Because he was from "North." Restaurant owner's body found in Aden hours after kidnapping

Because he was from "North." Restaurant owner's body found in Aden hours after kidnapping


A local source told Al-Masdar Online that local residents in Inma residential neighborhood found the body of a resident who owns a popular restaurant in the Bir Fadhel area west of the southern city of Aden

The source said that gunmen belonging to a gang leader nicknamed "Al-Matour" came to the city restaurant located in Inma residential city, they closed the restaurant, on the charge that it belonged to a person belonging to the northern provinces and then took the citizen Radwan Ali, the owner of the restaurant, with them to an unknown destination.

According to the source, residents in the area of Bir Fadhel found the body of Radwan, who belongs to the central province of Ibb, on Sunday morning, hours after he was kidnapped and closed the restaurant he runs, and the incident led to the closure of shops in Inma by its owners following fears of attacks by gunmen.

The interim capital Aden (southern Yemen) is witnessing a wave of incitement and mobilization against workers and craftsmen belonging to the northern provinces by activists and leaders of the Southern Transitional Council and activists of the current demands for secession, and armed men following security and military formations supported by the UAE deport citizens belong to the northern provinces and prevent others from crossing the city's borders based on their geographical identity.


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