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Saudi-led Coalition Destroys Command And Control Center Of Houthis In Central Yemen


Saudi-led Coalition Destroys Command And Control Center Of Houthis In Central Yemen

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On July 22, warplanes of the Saudi-led coalition conducted four airstrikes on a command and control center of the Houthis in the district of Anss in the central province of Dhamar, according to the UAE-based al-Arabiya TV.

Local sources said that the center, which was located inside a local technical institute, was fully destroyed as a result of the coalition’s airstrikes. Furthermore, al-Arabiya reported that several fighters of the Houthis working in the center were killed and injured.

This was the second attack of the Saudi-led coalition on the communication infrastructure of the Houthis in July. Two weeks ago, coalition warplanes destroyed a military communication network of the Houthis in the districts of Razih and Haydan in the northern province of Saada.

These attacks are a clear attempt of the Saudi-led coalition to damage the command and control chain of the Houthis. However, the Yemeni group has not yet been affected by this tactic.



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  • Vitex

    What, again?

    • S Melanson

      Remember Battlestar Galactica – this has all happened before and it will happen again and again and again and again….

    • Joao Alfaiate

      They seem to be unable to knock out the Houthi recruiting department….

  • S Melanson

    But the coalition had earlier claimed they destroyed totally the Houthi communication network! I guess they were mystified that it had no effect – Houthis continued to hand the coalition their butts on a platter. So maybe this strike will work.

    But the last one should have, I saw the pictures of the severed string that once connected the two Campbell’s Soup cans that were the core of vital infrastructure supporting Houthi command and control operations – certainly superior to coalition command and control, which isn’t hard since none has been demonstrated yet by the coalition.