The militias of the Adyo authority storm the "Radhum" celebration of Independence Day, and news of the fall of a wounded person

English - الثلاثاء 30 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 11:32 ص
Shabwa, NewsYemen:

Activists and journalists revealed that the Brotherhood's authority's crews and armored vehicles in Shabwa governorate stormed the market of the city of Radhum in an attempt to prevent the celebration of the 30th of November, the southern independence day.

The Shabwani activist, Rakan Ahmed, confirmed that the first wounded fell in the Radhum district, after the Ibn Adyo militia attacked the celebration.

Activist Zakaria al-Sai'ari, from Shabwa governorate, shared pictures of Ibn Adyo's armored vehicles and said: A crowd of Brotherhood militia crews prepared to invade the Radhum district to break up, suppress and abuse the masses of the November 30th holiday of evacuation and not allow them to initiate and cordon off the corridors, their entrances and exits.

Journalist Adel Al-Madwari had published a picture of the Brotherhood militias in Shabwa governorate mobilizing their armed groups, armed with various types of weapons, crews and armored vehicles to storm the mass celebrations.  He wrote: "Celebrating Independence Day is forbidden, while in Baihan districts, the Houthi cry is normal."

It is worth noting that the authority of Shabwa Governorate, which is under the control of the Brotherhood, vowed yesterday to suppress any movement or peaceful sit-in in Ataq, in response to the call made by the prominent tribal sheikh, Awad Al-Awlaki, to transfer the popular movement against it to the provincial capital, Ataq.

The threat came through a statement issued by the Security Committee, in which it claimed that the popular movement against it is "a conspiracy to undermine the governorate and drag it towards the square of chaos," and added that "the calls for demonstrations, incitement to violence and targeting state institutions serve only that militia."