The killing of a militia commander in the West Coast
The Yemeni army liberates Houthi positions on the fronts in the vicinity of Sana'a
Yemeni army forces destroyed Houthi reinforcements in Al-Bayda that were on their way to the outskirts of the Qaniya front. Archives
The intensity of the battles escalated on the fronts of the vicinity of the capital, Sanaa, with the fiercest focus on the fronts of Ma'rib, Al-Jawf and Al-Bayda, while the Al-Dhali fronts witnessed battles between the joint Yemeni forces and the Houthi militia, in which various types of weapons were used, while the prominent Houthi leader, Yasser Yahya Al-Qadami, was killed on the coastal fronts Western Yemen.
In the details, the battles escalated on the fronts of Ma'rib, Al-Jawf, Al-Bayda and Nehm in the vicinity of the Yemeni capital, Sana'a, yesterday, between the Yemeni army forces and the tribes on the one hand, and the Houthi militia on the other hand, which led to the liberation of several areas and the death and injury of Houthi elements, including prominent field leaders.
Field sources in Marib confirmed that the army and tribes managed to thwart a Houthi attack from three fronts on the one hand from Wadi Hallan, from the direction of Al-Jufra and Jabal Bahra, and that they “managed to destroy Houthi vehicles, killing and wounding many of their members, while the coalition fighters launched a series of focused raids that led To the destruction of Houthi reinforcements that were on their way from Sanaa to Ma'rib.
The coalition fighters bombed Houthi reinforcements in Mount Murthad that were on their way to the Al-Dukkara front, which led to its destruction and the death and injury of a number of Houthi elements, according to a field source, confirming that the attempt to detour the Houthis towards the drug failed, and the Houthi elements were lured into a tight ambush, which led to the death A number of Houthis were wounded, along with the families of a group of militia members.
In addition, the coalition fighters bombed three Houthi sites in the vicinity of Majzar district, and another in areas adjacent to Marib on the side of Al-Jawf Governorate, in addition to bombing Houthi sites and mechanisms in the Khub Washa`f district, which resulted in the death and injury of many Houthis, including field leaders.
In addition, military sources in Marib confirmed that the Houthis had failed to achieve any of their goals in Marib, and that the army's defensive strategy had succeeded in incurring the militias from losses that they had not incurred during the last three years on the fronts around Sana'a combined.
In Al-Jawf, the fronts east of Al-Hazm district witnessed violent battles between the two sides, concentrated in Jabal Qenao and Irq Al-Habil in the Khub Al-Sha`af District, after they were targeted by the coalition fighters, which led to the destruction of nine Houthi military vehicles, and the death and injury of many of their members, including officers and senior leaders, According to field sources, indicating that 26 Houthi bodies have been counted south of Hubail.
In Al-Bayda, the army and tribes were able to destroy Houthi reinforcements that were on their way to the outskirts of the Qaniya front on the outskirts of Ma'rib, which led to the death of many Houthis, including the Houthi field leader, Brigadier General Muhammad Ali Maasar, who is close to the militia leader Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, who received specific training Abroad.
In Nehm, northeast of the capital, Sanaa, field sources confirmed renewed confrontations between the army and tribes on one side and the Houthi militia on the other hand, concentrated on the fronts of Jabal Salab and Najd al-Ataq, which prevented Houthi reinforcements from arriving in the Al-Jadaan area between Marib and Sanaa.
In Al-Dhalea, battles continued on the Meris fronts, north of Al-Dhalea, during which the joint forces managed to thwart an attempt by Houthi elements to advance towards regaining the sites that they had recently lost, despite the fiery coverage they used to cover the progress and infiltration of their elements into those areas.
Also, the Bab al-Qhalq fronts, northwest of al-Dhali ', witnessed violent confrontations between the two sides that extended to the Hajar axis, the Hajjar front, and al-Fakher, to eastern al-Hasha.
In Hodeidah, sources in the joint forces confirmed the death of the prominent Houthi leader, Yasser Yahya Ahmed Al-Qadami, known as Abu Ammar Al-Qadami, one of the most prominent Houthi leaders, former commander of the West Coast Front, and a banker and training official at the southern Hodeidah fronts, noting that Al-Qadami was killed by an explosive device from cultivation. Their members are in the vicinity of Hais District, along with five of their members.
The militias bombed residential villages in the district of Hais, using heavy artillery shells and various weapons, including medium machine guns of 12.7 caliber and 14.5 caliber, hysterically according to the sources, and also targeted the Al Jabaliya area of Al Tuhayat District and another in the vicinity of Al Duraihimi District and east of the city of Hodeidah.
In Sanaa, the militias kidnapped five employees of the Central Organization for Control and Accountability, against the background of monitoring corruption operations worth millions of riyals in various sectors by prominent Houthi leaders, according to a source in the agency, confirming that the five were transferred to a militia prison at the request of the Houthi leader. Ali Al-Imad, accused of plundering huge funds from state-owned enterprises, such as telecommunications, taxes and customs.
The coalition fighters bombed Houthi sites in the vicinity of Majzar with three raids.