Dismantling Houthi networks of mines inside the homes of citizens in HodeidahEnglish - الخميس 25 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 08:40 م
he joint forces on the West Coast dismantled Houthi mines in the newly liberated areas on Wednesday, including networks planted by militias inside the homes of citizens in the Hays district, western Yemen.
The media of the joint forces reported that the engineering teams removed, during this week, large quantities of mines and explosive devices left by the Houthi militia in the newly liberated areas, including networks they planted inside the homes of citizens in Hays district.
He pointed out that the militias affiliated with Iran have desecrated entire villages and farms after expelling the people from them, and they need a lot of efforts and time to purify them.
He stressed that the Houthi militia's criminality has reached the point of laying large-scale mines inside citizens' homes.
The military media of the joint forces distributed a video clip accompanied by an engineering team during the dismantling and dismantling of a mine network inside the village of al-Aqd on the outskirts of Hays.
The scenes show the moment of dismantling and dismantling a network of mines inside the homes of citizens; which is a war crime; Enough to drag the Houthi militia to an international trial.
The Joint Forces Engineering had earlier discovered an internationally prohibited individual minefield, which had been planted by Iranian-affiliated militias on a large area southwest of the city of Hays in the Hodeidah governorate.