Martyrs of the UAE army in the Yemeni war against the Houthi priesthood, terrorism and tools of regional chaos

English - الثلاثاء 30 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 11:03 ص
Aden, NewsYemen, Exclusive:

Today, on November 30, Yemenis share with the United Arab Emirates the memory of the martyrs in the Emirates and the anniversary of the independence of the south from British colonialism.

After the Decisive Storm, the Emirati Martyr's Day is no longer a private Emirati affair, where Emirati blood mixed with Yemeni soil in the south, east and west, and they are fighting together to rid Yemen of the grip of “Iran”, which overthrew the state and abolished the political process and national sharing of power in favor of a “sectarian, ideological, sectarian militia” that owes allegiance to Iran instead of submitting to the Yemeni people.

The role of the UAE army was not limited to “confronting the Houthis,” the arm of Iran, but the UAE provided blood and arms support to the Yemenis to confront “terrorism” with all its organizations, al-Qaeda, ISIS and others, from Aden in the south in the summer of 2015 to Marib in the north, Hadhramaut Mukalla, Mocha and even Hodeidah in the west.

Aden.. The first drop:

 The city of love and peace, Aden and its people, did not forget the sacrifices and valor of Emirati leaders and soldiers. 

The sisterly Arab Emirates provided a constellation of martyrs and wounded to liberate Aden in 2015. The first blood that was shed on the night of Aden’s victory on 27 Ramadan 2015 was the blood of First Lieutenant Abdulaziz Sarhan Saleh Al Kaabi.

Lieutenant "Al-Kaabi" was martyred on July 16, 2015, in the "Ghazi Alwan" area of the "Khor Maksar" district, while leading the battle to liberate Aden Airport from the Houthis. The good news came hours after his martyrdom by declaring victory in the Battle of Aden and defeating the Houthis.

Lieutenant Al-Kaabi was the first to supervise the training of more than 200 soldiers and individuals in the Southern Resistance, in preparation for the battle of liberation.

On March 26, 2016, ISIS claimed responsibility for bombings targeting Emirati forces in Aden, which killed 25, most of them Emirati soldiers, in two explosions that targeted the entrance to the Emirati forces camp in Buraiqa in the city.

Four Emiratis were martyred on October 6, 2015, in an attack in the capital, Aden, which targeted the headquarters of the Yemeni government and a gathering of Emirati forces in the city.

Three other soldiers were martyred during their participation in Operation Restore Hope, they are "Martyr Corporal First Jumaa Jawhar Juma al-Hammadi, Martyr Corporal Khaled Muhammad Abdullah al-Shehhi and Martyr First Corporal Fahim Saeed Ahmad al-Habsi", on June 25, as a result of a landmine explosion on the road between the capital Aden and the governorate of Abyan.

At another time, six Emirati soldiers were martyred, they are: Captain Saeed Ahmed Rashid Al Mansouri, First Agent Ali Abdullah Ahmed Al Dhanhani, First Agent Zayed Muslim Suhail Al Ameri, First Agent Saleh Hassan Saleh bin Amr, First Agent Nasser Muhammad Hamad Al Kaabi, and Sergeant Saif Dawi Rashid Al Tunaiji.

Adani's gratitude to the UAE martyrs

After the liberation of Al-Sulban camp in Khormaksar district from the Houthis, the southern forces named it "Martyr Abdulaziz Al-Kaabi Camp" in recognition of the roles he played for the liberation of Aden, and the battalion he trained was called "The Martyr Al-Kaabi Brigade", which continued the struggle after his martyrdom. 

The name "Emirates Martyrs Street" was given to a main street linking the city of Buraiqa and the city of Salah al-Din in Aden, in memory of the UAE soldiers who were martyred during their participation in the Arab coalition forces in Operation of Restoring Hope.

Marib..the joint crime between the terrorist factions

 The Emirati force that moved with its weapons and men to the land of “Marib” achieved decisive victories, bringing it to the “Marib Dam” and then the borders of “Sana’a” in Nihm and Arhab surroundings.

The UAE army appreciates the value of war, as a lightning intervention that must achieve results and return to bases, leaving room for politics.

In the face of these victories, and that mechanism by which the Emiratis move, the forces of terrorism, with all their names, conspired, facilitating Iran’s arm to locate a strategic target and bombard it with a long-range missile on the morning of Friday, September 4, 2015, injuring dozens of leaders and soldiers who were in the camp of the 107th Infantry Brigade in the Safer area in Marib Governorate.  The bombing killed 99 soldiers of the coalition force in Marib, including 52 Emirati soldiers, 32 Yemenis, 10 Saudis, and 5 Bahrainis.

Sheikh Zayed bin Hamdan Al Nahyan, one of the grandsons of Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, founder of the UAE, was injured in a helicopter crash in Shabwa governorate in the summer of 2017.

West Coast..

 In the west, the UAE army led another battle, as all the sacrifices it made did not stop its belief in its goal of “protecting Arab national security” and beginning was from Yemen. 

Therefore, the “Zayed” army led lightning liberation battles that moved from Aden to the west, achieving the liberation of more than 600 kilometers of the lands, mountains, and coasts extending between Aden and Hodeidah, in battles in which the Emirati was offering his blood next to the Yemeni, and the political parties looking for corrupt interests and run illusion battles.

It is noteworthy that the incidents of treachery in the UAE army were repeated during the period of participation of the State of Qatar and its loyalists in the coalition forces, while Al-Houthi has not been able to any strategic operation since the Saudi-led coalition expelled Qatar and besieged its tools on Yemeni soil.

In Bab al-Mandab, the martyrdom of the commander “Sultan Muhammad Ali al-Ketbi” was announced, and next to him was the Saudi commander, Colonel “Abdullah al-Sahyan” near the Bab al-Mandab Strait, in addition to Brigadier General Nasser Mushabab, who was martyred alongside the martyr Major General Ahmed Saif al-Yafei, Deputy Chief of the General Staff, in battles of Mocha liberation.

Link for the UAE's martyrs in Yemen