Hundreds paid fighters announce rebellion against the coalition forces in southern Yemen




According to informed sources, hundreds of paid fighters of the so-called “protection forces”, loyal to the US -backed Saudi-led coalition in the province of Al-Mahra, announced the rebellion against the leadership of the coalition and rejected the military directives, in protest against the failure to pay thei rsuspended dues for several months.

The sources said in statements quoted by media outlets that hundreds of recruits of the so-called “protection forces” threatened the leader of  the so-called “protection forces”, to leave their positions , withdraw , and return to their homes in the event of non-response to their demands and the speed of
disbursement of their suspended, six months ago.

The sources quoted from some of the recruits of the coalition as saying that the Saudi forces deal with the recruits with racism. They divided them into first, second and third grades, according to him, and paid them dues to the “first class” while deliberately ignoring the rest.

The sources pointed out that the commander of the Saudi forces, in the province of Mahara, directed the leaders of the paid fighters to deal strictly with anyone who tries to provoke chaos in the camps of the so-called “protection forces”, and arrest all those who reject orders or try to escape.

According to the sources, the commander of the Saudi forces, prevented anyone from getting out of  the camps of the so-called “protection forces”and any request to leave under any pretext.

The southern areas controlled by the coalition forces are witnessing chaos, insecurity and the spread of the Takfiri groups with expansion of their activity. Besides the increasing of assassinations, bombings and clashes between militants fighting for influence among them.

اعلان الزكاة