INCREASED MOVEMENTS AND ACTIVITY OF TERRORIST GROUPS IN THE AREAS CONTROLLED BY THE REFORM BROTHERHOOD PARTY, AMID INTERNATIONAL WARNINGS AND CONCERNS
Sat., November 28, 2020 / Exclusive
The activities of terrorist groups from the Al-Qaeda and ISIS organizations have returned to the areas controlled by the so-called legitimacy of the Brotherhood, whose decision and army are controlled by the Brotherhood’s Reform Party, and it is based in the northern governorate of Marib, its headquarters for its operations and the launch of its activities, which have become a distraction to international peace and security in light of the movement of terrorist elements in areas under their control with ease and without arrested or targeted them.
International intelligence and media outlets warned of the danger of the return of terrorist groups’ activity, especially in the areas under the control of the legitimate government in Marib, Al-Bayda, Shabwa and Abyan governorates, in order to leave the sources of the decision in Washington with warnings about the restoration of Al-Qaeda and ISIS cells and their previous locations and camps after the entry of the Muslim Brotherhood forces to Shabwa and areas in Abyan, and the end the role of the Shabwani Elite in Shabwa and the Security Belt in the regions of Abyan up to Shakra coastal.
In complete contrast to the international authorities’ praises of the security and military formations that the United Arab Emirates supervised its support and training and made security and military achievements in combating terrorism and became a serious and successful ally of the international community in combating terrorism and its activities that threaten international peace and security through international corridors and outlets through which the global trade movement and the interests of countries pass. . . While media sources indicated that an international isolation will be carried out against the leaders of the Reform Brotherhood Party, which is affiliated with the so-called legitimate government.