How do US-Saudi Aggression, its mercenaries returning errorist groups to Shabwa?
The governor of Shabwa province, Sheikh Ahmed bin Hassan Al-Amir, accused the US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries of fuelling the violence in the province and returning Al-Qaeda and Daesh groups to a number of districts of Shabwa.
In a statement, Al-Amir told Almasirah Net that takfiri groups have been brought to Shabwa during the past months from the provinces of Marib and Al-Baidha to support the Islah Party militias in confrontations with the pro-Emirati transitional militias.
The governor noted that Islah Party and General Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar are behind the facilitation of Al-Qaeda’s return to Shabwa and are financing its movements in a number of districts of the province in order to tighten their military control over the oil sources.
The people of Aden condemned the crime committed by the UAE occupation forces in Al-Hajjar village in Shabwa governorate. At a meeting organized by the Forum of the People of Aden, they affirmed their solidarity with the people in Shabwa and supprted their right to defending themselves.
They called on the tribes of Shabwa, Abyan and Hadramout to support the people in Al-Hajar village in the face of the UAE occupation and their mercenaries, represented by the Shabwan Elite Forces. The Forum demanded all tribes to respond to the violations and intimidation of children and women committed by the UAE backed forces. They also called on the people of Shabwa, who are working with aggression, to rethink their positions and quit from the forces of aggression.
Violent clashes broke out between the residents of Markhah area and the so-called “elite Shabanian forces” loyal to the United Arab Emirates, in which the UAE occupation used military aircraft, killing eight people.
Local sources said that the elite Shabanian forces, with the participation of warplanes, raided the houses of citizens in Al-Hajar village in Markhah. They clashed with the residents and killed eight of them on the pretext of searching for a member from Al-Qaeda.
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Despite the coalition claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Saudi bombers are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.
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