BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:30 P.M.) – The Saudi Coalition mercilessly bombed western Yemen on Friday after failing to advance along several axes in Dhubab and Mocha this week, local activists reported.
Using their proxy militias, primarily southern resistance and Hadi loyalists, the Saudi Coalition attempted to seize the strategic port-city of Mocha earlier this week; however, their attack would ultimately fail after several hours of fighting.
While the Saudi Coalition failed to yield any gains in west Yemen, the Houthi forces managed to seize several points in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan Region, further agitating the Kingdom’s military command.
On Friday, the Saudi Air Force would launch dozens of airstrikes above the Ta’iz, Sa’ada, and Saana governorates of Yemen, killing a large number of civilians after their warplanes struck several densely populated neighborhoods.
U.S. President Donald Trump reportedly agreed to implement safe-zones over Yemen in order to protect civilians; however, this has plan yet to come to fruition.