An important leader in the ranks of the Houthi terrorist militia was killed in a Coalition air strike to bolster legitimacy in Al-Bayda governorate in central Yemen.
And sources on the ground reported that the head of so-called “war operations” in the Houthi militia in the Al-Bayda axis, Muhammad Taher Al-Saqqaf Al-Sawadi Al-Sayed, and his comrades were killed. in a coalition air raid yesterday, Sunday.
According to sources, the airstrike targeted Al-Sawadi in the Numan district of the Al-Bayda governorate, which is located on the outskirts of the Bayhan district, northwest of the Shabwa governorate.
Over the past two days, the Numan district has witnessed violent clashes between the Giant forces and the Houthi terrorist militia, leading to the liberation of numerous sites and the restoration of combat mechanisms by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia.
Al-Sawadi is a prominent Houthi leader who has been granted the rank of “brigadier” by coup militias and was recently tasked with managing the group’s security file operations in Al-Bayda Governorate.
The Brigades of Giants had recently liberated some areas of the Numan district, including the isolation of “Miswar Al Dabash” and the isolation of “Al-Lakhf”, leading to the isolation of “Al-Saha”, the center of the Numan district in Al-Bayda governorate, after an accelerated erosion of the defenses of the Houthi militias.
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