Today, Thursday, a Yemeni diplomat said that the features of a “new crusher” are forming to bury the Houthi rebels, south of Marib Governorate, after they were deluded to pass through the “Al-Juba” district.
Muhammad Jumaih, the Permanent Representative of the Republic of Yemen to UNESCO, confirmed in a tweet on his account on the micro-blogging site “Twitter”, which was monitored by “The Yemeni Scene”, that “the features of a new “crusher” are forming in Mala’a, southeast of Ma’rib Governorate, in parallel with the crusher northwest of the governorate. “.
He added: Al-Houthi was deceived of passing through Al-Juba to reach Ma’rib from the south instead of the north, where his coffins were buried.
However, he added: But the men of the army and the resistance from the various directorates and governorates were on the lookout for him.
He stressed that “victory is patience…”.
The Houthis launched intense attacks with more than 18 human coordinators, on the Alfa fronts in the Juba and Mala’a districts in the Harib district, south of the governorate; According to field sources.
The sources noted that the Houthi militia is currently imposing its control on the first front, which was located in the Alfa area, on the borders of the Juba district, from the direction of the districts of Rahba, Mahlia, Qania and the road linking the governorates of Marib, Al-Bayda, Dhamar and Sana’a, while the second front is currently inside the district of Al-Juba from the south direction and adjacent to the district Harib in Ma’rib and Bayhan in Shabwa.
The sources denied the militia’s control of the camps of Umm Reesh and Al-Khishina, stressing that the two camps and beyond are in the hands of the heroes of the Yemeni army and the tribes, and there is no truth to the Houthis’ control or advance to them.
This comes after the militia tightened its control over the last strategic location where the Yemeni army forces and tribes were stationed in the Mala’a Harib area.
Media sources had talked about the militia’s control of the two camps, during the battles of the past hours.