6 Saudi soldiers killed in clashes with Houthis

6 Saudi soldiers killed in clashes with Houthis

Six Saudi soldiers were killed while fighting the Houthi militias in the border areas.they had died in the southern border, Jazan.

coverage of the funeral and condolences to the six soldiers, were published in various news, and media channels.

Lieutenant Falah bin Saeed al-Jarabie, first lieutenant Abdul Rahman bin Tariq al-Khalifa, agent Sergeant Saad bin Nasser al-Qahtani, soldier Mohammed bin Hassan Mujami, soldier JarallahHadi bin Mubarak al-Qahtani, and soldier Abdul Rahman bin Hussein Ali Daghririall died in the battle field.

The killing of the six soldiers, happened amid series of killings and attacks operated against army and civilians by the Houthi militias in the past days, in the area of Malaheit of the province of Saada, on the border with Saudi Arabia Jizan.

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A deadly Houthi rocket landed in Saada

Houthi rocket landed in Saada

Iran’s Houthi militia fired a ballistic missile from Amranprovince , a missile that landed inside the northern province of Saada, said the Arab Coalition for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen .

The spokesman of the Arab coalition, Col. Turki al-Maliki, said that the pro-Iranian Houthi militias continue to violate international humanitarian law and its rules by firing ballistic missiles on civilians and their properties.

Al-Maliki, the leadership of the joint forces of the coalition continues to take strict and deterrent measures to neutralize and destroy these ballistic missiles to protect civilians inside Yemen, and to protect and maintain regional and international security.

On Saturday, Saudi Arabia’s Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Adel al-Jubeir, stressed that the international community had a great responsibility to put an end to Iran’s aggressive and subversive actions and policies that shake the security and stability of the region.

The Saudi minister said that the Kingdom “has taken a defensive position, unlike Iran, which fired 260 Iranian-made ballistic missiles through its militias, and more than 150 drones.Iran established militias in the region and support terrorism,

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Many Houthi terrorists eliminated in Saada

terrorists eliminated in Saada

The Arab coalition fighter jets launched a series of raids on Houthi militias in the Naqqa front in al-Safra district, north of Saada province, the main Houthi stronghold.

Dozens of people were killed and wounded in the Houthi terrorist militia.
Field sources said that the coalition fighter jets targeted, during the past hours, sites and fortifications of the Houthi militias in Shaja and Al-Hammad square in the Directorate of asfar.

The militias use these sites as a gathering point, build up reinforcements, and store weapons, as a springboard to attack the army’s forces in Safra.
The air strikes were dense and concentrated, and achieved its goals with high accuracy, and was able to destroy a number of barracks and fortifications belonging to the Houthi and their caches of weapons

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Houthi missile dropped in Saada

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The Alliance supporting legitimacy in yemeninformed press that on Friday a ballistic missile fired by the pro-Iranian Houthi militia from Amran province fell in the northern province of Saada.

The joint command of the Arab coalition, said that the Houthis fired a ballistic missile from the Directorate of Harf Sufyan in Amran province.

Houthi militias have been firing rockets and drones into populated civilian areas in the south of the kingdom, but the Arab coalition has succeeded in intercepting most of them.

Some Houthi projectiles landed on civilian facilities and caused civilian casualties, as happened at the Abha International Airport Terminal in June, drawing Arab and international condemnation.

On Thursday, Coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Maliki announced the interception and downing of a drone fired by Iranian-backed terrorist Houthi militias towards civilian objects in Khamis Mushayt.

Yemeni National army controls new areas in Saada

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The Yemeni National Army, backed by the Arab Alliance, on Friday, controlled new areas in the Directorate of “Razih” in the province of Saada.
Military sources said that “the Yemeni army forces from the Arab coalition managed to control the new areas in the Directorate of Razih west of the province of Saada, amid the decline of large ranks of Houthi militias loyal to Iran.”
The sources explained that the army forces took full control of the areas of “Beit Hasran” and “Maatak Atom” and “Arisha”, and other sites in the Directorate.
The Yemeni army also controlled the positions of the pro- Iranian militias stationed in the areas of Al Zaher, Al Sharqa and the Health Unit in the same Directorate.
According to the military sources themselves, the control of these sites came after fierce confrontations by the army against the Houthi militias, whose elements fled towards Beni Moin and Al Ali, while the Arab coalition fighters
assigned these operations by targeting heavy weapons and sites and barracks.