Yemen Deaths, bombing of residential villages and shooting down of a Houthi march within armistice violations

A soldier was killed and another wounded on Monday following artillery bombardments by the Houthi militia against a military post of the Yemeni armed forces in the governorate of Al-Jawf, in the north-east of the country, as part of the increasing violations of the UN armistice militia announced in early April.

The media center of the Yemeni army said that the Houthi militia targeted a military position of the armed forces on the Jadafer front, east of the Al-Hazm district, center of the Al-Jawf governorate, with a bullet, killing a soldier and wounding another.

The Yemeni army also announced that it shot down a Houthi drone as it flew to military sites in the northwestern front of Marib Governorate.

The Houthi militia continues its daily attacks on army posts, pushing vehicles and tanks in front line and creating trenches, taking advantage of the humanitarian truce that began in early April.

In this context, the Houthi terrorist militia launched a bombardment of various types of weapons on Monday, targeting residential villages west of Taiz governorate, southwest of Yemen.

Local sources say that the Iranian-backed Houthi militia bombed – on the first day of Eid al-Fitr – the inhabited villages in the districts of Al-Ta’aziah and Jabal Habashi with various types of weapons.

According to sources, artillery shelling and snipers by the Houthi militia prevented people from these areas from performing the Eid prayer or enjoying it.

The Houthi terrorist militia deliberately launches its missile attacks on populated areas and neighborhoods in the city of Taiz and its rural suburbs, as part of its continuing violations of the UN-sponsored humanitarian truce.

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