The Yemeni army announced its readiness to launch a military operation in Al-Jouf

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The Yemeni army announced its readiness to launch a massive military operation against the Houthi coup militia in Al-Jawf Governorate, northeast of the country.

“The army forces are working on measures to organize the battle to carry out military operations with high combat readiness and moral readiness to liberate Al-Jawf, and set out towards the capital, Sanaa, and the rest of the regions,” said Yemeni army spokesman, Brigadier Abdo Majali.

He affirmed in statements carried by the official website of the Yemeni army, that “Al-Jouf will remain hard to break and submit and will not accept the rule of the Houthi militia.”

The Yemeni army spokesman vowed the Houthis a “harsh response”, due to their crimes against citizens, their displacement from their homes, the looting of their properties, the burning of shops and the disruption of life in the city.

For his part, the Yemeni governor of Al-Jawf, Major General Amin al-Okimi, affirmed that “Al-Jouf Governorate is fine, and will remain so thanks to the sacrifices of the heroes of the armed forces and all the people of the province.”

The Governor of Al-Jawf called on the citizens in the areas under the control of the Houthi militia, to preserve their children and not to be fooled by the lies of the militia, which seeks to drag their children to their destructive incinerators on the front lines.

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The Yemeni army attacks the Houthi positions east of Sanaa

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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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The Yemeni army controls new locations in the Houthi stronghold

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The Yemeni army forces announced, on Monday, that they had taken control of new sites in the Al-Thabit area of ??the Qataber District in Saada Governorate, the main stronghold of the Houthi militia, in the far north of the country.

The Yemen Falcons Brigade’s commander, Brigadier General Ahmed Al-Tarifi, said that the National Army forces took control of the “Al-Rabba” hill and some other hills overlooking “Wadi Jalal”, which is adjacent to the Al-Thabit market, after the Houthi militia was defeated and dozens of its members were killed and wounded, according to the Yemeni News Agency.

“The battles that took place between the army and the militia using various weapons resulted in the killing of five Houthis, including a field leader named “Abu Ali”, while others fled, leaving a number of light and medium weapons and a lot of ammunition.” Said Brigadier General Al-Tarifi.

He stressed that the liberation process is continuing in the Al-Thabet axis and will proceed at a regular pace until the militia is defeated, starting from its stronghold in Saada Governorate and reaching the rest of the Yemeni provinces under the authority of the Iranian-backed terrorist group. The Yemeni army, supported by the coalition forces, is engaged in extensive military operations in more than 8 combat axes in the Houthi stronghold of the districts of Saada Governorate.

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