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Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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On December 3, Houthi fighters fully captured the province of Hajjah from the supporters of former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh, according to Yemeni al-Masirah TV. Saleh is the former ally of the Houthis. Clashes between the two sides broke out on November 29 when the Houthis attacked and captured the Saleh mosque in Sana’a for unknown reasons.

Moreover, the Yemeni Ministry of Interior – controlled by the Houthis – announced that the Houthis secured most of the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, and besieged the remaining Saleh supporters in few positions inside the city. The Houthis even captured the main headquarter of Saleh in Sana’a.

Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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Houthis Capture Most Of Yemeni Capital From Their Former Allies (Video, Photos)

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Thousands of Saleh’s supporters surrendered to the Houthis in the last few hours, while hundreds others were arrested, according to the Yemeni ministry of interior.

Yemeni sources also confirmed that Saudi-led coalition warplanes conducted several airstrikes on the Houthis in Sana’a supporting Saleh forces. However, Saleh supporters continued withdrawing from their positions.

The Houthis will likely capture all the strategic positions in Sana’a from Saleh’s supporters in the near future, as the defenses of Saleh forces continue collapsing on all fronts.

Meanwhile, a spokesman of the Houthis denied that Oman suggested an initiative to end the crisis in Sana’a. Moreover, Qatar denied several reports claiming it was meddling to solve the problem between the Houthis and Saleh. Due to this finding a political solution between the two former allies appears to be a very complicated task.

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