Special units of IRGC guard leader of Houthis

Special units of IRGC guard leader of Houthis

Units of Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) are guarding the leader of the Houthi Movement Abdul-Malik al-Houthi, the Saudi al-Watan newspaper reported.

The newspaper quoted sources of leaders of the Saadah Resistance as saying that al-Houthi suffers from several mental illnesses due to his hiding for several months inside caves of Saadah.

The newspaper quoted a tribal leader from Saadah, Yahya Muqait, as saying that the resistance has made significant advance in Saadah, pointing out that al-Houthi feels threatened.

Meanwhile, a Yemeni military commander Ahmed Hassan has said that four Lebanese were captured in Marib, affirming that they are still investigated.

Hassan, who is Commander of the Third Military Region spelt out that the four Lebanese will referred to prisons after the completion of investigations.

He said that Lebanese experts of Hezbollah could flee from battlefields in Nidhim district, Hassan added.

Meanwhile, Yemeni military officers have recently disclosed that Iranian experts are helping the Houthis in operating drones and providing the Houthis with military consultations.

Brig. Gen. Omar Jawahar told the Saudi-based Okaz newspaper that Houthi captives admitted that the Houthis have unmanned planes and that Iranian experts help them in developing them.

Jawahar told Okaz that the National Army backed by forces of the Arab Coalition will liberate Yemen's western coasts, indicating that military operations will be launched soon.

He further said that dozens of Houthis were killed and captured during the past 24 hours in Haradh and Midi, pointing out that a number of drones which were used in spying were destroyed.

 

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