Like Syrians, Yemeni mercenaries now in Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

YEMEN – Yemeni media quoted military and intelligence sources as confirming the arrival of nearly 200 mercenaries from the Yemeni Islah (Reform) party, the main arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen, to Libya to fight alongside the militias of Fayez al-Sarraj government (GNA) with Turkish support against the Libyan National Army (LNA).

According to the Yemen News Gate website, which is close to the Houthis, The Islah militia in Marib sent fighters to Turkey under the guise of receiving treatment hospitals, then they were transferred to the capital, Tripoli.

The website indicated that the Islah party is trying to form a military alliance with Turkey, by sending fighters alongside it in Libya, amid increasing reports of possible Turkish interference in Yemen, especially against the National Army and the Southern Transitional Council.

The Yemeni Islah Party has long been associated with extremist organizations and used them to implement its agendas in Yemen.

In turn, Yemeni May 4 newspaper confirmed that the Islah party is trying to consolidate the military alliance with Turkey by fighting alongside it in Libya, in preparation for calling it to intervene in Yemen.

The newspaper quoted sources LNA forces captured a number of Yemeni fighters from the Islah Party in Libya, including (Taha Al-Ahdal – a student who was studying in Turkey, Muhammad Radman and Abdul Razzaq Radman, both from Rajm Directorate in Al Mahwit).


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