Minister Al-Jabwani: We have evidence of the UAE's relationship with al-Qaeda and ISIS

Minister Al-Jabwani: We have evidence of the UAE's relationship with al-Qaeda and ISIS

Transport Minister Saleh al-Jabwani said the Yemeni government has evidence that the UAE is Saudi Arabia's main partner in the alliance to support legitimacy in Yemen, have relations with the terrorist organizations al-Qaeda and ISIS.

"We have all the evidence that the UAE is linked to al-Qaeda and ISIS in Yemen and by names," al-Jabwani said in a tweet on his Twitter account on Wednesday.

"These terrorists are using these terrorists to strike Yemeni army reinforcements through Shabwa Abyan provinces," he said.

Army units of the legitimate government in the two provinces in southern Yemen are being ambushed and targeted with improvised explosive devices and smart missiles.

Officials of the UAE-backed Southern Transitional Council (STC) say that the fighters of the security belts, the Shabwa elite and the southern resistance are responsible for carrying out these attacks, and a legitimate end to prevent the forces they describe as "invading and terrorist" from attacking the council's control areas in Aden. and neighboring provinces.

In August, armed formations belonging to the UAE and on the southern Transitional Council took control of the provinces of Lahj, Aden, Abyan and Al-Dhalea, after clashes with government forces, but failed to invade government-controlled areas in neighboring Shabwa province.

The army of the legitimate government was later able to consolidate its control over the entire oil province of Shabwa, after clashes with the UAE-backed "Shabwa elite" forces, while other units sided with legitimacy, and participated in rapid advances, leading to control of Abyan province and access to the capital. Aden, before Emirati fighter jets intervened and targeted them in Aden and Zanzibar, leaving dozens of army personnel dead and wounded.


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