Houthis Militias bombard joint forces positions in Tahita, south of Hodeidah

Houthis Militias bombard joint forces positions in Tahita

The Houthi coup militia on Friday shelled the positions of the joint forces east of Tahita district, south of Hodeidah province.

According to military sources on the ground the Houthi militias bombed joint forces positions with heavy mortar artillery caliber 120 and heavy artillery Hauser.

The sources added that the militias targeted other positions of the joint forces using various types of heavy and medium weapons

The Houthi militias continue their daily shelling on joint forces positions in Hodeidah as part of their military escalation and continued violations of the UN ceasefire in Hodeida

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Houthis bombard Hays south of Hodeidah

Houthis bombard Hays south of Hodeidah

The Houthi terrorist militias continued their daily violations of the UN truce in Hais district, south of Hodeidah governorate, targeting the joint forces’ positions with heavy artillery shells and medium weapons.

According to a military field source the Houthi militias fired heavy artillery shells towards the positions of joint forces north of the Directorate of Hais.

The militia opened fire with medium weapons at the joint forces’ positions with Pika, 14.5, 12.7 and other machine-guns, the source said.

It is noteworthy that the Houthi breaches of the UN truce are continuing in various areas and directorates of the province of Hodeidah, and refuses to abide by the terms of the Swedish agreement, which includes an immediate ceasefire in Hodeidah.

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The Houthi use kidnapped civilians as human shields

Houthi use kidnapped civilians

Yemen’s Houthi militia has moved 400 abductees from the central prison in Sanaa to a military site expected to be targeted by air strikes, said yesterday the organization of the kidnapped’smothers,a nongovernmental organization.

The association revealed in an urgent statement, that the Houthi militias, made the kidnapped civilians wear military uniforms of the Air Force and transferred them to the Central Security Camp in the area of Sab’een, after making them believe in the central prison that they will be released.

The association blamed the Houthi militia for the lives of the abductees after they were transferred to a military area, which had previously been hit by airstrikes. The Association said: “We have previously lost dozens of our abductedandkidnapped children after their detention in the military police in Sana’a and the prison of the Community College in Dhamar.”

In its statement, the Association appealed to the Red Cross, the United Nations and human rights organizations to quickly take action and save the lives of the abductees and kidnapped innocent civilians and release them.

Thousands of abducted civilians, including more than ten journalists, have been in Houthi jails for more than four years. According to official statistics, the number of abductees in Houthi prisons exceeds 6,000 abductees and detainees.

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The houthis attacks the representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen

the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen

Yemeni Minister of Information Muammar al-Iryani on Saturday condemned the Houthi coup’s attack on the representative of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in Yemen, Al-Obaid Ahmed Al-Obaid.

Al-Iryani, in a series of tweets published on Twitter on Tuesday, strongly condemned the Iranian-backed Houthi militia expel ofthenthe international official in charge of the human rights in Yemen, and to withdraw his travel permit and force his plane to take off minutes after landing at Sanaa International Airport

He also stated that the attack came against the backdrop of a report that highlighted militia abuses, including sexual violence against women in Houthi detention centers.

He called on the Yemeni Minister of Information, the United Nations and the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to announce the facts to the world and international public opinion about this insidious act, and not to cover up the crimes of the Houthi militia and not to bow to its repressive practices, even against officials of the United Nations and international human rights organizations.

UN officials revealed that after the arrival of the UNHCR representative, Al-Obaid Ahmed Al-Obaid, in Sanaa on Monday, security officers from the Houthi militia boarded the plane, took his passport , and ordered the pilot to leave.

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Houthi militia´s fake allegations

Houthi militia´s fake allegations

Iran’s al-Houthi militiais promoting untrue allegations aimed at misleading international and regional public opinion, a spokesman for the Alliance for Supporting Legitimacy in Yemen said on Monday.

Maliki said during a press conference, that the Iranian Houthi militias tried to circumvent the units of the National Army, but the coalition forces foiled the attempt.

He pointed out that one of the most important threats to regional and international security is the threat of Houthi militias, using weapons, especially ballistic missiles and drones.

The threat of IranianHouthi militias also includes shipping lines and international trade in the Bab al-MandabStrait and the southern RedSea, he said.

Al-Maliki pointed out that the Houthi militias did not abide by the Stockholm agreement, especially its three understandings with regard to prisoners and ports, including the port of Hodeidah.

A spokesman for the Coalition to Support Legitimacy said that the Iranian Houthi militias are still continuing to threaten maritime navigation and international trade.

He stressed that the coalition plays an important role in neutralizing the houthis, saying: “We are working 24 hours to neutralize the threat of drones and speedboats, especiallyfromHodeidah.”

Al-Maliki showed pictures of targeting coalition forces and workshops to manufacture booby-trapped boats belonging to the Houthi militias on the Yemeni coasts.

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UAE fights terrorism in Yemen

UAE fights

A British researcher praised the efforts of the Transitional Council in combating terrorism in Yemen with the support of the UAE, pointing out that al-Qaeda has benefited from the corruption of the regime in marketing itself in the country.

“There is a relationship between the government and terrorism, and there are beneficiaries of the continuation of war and terrorism,” Elizabeth Kandle, a researcher at Oxford University, said in a seminar on terrorism at UN headquarters in Geneva.

Kandel spoke of her experience in Hadramout, which she visited during al-Qaeda’s control of the coast of Hadramaut in southern Yemen, and how “terrorist organizations have exploited the corruption of the country’s governance system to market itself and control it by providing services to people in those areas.”

She also praised the efforts of the Transitional Council and the Southern Resistance in the fight against terrorism, supported by the United Arab Emirates, but warned of the danger of terrorist organizations using children and women.

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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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The head of the Aden Center for Studies and Research explained to the press how  the UAE has played a leading role in fighting terrorism, starting with building the capacity of the Yemeni security forces and providing them with the necessary support to carry out their tasks in confronting Al-Qaeda and ISIS elements.

It has largely prevented the threat of terrorism from the liberated provinces, as well as training thousands of soldiers through various security formations that have achieved qualitative victories in the war against terrorism.

He added that the branch of al-Qaeda in Yemen was a major threat to Yemen and to the entire region, its members were able to declare a number of cities of dark states, along with the emergence of ISIS and launching attacks and terrorist operations in the liberated governorates.

He pointed out that the UAE was proactive in achieving this  by training thousands of Yemeni forces and special formations to fight terrorism  and provide the necessary financial and military support to carry out their tasks.

These efforts contributed to the liberation of the city of Mukalla and the coast of Hadramout in April 2016 and defeating terrorism in the liberated governorates starting from Aden down to the governorates of Lahj, Abyan and Shabwa, where the danger of these terrorist elements in the strongest strongholds have ceased to pose a threat.

He pointed out that the UAE also committed to the success of the Stockholm Agreement and support the efforts of the United Nations for the success of the agreement, which received international consensus, pointing out that military movements in the battle of the West Coast and Hodeidah was the main factor in the talks in Sweden and forcing the Houthis to sign the agreement.

Yemeni security seized drugs before it reaches the Houthis

The security services in the province of Al-Jouf, northeast of Yemen, on Monday, seized quantities of cannabis drug, thatwas on its way to the Houthi militias.

The Yemeni army website quoted a security source saying that a security point seizedin  the road between the provinces of Al-Jawf and Hadramout, a truck carrying 295 kilograms of drugs.

He explained that the quantities of hashish were on their way to the theHouthisterrorists , in the capital Sana’a.

the Yemeni security services, frequently seize large shipments of hashish and drugs on the way to the provinces under the control of the Houthis, amid intelligence information confirmed the involvement of the Iranian regime in it.

Earlier, Yemeni authorities destroyed tons of drug cannabis after sporadic arrests of smuggling gangs belonging to the Huthi militia, which used drug trade to fund its war effort.

Ten soldiers killed and wounded in an al-Qaeda attack south of Yemen

Yemen Human Rights minister accused Houthis of violating ceasefire

A security source said that terrorists belonging to al-Qaeda, launched on Friday, an attack on a security point in the city of Abyan, southern Yemen, killing five soldiers and injuring others.

The source, who asked not to be named, told Presse that the security point was being followed by the security belt forces at Al-Hamr station in Al-Mahfad Directorate.

According to the source, the terrorists managed to escape, after the security forces spread in the region to find them.

Al-Qaeda elements are deployed in several areas of Abyan Governorate again, the province has been cleared of these elements after recent military operations.

In the past, al-Qaeda operatives have carried out numerous armed attacks in Abyan targeted elements of the army, security, and officials, leaving many dead and wounded.