Almotamar Net - Military and security units painfully hit the elements of terror and sabotage in Saada province, north Yemen. Sources mentioned of destruction of a vehicle and a weapons depot for the terrorist elements on Wednesday while other units heavily shelled    terrorists’ hideouts near Jalham Mountain, Al-Tamthala and Haid.

Thursday, 21-January-2010
Almotamar.net - Military and security units painfully hit the elements of terror and sabotage in Saada province, north Yemen. Sources mentioned of destruction of a vehicle and a weapons depot for the terrorist elements on Wednesday while other units heavily shelled terrorists’ hideouts near Jalham Mountain, Al-Tamthala and Haid.

Terrorist elements sustained heavy losses in Al-Malahidh axis when they attempted to infiltrate into some positions in Al-Jaraeb, Red Height, Leya valley and near Al-Dukhan Mountain.

The sources said army fighters attacked the terrorist and rebellious elements and dealt to them crushing strikes, inflicting on them heavy losses and continued chasing remnants of those elements.

The sources indicated the killing of terrorist Abu Hussein, who is considered one of the leaders of terrorist elements in Al-Malahidh axis and capturing a number of terrorists.

In Saada axis armed forces and security fighters destroyed a weapons and ammunition depot for terrorist elements to the north of Al-Maqash area and destroyed a vehicle carrying weapons and terrorist elements in the outskirts of Al Uqab.

The army has also repelled a number of infiltration attempts into some of the areas the terrorists were defeated out of them and inflicted heavy losses on them.

Army and security fighters have also aborted infiltration attempts in Al-Gharaz and Wahban Mountain and inflicted heavy lodes on them.

The fighters have also destroyed terrorists’ hideouts near Jalham Mountain, Al-Tamthala and Haid and inflicted on them heavy losses when they tried to infiltrate to some positions in Al-Zalaa area.

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