A statement attributed to the YAfi’a tribes holds the government and Islah party responsible for the Aden attacks

A statement attributed to the YAfi’a tribes holds the government and Islah party responsible for the Aden attacks

A statement attributed to Yafi’a tribal sheikhs blamed the Yemeni government and the Yemeni Rally for Reform party for the terrorist attacks carried out by al-Houthi and al-Qaeda in Aden and Abyan in southern Yemen.

The statement issued by a number of Yafi’a sheikhs at the home of Abdul-Rabb Ahmed al-Naqib, a member of the Transitional Council presidency, said that the attendees agreed not to open condolence ceremonies until revenge was taken to cleanse the land of the south and establish an independent state of the south.

A statement blamed the legitimate government and the Al-Islah party for the attacks in Aden and Abyan on the back of their media "distorting and inciting against the southern leaders, on the top of the list is  martyr leader Abu Al-Yamama, thus making the Muslim  Brotherhood the main partner and the leading role in the legitimate government," he said.

Al-Houthi group has officially claimed to have bombed al-Jala camp with a ballistic missile and a drone , while Al-Qaeda claimed to have bombed Sheikh Othman's police station.

The statement called on the tribes of the south to "close all ports between the Yemeni Arab Republic and the south to cut off the supply to Houthis and their  aides, and Yafi’a tribes will be in the lead in carrying out this."

The statement called on the "the free men of the  south in all its segments to gather to the arena of the performances in Aden on Monday, August 5, 2019 to take appropriate action and the people of the South must say their decision alone."

The statement came hours after the issue of another statement attributed to the Yafi’a tribes that included a balanced speech, calling on southerners to come together, and to miss the opportunity for those who want to exploit the attacks of Aden and Abyan to target workers and displaced northerners in the south.

The statement condemned the hostilities against the people of the northern provinces in the south, calling them racist and inhumane acts representing those who carry them out, not the children of Yafi’a people and the south, and called for those involved to be held accountable.


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