A Yemeni girl named Assila Sadek Al-Dodahy stands out as an example of her nation’s women, who stand in the face of aggression. Assila courageously stood in the face of the Iranian enemy and its arm in Yemen, the Houthi terrorist militias.
The 17-year-old girl fought the Houthis with her martyred uncle’s gun in Oud district in the Directorate of Al-Nadra, Ibb Governorate.
For nearly an hour, AsSila courageously defended the girls and women of the village of Zafar, killing and wounding more than 12 Houthis.
Assila was killed after killing 4 Houthis and wounding 8 others outside her home. Assila, of the Oud tribe, was a niece of Lutf Saleh Al-Dodahy, who was killed by the Houthis earlier.
Mohamed Abbadi, a researcher on Iranian affairs, told THE REFERENCE that the Tehran-backed terrorist militias are in a tough situation after the Arab coalition blocked smuggling ways, through which it used to get aid from the mullah regime.
“The Houthi militias loot the Yemeni people to finance their terrorist operations,” he said.
Abbadi has said there is growing anger at the shameful actions of the Houthis. “The popular rejection is on the rise,” he said, adding that the Yemeni women’s resistance will have a significant role.