The Yemeni army forces, and the tribes supported by the Arab coalition, liberated strategic areas between the governorates of Al-Jawf and Saada, and were able to liberate the Al-Dhahra region and advanced towards the Tawunah Mountains and the Al-Rab’a region, while the battles continued on the western and southern fronts of Ma’rib and the Al-Jadaan area, and continued on the southern and eastern fronts of Taiz, while they continued. Violations by the Houthi militia on the West Coast fronts.
In the details, the Yemeni army forces and the tribes supported by the Arab coalition have made great progress in the Burt Al-Anan front in the Yemeni governorate of Al-Jawf, by liberating the Al-Dhahra region, in the vicinity of the Al-Mutabiq Mountains on the outskirts of Saada governorate, the stronghold of the Houthi leader, Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi.
Field sources confirmed that the army and the tribes continued to advance through two axes towards the Tawunah Mountains and the Rab’a area, based on their positions in Wadi Salab and the Jaid family, amid the retreat and flight of Houthi elements towards the last areas between Al-Jawf and Saada.
The sources indicated that the ongoing battles since the day before yesterday, have left many dead and wounded in the ranks of the Houthis, in addition to the Yemeni army’s destruction of militia vehicles that were trying to turn around to retake the liberated sites.
In Marib, battles continued on the Al-Kasara, Hailan and Al-Mashajeh fronts, in the west of the governorate, during which the army, tribes and joint forces managed to repel an attack by the Houthi militia on the Al-Kasara and Al-Mashjah fronts.
While the commander of the Sixth Military Region, Major General Amin Al-Waeli, was martyred at the Kassara front, field sources confirmed the killing and wounding of 300 Houthi operatives, including prominent field leaders, including Ahed Shams al-Din Hammoud al-Hamzi, who was killed in an attack on the Malboudeh area in al-Kassara.
Informed sources reported that Al-Waeli was killed while confronting a massive Houthi attack that extended from the Kassara area in Marib to the outskirts of Al-Jawf governorate, while a number of his companions were injured, and Major General Omar Sajaf was assigned to command the sixth military region, succeeding Al-Waeli.
The battles raged over the past two days in the Kassara front, west of Ma’rib, up to Al-Jaddafar, which is located on the countryside of the capital on the side of Al-Jawf Junction, after Houthi attempts to carry out attacks from different areas in Medghal, Sarwah and Raghwan, amid intense air strikes by the Arab coalition.
Field sources confirmed that the coalition fighters launched a series of raids targeting Houthi reinforcements, and combat vehicles that were stationed in the vicinity of Al-Kassara, and at the outskirts of Al-Khadra area in western Ma’rib, which led to the killing of an entire Houthi battalion.
Large groups of so-called “death brigades” were targeted by highly trained Houthis, as they arrived from Sanaa to participate in the fighting.
It indicated that the militias have pushed more than 300 members to the Kassara front during the past two days, and all of them were killed or wounded, and that among the dead were prominent field leaders, along with 13 others who were killed in the battles and the coalition raids in the vicinity of Marib.
On the Jabal Murad front in the south of the governorate, the commander of the front, Brigadier General Muhammad al-Halisi, confirmed that the army and tribes forces were able to repel the Houthi militia’s second attack within 24 hours, through which they tried to repel the first defenses of the army in the area to advance towards the city of Ma’rib after failing to make any progress on the fronts. West of the province.
Al-Helisi explained in a press statement that the militias have suffered great losses on the Marib fronts during the past few years, which they have not suffered throughout the six wars in Saada, and since the beginning of the war to restore the state in 2015.
In Hajjah, coalition fighters destroyed Houthi reinforcements in the vicinity of the Bani Hassan area in the Abs district, which were trying to advance towards the liberated areas in the district, and also targeted a Houthi site in the Baqim district of the Saada governorate.
In Sanaa, there were conflicting reports about the fate of one of the most prominent members of the Houthi militia, Major General Yahya al-Shami, whose wife and son Zakaria al-Shami, wanted number four on the coalition list, died last week.
While informed sources reported that the elder Shami had died from the Corona virus, other sources confirmed that he was still struggling to die in the intensive care of 48 Hospital as a result of his injury in a coalition raid alongside prominent field leaders.
In Amran, north of Sanaa, many Houthis were killed or wounded, as a result of Houthi-Houthi disputes over the distribution of oil derivatives, according to a local source, confirming that many Houthis were killed and injured in clashes between them in the Raida district, after a dispute over the distribution of oil derivatives quotas between them.
In Taiz, battles continued between the army and the resistance on the one hand, and the Houthi militia on the other hand, in the Al-Ahkum front, south of Taiz, and in the Al-Arish and Al-Shaqab front, east of the Sabr Al-Mawadim district, and the Waid Salh area and the vicinity of the Muhammad Ali Othman school, east of the city.
Field sources confirmed that 13 Houthis were killed in the eastern front of the city of Taiz, after they tried to infiltrate the army and resistance positions in the vicinity of the Muhammad Ali Othman School, while the militias bombed the Al-Kawkab site in Al-Qobaytah with a drone.
In Hodeidah, on the western coast, the joint forces managed to extinguish the sources of Houthi fire that was targeting the Dakhnan area in the southwest of the city of Al-Duraihimi, which resulted in the destruction of artillery, killing and wounding a number of Houthis who were in the targeted area.
The militias set fire to two trucks loaded with oil derivatives in the Dar al-Sabie area, southwest of Hays, after truck drivers refused to pay levies to the Houthi elements in the points located in the areas under their control, as they fired on the two trucks, which led to their burning with what they were carrying of derivatives.
And renewed clashes between the joint Yemeni forces and militias, in the Jabaliya sector of Al-Tuhayat District, and east of Al-Hodeidah city, in which various types of heavy and medium weapons were used.
• 300 Houthi militia members were killed and wounded, including prominent field commanders, in the Kassara front battles in Marib.
• The coalition fighters were targeted by a series of Houthi reinforcements, and combat vehicles were stationed on the outskirts of the Al-Khadra area.
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