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19 February 2017 - 22:14
News ID: 427521
Rasa - A military source revealed that the Saudi authorities have sent two contingents of special forces to an strategic area West of the city of Ta'iz in Yemen, led by a Saudi intelligence officer was overseeing the terror groups in Iraq.
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RNA - The source, whose identity was withheld, said that the officer, who is considered as one of the first-class leaders in the Saudi intelligence, had been sent to Mokha area to follow up and monitor the Emirati military moves after the current convulsion between Saudi Arabia and the Wahhabi Salafist groups on one hand, and UAE and the Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen on the other hand, Badr News reported.


An increase of hostilities between Saudi Arabia and the Yemeni Salafist groups on one hand, and the UAE and the Muslim Brotherhood on the other hand, were highlighted with recent altercations occurred between the two sides in the Aden International Airport few days ago, the source added.


A Saudi-led coalition, which includes the Emirati forces, has launched an imposed war against Yemen in March 2015, in an attempt to bring back the country's former government to power, but the military campaign has claimed the lives of at least 13,100 Yemenis, so far.


The Saudi military aggression has also taken a heavy toll on Yemen’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, schools, and factories.


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