Houthis ban fighter contact with families, order deserters elimination

Houthis ban fighter contact with families, order deserters elimination

Al-Sharq al-Awsat daily reported that the rapid collapse of the Houthi rebels on Yemen's western coastline, Saada and Hajja warfronts prompted the militia's leaders to mobilize their police in Sana'a to the front lines in an attempt to fill the growing shortage of their fighters.

Communications between their new recruits and their families have been banned, and the rebels issued orders to kill any fighter who withdraws from the fronts.
According to medical and military sources in Sana'a, dozens of recruits and military personnel have become human shields for the militia, some of whom have resorted to shooting themselves in non lesser dangerous parts of the body to claim an injury by government fire so as to find a reason to escape the fronts where they could be killed.

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