Islah Party Pushes Dozens of Al-Qaeda to Shabwa

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Dozens of al-Qaeda organization militants arrived at a camp belonging to Islah Party loyal to Saudi-led coalition in Shabwa province, eastern Yemen, local sources reported on Thursday.

According to the YPA, a number of Al-Qaeda operatives on pick-up cars of Hilux type arrived in ‘Morra’ camp, west of Ataq city, the capital of the province.

The sources confirmed that the terrorist elements entered the camp in groups during the past weeks.

A number of Al-Qaeda members cut off on Thursday Bihan-Nesab road leading to the ‘Morra’ camp, the sources added.

The Islah party had established new camps in the Radhom district, on the Arabian Sea coast, to receive the terrorist elements that were summoned by Turkey and Libya to fight in the ranks of the party militants on Marib front.

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