Al-Dhalea ... the school of struggle and the governorate that shattered the myth of the Houthis

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Aden, NewsYemen, Muhammad Al-Junaidi:

 Southern forces have made advances against the Houthi militia in Al-Dhalea governorate, during the past few days, shattering the legend of Al-Houthi that cannot be defeated.

The southern forces took control of the Beit Al-Sharji Junction and the entire Al-Fakher area, and completed the liberation of what remained of Habil Al-Abdi.

In the aftermath of the battles, the fighter Yahya al-Shobaji was martyred, to join his three sons, who were also martyred in the Dhali front.

The transitional leader, Ahmed Bam Muallem, described al-Dhali 'as a "national struggle school."

Al-Dhalea was the first southern governorate to be liberated from the Houthis in the summer of 2015.

Activists praised the struggle and steadfastness of the people of Al-Dhali`, despite the lack of support for them, as well as the lack of support.

Activist Zaid bin Yafeh said: "At a time when the sites in Marib are falling in front of the Houthis and the leaders of the so-called National Army flee and supported by air, Al Dhale'e insults the most wonderful battle epics and insults the Houthi in his home and takes from him several sites and exceeds Al Fakher without support and without the support of the coalition aircraft and without noise. 

For his part, Mansour Saleh, the transitional leader, was surprised by the theft of victory for the sons of Al-Dhali 'by the legitimacy and the Brotherhood.

Salih said: ‌ They cut the salaries of its fighters and stop their dues of ammunition, weapons and food, and when victory is achieved, they rush to steal it and attribute it to their defeated army, and if a great martyr among its men falls, they were the first mourners and cynics and they were originally accomplices in killing him. Dhala is great.

On the other hand, the southern leader, Ahmed Al-Rabezi, believed that "Al-Dhali` will remain with its men and their legendary steadfastness in the face of the occupying invaders for seven years of war, a source of pride for every free Southern, and even an example to be emulated in patriotism."

Al-Rabezi added: It is our right in the south, from Al-Mahra to Bab al-Mandab, to be proud of the steadfastness of Al-Dhali ', and we are very proud of the bravery of its free men.

In parallel, lawyer Yahya Ghaleb Al-Shuaibi said, "Al-Dhali 'was preoccupied with fighting Al-Houthi and won, and did not create crises and side wars that receive and secure the displaced in the north."

Al-Shuaibi added: Al-Dhali 'is victorious through many factors: the steadfastness of men, martial arts, education and national upbringing, pride in the competition for sacrifice and not for spoils and benefits, and a deep belief in the goal of liberation struggle.