(A summary of the most important events in Yemen, on the ground and politically, during the past 24 hours)


The “Yemeni Scene” provides you with a summary of the most important events in the Yemeni arena during the past 24 hours, as follows:

Politically, well-informed Yemeni political sources revealed, on Thursday, consultations to choose engineer Khaled Mahfouz Bahah to reach the presidency.

The sources mentioned to “The Yemeni Scene”, that there is a Yemeni, regional and international consensus to assign the presidency of the republic to Al-Muhandis Bahah, based on a political settlement that ends the war and puts Yemen on the right path to holding early presidential elections.

The sources indicated that Bahah has a development project the size of a united Yemen, and for Hadhramaut in particular.

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Education of the unrecognized Houthi rebel government issued a new circular canceling the old school curriculum and implementing the new one; In a decision that is the most dangerous in the educational aspect since its coup.
The circular, which was reviewed by the “Yemeni Scene”, requires all public and private schools to teach the new curriculum and not deal with the old curriculum.
The circular indicated that “new books for the ninth grade of basic education are required and scheduled starting from the current academic year (1443 AH – 2021 / 2022 AD), and ministerial exams will be among them.
The Houthi militia was not satisfied with falsifying educational curricula and improvising them with sectarian and sectarian concepts aimed at building an unhealthy generation, but went beyond that to a comprehensive change of all curricula starting from this year, as part of a comprehensive change of the curriculum, which poses a serious threat to Yemeni society.

On the ground, the heroes of the Yemeni army, backed by the popular resistance, carried out a successful raid on a number of sites where the Houthi militia is stationed in the Al-Kasara front, west of Marib Governorate.
A military source confirmed to the Armed Forces Media Center that the heroes of the army were able to finish off a number of militia members, destroying two vehicles and two combat crews, while the fighters of the Coalition to Support Legitimacy targeted a weapons depot.

In addition, prominent military leaders of the Houthi coup militia were killed by the bullets of the national army and the popular resistance in the “Alfa” front in the Harib district, south of Ma’rib Governorate (east of Yemen).

Military and field sources confirmed that the harvest season for the military leaders of the Houthi militia has been going on for several days on the southern fronts in Marib.

The sources said that the battles that took place in the past hours on the Alfa front, resulted in the killing and wounding of dozens of Houthi militia fighters, including senior field leaders.

The southern fighting fronts in Marib Governorate are witnessing the fiercest battles for nearly two weeks, between the army and the resistance forces, and the Houthi coup militia, during which the militias incurred heavy losses in equipment and lives.

On the other hand, the aircraft of the Arab coalition to support legitimacy in Yemen led by Saudi Arabia, on Thursday, demolished camps and gatherings of the Houthi coup militia in the governorates of Marib, Al-Jawf and Saada.

Field and media sources said that the coalition aircraft targeted with about 30 air raids Houthi militia sites and military reinforcements along the northern western front in Ma’rib Governorate.

The coalition warplanes also targeted, with more than ten air raids, military sites and gatherings of the Houthi militia in the Juba district, south of Marib.

In Al-Jawf Governorate, the coalition warplanes, with several air raids, targeted military movements of the Houthi militias in the districts of Al-Hazm, Khub and Al-Sha`f.

To the province of Saada, where the coalition aircraft launched a series of air raids on the fortifications and movements of the coup militias in the districts of Al-Zahir, Kitaf and Al-Safra, which inflicted heavy losses on the Houthis.

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