Navy officers free colleague, police station in Yemen’s Hodeidah from Houthi grip

Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Officers at the naval university in Hodeidah in western Yemen refused to carry out the orders of a Houthi supervisor on Tuesday in solidarity with their colleague who was assaulted and arrested by the militia.According to the Yemeni al-Khabar agency, a security source revealed that the navy officers refused to carry out the orders until the militia released their colleague who was arrested and assaulted on Monday at the al-Razaki police station by the Houthis.The source added that the militia ...

Saudi air defense forces intercept Houthi ballistic missile over Khamis Mushait

Saturday, 19 May 2018

Saudi air defense forces intercepted a Houthi ballistic missile targeting the city of Khamis Mushait south of the kingdom. Two missiles were fired by Houthi militias from inside Yemeni territories towards the southern borders of Saudi Arabia, where one missile was intercepted while the other landed at an unpopulated desert area in Khamis Mushait. Coalition Spokesperson Col. Turki al-Maliki said that one missile was intercepted at 18:14 pm local time while the other failed to target any populated ...

Yemeni armed forces gain control over Kitaf, raise the country’s flag

Saturday, 19 May 2018

The Yemeni armed forces raised on Saturday the country’s flag on the roofs of the liberated buildings in Kitaf directorate in Saada governorate. This move came in the heels of the military advancement of the army backed by the Arab coalition. On Friday the Yemeni army gained control over al-Etfayn in Kitaf directorate and raised the country’s flag over a government building. Meanwhile, Yemeni media outlets quoted a military leader in Yemeni armed forces that the military is close to ...

The three noble tasks of the Saudi-Emirati axis

Friday, 18 May 2018

The Iranian-Qatari-Muslim Brotherhood campaigns on the Saudi-Emirati axis are never-ending. They’ve done everything they can to undermine it. They resorted to hacking, spreading rumors, live coverage, fake news and an army of flies on Twitter. Millions were paid for this purpose but the opposite result was achieved as these campaigns deepened ties instead of shaking them. It’s easy to realize that you’re right when all the bad players including Iran, Qatar, Hezbollah, ISIS, the ...

Mamdouh AlMuhaini

Houthis appoint controversial imam as minister in coup government

Sunday, 13 May 2018

Yemen's Houthi militias appointed Saturday Taha Mohammed Ahmed al-Motawakil, a controversial Imam, as minister for Public Health and Population in the Houthi coup government. The decision which attracted wide criticism, was taken by the Mahdi al-Mashat, son-in-law of the Houthis' militia leader and  head of the so-called Supreme Political Council of Houthis. According to sources close to the Houthis, the Imam is married to the sister of Houthi leader Abdul Malik al-Houthi, and is considered ...

40 Houthis killed in intense fighting in Yemen’s Hodeidah

Friday, 11 May 2018

Reports from Yemen said 40 Houthis were killed on Friday morning during intense fighting on the western coast of al-Hodeidah city west of the country. Among the casualties was  Mohammed Abdul Rehman al-Shahaar, a Houthi leader. The intense fighting erupted on Friday between Houthi militias on one hand and joint forces from labor and resistance brigades in Tahama and other forces led by brigadier Tariq Saleh, the son of slain ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh, according to Yemeni sources. ...

Houthi militias seize money belonging to Yemen’s slain ex-president Saleh

Friday, 11 May 2018

Houthi militias have reportedly seized the money which was found with Yemen’s slain ex-president Ali Abdullah Saleh. Saba news agency, which is controlled by Houthis in Sana’a, reported that Mahdi al-Mashat, head of the so-called Supreme Political Council of Houthi, directed to hand over the money to the Central Bank of Yemen. On the other hand, the Mouwazaa directorate in Taiz was liberated Thursday without any use of force after the Houthi militias fled the area. They reportedly ...

Clashes erupt between Yemeni army and Houthis in Saada

Saturday, 5 May 2018

Military confrontations have continued between Yemen’s National Army forces and the Houthi militia in several battle fronts in the northern province of Saada on Saturday.Military sources confirmed to Al Arabiya that the most violent confrontations took place in east of Saada.The army forces were supported by Arab Coalition jets.In the north of Saada province, the fighting continued with the use of various weapons and with the participation of Apache aircraft and coalition artillery on the ...

Houthi guerillas seek refuge in Yemen’s mountains and in the arms of Iran

Wednesday, 2 May 2018

For the Houthis, it has been a case of nature combined with nurture. Marran Mountains is where Houthi militia founder, Hussein Badr Al Deen al-Houthi, died and where the movement’s main military center came up during the first war with Saleh’s regime in 2004. Located in Heidan district, west of Sadaa, Marran holds great historic and strategic value for the militias. In other words, the mountains became their natural habitat to wage war from. After the death of the Houthi founder, ...

VIDEO: Coalition strikes highlight Houthi inability to secure strongholds

Monday, 30 April 2018

The skies of Sanaa lit up as the capital witnessed airstrikes from the Arab Coalition. The launch precisely targeted Houthi military bases in Sanaa and other Houthi strongholds such as Jabal al Nahdein and several police headquarters. For the first time since the beginning of the war, the Ministry of interior was also directly targeted. According to security forces, 33 senior Houthi personals were killed. Other reports state the death of Houthi interior minister Abdulhakim al Khaywani. Meanwhile ...

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