Coalition raids on Kushar -Hajjah and Hajur tribes control a village

Coalition raids on Kushar -Hajjah and Hajur tribes control a village


A number of militants of the al-Houthi group were killed early Monday in raids by Saudi Arabia-led Arab coalition fighters, targeting their sites in the Kushar district of Hajjah.

A field source told Al-Masdar online that two raids targeted two Houthi vehicles, with a number of militants on board in the Al-Mandela area.

The Houthis, who were killed and wounded, were on their way to reinforce the group's positions, after fierce fighting against the men of Hajur, he said.

On the one hand, fighting between Hajur tribes and al-Houthis has been going on for days, and tribes have taken control of “Qiam” village, east of the al-Obaisa – Kushar district, after a number of Houthis were injured and others captured.

According to the source, the tribes seized armed equipment of Houthis, including the P10 cannon, while two tribesmen were killed and eight injured.


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