-Maliki, said in a statement yesterday that the Houthi terrorist militia deliberately escalated the hostile and terrorist escalation by targeting civilians and civilian objects inside the civilian and neighboring countries of Yemen by using ballistic missiles and drones, confirming the efficiency of the joint forces of the coalition in addressing these Threats, and thwarting them, by monitoring them from within Houthi militia-controlled areas, destroying them, and responding to them.

He stressed that the Alliance Joint Forces Command applies and takes all necessary measures to protect civilians and civilian objects, and takes the necessary operational measures to stop these terrorist acts and failed attempts, in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary rules.

For its part, the UAE, in a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, renewed its full solidarity with the Kingdom in the face of these terrorist attacks against civilians, and standing with it one row against every threat to its security and stability, and supporting it in all its measures to preserve its security and the safety of its citizens and residents On its territory.

The statement emphasized that the security of the Emirates and the security of Saudi Arabia are indivisible, and that any threat or danger facing the Kingdom is considered by the state to be a threat to the security and stability system in it.

The statement indicated that the continuation of these attacks and threats clarifies the nature of the danger facing the region from the Houthi coup, and considered it as new evidence of these militias seeking to undermine security and stability in the region.

The President of the Arab Parliament, Dr. Mishaal bin Fahim Al-Salami, condemned, in the strongest terms, the launching of the Houthi militias by seven unmanned aircraft and four ballistic missiles towards the Kingdom. He said, in a statement issued yesterday, that the repetition of these cowardly terrorist attacks that are trying to target civilians and civilian objects in the Kingdom, unquestionably affirms that the militias implement the aggressive agendas and policies of the Iranian regime in destabilizing security and stability in the region, and undermine the efforts of the Special Envoy of the Secretary-General The United Nations in Yemen, Martin Griffiths.

The President of the Arab Parliament called on the international community to compel the Iranian regime to stop its practices and violations represented in supplying the Houthi coup militias with weapons, which was clearly confirmed by the recent report of the United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres issued on the Fourth of July, which confirmed the Iranian regime's continuous involvement in supplying weapons and ballistic missiles to militias. Houthi coup d'etat in Yemen, and its continued violations of Security Council Resolution 2216.

He praised the high efficiency of the Arab coalition forces to support the legitimacy of the Kingdom’s leadership in dealing with these repeated terrorist attacks, highly appreciating the coalition’s efforts to protect civilians and civilian objects in the kingdom, and thwarting the malicious goals of these terrorist acts, stressing the full Arab Parliament’s solidarity with the Kingdom, and its support for all that it takes From measures to maintain its security and the safety of its citizens and residents on its lands.

In Marib, the Yemeni army and tribes forces managed to shoot down a drone over the city of Marib, while confrontations continued on the Sirwah and Hailan fronts, west of the governorate, during which the Yemeni forces managed to control the road between Hailan and Sirwah.

The army had set up a tight ambush for Houthi groups, led by the prominent Houthi leader known as "Abuhamam" in Wadi Huraib Niham, and they managed to kill him and all his members in a process described as specific.

For its part, coalition fighters launched a series of raids focused on militia positions and reinforcements in "Mazzar, Sarwah, and Al-Abdiya in Marib," Khub and Al-Sha`f in al-Jouf and Harf Sufyan in Amran, which led to the destruction of vehicles, and the death and injury of a number of Houthis.

In al-Bayda, the Houthi militia recognized the death of the prominent Houthi leader, Brigadier-General Faraj Hussein Faraj Abu Hussein, one of the prominent Houthi leaders, and the Houthi leader and cultural supervisor, Abdullah Hassan al-Jofi, was killed on the Qaniya front.

Yesterday, the army and tribes forces managed to control several locations in the Qaniya front, including the field hospital, after violent clashes with Houthi militias in the area that extended to the Abdiyah fronts on the edge of Marib.

A human rights report, issued by a monitoring center for rights and development, revealed 494 cases of violations suffered by civilians in Al-Bayda Governorate, in 2019. According to the report, the cases were distributed as follows: 106 killings, 61 injuries, 12 physical assaults, threats and intimidation. And human shields, 70 cases of assault on private and public property, 10 cases of assault and confiscation of private funds.

Militias continued to violate the UN armistice on the West Coast, and yesterday bombed residential areas in the east of the city of Hayes with various types of weapons, including 120 and 60 mortar shells, a number of which fell in the quarter of the market, leaving material damage to buildings and shops in the market.

The joint forces on the West Coast recorded 43 violations, from the day before yesterday until yesterday dawn, and the violations included hostilities that varied between targeting, bombing and sniping, and the burning of farms with incendiary missiles.

• The Emirates confirmed that its security and the security of Saudi Arabia are an integral whole, and that any threat or danger facing the Kingdom is considered by the state to be a threat to the security and stability system in it.

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