On November 23, the Houthis attacked several positions of the Saudi-led coalition and its Yemeni proxies near the area of al-Jubaiylah in the district of al-Tuhayat on the western coast of Yemen, according to al-Masirah TV.
A video of the attack shows Houthi fighters storming the coalition’s positions killing several Saudi-backed Yemeni fighters. Additionally, the Houthis burned two military pickup trucks, which had been left behind by coalition troops.
Official documents seized by the Houthis in the course of the attack revealed that a high number of Saudi-led coalition troops had run away from the ongoing battles on the western Yemeni coast. The documents also contained the names of many other fighters who were injured in action.
Ten days ago, the Saudi-led coalition announced a humanitarian ceasefire around the Houthi-held city of al-Hudaydah. However, the coalition continued to carry out attacks, which forced the Houthis to respond with limited counter-offensive operations.