The Houthis are roaming the villages of Sanaa governorate in search of fighters after they retreated to the battlefronts in Marib and Al-Hudaydah


The Houthi militia roamed the villages and directorates of Sana’a governorate in search of fighters after they had retreated to the fighting fronts in the governorates of Marib and Hodeidah.

Local sources told “the Yemeni scene” that the Houthis asked the supervisors to pay all the elements in their areas and transfer them from the governorate to the capital, Sana’a, providing immediate sums of money in the amount of 20,000 riyals for each fighter, in addition to filling the supervisors’ cars for free from their petrol stations.

The sources confirmed that the Houthis asked the school principals appointed by them to push the students to the fighting fronts, especially for high school students and young people to cover work in the security sector after the security elements were withdrawn from the fronts.

The Houthi militia issued orders to cut all vacations, including emergency ones, and to move to the fronts immediately, for fear of the militia’s collapse on the fighting fronts on the western coast in Hodeidah or in Ma’rib Governorate.

The Houthi militia has lost more than 15,000 fighters during the past five months on the fighting fronts in Marib Governorate, according to Houthi official statistics, while the realistic statistics are more than that, which the Military Operations Room of the Arab Coalition estimated at 28,000 Houthi fighters and leaders.

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