The criminal Houthi militias are still bombing the homes of citizens relentlessly, with the aim of further killing and displacement of the people of Hodeidah since the start of the UN truce in 2018.
During the past 9 days, militias committed crimes against civilians in various directorates of Al Hudaydah Governorate.
On Wednesday, October 21, the militias launched a missile strike on the al-Manzhar residential neighborhood in the south of Hodeidah city, which resulted in the total destruction of five houses, as well as partial damage to a number of neighboring houses, wounding two women and three children.
On the same day, militias fired snipers directly at citizens' homes in the Al-Jabaliya area in Al-Tuhayat District, seriously injuring a seven-year-old girl.
The city of Hays had the lion's share of Houthi violations in recent days, where an elderly person was killed by Houthi snipers, another was wounded by Houthi fire, and another person was wounded after the bombing of citizens' homes with mortar shells.
The militias repeated the same criminal act, on Monday, in Hays, which caused the death of a thirty-year-old woman.
The Houthis' criminality was not limited to killing and harassing citizens and destroying their homes and property, but rather extended to everything that contributes to paralyzing life.
Vital facilities benefiting thousands of citizens were targeted in various villages and cities in Al Hudaydah Governorate.
As the militias usually target vital facilities, which are the artery on which the lives of citizens are based, the militias bombed the Thabit Brotherhood Industrial and Commercial Complex, causing severe damage to the complex's structure, and one of the compound's employees died as a result of that bombing.
On Sunday, October 25, the Houthi militia systematically and directly targeted the solar energy system for the Al-Tuhayat water project, causing the system to be suspended from work, depriving more than 30,000 people of water.