25 Houthi militiamen killed, 6 captured in Hajjah
25 Houthi militiamen have been killed and six more captured in the region of Hajoor in the northwestern province of Hajjah.
The putschist militia waged hysterical artillery bombing against the civilians and houses in Kashr district, accompanied by fierce ground offensive on Thursday night, local sources told September Net.
“But the heroes of the local resistance managed to thwart the militia’s attack, killed 25 of them, captured 6, and wounded several others,” the sources added.
Meanwhile, the Arab coalition’s jets launched three air raids today, Friday, on gatherings and combat vehicles belonging the militia in Kashr area, leaving a number of them dead and wounded.
The coalition raids also destroyed military equipment for the militia including a mortar weapon.
Two weeks ago, the Iran-backed Houthi militia launched a fierce military aggression to invade the region of Hajoor. They laid a tightened siege on the area, and continue to heavily and randomly bombing residential villages and civilians there, triggering a devastating humanitarian crises.
It’s noted that the Houthis have been unable to take over Hajoor since the rebel militia mounted its coup against the legitimate government in 2014