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Zionist Saud’s Bloodshed Coup Plan Aborted after Prominent Big Mideast Project actor Saleh sent to hell by wise Yemenis

5 December 2017 11:39

 

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari said the death of Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh put an end to a coup-style attempt in the Arab country.

“We witnessed that they (the enemies) intended to launch a coup against the Mujahedeen and Ansarullah but this plot was nipped in the bud,” General Jafari said, addressing a ceremony in Tehran on Tuesday.

Meantime, he voiced regret that Saudi Arabia has engaged in war and conflicts with other Muslim nations on behalf of the US and Israel and is fomenting insecurity in these countries. “They are sowing differences among Muslims at the order of the US and with its support and they are accompanying the Israelis.”

The Yemeni interior ministry confirmed on Monday earlier media reports saying that Saleh has been killed while escaping from Sana’a to Ma’arib province.

 

 

Saleh was fleeing Sana’a on an armored vehicle when his vehicle was hit and destroyed.

 

 

 

Saleh was also accompanied by his deputy Aref Zuka and Secretary-General of the National Congress Party Yasser al-Avazi when their car was hit in Khoulan al-Tayal security point.

A Yemeni reporter said that Saleh had an appointment with Ali Mohsen al-Ahmar, one of the former military men affiliated to the former regime and Saudi Arabia, to help him escape from Ma’arib to be transferred to the UAE.

Meantime, after reports on Saleh’s death, the Saudi-led coalition of several countries released a statement, calling on their citizens in Sana’a to distance at least 500m from Ansarullah bases.

The new change in the course of the Yemeni conflict came after Saleh and his supporters turned their weapons against Ansarullah movement.

Meantime, Ansarullah leader Abdul-Malek al-Houthi accused Saleh of “betrayal,” vowing to keep fighting against the Saudi-led coalition.

The coalition later welcomed Saleh’s new stance and offered to provide support to fight the Ansarullah fighters, according to Al-Arabiya.

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