Managed an internationally banned individual mineBusted pregnant woman– Engineering of the joint forces on the west coast of Yemen, until the discovery of a network of mines over an area of more than 300 square meters of remains of the Houthi militia in the eastern quarters of the city of Hodeidah in the west of the country.
Joint forces media reported on Thursday that a team of engineers had resumed surveying operations in the areas between the Red Sea mills and the Al-Masna area on the eastern outskirts of the city, after the explosion of an internationally banned individual mine, citizen Muhammada Muhammad Abdullah Jalajel – who is seven months pregnant – which resulted in the amputation of her feet, to add. This is part of a series of crimes against humanity which will lead the Houthi militia to an international trial.
A military source reportedly said the engineering team discovered a network of anti-armor mines, some of which had been converted by Iranian-backed Houthi militias into individual mines using pedals.
He pointed out that the engineering team immediately began to dismantle and dismantle the network and that work continues in and around the Al-Masna area.
It is noteworthy that over the past three years, the engineers of the Joint Forces have cleared large areas in the eastern neighborhoods of Hodeidah of Iranian militia minefields, including a double field, individual mines banned at level international and anti-armor mine, covering an area of over 600 meters.
A pregnant woman named Muhammad Muhammad Jalajel was seriously injured, including the amputation of her lower limbs, on Tuesday when a Houthi mine exploded in the “Al-Masna” area of Al-Hali district in the Hodeidah coastal governorate, western Yemen.
Mine accidents by the Houthi militia since its coup against legitimate authority in late 2014 continue to kill and injure thousands of Yemeni civilians in more than one area, while engineering teams from the Saudi project to demine in Yemen “Masam” and the national program continue their work, but they face difficulties. The purification process is important, as the Houthi militias have planted thousands of mines and IEDs without maps and randomly.