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Yemen warns Saudi and Emirati civilians to avoid airports and military locations

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Activists for Yemen have launched an awareness campaign on social network sites, aimed at inhabitants of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates under the name “For Your safety: Stay away from airports and military locations.”

The campaigners aim to reach the civilian inhabitants in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, as well as vistors and tourists there, in order to maintain their safety. The activists stressed the need to heed the warnings of the Yemeni army and to take them very seriously.

The campaigners called on all users of social network sites and the internet to participate and contribute to the delivery of the campaign.

They pointed out that the campaign comes in order to convey the Yemeni army’s warning that it will target military sites and vital airport infrastructure in the invading nations, in retaliation to the ongoing war against Yemen. The Yemeni Armed Forces have clarified that they will do everything they can to avoid civilian casualties, and therefore warn civilians to stay away from announced targets.

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Yemeni army thwarts mercenaries attacks in Bayda (Video)

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BAYDA – Military media of the Yemeni army on Sunday released video footage shows Yemeni army fighters repelling  attacks carried out by Saudi-hired mercenaries in Bayda province, central of Yemen.

The video showed the army forces foiling the militants’ attack on Qaniah area, forcing them into retreat

The second footage showed the army forces repelling the mercenaries’ attack on Hawran area of the same district.

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Video: Yemeni army foils mercenaries’ attack in Asir

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ASIR – Military media of the Yemeni army on Sunday released video footage shows Yemeni army fighters repelling an attack carried out by Saudi-hired militants in Asir region.

The video showed the army forces foiling the militants’ attack on Abwab Al Hadeed area in front of Alb crossing, forcing them into retreat.

The Footage further showed the warplanes launching air strikes to back its mercenaries during their infiltration attempt.The army forces destroy a Saudi armored car(BMB) with a kornet rocket as the video showed.

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Infighting breaks out between Al-Qaeda and mercenary mutineers

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Fierce clashes have erupted between groups of Saudi army mercenaries and coalition-backed militants on Saturday in the axis of the Kitaf, leaving scores dead and wounded. The conflict was reportedly caused by delayed salaries and the expulsion of wounded militants from Saudi hospitals.

“A major rebellion took place within the ranks of the Saudi Army’s mercenaries in the so-called Fatah Brigade and coalition militants in the Kitaf axis, which is led by Radad al-Hashemi, because their salaries had not been paid since four months and because their wounded militants had been expelled from Saudi hospitals,” the Media Center for Northern Fronts quoted sources as saying.

The sources reported that Saudi Arabia expelled wounded mercenaries before they complete their treatment, and entrusted them to Rasdad al-Hashemi, who in turn returned them back to their homes and left them homeless, without medical treatment and unpaid, with a high chance of dying.

A number of Saudi-paid mercenaries complained earlier through social media about the “neglect and mistreatment” they face, and the expulsion of hundreds of them by their Saudi masters.

According to sources, “the members [of the mercenary forces] have staged violent protests, burning grocery stores, restaurants, exchange shops, a number of tents and wooden houses that belonged to the Saudi army and its mercenaries.”

“A military police force intervened to prevent protests, but clashes have reportedly broken out between the two sides, leaving almost 20 dead and many others wounded, most of them mercenary protesters hit by military police,” the sources added.

“The clashes have lasted for the past two days, in a rebellion against the leadership of the Saudi-led coalition forces, caused by the difficult conditions of the recruits and the insults they receive,” the sources said.

Radad al-Hashemi, who is leading the mercenary units, is one of the leaders of al-Qaeda in Yemen. Al-Hashemi attended terrorist training in the infamous Saudi-funded camp of Dammaj, and is a noted adherend to Wahhabi ideology. He

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