Iran-backed Houthis blow up two houses in Baydha, 12 killed and injured

The Iran-backed Houthi terrorist militia blew up two houses on the heads of their inhabitants in the city of Radaa in Al-Baydha province (central Yemen) on Tuesday, resulting in the death and injury of approximately 12 members of one family.

Local sources said that the Houthis blew up the house of the citizen Abdullah Ibrahim Al-Zaylai in Radaa, as well as the house of Al-Naqous, causing the roofs to collapse on the heads of the inhabitants, resulting in the death and injury of 12 members of a single family in an initial toll as part of their retaliatory crimes against civilians and opponents.

The two explosions resulted in the damage and destruction of five neighboring houses, including the houses of Al-Zaylai and Naqous, which are located in an area where their houses are old and interconnected with each other, amidst widespread condemnation and outrage among the residents.


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