Houthi leader injured and security guard killed by unidentified gunmen in Dhamar

Houthi leader injured and security guard killed by unidentified gunmen in Dhamar

A leader of the Houthi group was injured and his security guard killed on Tuesday by unidentified gunmen in Dhamar city, central Yemen.    

The field leader of the Houthi group Abu Ali al Daylami was attacked in an armed ambush by unknown gunmen in Dhamar City, in which he was seriously injured and was taken to the ICU, while one of his security guards was killed, local source stated to Almasdaronline. 

 The leader al Daylami was the Houthi supervisor of the al Wehda Police Center for a period of time before being shifted to be a member of the Revolutionary Committee of Dhamar Governorate overseeing the assassination and kidnapping operations against their opponents.

Reliable sources have stated that Abu Ali Al Daylami is accused of several cases, including murdering and looting houses and personal properties of some tribesmen whose villages were stormed by military campaigns by his orders over the past period. 

In another context, the Houthi group are tightening the security measures in Dhamar in an unprecedented way, and this comes in conjunction with the pressure resulting from the escalation of fighting in the fronts, especially in the al Baidha and Nehm fronts. 

The popular discontent has also increased among the citizens, including loyalists to the Houthi group, as

a result of the deterioration of the living conditions and the high death toll of those fighting in the ranks of the Houthis from Dhamar governorate.



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