Houthi militia suffocates the Yemeni currency

Houthi militia suffocates the Yemeni currency.

A recent World Bank report warned of the repercussions of the Houthi militia banning the circulation of the national currency on the economy in Yemen.

The report “The most recent economic developments in Yemen”, issued by the World Bank on January 28, said that the militia measures in Sana’a, with regard to the local currency, had caused devastating effects on the Yemeni economy at all levels.

It also indicated that the withdrawal of the Houthi militia from the new version of banknotes issued by the Central Bank in Aden had caused a payment crisis, which had exacerbated the humanitarian situation.

The report pointed out that this measure reflected the most negative impact on individuals and small companies. It stressed that the Houthi war on the new currency will further fragment the Yemeni economy, pointing out that the liquidity crisis is in fact linked to the basic indicators of the macroeconomy and the inconsistent financial monetary policies in the country.

In addition, the report stressed that the repercussions that have emerged recently due to the arbitrary actions of the Houthi militia against the circulation of new categories of the Yemeni currency, such as differences in exchange rates, worsening inflation and lack of liquidity, are major steps in the path of destroying the Yemeni economy.

Since last December, the revolutionaries imposed a new ban on dealing with the new categories of the national currency in their areas of control, and they launched a massive campaign of shops and merchants looting, which aggravated the humanitarian situation and pushed towards a new increase in prices and a record variation in exchange rates and commissions of internal transfers.

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19 Houthis were killed in Al-Jouf and field progress in Taiz

19 Houthis were killed in Al-Jouf and field progress in Taiz

At least 19 Houthi militia members were killed and others wounded, on Tuesday, in battles with the Yemeni National Army in the Sakiya Front in Al-Jouf Governorate, northeastern Yemen.

The Media Center of the Yemeni Armed Forces said in a statement that the National Army soldiers had brought a group of Houthi militia members to a reef in the Sakiya Front, north of the Yam Mountains, in the early morning hours, and had killed 19 members and wounded other members.

A military source said that the clashes coincided with the artillery shelling and raids of the Legitimate Support Alliance targeting militia reinforcements and gatherings, stressing that the raids resulted in the destruction of the BMB vehicle and the death and injury of militia members.

In this context, the sources confirmed that, on Tuesday evening, coalition aircraft launched several raids on Houthi militia groups in the Al-Ghail area of ??Al-Jawf Governorate.

The Yemeni army said in its statement that the militias incurred heavy losses during the battles in al-Jawf fronts during the past days, revealing that the losses exceeded 80 dead and dozens of wounded.

The Yemeni army forces managed, on Tuesday, to make significant progress on the western front of the city of Taiz after heavy fighting against the Houthis.

The Yemeni Armed Forces’ media center said that the National Army forces fought fierce battles against the Houthi coup militia in the Al-Dabab Front, west of Taiz, and they were able to liberate Tabab al-Thiab, al-Mudhaid, al-Qa’s, al-Zuhur, and al-Zahir, amid a major collapse in the militia ranks. It pointed out that controlling these hills represents strategic progress and helps the national army from fiery control over the black hill and the retreat level that is under the control of the Houthi militias.

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756 Houthi militia violations against civilians within a month

765 Houthi violations against civilians within a month

The Yemeni Network for Rights and Freedoms has documented 756 cases of violations committed by the Houthi militia in various Yemeni governorates between December 10, 2019, and January 10, 2020.

The human rights network said in a report on Monday, “The violations that we documented divided between direct killing, arbitrary detention, enforced disappearance, planting mines, sniping crimes, the explosion of projectiles and mortars, and storming and blowing up residential houses, government, and private buildings and facilities.”

The report added that the field monitoring and documentation team recorded 46 deaths, including 7 women, and 13 children, pointing out that landmines planted by the Houthi militia had caused 17 deaths.

He stated that during the same period, the number of civilian casualties reached 76 civilians, including 16 women, and 19 children, noting that landmines planted by the Houthi militia had injured 27 civilians, including children and women.

He explained that the team documented 8 cases of killing as a result of direct gunfire, 5 cases of killing due to sniping, in addition to 6 cases of killing as a result of indiscriminate shelling of populated neighborhoods, in addition to one case of torture to death, 4 cases of liquidation and field executions, and 3 cases of irreversible killings The shells fired by the Houthi militia are random.

The report indicated that Ibb Governorate topped the list of violations with 13 murders, followed by Al-Dhalea governorate with 7 murders, Al-Jouf Governorate 6 cases, Al-Hodeidah Governorate 6 cases, Taiz Governorate 4 murders, Al-Bayda Governorate and Dhamar with 3 murders in each of them, and the Capital Secretariatwitnessed Two deaths, in addition to another case in Sana’a Governorate, in addition to one case in Saada Governorate.

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A Houthi militia leader kills two brothers and wounds

Collapse among the Houthis east of Sanaa

Local residents said that a leader in the Houthi militia fired two brothers in the Yemeni capital, Sanaa, and killed them, while their third brother was seriously wounded.

And local news sites reported that the Houthi leader, Ibrahim Al-Zubayri, shot the two brothers, Ibrahim and Rajeh, who were killed instantly, while their third brother was wounded.

The residents explained that the Houthi militia leader, who hails from Harf Sufyan district, in Amran governorate, north of Sanaa, committed the crime because the victims refused to rent him their plots of land.

According to residents, the Zubairian killer not only fired live ammunition at the three brothers, who defended their land; rather, he prevented their rescue and threatened anyone who tried to help them to shoot him.

The photojournalist Nabil Al-Azouri said in a tweet on Twitter, “A Houthi leader from Harf Sufyan in Amran Governorate killed a man, along with his brother, and wounded their third member of the same family.”

Al-Azuri explained that the reason the Houthi leader committed this crime was because of their refusal to lease their floors to him on Al-Nasr Street in Saan. He pointed out that “Ibrahim, his sister’s husband, was killed on his land, and left behind three children.”

The Houthi coup and their control over the state led to the formation of a large financial empire, through which they sought to trade lands and buy them from citizens with imaginary amounts and sometimes by force of arms, taking advantage of the difficult conditions experienced by citizens and salary cuts for the fourth year in a row.

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Houthi launched a violent bombing of residential neighborhoods in Al-Hodeidah

Six houthi is dead in Yemeni army forces

On Thursday evening, the Houthi militia targeted residential neighborhoods and locations of joint forces in a number of Hodeidah regions, western Yemen, as part of its daily violations of the UN truce ceasefire.

The military media said to the joint forces, that the Houthi militia opened fire with machine guns and targeted residential neighborhoods and separate neighborhoods in the city of Hays, south of Hodeidah.

Local sources said that the militia opened heavy machine gun fire from the east and north of the city center of Hays, using the Becca and Doshka weapons extensively. The sources added that the militias targeted homes in separate neighborhoods of the city, which led to the spread of panic among the population, especially women and children. Militias also targeted the homes and farms of the people south of the center of Al-Tahita district, south of Hodeidah, with heavy mortars and medium weapons.

The Houthi militia continues its violations of the UN-sponsored truce of 2018 under the Stockholm Agreement, which stipulates a ceasefire. Since then hundreds of civilians have been killed and injured as a result of the targeting and bombing of Houthi militias in residential neighborhoods in various districts of Al-Hodeidah, in the face of international silence.

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Yemeni army destroys Houthi militias’ reinforcements, north of Naham

Houthi militia north of the Gershb mountain range of the Directorate of Neham

On Tuesday, the National Army artillery demolished assemblies and reinforcements belonging to the Houthi militia, north of the Nahham district (east of Sanaa), and inflicted great human and material losses.

A military source told the media center of the armed forces, that the National Army artillery destroyed combat mechanisms and military groups carrying human reinforcements belonging to the Houthi militia north of the Gershb mountain range of the Directorate of Neham, and the bombing destroyed them and killed all those on board.

The National Army is fighting fierce battles against the Houthi coup militias along the fighting fronts in the Nahham district for the fifth consecutive day, during which it managed to liberate a number of strategic sites, the last of which is the Gerges mountain range.

The source confirmed that the continuous battles resulted in dozens of deaths, injuries and prisoners among the Houthi militias, including field leaders, in addition to large losses in combat equipment. It pointed out that the battles are still continuing, amid the steady progress of the National Army, and confusion among the Houthi militias, following the strong and surprising strikes.

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Yemeni army destroys Houthi militias’ reinforcements, north of Naham

National Army is fighting fierce battles against the Houthi coup militias along the fighting fronts in the Nahham district for the fifth consecutive day

On Tuesday, the National Army artillery demolished assemblies and reinforcements belonging to the Houthi militia, north of the Naham district (east of Sanaa), and inflicted great human and material losses.

A military source told the media center of the armed forces, that the National Army artillery destroyed combat mechanisms and military groups carrying human reinforcements belonging to the Houthi militia north of the Gershb mountain range of the Directorate of Neham, and the bombing destroyed them and killed all those on board.

The National Army is fighting fierce battles against the Houthi coup militias along the fighting fronts in the Nahham district for the fifth consecutive day, during which it managed to liberate a number of strategic sites, the last of which is the Gerges mountain range.

The source confirmed that the continuous battles resulted in dozens of deaths, injuries and prisoners among the Houthi militias, including field leaders, in addition to large losses in combat equipment. It pointed out that the battles are still continuing, amid the steady progress of the National Army, and confusion among the Houthi militias, following the strong and surprising strikes.

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The death squad leader killed in Naham ! and his group captured

Houthi leader Yahya Muhammad Nasser Fadil, the recruiting official in the Naham front, along with dozens of Houthi militias’ elements

Yemeni military sources reported, on Tuesday  that the so-called “battalion of death” of the Houthi militia was handed over to the National Army after the killing of its leader Jaber al-Muayyad, and the Houthi leader Yahya Muhammad Nasser Fadil, the recruiting official in the Naham front, along with dozens of Houthi militias’ elements.

The sources also confirmed that the remaining elements of the Houthi battalion were handed over to the Yemeni army after confrontations that lasted for more than thirty hours, in the axis of Maymana Nahm, during which the battalion was surrounded and forced to surrender.

This devastating blow came to the Houthi militia in Naham, after the Yemeni army achieved many victories on that front. On Monday evening, the media center of the Yemeni Armed Forces announced in a statement that “the national army managed to liberate a mountain range in the starboard of the Nahham front east of the capital, which was under the control of the Houthi militia, pointing to the army’s continued progress in the midst of desertion and a great collapse in the ranks of the revolutionaries.”

The Center also published a video of some of the battles the Yemeni army is waging against the Houthis in Naham. It is noteworthy that the Yemeni army announced, on Sunday, that it had executed a successful solicitation of militia groups in the Huraib area of ??Nahham Front, during which the coupists had lost more than 13 members, including the commander of the groups called Abu Thabit al-Hashemi, while the rest of them escaped.

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The Yemeni army attacks the Houthi positions east of Sanaa

Houthi leaders killed in an internal fighting at yemen

The Yemeni army launched a massive attack on sites controlled by the Houthi militia in the Nahham district, east of the capital, Sanaa. With the support of the Legitimacy Support Alliance,

The Media Center of the Yemeni Armed Forces said, in a statement, on Saturday, that the army had launched a large-scale attack on the positions of the Houthi militias along the fronts of the Nahham district (Al-Maymanah – Al-Mayasra- the heart of the Nahham Front).

The statement quoted a military source as saying, “The attack started since the dawn of Friday, and the battles are still going on until now,” stressing that dozens of dead and wounded militia members have fallen to the west of the Daba`a region and to the west of the Bayad mountain range.

The artillery of the National Army and coalition fighters targeted the gatherings and reinforcements of the militias in the Al-Madawir area and the west of the Qutubin junction, as a result of which killed and wounded militia and destroyed two sets and an armored vehicle.

The Yemeni legitimate forces control most of the parts of the Nahham district, the eastern gate of the capital, Sana’a, which exceeds 1841 square kilometers (four times the area of ??the capital, i.e. it is four times larger than the area of ??the capital itself), and its geography is characterized by rugged mountain ranges overlooking directly the capital. Alongside “Naham”, the Directorate of Arhab, the northern gate of the capital (together they make up one third of the entire Sanaa governorate), the governorates of Ma’rib and Al-Jawf (northeast of Sanaa), and the Bani Hushaish District, the first areas of the capital, and with its important strategic location, military observers believe that completing its liberation will be the battle of “Sanaa” The latter against the Houthi militia.

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Destruction of weapons and fortifications of the Houthis in Saada

Yemeni army, supported by the Legitimacy Support Coalition, is engaged in extensive military operations in more than 8 combat hubs in the Houthi stronghold of Saada districts

The Yemeni army announced the destruction of weapons and fortifications of the Houthi militia in the district of Razih, west of Saada Governorate, the far north of the country, and the killing of a number of revolutionaries who were present at the targeted locations.

“The army’s air defenses destroyed heavy weaponry of the militias stationed in the Bani Moein Mountains and the strategic tails in the Directorate of Razih,” said Brigadier Fares Yahya al-Rabadi, commander of the 7th Brigade of the Frontier.

“The army artillery destroyed the fortifications of the militias, in addition to targeting the movements of its members in Swar Al-Asfal and other places in the Bani Mu’in area,” he added, explaining that targeting the Houthis’ fortifications and movements came after defining the locations of their heavy weapons and monitoring their movements, in addition to the deaths and injuries of the Houthis present in The targeted sites, according to a statement published by the media center of the Yemeni Armed Forces. It is noteworthy that the Yemeni army, supported by the Legitimacy Support Coalition, is engaged in extensive military operations in more than 8 combat hubs in the Houthi stronghold of Saada districts.

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