Aden. Security forces led by "Shallal Shaye’a" raid the home of an official of the Ministry of Interior and arrest him by force

Aden. Security forces led by "Shallal Shaye’a" raid the home of an official of the Ministry of Interior and arrest him by force


Security sources in the interim capital Aden, in southern Yemen, said that a security force belonging to the UAE-backed Southern Transition raided the house of a senior interior ministry official on Monday evening, before arresting him and taking him to an unknown destination.

The sources added to "Al-Masdar Online" that several crews of the Aden Security Department led by its director Shallal Shaye’a, supported by crews from the security belt, surrounded the house of Brigadier General Fadel al-Abadi, in Al-Lluhoom area of Dar Saad district, north of Aden, before storming it, and arrested Al-Abadi at gunpoint.

Al-Abadi, director general of the pension fund at the Interior Ministry's Office, stormed and kidnapped his home as part of a campaign by UAE-backed forces against security and military leaders opposed to the southern transitional separatism project.

Witnesses told Al-Masdar Online Yesterday, STC forces raided the home of patrol police and road security chief Colonel Labib al-Abed, who is located in the Al-Memdara neighborhood of Sheikh Osman, north of Aden, before looting the contents of the house, including al-Abed's car, a generator belonging to the house and other things, ".

Pro-UAE forces have been leading raids on the homes of military and local leaders opposed to the STC since they took control of the city on August 10th, including widespread looting of homes, as well as the killing and assault of some of its relatives.

About two days ago, the transitional forces raided the house of the staff of the Transport Brigade Colonel Mohammed al-Bukry al-Subaihi, as well as the homes of dozens of officials and civilians from Abyan and Shabwa, against the backdrop of the latter's support for the government forces and the rejection of the coup by the Transitional Council with the support, arming and planning of the United Arab Emirates, according to official government data.


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