Yemeni Army & Public Committees Advance in Maareb, Saudi Strikes Civilians
The Saudi warplanes continued striking the Yemeni civilians and infrastructure in Sanaa and other provinces, claiming more martyrs and causing much destruction.
The Yemeni army and public committees expelled Qaeda terrorists from the mountain of al-Mahjar and the valley of al-Mallah in Maareb province.
The Yemeni army and public committees also regained control over the areas of Salahuddin and Faqm in Aden after fierce clashes with Qaeda terrorists.
The Saudi-led coalition began on March 26 air strikes against Yemen, killing or wounding hundreds of civilians and causing much destruction across the state.
Media outlets reported that Saudi Arabia has deployed “100 fighter jets, 150,000 soldiers and other navy units” for the military campaign against Yemen. It also sent 5000 takfiri terrorists to fight against the Yemeni army.
The national military – supported by the Popular Committees – has launched a wide-scale campaign in the attack-hit areas, and managed to drive al-Qaeda and ISIL terrorists out of main neighborhoods of Aden and Sanaa.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is known for training and funding takfiri groups and sending them to the conflict-hit zones in the Arab and Muslim world, including Syria, Afghanistan and now in Yemen.