Aden, Sana’a (Al Ittihad, Agencies)
17 civilians, including children, were killed and others were injured as a result of Houthi terrorist bombing with a ballistic missile that targeted a fuel station inside a residential neighborhood north of Ma’rib city yesterday.
According to Yemeni media, eyewitnesses said that a ballistic missile followed by a drone was launched by the terrorist Houthi militia loyal to Iran at a fuel station in the “Al-Rawda” neighborhood north of the city, killing 17 people, including a girl, and wounding others.
According to witnesses, the missile fell at the station, while cars were waiting to be filled with fuel, noting that a number of cars were burnt as a result of the fire that broke out after the explosion.
A source in the Public Health and Population Office in Marib Governorate confirmed the killing of 17 civilians, including a girl, and confirmed the injury of 5 others, some of them seriously, including a child, and the charred bodies of most of the victims, including a five-year-old girl.
The recent Houthi crime is added to its predecessors against civilians, the displaced, and the camps, with missiles and drones.
In the context, the joint forces bombed the barracks and dens of the terrorist Houthi militia on 5 fronts on the western coast due to its repeated violations of the ceasefire and its crimes against civilians.
The military media of the joint forces reported that Houthi fire sources were monitored that targeted civilian objects in the densely populated cities of Hays and Al-Tahita, and the militias tried to target military sites in the Kilo 16 and Al-Matar sectors in Hodeidah, and they were quickly put out and destroyed. losses. The military media stated that the joint forces directed focused strikes on militia barracks and hideouts on the aforementioned fronts, confirming that direct casualties were achieved.
In addition, a person was seriously injured after being shot by the terrorist Houthi militia at one of its points in the Al-Hazm district, the capital of Al-Jawf Governorate.
Local sources said that the citizen, Bashar Saleh Al-Farja, was seriously wounded by a gunshot wound to the head by members of the Houthi militia at the Al-Shabika point, west of Al-Hazm. With the point elements, they shot him directly in the head, as a result of which he was seriously injured. The sources pointed out that the tribes of “Al Shannan”, to which the citizen Al-Farajah belongs, flocked to the city of Al-Hazm to protest the crime, pointing out that the situation is still tense.
In another context, Osama Al-Gosaibi, Director-General of the “Mass” project for demining, confirmed that the Houthi militia is committing war crimes in Yemen by planting thousands of mines and explosive devices in the homes of civilians, the schools of their children and their livelihoods, stressing that such acts are a flagrant violation of human rights.
During his meeting at the project headquarters in Marib Governorate, the team of the Security Council’s Committee of Experts said that the Houthi militias deliberately planted mines targeting all vital areas that are related to the lives of civilians and their sources of livelihood with the aim of forcing the population to leave and abandon their land and property.
He noted that the development of the Houthis in the manufacture, camouflage and concealment of mines and explosive devices is a real threat to local peace and deliberate terrorism against Yemenis.
The Director General of the “Masam” project revealed that “Masam” lost 21 dead, 5 of whom were foreign experts, and 16 wounded, some of whom had permanent disabilities in order to accomplish their humanitarian mission in Yemen.
The Director General of the Masam Project for Demining provided the Security Council team of experts with pictures and flashcards that included testimonies of civilian victims, mostly women and children, who were exposed to the explosion of mines that were planted in their roads, homes, and farms.
The putschists smuggle 5 tons of narcotic hashish from the Public Prosecution Office in Sanaa
A Yemeni parliament member residing in Sanaa revealed a drug deal that the Houthi militia acquired in the capital, after they succeeded in smuggling the shipment that was hidden inside the Public Prosecution.
Parliamentarian Ahmed Saif Hashid said that the Public Prosecution Office in Sana’a had kept five tons of drugs in the courtyard of its building, but this shipment was lost recently and no trace of it was left in the prosecution.
He pointed out that there are also 6 trucks of smuggled and dangerous pesticides that entered Sana’a and were detained in the warehouses of the General Administration of Pesticides, but this shipment was also smuggled and traded.
He continued: “Not only tons of hashish, but also tons of dangerous smuggled and prohibited pesticides. All death dumps are poured over our heads, for the thousandth time I say: Its protector is its thief.” He concluded, “5 tons of hashish disappeared from the courtyard of the specialized criminal prosecution in Sana’a, and today 6 trucks of smuggled and dangerous pesticides have disappeared from the warehouses of the General Administration of Pesticides.”
Trafficking in drugs and oil derivatives on the black markets, looting the livelihood of the poor and employee salaries, intensifying levies, and others, have become one of the most prominent sources of income for the Houthi terrorist militia to finance its war against the Yemenis.