Learn about the recent operation Najran .. Houthi messages to Saudi Arabia
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It reveals the details of the operation announced by the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) in the Yemeni-Saudi Frontier Front, which led to the capture of large numbers of members of the Yemeni army forces loyal to legitimacy and Saudi forces, in addition to the loss of hundreds of victims from both sides, indicating the delay Houthis In announcing this operation, for almost a month, and more than a week after they announced the cessation of all forms of attacks against Saudi Arabia, the announcement comes in the context of pressure messages sent by the group and behind Tehran, to Riyadh, that they are in control of the situation and can strike harsh, in parallel Re some th Mnyen, declaration to the fact that the losses that occurred were large parties delayed.
Sources close to the Yemeni army forces revealed to Al-Arabi Al-Jadeed that the Houthis announced the operation in Najran Front, but that it took place in Wadi Al-Jbara area in Kattaf district of Saada province in late August. According to sources, the operation began with hundreds of Yemeni-backed Saudi forces, along with a limited number of Saudi forces, advancing several kilometers away in Wadi al-Jbara in Saada, without progress being governed by a clear-cut military plan, before the Houthis carried out a successful detour and imposed the siege. On these forces, which were killed and wounded and a large number of prisoners, while rescuing the number of those in some areas with the intervention of Saudi forces.
In detail, the advance forces of the al-Fateh Brigade, also known as the Unity Brigade, led by a Saudi-backed Salafi leader, Raddad al-Hashemi, along with information about a Saudi company, suffered a detour from the Houthis, and supplies were cut off for days. The survivors of the Houthi missiles were at risk of starvation and thirst, while the Saudi-led coalition failed all day to break the blockade or provide at least food and air supplies, despite heavy air strikes in the region, in contrast. Information about the fate of the prisoners, as some sources spoke Shara The Houthis announced that the prisoners were “thousands” in the hands of the group.
Videos broadcast by the Houthis to the captives, along with other leaked testimonies, showed horrific details indicating that hundreds of people were killed, wounded and more prisoners in the hands of the Houthis, as well as military vehicles seized by the group, which postponed the announcement of the details of the operation for a month, after Weeks ago, videos of some of the prisoners testifying about the incident were published, and they spoke of shocking information about the Saudis' dealings with Yemeni soldiers loyal to legitimacy at the border, and by pushing them forward without a well-defined field plan that protects their backs from Houthi fire and ambushes.
Anecdotal information from Sharia forces, reinforced by published photos from the Houthis of victims in the area, suggests that Ansar Allah has also suffered heavy casualties, including the killing of leaders during the battle of al-Jbara, including acknowledging the killing of an Axis leader. Brigadier General Amin al-Humairi, who also served as commander of the military police in Sa'ada governorate, indicates that the battle was costly, with large numbers of casualties on both sides in a few days.
In the same context, the military spokesman for the Houthis, Yahya Serai, in a press conference in Sanaa yesterday, the details of the field operation, and said that they carried out an operation called the group, "Nasrallah," in several stages, in the border with Saudi Arabia, and it carried out nine Concurrent operations targeted military headquarters and bases, including airports from which "enemy aircraft" took off, as well as carrying out 20 operations by drones "confused the enemy" as he described, including "operation on a sensitive military target in Riyadh." He said hundreds of people were killed or wounded, including about 200 killed by Yemeni forces, who were killed in coalition airstrikes as they tried to flee or surrender.He said they captured about 2,000 fighters, most of them Yemenis, or described them as “traitors and deceived,” adding that there were prisoners. Of other nationalities. He accused the coalition of carrying out a "genocide" of prisoners who had fallen in its ranks and said the coalition had carried out up to 300 airstrikes within 72 hours, during the group's operation. He claimed control of 350 square kilometers in the Najran axis in southern Saudi Arabia during the operation. He said the group had liberated 350 square kilometers in the first phase of Operation Nasrallah, including sites, camps and the fall of three brigades in the Saudi Najran axis. He added that "collaborating national elements played an important role from within the ranks of the coalition forces."
While sources close to the government acknowledge heavy casualties, in the hundreds killed or wounded and captured in the hands of the Houthis, question the figures reported by the group, and also indicate that during the same battle the Houthis suffered heavy losses as a result of coalition air strikes.
He said Saturday that the operation resulted in "the fall of three military brigades of the enemy forces with full military equipment and most of its personnel and commanders", as well as "seize large quantities of weapons, including hundreds of vehicles and armored vehicles," in addition to "thousands of families," most of whom he described as " Traitors and deceived, (referring to the Yemenis), said that "among the prisoners a large number of leaders, officers and soldiers of the Saudi army."
The operation is a military scandal for the Saudi-UAE alliance, while the UAE coup in and around Aden has diverted attention from the incident. It is worth mentioning that the border strip of the Yemeni governorates of Saada and Hajjah with Saudi Arabia, has remained an arena of almost unrelenting war until it returns, between the Houthis and their allies on the one hand, and between the Saudi forces who carry out attempts to penetrate their positions on the Saudi side, as well as the Yemeni forces, which advanced from the Saudi side on the More than the axis, on the other. Despite the priority of the border file for the Saudi war, the border developments put the latter in increasing embarrassment, due to its failure to secure the "southern border" despite more than four years of war.