"Abu al-Abbas" battalions leader killed with his escort after raiding his home in Aden

"Abu al-Abbas" battalions  leader killed with his escort after raiding his home in Aden

A source in the Abu Abbas Brigades said on Saturday that the commander of the 9th sector of the brigades, Nadim al-San’ani, was killed after a raid by security forces for his apartment in southern city of Aden, the interim capital.

The source told Al-Masdar online that Al-San’ani was killed with a friend while the third was detained by the belt forces, after the latter raided their apartment upon "malicious report."

The deputy commander of the brigades, Adel al-Izzi, contacted the Arab coalition forces led by Saudi Arabia in Aden, and the latter summoned Yusran al-Maqtari, the commander of the counter-terror forces in the security Belt forces, and was being investigated, he added.

The source did not provide details of the "malicious report ".

Al-San’ani was an assistant in the special forces of the Republican palace in Taiz before the outbreak of the war, while Adel Izzi was a central security officer in Sa'ada and also arrived in Taiz before the eruption of the war .

Adel, Nadim and Radwan al-'odini (killed earlier) are leaders who participated in the liberation of the neighborhoods of eastern Taiz, and are counted on the Congress party, but Al- San’ani is accused of managing assassinations of soldiers in Taiz.


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