Advances by the Yemeni forces in Taiz... and heavy losses for the Houthis in Marib
Today, Sunday, the Yemeni joint Yemeni forces continued their advance in the Maqbna district, west of Taiz governorate, and took control of the village of Al-Sanif, and the heights overlooking the Al-Majraba area, in the isolation of Al-Majasha, in light of the collapse of militia positions that received strikes that left dead and wounded and destroyed their combat mechanisms.
Field sources in the joint forces confirmed the continuation of progress towards the Al-Ashwa area in the same isolation, and that battles are heading to complete the control of the Shamir and Al-Majasha districts, and to reach the strategic Yaqoub Mountain, which oversees the road linking Hays and Maqbna District.
For its part, the militias pushed new reinforcements and weapons towards Maqbna, according to local sources, confirming that the reinforcements had created sites in Jabal Al-Birk and in the area and Jabal Merab in the center of the district, with the aim of impeding the joint progress that is taking place through two axes to complete the liberation of the district.
The sources stated that the militias deployed cannons in the head of Mount Merab overlooking the center of the district, and they also planted many mines on the roads leading to the mountain and the center of the district, in an attempt to impede the progress of the joint forces, which now have the capabilities to deal with Houthi mines and explosives.
Meanwhile, the artillery of the joint forces targeted a meeting of Houthi leaders in the isolation of Shamir, in the presence of the Houthi leader and deputy governor of Taiz Governorate, Abdul Baqi Al-Wazir, leaving dead and wounded among those leaders, while the fate of the minister is not known.
In Marib, field sources confirmed that the army and tribes, backed by the Arab coalition, were able to crush the largest suicide attack of the Houthi militia with dozens of squads, including a large number of young people, in southern Marib.
The sources pointed out that the attack extended to several areas on the southern front, extending from Wadi and Rawdat Dhanna, through Al-Ayraf, and Ladha, to the Al-Lajma area and the eastern Balk mountain range, where the attack was repelled and the Houthis inflicted heavy losses on the ranks of its elements and combat mechanisms, pointing to the role of the Houthis. The coalition fighters in the process of blocking, where they launched a series of raids that benefited the attacking elements their ability to achieve their plan to penetrate the first echelon of the fronts of the southern city of Ma'rib.
The sources indicated that the battles continued for two whole days in those areas, during which government forces and tribes arrived in the Al-Faliha area, north of Al-Juba, with the continuing confrontations in the areas of Al-Ayrif, and in the middle of the Al-Amoud desert, with the government forces weighing in on those confrontations, despite the Houthis’ use of marches and missiles. Ballistic in the last operation.
In addition, well-informed sources in Marib confirmed the killing of two leaders of Al-Qaeda, while fighting with the Houthis, south of Marib, as well as the death of more than 100 Houthis, including a number of leaders, in the latest attack on southern Marib.
The militias launched other attacks in Al-Kasara and Al-Mushajah on the Western Front, where the militias are trying to achieve any breakthrough towards Ma'rib in response to the painful strikes they received from the coalition fighters in Sana'a during the past few days.
For its part, the coalition fighters launched a series of qualitative and accurate raids on Houthi sites, targets and mechanisms in Marib, most of which were concentrated on the southern and western fronts, leaving more dead and wounded among the Houthis, and destroying and burning more combat mechanisms.
While military sources revealed that all arrangements have been completed to start a large-scale military operation by the Yemeni forces and the local resistance, in coordination with the Arab coalition, Marib will have the largest share, according to military sources in the joint forces, the militias bombed the city with two ballistic missiles, one of which fell in a popular market Harib Junction, south of Ma'rib, leaving three dead and eight wounded.
In Sanaa, the fighters of the Arab Coalition to Support Legitimacy demolished legitimate military sites and targets belonging to the Houthi militia, targeting with precision raids weapons depots that include missiles and drones at the College of Aviation and Air Defense on the Western Sixtieth Street.
Houthi weapons were also bombed, which were transferred to Al-Tashrafat camp on Al-Zubayri Street, which led to huge explosions in the targeted warehouses, according to local sources and eyewitnesses.
The Arab coalition had announced the implementation of precise air strikes on legitimate military targets in Sana'a in response to the threat, and the coalition had asked civilians not to gather or approach the Tashreef camp in Sana'a, noting that the operation in Sana'a is in accordance with international humanitarian law and its customary rules.
In a new scandal for the Houthi militia in Sanaa, local sources and eyewitnesses confirmed that the bombing of residential neighborhoods and streets in the capital, in conjunction with the coalition raids, comes from the Houthis, as deliberate civilian areas are targeted by the Houthis in conjunction with coalition raids on military camps and targets. legitimate to blame the alliance for the results of its malicious actions.
The sources indicated that the Al-Anab neighborhood in the north of the city was targeted in conjunction with the coalition raids on weapons depots in Tabat Sadiq, and the Al-Sabeen tunnel was targeted in conjunction with the raids on the Central Security Camp, where the militias announced that a number of streets were out of service in the area moments after the bombing.
The sources stated that, in conjunction with the targeting of the Al-Tashrafat camp, the militias were bombing Al-Zubayri Street and in the direction of Alia Hospital, to come hours after it to organize a press conference in front of the hospital.
In the raids on the Aviation College in the Western Sixty, the militias bombed the Libyan neighborhood and brought photographers from Al Masirah channel before the ambulance and civil defense arrived in the neighborhood to photograph the damage and present it to local and international public opinion, in order to blame the coalition for that, but some of those who spoke to the march confirmed that the bombing came without Hearing any sound of planes, and it was suddenly and surprisingly from the direction of the morning and Rayyan villas in Jabal Dhofar.
Many residents of the capital are discussing expectations of the bombing accompanying the raids, as they expect that neighborhoods close to the camps and warehouses of the targeted militias will be targeted, and they are sure that the accompanying bombing comes from the militias that do not value the lives of civilians in their areas, as is the case with the fighters they send perish on the front lines.
In Al Mahwit, local sources revealed that many Houthi leaders were killed in the bombing carried out by the coalition fighters the day before yesterday on the governorate center, targeting a meeting of Houthi leaders, weapons stores, a communications center and control of marches, noting that the Houthi ideological leader Ali Jamali was killed in the raids to Along with a number of other leaders.
In Saada, the forces of Brigade War One carried out a qualitative military operation against Houthi sites in Jabal Hadad, in the Al-Safra District, which left many dead and wounded, and new Houthi sites were destroyed in the area.
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