Ansarullah: Saudi Intelligence Leading Terrorist Groups, Militias in Yemen
Saudi Arabia’s spy agency is leading and organizing terrorist groups operating in Yemen, a senior member of Ansarullah movement announced on Saturday.
“The Saudi intelligence operatives are sponsoring different terrorist groups and pro-Hadi militias who are wreaking havoc on Yemen,” Abdul Monem al-Bashiri told FNA.
He further added that the so-called Island Shield security forces and hundreds of foreign terrorists have joined the Takfiri groups and the loyalists to Yemen’s fugitive President Mansour Hadi under the Saudi command in an attempt to further destabilize the Arab country and undermine the Ansarullah popular fighters.
Al-Bashiri also said that dozens of Saudi officers are present in Yemen’s port city of Aden in order to bridge the widening gaps between the al-Qaeda terrorists and pro-Hadi militias as well as facilitate coordination among them.
He added that Riyadh is seeking to reclaim its clout over Aden by backing the terrorists and militias so that it can provide a safe corridor for the transit of terrorists into the country’s capital Sana’a and other regions which are under the control of the revolutionaries.
The senior Ansarullah member also said that almost 5000 terrorists are spread out across Yemen’s Aden, Sana’a and Hadramawt.
Reports from militant-held areas said daily struggles between pro-Hadi militias and al-Qaeda terrorists have now become a daily scene, adding that rifts have been increasingly widening after Ansarullah fighters made major advances across the Arab country.
The Ansarullah fighters and the army troops have made major advances in their fight against the al-Qaeda terrorists and pro-Hadi militias across Yemen.
The clashes between the Ansarullah fighters and the Saudi-backed al-Qaeda terrorists as well as the pro-Hadi militias continue in the Southern parts of the country as Saudi Arabia has been striking Yemen for 31 days now to restore power to fugitive president Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh. The Saudi-led aggression has so far killed at least 2915 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.
On Tuesday the monarchy declared end to Yemen airstrikes after four weeks of bombings, but airstrikes are still underway.