The UAE militia kidnapped Sheikh Rashid Al-Amoudi, a member of the Yemeni Parliament, and took him to an unknown destination | A homeland tweeting outside the flock

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Yemeni media reported that the Transitional Forces of Emergency and Security Support in Aden, backed by the UAE, had kidnapped Sheikh Rashid Al-Amoudi, a member of the Yemeni Parliament.

Yemeni sources revealed that the arrest of Sheikh Rashid Al-Amoudi came under the directives of Brigadier General Al-Khaili.

The kidnapping of Rashid Al-Amoudi

The force that arrested him was pursued and followed up by the sons of Al-Saadi who were present at the moment of the kidnapping in the Bir Fadl area. Until now, the reasons and motives for the kidnapping are not known.

For his part, investigative journalist Adnan Al-Amiri stated that the STC’s Al-Khaili forces in Aden kidnapped Sheikh Rashid Al-Amoudi, a member of the House of Representatives, and took him to an unknown destination.

He continued, revealing the reason for his arrest: “Because they want rugs on his floor.”

UAE militia killed Abdul Malik Al Sanabani

Yesterday, activists on Twitter circulated new leaked photos that they said belong to the Yemeni young man, Abdul Malik Al-Sanabani, who was killed in a hideous way by the UAE militia in Yemen, after 10 years spent in exile, where he returned to visit his homeland and his family, but the killing was waiting for him.

Among the circulation of these leaked photos was the prominent Yemeni writer Abbas Al-Dali, who posted them on his Twitter account, pointing out that they were taken while Abdul Malik Al-Sanabani was in a car detachment in Aden.

Al-Dali added, “This is evidence that the crime was monitored and followed up, and there were those who reported it in advance.”

He concluded his tweet, denouncing the heinous crime: “Racists and regionalists are burning the south, and justice is a general popular demand to stop these crimes.”

Abdul Malik Al-Sanbani

And Abdul-Malik Al-Sanabani, the lively young Yemeni man, did not expect his long journey from the United States of America to Yemen to end in the mortuary.

More than seven years after leaving Yemen, Al-Sanabani decided to return to his country and meet his family, who live in the capital, Sana’a.

But the joy that overwhelmed her while she was waiting for her expatriate son did not last long, as he was killed by the forces of the Ninth Brigade “Thunderbolt” of the UAE-backed Transitional Council in the town of Tur Al Baha in the Lahj governorate in the south of the country.

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The killing of Abdul-Malik was preceded by propaganda published by media outlets loyal to the Transitional Council, most notably “Al-Ayyam” and “Al-Amina” newspapers, according to which “Houthi” had been arrested in possession of a sum of money in US dollars.

The killing of Abdul Malik Al-Sanabani causes shock and anger

This caused shock and outrage on social media. The two newspapers reported on the Internet the account of leaders in the brigade, in which they talked about the arrest of the young man and his detention in the 9th Brigade prison for investigation, but two days later he was found dead after being tortured and shot.

Yemeni journalist Samir Al-Nimri published pictures of the young Abdul Malik before and after the crime on his Twitter account.

He commented on her by saying: “Yemen is shocked from one end to the other after the heinous crime that the UAE militias committed by kidnapping, torturing and killing the young Abdul Malik Al-Sanabani. Returning from abroad in America on charges of owning dollars, taking a selfie and renting his own car.”

The killing of Abdul-Malik provoked widespread anger and condemnation, and there were demands to arrest the killers and stop the suffering of travelers at checkpoints by the armed forces of the Transitional Council, as well as looting and practices of territorial restrictions against travelers, especially those who come from the northern regions of the country.

For his part, journalist Ahmed Jaafan Al-Subaihi wrote: “They have made the south an arena for plots, assassinations, and armed gangs that have run out of all laws, norms, and human morals.”

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He added: “The accountability must be comprehensive for the killers and those who finance them and provide them with political and institutional cover, who killed the young man, Abdul Malik al-Sanabani, in one of the points of the 9th Brigade Saiqa on the road to Tor al-Baha.”

He continued: “It is clear that they do not care about the life of anyone who falls into their hands, and they have ready-made charges for those who are led by their destiny on their way, and they do not lack the audacity derived from their leaders in the Thunderbolt Brigade and the so-called Security and Transitional Belt to commit the most heinous crimes against any human being; They are motivated by a feeling that they are far from accountability, the law, and even human and tribal norms, and there is no power or strength except with God.”

Yemeni activists have widely posted blogs calling for the arrest of the killers and bringing them to justice.

They also published video recordings from Abdul-Malik’s diary broadcast on his Facebook page about the journey back to Yemen.

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