Mohammed Ali al-Houthi in Koshar to mobilize fighters to reinforce northern Hajjah fronts

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi in Koshar to mobilize fighters to reinforce northern Hajjah fronts


According to local sources in Hajjah province, Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, governor of Hajjah province appointed by the Houthis and a number of the group's leaders are carrying out field visits to Koshar district to mobilize new fighters to the frontlines of the fighting in northern Hajjah province.

These moves come after militia attacks on the Abbs and Hayran fronts have been broken on a daily basis over the past two weeks.

Local sources in the Koshar district of Hajjah province told Al-Masdar Online that Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, head of the so-called Revolutionary Committee of the Houthi group, and Helal al-Sufi, governor of Hajjah, who is appointed by the group, visited Koshar district center on Saturday to mobilize and gather fighters.

The sources pointed out that the militias are fleeing in Hajjah province, where Mohammed Ali al-Houthi has been in the area for two days, traveling between the directorates and accompanied by Hilal al-Sufi, governor of Hajjah appointed by the Houthis, in order to gather more fighters from the province.


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