Over the last two months, the civilian-led “Houthis” militia has faced a great deal of adversity in Yemen’s western countryside due to the abrupt interference from the Saudi-led Coalition Forces, who continue to utilize their infantries and air forces to recapture the country’s capital, with little regard for civilian casualties.

On Friday morning, the Houthis struck back against the Gulf regime forces that have mercilessly targeted civilian neighborhoods with cluster bombs inside the capital city of Sanaa, firing their own missiles in the direction of the Emirati, Bahraini, and Saudi ground forces at the Al-Ghaza Base, which is located in the Marab Province (approximately 120km east of Sanaa).

According to the UAE’s Foreign Minister, 45 regime soldiers were reportedly killed by a Russian-made Toshka missile that struck their military installation at the Al-Ghaza Base in the Marab Province, marking the deadliest day in the Emirati Army’s 44 year history.

Furthermore, the Bahraini and Saudi regimes also admitted that they sustained casualties and a significant loss of equipment due to this powerful assault from the Houthis fighters – Saudi regime admitted the loss of Apache Helicopters as a result of the missile strike.

Adding to the Saudi-led Coalition’s plight, the Yemeni Army captured the Al-Wa’esh Mountains in the contested city of Ta’iz after fierce clashes with the Hadi loyalists.

 

 

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