Emirati private jet carrying transitional leadership to Mukalla and armed processions arouse discontent of residents of the city

Emirati private jet carrying transitional leadership to Mukalla and armed processions arouse discontent of residents of the city


An Emirati private jet on Thursday morning carrying the so-called "Southern Transitional Council" to the city of Mukalla, capital of Hadramawt, east of Yemen.

Dozens of armed vehicles loaded with transitional gunmen preceded by Aydaroos  Zubaidi, Hani Ben Brik and Ahmed Ben Brik to Hadramawt, which was seen scouring the streets of the city, raising widespread discontent among the city's residents.

The NTC, which adopts the option of secession in southern Yemen and receives support from the United Arab Emirates, announced that it is holding its second periodic session, next Saturday, in the city of Mukalla.

In the same vein, transitional leaders from Shabwah brought in military crowds accompanying them to the city of Mukalla. What made the city teeming with militants and wagons loaded with machine guns in an unprecedented way.

The signs of societal discontent with these appearances began in comments on social media sites where activist Mansour Bawadi commented on this incident with a post on his Facebook page by saying:  "The entrance of them in this picture indicates their desire to break his nostrils and find prestige for themselves, but we We know that crows remain crows. "

He added:  "Neither Aydaroos nor his people will dare to enter this way, if not the green light from the kingdom and the UAE, for something already prepared ".

"With these reckless behaviors, the alliance but itself in responsibility position, so people are not blamed if they raise their voices in protest and dissent," he said.

Media activist Tariq Baslum also commented: The military force in which the transitional delegation entered Al-Mukalla raises questions. At least (tens of) vehicles couldn't count them for their abundance-all filled with soldiers, guns and machine guns, including an anti-aircraft!

I wonder, Baslum.!.. Because I do not remember that any of the governors or commanders of military zones or even the Prime Minister and perhaps the President of the Republic himself has escorted a force of this size in his movements (in the liberated governorates). What does “Abu Issam” and his people looking for? Is it a scare message or a fear?.. Is what my eyes saw normal and always happens when support is available?? Please advise me!

The southern transitional has armed formations and entities opposed to the legitimate Yemeni government, supported and funded by the United Arab Emirates.


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