Martyrs, injured in Saudi-coalition bombing in Shada, Munabbih
Saudi-led coalition forces murder and injure numerous Yemeni civilians in Shada and Munabbih border districts in West Saada, Yemen.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the Saudi-led coalition targeted Shada and Munabbih border districts in west Saada, Yemen. Artillery shelling targeted the area was, resulting in the killing of 3 civilians and the injury of several others.
According to a Yemeni military source, the Saudi-led coalition forces committed 125 violations in Al-Hudaydah fronts in the last 24 hours.
The coalition's violations included the construction of three fortifications south of Al-Hudaydah, as well as the overflights of two spy warplanes and artillery firing with heavy weapons, the same source added.
In the last few hours, the coalition warplanes targeted the governorates of Hajjah in the west and Al-Baydaa with 37 airstrikes.
Our reporter added that Saudi forces fired on residents in the Al-Raqu area of the Munabbih border District in Saada, northern Yemen, wounding nine civilians, including three African migrants.
Victory in response to massacres
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported earlier that "the Yemeni Army and Popular Committees liberated dozens of sites in the Haradh district, after fierce battles with Hadi forces and the Saudi coalition." They also liberated the strategic Al-Muhsam camp, north of Haradh District in Hajjah, on the border with Saudi Arabia.
On its part, the Presidency of the House of Representatives in Sanaa hailed the latest victories in Haradh.
It is worth noting that the Yemeni Armed Forces had denied the allegations of the Saudi-led coalition of controlling the Haradh front in Hajjah Governorate, through footage published by the military media.
Mohammed Ali Al-Houthi, member of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, commented on the developments on the ground in Haradh city by saying: “We won great victories, and some developments have not been announced yet”
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, Al-Houthi tackled the peace initiative presented to the Russian ambassador to Yemen, stressing that "it is the right time to talk about this initiative."
The Saudi-led coalition’s war against Yemen has been ongoing since 2015. Air raids and rockets have targeted cities and villages, leading to countless massacres and displacement of Yemeni citizens from their homes.
The coalition, furthermore, exacerbated their war on Yemenis through air, land, and sea besiegement. The siege prevented humanitarian aid from providing basic needs to the Yemeni people, including oil derivatives, medicine, and other supplies.