Tribal gunmen from one family blew up two houses of a neighboring family after an altercation over a wall that separates the two plots of land
Ibb tribesmen use Houthi tactics to settle scores
Tribesmen from Beit Al-Taheri blew up two houses of Beit Al-Sanahni on Friday in Ibb governorate after an altercation over a wall that separates the two plots of land.
The recent clashes, which killed two people and injured eight, in the village of Al-Sharnama in Ibb district highlights the security lapse in the war-weary country.
A local resident in the same area told Almasdar Online that the gunmen expelled women and children from the house and then looted, bombed and burnt the place down.
The house explosions reminded residents of similar tactics the Houthis used to expel people from their homes after seizing the capital of Sana’a and surrounding governorates in 2015.