Houthi leaders conduct dangerous experiments in the port of Hodeidah
The leaders of the Huthi militia carried out live tests of dangerous marine mines Tuesday in the ports of the province of Hodeidah in western Yemen.
The leaders of the Houthi militia, backed by Iran’s Mohammad Ali al-Houthi and Abu Ali al-Hakim, faced last April experts from the so-called Lebanese Hezbollah by blowing up 3 naval mines at the Ras Issa oil port north of the province.
The militia conducted a similar experiment in the region of Arj.
The Al-Houthi militia continues to cultivate and plunder the lands that are densely populated with civilians in different parts of the country, causing the deaths of hundreds of unarmed civilians
Sea mines planted by the Houthi militia have killed dozens of fishermen in the West Coast, the worst damage caused by these mines is the cessation of fishing in many areas, starving thousands of families who depend on fishing to death.