Comprehensive report of all events in the capital Sana’a before Saleh’s killed
The capital Sana’a stood on a hot plate with the overthrow of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh on the Houthi army and his call to confront them and storming institutions and banditry. At the same time, he announced his hand to the Saudi-led coalition. With these events and attitudes, Saleh and then welcomed by Abde rabo Mansour Hadi and his government.
On the field, Saturday was a day to decide either to go things as he wants Ali Saleh, who entered the adventure cannot go back or return to the former as Huthis wanted, and saw the capital Sanaa and after the provinces violent clashes with a fierce media war in which the channels of the coalition strongly broadcast the breaking news on the control of Saleh on all provinces within the psychological war, which soon led to the opposite results.
According to the map of confrontations, there was no control of Saleh’s forces but rather from areas and camps that had already been controlled since the pre-war years and used to attack the Houthis and the security forces.
With the growing confidence in the coalition, which was reflected in a great rush in the official media that began to describe Saleh, the former president and not the ousted and describe the forces as the forces of the conference and not the militias Saleh, to start taking the other direction, the security forces and Houthis did not regain positions lost but took control of sites and camps have been since A time under Saleh’s control but not a threat or launching attacks against the Houthis during the period of partnership between the two parties.
According to a detailed field story obtained by the reporter from the field of security and Huthia, the reverse line of fighting began control of security forces and other Houthis and fighters of the tribes of Sanhan on the camp, “Rima Hamid,” the largest military base, which has maintained Saleh control since he was president, Saleh TV and his joining the Saudi alliance with a big blow among the supporters of the Congress Party, rejecting the Saudi alliance, announced their accession to the Houthis.
With the fall of the Rima Hameed camp, the Houthis managed to control the “Malsi camp,” the camp of Tariq Salih, son of the former president’s brother. The camp was called “Al-Malsi”, which belonged to Brigadier General Hassan Al-Malsi, who was killed in Najran after joining the Houthis.
According to the correspondence of the field correspondent, there were pro-military groups that declared their rebellion against the Houthis in al-Suad camp south of the capital, but the rebellion ended quickly and the Houthis managed to control the entire camp after they shared it with Saleh during their partnership.
South of the capital, another camp fell in favor of the fourth brigade in full with the grip of security forces and Houthi committees, which also secured the Medical and Military Complex.
Despite the importance of the camps that fell from the grip of Saleh, the success of the security forces and Houthis in securing the political district in full was the most prominent strike being the neighborhood in which Saleh has a large condominium and influence and used to wage a sniper war against the Houthis and security forces Saleh’s forces benefited from fortification in buildings and the presence of the population to make it difficult The battle against the Houthis who secured the buildings that included the groups of snipers, most notably the building “Nuwara”.
In these buildings, security forces and Houthis captured more than 100 sniper snipers at a time when hundreds surrendered to the Houthis after a psychological setback in their ranks as the camps fell.
Progress continued for the security forces and the Houthis, which managed to secure Amman Street and Djibouti Street in full.
Saleh groups were deliberately in the capital’s neighborhoods to shoot in the air from hidden places to give a picture of the expansion of confrontations in the capital and the confusion of the Huthis who continued their advance and took control of Tawfiq Afash, which houses his house and enjoys a strategic location being high and located in the area of Beit Bos.
The security forces and the Houthis were able to strike hard at the headquarters of the Standing Committee of the Conference in Hadda and Hasbaa. This progress has important psychological dimensions.
The compound of buildings and villas, which houses the headquarters of the Yemen Today channel owned by Saleh, coincided with the control of the Huthis on the mosque of the good, which is located in the square of the seventies and control is also important dimensions.
The Huthis took control of Camp Jarban and in conjunction with the writing of the report in the correspondent Net Alliance aircraft bombed the camp in a move that angered Saleh’s failure to maintain control of the camp.