An internationally banned individual mine exploded in a woman, which led to the discovery of a network of mines on an area of more than 300 square meters left by the Houthi militia in the eastern neighborhoods of the city of Hodeidah, western Yemen.
A military source in the joint forces stated that an engineering team resumed survey operations in the areas between the Red Sea Mills and the Al-Masna area in the eastern outskirts of the city, after the explosion of an internationally banned individual mine, the citizen Muhammada Muhammad Abdullah Jalajel – who is seven months pregnant – which resulted in the amputation of her feet, yesterday. Tuesday, to add this to a series of crimes against humanity that will lead the Houthi militia to an international trial.
The source confirmed that the engineering team discovered a network of anti-armor mines, some of which were converted by the Iranian-backed Houthi militias into individual mines through pedals.
He pointed out that the engineering team immediately began dismantling and dismantling the network, and work is still going on in and around the Al-Masna area.