A large houthis attack thwarted on the directorate of Hays

: Yemeni fighters loyal to President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi fight against Al-Houthi rebels in Taiz,Yemen

Yemeni forces thwarted a large-scale offensive by the Houthi coup militia against Hays district, south of Hodeida province, west of Yemen, on Sunday. The armed groups belonging to the militia, loyal to Iran, attacked the joint sites northwest of the Directorate, using heavy and medium weapons and artillery shells, said the military media of the joint forces. the joint forces engaged for hours with militia elements of various types of weapons, and were able to respond to the Houthi attack. The militia suffered heavy losses in the equipment and lives, where a number of militiamen were killed and others were injured, while the rest of the elements escaped, according to a military media statement.

The attack by the Houthi militia on the Directorate of Hays, hours after the launch of missiles and drones on the city of Mokha destroyed by defenses of the Coalition to support legitimacy in the sky of the city.
In the same context, Houthi militias targeted joint forces positions in the mountainous area of ??the Directorate of Tahita south of Hodeidah with various weapons and artillery shells.
A military source in the field reported that the militias targeted the positions of joint forces in the region with heavy mortar shells 120 caliber at different times, on Sunday.
This great Houthi escalation confirms the lack of seriousness of the militia in the commitment to the UN peace process and its attempt to torpedo the Swedish agreement, including a cease-fire in the west coast of Yemen. Those are ongoing violations on which the United Nations is silent about said the military media of the joint forces.
 
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Griffiths: Riyadh agreement paves the way for a comprehensive peace process in Yemen

Riyadh agreement paves the way for a comprehensive peace process in Yemen

The United Nations envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, on Friday thanked Saudi Arabia for its role in reaching a Riyadh agreement between the Yemeni government and the transitional council.

“The Riyadh agreement paves the way for a comprehensive peace process in Yemen,” Griffiths said during a briefing on Yemen at the UN Security Council. He believed that the signing of this agreement “confirms the existence of leaders capable of making changes to ensure the stability of Yemen,” and appreciated the efforts of Saudi Arabia and the UN, which contributed to the success of the agreement.

Griffiths added: “Yemen needed leaders capable of making change. The Riyadh agreement signed between the government and the Southern Transitional Council is a confirmation of the presence of these leaders.
“The pace of war in Yemen has fallen considerably over the past two weeks,” Griffiths said.

Griffiths also pointed to “positive signs of the implementation of the Hodeida agreement” between the legitimacy and the Houthis, after the establishment of UN observation points in the city. He stressed that Hodeidah witnessed a decrease in military and security escalation, stressing that “security incidents in Hodeidah decreased by 40%.”

Griffiths also praised the government’s positive steps that helped bring oil derivatives ships into Hodeidah ports. However, he expressed concern “about Houthi’s restriction of UN team freedom in Hodeidah.”

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Al-Iryani: Sanaa will soon join the revolution against iran

Al-Iryani: Sanaa will soon join the revolution against iran

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani said that the capital Sana’a and the rest of the areas controlled by the Houthi militias will not be immune from the rebellions in Iran, Iraq and Lebanon.

The Yemeni Minister of Information tweeted on his page on Sunday evening, that the popular protests that swept the Iranian provinces after the uprisings of Iraq and Lebanon confirm the impasse suffered by the Iranian regime and the fall of his plans to dominate the region.

He stressed that this is an inevitable result of the failed policies adopted by the Iranian regime .

Al-Iryani pointed out that Yemen will not be immune from the rebellions of the popular uprising in the region

Al-Iryani pointed out that Yemen will not be immune from the rebellions of the popular uprising in the region, centered on confronting Iranian policies that have produced failure internally, chaos and terrorism externally.

He added: “The Yemeni people in the capital Sanaa and the rest of the areas controlled by the # houthismilitia will not remain inactive and will soon join this uprising.”Protests have escalated dramatically in Iran’s cities over the government’s resort to higher fuel prices.

Although protests erupted over fuel prices, the demonstrators chanted slogans condemning Iran’s interventions in Iraq and Lebanon and spending money on neighboring countries to createconomic crises.

Protesters burned statues and pictures of Khomeini and other symbols of the regime, attacked government and Revolutionary Guards headquarters and burned banks and several municipalities.

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Government of Yemen: We will return to Aden soon under the Riyadh agreement

We will return to Aden soon under the Riyadh agreement

Yemen’s cabinet said on Thursday that arrangements for the return of the legitimate government to the interim capital of Aden under the Riyadh agreement signed with the Southern Transitional Council “are under way in coordination with brothers in Saudi Arabia.”

The cabinet aso said that logistical arrangements supervised by the coalition leadership are nearing completion and the government will be in Aden very soon, pointing out the government’s keenness to ensure the successful implementation of the Riyadh agreement as it establishes a new phase of normalization of the situation in the liberated areas and to unify efforts to confront the Iranian Houthi project in Yemen.

This came in a statement issued by a meeting of the Yemeni Council of Ministers, in Riyadh, to review the directives of President Hadi on the implementation of the Riyadh agreement.

The Yemeni President directed the ministries and the concerned authorities both to take the necessary measures in an urgent and immediate manner to implement what is related to them in the agreement, affirming the government’s commitment to implement in accordance with the specified time plans and contribute to the success of the agreement.

In its statement, the Yemeni government reiterated that the Riyadh agreement represents a major step towards redressing the imbalances that accompanied the liberation of most of Yemen’s territory from Houthi militias, and uniting efforts to accelerate the completion of the aborting of the Iranian project in Yemen.

it also appreciated the Saudi role under the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khaled bin Salman in supporting Yemen and its people in various circumstances.

The Yemeni Cabinet condemned the continued military escalation of Houthi militias and their repeated violations of the UN truce in the western province of Hodeidah.

The cabinet stressed that the silence on these escalations and violations encourages the Houthi militias to continue to torpedo efforts to bring peace and disavow its obligations to the international community in the implementation of the Stockholm Agreement.

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Hodeidah: Houthi escalation and warnings of torpedoing the UN truce

Houthi escalation and warnings of torpedoing the UN truce

The Houthi militias continue military escalation on the fronts of Hodeidah and the west coast of Yemen, where they resumed shelling and targeting in Duraimi and al-Jajah, following similar operations in the same district, al-Jah, al-Tahita, al-Faza and Hayes.

On Saturday evening, Houthi militias bombed joint forces positions in the mountainous area of the Tahita district south of Hodeidah with heavy artillery shells.

The media center of the Giants Brigades said in a statement that the militias launched a heavy shelling with heavy mortar shells of 120 caliber hit the positions of joint forces stationed in the area.

Joint forces positions in the Duraimi district south of Hodeidah were targeted with medium, machine-gun and sniper weapons in different areas of the Directorate, according to field sources.

In addition, the joint forces’ positions in different areas of al-Jah were bombarded and targeted with heavy and medium weapons, along with the escalation of shelling and targeting by militias in the coastal areas of Al-Faza, west of Al-Tahita and Al-Jajah district of Beit Al-Faqih Directorate.

The spokesman for the Joint Forces, Colonel Waddah Al-Dabeish, said that the pro-Iranian Houthi militias are still practicing their treacherous, cowardly and malicious manner, in procrastinating and disavowing previous agreements, even with regard to the five observation points announced by the Indian General Abhijit Guha during the period 19. October 23, 2019.

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Yemen’s Prime Minister: There is no sincere engagement for peace on the Houthi side

There is no sincere engagement for peace on the Houthi side

Yemen’s legitimate prime minister said that the Houthi coup militia’s continued military escalation and repeated breach of the UN truce in the western province of Hodeidah, despite the deployment of UN observation points is an indication that it is not serious in bowing to peace and defying the local and international will to end the suffering. Caused by the coup against the legitimate authority in late 2014.

He reiterated the government’s keenness to achieve peace, but added, “ At the same time, it will not hesitate and with the support of the brotherhood-led Coalition for the Support of Legitimacy in Saudi Arabia to protect citizens from oppression and militia violations in implementation of the agenda of its supporters in Tehran, ” according to the official Yemeni News Agency.

The Yemeni Prime Minister stressed that the recent targeting of Houthi militias by the MSF International Hospital in Al-Mukha city and the previous targeting of humanitarian missions are war crimes that should not be tolerated by the international community.

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Al-Iryani: Houthi practices can ignite a popular revolution

Al-Iryani: Houthi practices can ignite a popular revolution

Yemeni Information Minister Muammar al-Iryani accused Iranian-backed Houthi militias of practicing “the most heinous forms of exploitation and trading in religion to kill Yemenis’ and achieve malicious political goals.”

He stressed that these practices “will ignite the spark of the popular revolution in the hijacked capital Sanaa and areas of control,”.

Al-Iryani added that “the Houthi militias since their coup against power and national consensus have used the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet of mercy, love and peace, Sayyidina Muhammad peace be upon him to devote the state of division and mobilization of fighters and instill a culture of death, hatred and terrorism among their elements,” according to a statement published by the official Yemeni News Agency .

He criticized the Houthi militias spendingsof tens of billions to commemorate religious occasions, while refusing to pay the salaries of employees in areas under its control for years under the pretext of scarcity of resources.

He pointed out that the lights and banners hung by the militias in the streets of Sana’a cost billions of looted riyals, which he said “will not feed hungry and will not cover naked and will not cover the crimes of militias and beautify its ugly face in front of the world.”

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Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

Iranian turns Hodeidah into a Houthi terror center

The governor of Yemen’s Hodeidah, Dr. Hassan Taher, has revealed that Iranian experts, who run Houthi militia operations, have turned Hodeida into a center for terrorist operations targeting regional waters, as well as smuggling weapons and drugs.

In a press statement the governor of Hodeidah said that “the battle inside Yemen is being managed from Hodeidah, after the mullahs experts moved the center of operations from Saada and Sanaa there since the signing of the Stockholm agreement, which the militias refuse to implement.”

The governor added that the Iranians and Houthis are exploiting the northern coasts of Hodeidah, represented by the coasts of Al-Duha, Al-Beard and Zaidi, in smuggling operations, pointing out that fishing ports have become smuggling centers for weapons and drugs.

He pointed out that the militias used medium naval boats led by Yemeni sailors and flying the flag of an African country to introduce a fertilizer shipment containing 46% of urea used in the manufacture of mines and explosives, it was coming from Iran on its way to the Houthis north of Hodeidah

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UN: Control points have reduced violence in Hodeidah

Control points have reduced violence in Hodeidah

The United Nations said that the moves by the deployment teams headed by Indian General Abhijit Goha contributed significantly to reduce the level of violence in the province of Hodeidah in western Yemen.

The UN mission, said in a statement on Saturday night that the recent inauguration of five checkpoints on the front lines of fighting in Hodeidah has contributed to a marked reduction in the level of violence on the ground.

He commended the commitment of the parties to work through the truce mechanism and the strengthening of the ceasefire, which began last September on the UNSMIL vessel.

However, the statement drew attention to reports over the past few days of incidents involving new fortifications, troop movements and the use of drones “all contrary to the ceasefire agreements between the parties,” in reference to recent attacks by Houthi militias on one of them. By the march of the MSF hospital in Mocha.

General Guha called on both parties in Yemen to continue their engagement “jointly and in a spirit of goodwill” through the truce mechanism and the strengthening of the ceasefire to deal with incidents that may constitute an escalation of violence in Hodeidah.

He also underscored UNAMI’s commitment to support the Hodeidah Agreement in continuing to support the work of the parties through the mechanism. The Head of the UN Mission reiterated his call on the parties to desist from any actions that contradict the Stockholm Agreement.

The Hudaydah and West Coast fronts are witnessing a growing Houthi military escalation, including field and combat developments, attacks and bombardments, according to Yemeni joint forces.

On Saturday, Houthi militias resumed shelling and targeting in al-Duraimi and al-Jajah, following similar operations in the same district, al-Jah, al-Tahita and al-Faza area in al-Hudaydah province, west of Yemen, as part of their ongoing breaches of the UN truce.

The Yemeni joint forces, on the west coast, have warned of a Houthi plot to torpedo the peace process and the UN truce in Hodeidah.

The spokesman for the Joint Forces, Colonel Waddah Al-Dabeish, said that the pro-Iranian Houthi militias continue to practice their treacherous, cowardly and malicious tactics in procrastinating and repudiating any previous agreements, even with regard to the five observation points announced by the Indian General Abhijit Guha during the period 19. October 23, 2019.

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Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: “Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel”

Iran-backed Houthi leader threatens Israel: "Yemeni people will not hesitate to declare jihad to Israel"

Houthi leader in Yemen, Abd al-Malek al-Houthi, delivered a speech on Saturday in the media affiliated with the pro-Iranian militia. The speech was broadcast on the occasion of maWeld a-Nabi, the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad, and Al-Houthi also used it to threaten Israel, mainly in the light of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s comments on the missile. launched by Iran from Yemen.

Al-Houthi spoke directly to Netanyahu, citing “repeated statements by Zionist war criminals, led by the criminal Jew Netanyahu, who described Yemen as a threat to Israel and is trying to link it to Iran. “.

In this regard, he said: “We stress that our hostile position as an entity is a fundamental position, human and committed, according to religion,” said Al-Houthi, adding that “the Yemeni people will not hesitate not to declare jihad against Israel “. It is in case Israel does a “stupid act” in Yemen.

Al-Houthi said that the Yemeni people would never withdraw from their position on matters relating to the Islamic nation and at the center of the Palestinian question, referring to Israel as the enemy of Islam and opposition to Americans.

Regarding the protests in Iraq and Lebanon, the leader of the Yemeni militia said: “The Arab people must exercise caution and cooperate to resolvetheir problems, so that no enemy like Iraq and Lebanon will declare itself. “

The Houthi leader also said that “the United States and Israel are satisfied with what is happening in Lebanon, which reveals their position and their role in these events”.

Iran has recently learned that it has launched accurate missiles capable of hitting Israel. The missiles would be able to hit targets in Israel with a range of accuracy of 5 to 10 meters.

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