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Painful Defeats for Al-Houthi Invaders North and West of Kataba

[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Kataba – Exclusive[/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″][su_dropcap]A[/su_dropcap]ccording to military field developments in Kataba, Al-Houthis are still receiving painful defeats from Southern Armed Forces and Meris resistance troops.
East of Kataba, Southern Armed Forces controlled several areas including Mazoub Amer, Lebhour, Al-Ribi, Dar Al-Sayed and Al-Alalla camp.
In the north, Giants brigades and Meris resistance, controlled Al-Wail post and penetrated into Humar Al-Sada to chase the escaping remains of Al-Houthis and inspecting their stations. Al-Houthis suffered severe loses in soles and equipment in addition to withdrawing from wide areas leaving behind their dead bodies and several weapons including a 23 anti-aircraft gun, a military set, a Hilux van and ammunition.
Previously, Al-Houthis exploded a bridge near Kardah in a desperate try to prevent southern armed forces from advance, but in vain. Al-Houthis also deployed a landmine that exploded in a citizen’s car.
Mobility was restored to the road linking Kataba and Meris as citizens are now moving freely on the road.
On the other side of Meris, AlShuaib citizens sent military reinforcements to Mais to support their fellows on the borders of Dumut, to the north.
In Hajar, southern resistance and southern armed forces fought fiercely under commandership of Khaled Musad Ali and Abd Al-Aziz Al-Hadaf, on the edges of Baga and Al-Masharih, east of Hajar, causing Al-Houthis severe loses as they destroyed a BMB vehicle and a military set. The militias escaped towards northern territories in Hamam Marzakha after being defeated.

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