On Thursday, November 29, 2018, the photographer of Suhail Saleh Ghaleb al-Muraisi, brother of colleague Fawzi Al Mursi, was seriously wounded by a landmine planted by Al Houthi militia in Jabal Al Tuhami in the town of Yais, north of Dhala.
Al Maoreisi was taken to a hospital in the city of Qataba after suffering severe injuries to his feet, before being transferred to Aden hospitals due to the seriousness of the injury.
Many civilians in the liberated areas, which are more than ten villages north and west of Maoreis, suffer from mines and remnants of war and have not been able to return to their homes. More than 20 days have passed since their villages have been cleared of militia control due to mines and improvised explosive devices In roads and houses, and agricultural areas and water wells were not delivered.
Citizens in the villages of north and west of Moareis appealed urgently to all human rights organizations, as well as organizations interested in demining, to quickly go to the region to combat mines that are expected to cause more casualties, mostly children and women.