Military Official: US, S. Arabia, Turkey, Islah Party Collaborating to Transfer Terrorists from Syria to Yemen
“Turkey has now started a new round of exporting terrorists who have failed in their mission in Syria to Yemen in coordination with the US spy agencies and Saudi Arabia,” a senior member of the military council of Tai’z, Rashed Abdullah al-Maweri, told FNA on Monday.
He also revealed collaboration between certain political parties in Yemen with Saudi Arabia to transfer the terrorists, and said, “Before this, leaders of Islah party had transferred tens of Yemeni terrorists from Syria to Yemen.”
Lebanese media reported in October that Riyadh has resorted to hiring the terrorists in Syria to repel the Yemeni army and Ansarullah’s attacks.
Al-Akhbar reported that the Saudi spy agency has started hiring the terrorist groups operating in Southern Syria following the recent advances of the Yemeni army in the bordering areas and in Jizzan, Najran and Asir provinces.
Security sources in Southern Syria told the Lebanese daily that the Saudi spy agency is hiring 3,000 to 4,000 terrorists in the region to transfer them to the Saudi-Yemeni border regions to fight against the Abdullah Saleh and Ansarullah forces.
They added that Jordan and Saudi Arabia have resumed training for the terrorists stationed in Southern Syria since late August. The training is done in the Jordanian army bases in Northern Jordan and the Saudi bases at the two regions of Arar and Hafr al-Baten in the Northeastern parts of Saudi Arabia, according to the sources.