The black October at the hands of UAE in southern Yemen
The UAE-backed security belt paid fighters killed and wounded seven recruiters of Islah paid fighters, arrested eight others and took over three military pick-up vehicles in Abyan province.The security belt paid fighters clashed with Islah recruiters in Mawdiah district.
Local sources in Socotra province reported that the UAE overthrew Hadi’s governor and assigned one of Socotra former officials to take over the province.
According to the sources, the UAE occupation representative on the Island Khalfan al-Mazroui assigned ” the director general of Hadebo Directorate, “Salem Dahiq” to run the affairs of the province, instead of the governor of the coalition-backed government Riad Mahrous, who had issued a decree prohibiting the entry of any foreign citizen to the island except under a visa from his government.
UAE withdrew military vehicles handed over to Abo al-Abbass battalions and brigades loyal to Islah party in Taiz province.Before three days, UAE withdrew four armored vehicles from 35 brigade and three vehicles from Abo al-Abbass battalions.
The UAE-backed security belt forces deployed in Bariqa area of Aden province.The deployment of the security belt forces came in anticipation of the arrival of exiled Hadi’s troops and Islah factions.
The UAE Occupation forces pushed three military brigades to Abyan province. The UAE sent three military brigades were brought from the West Coast Front, left Aden and arrived in the Sheikh Salem area on the outskirts of Zinjibar city in the past hours.
Media sources revealed that the UAE’s Ruler on the island, Khalfan al-Mazrouei, is in the process of acquiring 150,000 square meters of land on the Dixam plateau, a protected area in the center of the Socotra island.
The U.S. website ” lobe log”, cited the governor of Hadi in Socotra Island saying that the UAE ruler on the island “has extended his control over 1, 150 square meters of land in the protected Plateau “Dixam” in the center of the archipelago.
The local authority in the occupied province of Socotra Island, southern Yemen, carried out a campaign to remove the UAE’s flags and emblems from all institutions and replace them with the Yemeni flag.
According to residents, the local authority along with residents began carrying out a wide campaign aimed at removing the UAE and separatist flags, obliterating the emblems of the occupation forces and raising the Yemeni flag in all government offices in the province.
An Emirati ship has returned back to Aden after leaving the southern port city of Aden for hours. The ship, loaded with a large number of tanks and military equipment, came out at Tuesday’s noon.
A military commander in Islah party (Yemeni Branch of Muslim Brotherhood) said that “the UAE is seeking to replace the Southern Transitional Council Militias with Salafist in Aden.
“My friend asked me a little while ago to make a comment about bringing the Al- Amaliqah Brigades to fight the guardian in Aden after the failure of the UAE-backed security belts and the elites, Major General Salem al-Awlaqi said on his Twitter.
The UAE occupation forces continued to reinforce their military arsenals in Yemen’s southern province of Aden sending 100 armored vehicles to the province.The reinforcement came in light of preparation for entering a decisive battle with Saudi forces.
The UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council(STC)’s command in Socotra sent a warning message to Saudi-backed Islamic Islah party the province.
A member of the Council in Socotra Yahya bin Mubarak accused the Islah party of trying to militarize and bring paid fighters to the province.
In March 2015, the US -backed –Saudi-led coalition started a war against Yemen with the declared aim of crushing the Houthi Ansarullah movement, who had taken over from the staunch Riyadh ally and fugitive former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, while also seeking to secure the Saudi border with its southern neighbor. Three years and over 600,000 dead and injured Yemeni people and prevented the patients from travelling abroad for treatment and blocked the entry of medicine into the war-torn country, the war has yielded little to that effect.
Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
More than 2,200 others have died of cholera, and the crisis has triggered what the United Nations has described as the world’s worst humanitarian disaster.