A military source in the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) said on Thursday, that the Al-Jawf border governorate with Saudi Arabia was subjected to more than 150 air strikes by Arab coalition warplanes.
According to the Houthi-run Yemeni news agency "Saba" the source confirmed that the coalition aircraft launched more than 150 air raids in Al-Jawf since the beginning of February this "left victims and great destruction of citizens' property."
The source pointed out that on Thursday, coalition fighters launched four raids on the Sedba area of Al-Meton District in Al-Jawf, northern Yemen, and "caused damage to citizens' property.".
The source pointed out that on Wednesday, the coalition warplanes targeted Al-Jawf Governorate with 19 air strikes, 17 of which focused on the Al-Ghail district and two raids on the Aqaba area of the Khub Walshaaf district.
According to a statistic of the Ansar Allah group (Houthis), the coalition aircraft targeted more than 147 raids "public installations, civilian objects and citizen farms in the districts of Al-Ghail, Al-Meton, Al-Masloub, Khub Washaaf in Al-Jawf this February."
The Ansar Allah (Houthis) statistic said that coalition air raids committed a crime in the Al-Masloub District, "which killed 35 people, including 19 children, 7 women and 15 wounded."
Violent confrontations between the Yemeni internationally recognized government forces backed by coalition airstrikes and the Ansar Allah group (Houthis) have been going on for several weeks, and neither side has made real progress in the field.