The leaders of the Hajur tribes refuse to meet with the "Mashat" and the coalition raids killed 20 Houthis

The leaders of the Hajur tribes refuse to meet with the "Mashat" and the coalition raids killed 20 Houthis


Tribal leaders who were sieged by the Houthis in a hotel in the capital, Sanaa, refused to attend a meeting with the President of the High Political Council (the highest political authority of the Houthis) Mahdi al-Mashat, according to a tribal source.

According to Al-Masdar online, this came after a rift between them and the governor of Hajjah appointed by Houthis Hillal al-Sufi, on the management of the conflict between the Hajur tribes and the Houthis in the Directorate of Kasher.

"Al-Sufi wanted to impose on tribal leaders to sign a  document that would enable the Houthi militia to take control of the directorate, which is rejected by tribal leaders," he added.

He noted that tribal leaders who attended the al-Mashat meeting were not active in the directorate and loyal to the Houthis, some of whom live in Sana'a, and were summoned after giving each of them 500,000 Yemeni riyals. "

In the field, al-Houthi's death reached 20 gunmen following airstrikes by Saudi Arabia-led coalition fighters on Tuesday, which targeted the Houthis besieging the Hajur tribes in the Directorate of Kasher.

A field source told Al-Masdar online that a faulty air raid targeted a civilian shop called Muftah in the Al-mandela area, killing a civilian named Yusuf Sha’abeen from the district of Abbs, and wounding two others.

On the ground, the source added that the men of Beni Hulais had infiltrated the Houthi positions and killed a number of them.


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