ISIL, zionist terror gang attacking mosques, claims responsibility of Sanaa Mosque attack
A bomb exploded at an Al Houthi mosque in the Yemeni capital Sana’a on Friday, wounding 13 people, a security source said, and Daesh claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement on Twitter.
Extremist group Daesh claimed a Friday attack on a Shiite mosque in Yemen’s capital Sanaa, reportedly injuring 13 people, according to Reuters.
“Members of the caliphate in Sanaa have detonated an explosive device in a Houthi mosque in the people’s district…which led to the death and injury of many of them,” read a Daesh statement on Twitter.
Security sources told Reuters a bomb was planted inside the mosque before Friday prayers began. Two of the 13 wounded people are in critical condition.
also today an Informed sources confirmed that at least 32 civilians were killed as a result of the Saudi-led coalition’s air attacks on the nearby areas of Sana’a and Hajja in the Northwestern parts of Yemen.
Shiite Houthi Revolutionary Forces in recent months have seized large areas of the country, prompting the formation of a Saudi-led Arab coalition that is conducting airstrikes to halt their advances and reinstall fled former President Abd Rabu Mansur Hadi.
Meanwhile, Sunni extremist groups, including Daesh and Al-Qaeda, have been taking advantage of the chaos to extend their reach in Yemen.In April, Daesh released a video purporting their presence in Yemen.Earlier in March, the group claimed a violent string of bombing attacks on Shiite mosques in Sanaa, killing at least 142 people during Friday prayer.
Daesh has also claimed a number of other attacks around Yemen in recent months.
Today Explosions rocked the outskirts of Yemen’s capital Sanaa Friday after Saudi-led coalition airstrikes against Houthi positions, residents told AFP.
Locals witnessed strikes on a number of positions, including a camp of the Republican Guards.
an Informed sources confirmed that at least 32 civilians were killed as a result of the Saudi-led coalition’s air attacks on the nearby areas of Sana’a and Hajja in the Northwestern parts of Yemen.
Saudi Arabia has been bombing Yemen in the last 58 days to bring its ally, fugitive president Mansour Hadi, back to power. The airstrikes have killed, at least, 3,889 Yemenis, according to FNA’s independent tally.