Iran-backed Houthis arrest 46 citizens in a massive campaign of raids on a village in Baydha
The Iran-backed Houthis launched on Tuesday a massive campaign of raids and arrests on the village of Beit Al-Khader in the Al-Sawadia district of Baydha governorate, with dozens of military vehicles and tanks.
Local sources said that the Houthis raided the village of Beit Al-Khader, at five in the morning, with dozens of military vehicles and tanks, for no apparent reason.
According to the sources, the military campaign consisted of 100 military vehicles, 20 tanks and 12 drones, and resulted in the arrest of 46 citizens of the area. The Houthis also stormed and searched homes and looted valuable contents.
The siege and the terrorist campaign are still going on. The sources added.
The Houthis continue their violations against the people of Baydha. According to a human rights report, the Houthi violations against the people of Baydha amounted to nearly 400 violations during the past year, while during the period from 2019 to 2022, they amounted to 9 thousand documented cases of violations.