Local news

Mon - 09 Sep 2019 - 02:44 AM ،،،


 At least 55 Houthis were killed, including senior field commanders, and a large number of them were injured in the military operation Breath Gasping led by the southern joint forces with the support of the Arab Coalition on al-Dhale fronts.

Field sources reported that several hospitals in Ibb and Dhamar provinces received dozens of dead and injured Houthi rebels due to the violent clashes in the north of al-Dhale over the past three days.

The Iran-backed Houthi putschist militia has recently increased its desperate attempts to sneak into the locations under the control of the southern joint forces in the northern parts of al-Dhale governorate, in particular in the district of Qataba, but all those attempts were doomed to fail.

The media centre of al-Dhale fronts published the names of three high-ranking field commanders of the pro-Iran militants killed in the armed confrontations with the southern joint forces; Lt. Col. Mohamed Naguib Ahmed Al-Hadeq (Abu Mikael), Colonel Sheikh Abdul Fattah Yahya Ahmed Samawi and  Colonel Sheikh / Mohammed Ali Nasser al-Miziji (Abu Murtada).