Backed by the Arab Alliance to Support Legitimacy, the Yemeni army and tribes forces responded to attacks by the Houthi militia, and were able to destroy militia sites and mechanisms belonging to the militias in Naham, Marib, al-Jawf, and al-Dhalea, and the militias inflicted casualties, while the Houthi escalation continued on the fronts of the western coast of Yemen.

In detail, the Yemeni army forces, supported by tribes and fighters of the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy, were able to counter an attack by the Houthi militia towards the liberated areas in the Najd al-Ataq front in the Nahham district, northeast of the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, and managed to foil and inflict heavy losses on the Houthis.

According to the sources, the army and the tribes sustained 14 militias deaths and a number of wounded, while the rest of the Houthis escaped from the battle, leaving their dead behind, pointing out that the army and the tribes bombed the Houthis positions in the vicinity of Najd al-Ataq, which led to the destruction of fortifications and military vehicles in the sites Targeted.

The Yemeni army forces shot down a Houthi reconnaissance plane, which was conducting espionage and filming operations over army sites in Nahham, while coalition fighters launched a series of raids on Houthi positions in Nahham and several areas in the Ma'rib fronts bordering the countryside of the capital Sana'a on the sides of Majzar and Sirwah, which led to the destruction of military vehicles For militias, dead and wounded in their ranks.

In Al-Jawf, coalition fighters bombed Houthi military sites and targets in the vicinity of the city of Al-Hazm, the capital of the governorate, with direct hits, including the destruction of a tank and the burning of military vehicles for militias in the Al-Aqsha area.

In Al-Bayda, intermittent confrontations between the Yemeni army and the militias continued in the Qanat al-Wahhabiyah and al-Abdiya fronts on the outskirts of Marib, as did the confrontations between the local resistance and the Houthis in the Al-Humaiqan front in Al-Zahir district, and the resistance managed to inflict heavy losses on the militias.

The Houthi militia had pushed, early this week, reinforcements to the depression area south of Al-Zahir, with the aim of launching attacks against the Hamayqan resistance, but the resistance monitored the reinforcements and thwarted the Houthi attacks.

In Al-Dhalea, the joint forces thwarted a Houthi attack towards the western sector of the Maris Front, north of the governorate, and incurred heavy losses, and a military source stated that the militias failed to achieve any of the objectives of the attack, as a result of the vigilance of the joint forces that destroyed the militia's military mechanisms, and thwarted the infiltration attempt.

In Al Hudaydah, on the western coast of Yemen, Yemeni joint forces responded to Houthi attacks on their positions in the districts of Beit al-Faqih, al-Duraimi, and al-Tahita, and the militias sustained great losses.

Field sources indicated that the Houthi forces launched an attack and attempted to open a loophole in the contact lines in the vicinity of the Al-Duraimi Directorate, to save its trapped elements in some districts of the district's headquarters, and the attackers soon found themselves in the crossfire of the combined forces, along the length of the contact lines in this strategic sector.

In the Beit al-Faqih district, the remains of militia pockets tried to advance from the al-Husayniyah farms area towards the al-Jah area, backed by heavy firefighting, but failed to achieve their objectives as a result of the resistance of the joint forces in those areas that failed the attack.

The militia launched a large-scale attack on the mountainous area in the district of Al-Tahita, confronted by the joint forces, and forced the militias to retreat and flee to Zabid.

14 dead from the Houthi militia in Najd Al-Ataq, and clashes in Al-Bayda.

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