At least seven of the most prominent military leaders loyal to the Saudi-led coalition forces have been killed on Saturday in Ma’rib province.
This was reported by the Yemen Press Agency, based on local sources.
The sources indicated that the Saudi-led occupation forces suffered heavy losses during a failed attack on the areas previously liberated by the Yemeni army and Popular Committees during the past days, in the outskirts of Madghal district in Ma’rib province.
The Saudi attack ended in massacre at the Tabin Mountain and in Al-Zabra area, in which dozens of them were killed or wounded, including six of their most prominent leaders.
Amongst the mercenary leaders killed in battle are Field Commander Nayef Saeed Kharsan Maqshad Al-Ajda’i, military commander Waleed Al-Toli, Nayef Maqshad Al-Ajda’i, Masoud Mubarak Ja’dar Al-Ajda’i, Rakan Khodhaym Al-Thwi, and Hamad Mohammed Ja’dar Al-Ajda’I, according to the sources.
The sources also added that another officer, Lieutenant Mohammed Nasser Abdullah Al-Hulaisi, was killed at the Al-Juba front, south of Ma’rib province.