Sana’a Forces Seize Control of Strategic Areas in al-Baidha
Sana’a forces and allied fighters (Houthis) conducting a large-scale anti-Saudi military operation in the central province of al- Baidha, and established control over several regions there.
The media bureau of Yemen’s Operations Command Center has published video footage of Yemeni army and their allies’ advances showing them engaging in a major offensive against Saudi-led coalition forces and their Takfiri militants on the outskirts of the strategic Az Zahir district.
Sana’a forces repeatedly strike the positions of Saudi forces and militants as the latter flee the area in masse to save their lives.
The video continues to show Sana’a forces and allied Popular Committees (Houthis’ fighters) cleansing multiple places that terrorist groups had long used as bases to manufacture bombs and other explosive devices under the Saudi-led coalition’s auspices.
On Thursday, the spokesman for Yemen’s popular Anssarallah movement said despite having mobilized members of al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) and Daesh Takfiri terrorist groups, the Saudi-led military coalition and its mercenaries have failed miserably in their battles against the Sana’a armed forces and their allies in al- Baidha province.
“The Saudi-led alliance has so far reaped nothing other than defeat on every front. The coalition has received severe blows in al- Baidha, even though it has hired al-Qaeda and Daesh terrorists,” Mohammed Abdul-Salam wrote in a post published on his Tweeter page.
He noted that the Riyadh regime and its allies are bogged down in the Yemen quagmire, no matter how hard they struggle to escape.
Earlier, military source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Yemen’s al-Masirah television network that Yemeni troops and Popular Committees fighters had carried out two military operations in the Az Zahir and As Sawma’ah districts of al- Baidha province.
The source noted that more than 80 Saudi-paid troops, including senior commanders, were killed or injured during the offensives. Several areas were also liberated from the grip of Saudi-backed Takfiri militants.