The UAE has lost two important militia camps affiliated to Yemen within 24 hours as part of Yemeni efforts to counter Abu Dhabi’s plots to spread chaos and sabotage in the country.
Yemeni circles revealed that within 24 hours, the Emirates lost two important camps, the first (Abu Musa Al Ash’ari) camp in Khokha.
Prior to that, the Yemeni forces affiliated with the legitimate government had regained an army camp in the Socotra Archipelago Governorate from elements of the Emirati-backed transitional council.
The government forces extended their control over the Special Forces camp in the cities of Hadiboh, after eight weeks of rebellion carried out by the so-called Security Belt forces backed by the United Arab Emirates.
The source confirmed that dozens of elements loyal to the UAE withdrew from the camp, while a number of elements fought limited clashes with the security campaign of legitimacy.
The operation led to the launch of a loyal military commander, as well as the brother of Socotra’s police chief, after they were kidnapped by pro-Emirati rebels late last week.
A few days ago, elements supported by the UAE had attempted to attack the house of the governor of Socotra Ramzi Mahrous, in an attempt to blow up the situation on the island.
Although the Saudi-Emirati alliance interfered in the Yemeni war on the pretext of supporting legitimacy and preventing a coup against it, the strikes that the coalition directed to legitimacy in the past five years seemed more than its protection operations, which made it deviate from its duties and turn into a burden, which the Houthis benefited from they arranged their ranks and turned the equation on more than one military and political stage.
The most prominent images of these stabs were represented by the support of militias outside the framework of the state in the southern governorates and the western coast, leading to a mysterious presence of the coalition in areas not reached by the Houthi coup, especially in Socotra, Mahra, and Mukalla, which led to the state’s dissolution in the liberated governorates, as was its absence. In the Houthi regions.
Today, after five years of war, there is no doubt that it is a Muslim in Yemen that there is a hidden agenda for the Saudi-Emirati alliance in the country, and that this agenda is the one that controls the course of battles and directs them in a rush and ebb, in a way that suits the hidden accounts that lie in the subconscious of the coalition leadership, Battles generally.
It is evident that this special agenda contradicts the general goal of restoring legitimacy and rolling back the coup; rather, it is quite the opposite of this, as it contributes to prolonging the time of war and with it the prolongation of the life of the coup.
As evidenced by the many battles inside, the borders also appeared more clearly, especially after the movie “Death on the Borders” managed to elucidate the story in all its dimensions, and with a high level of documentation shocked the Yemeni viewer and the involved parties, as she looked at herself and the film was able to its nakedness is as it is its hidden essence, which you might not have expected in public and with that professional image.