Tariq Salam, governor of Aden in the National Salvation Government, has revealed on Monday that the Islah Party has brought terrorist groups from the southern provinces to Ma’rib.
He warned of the danger that the Coalition might be mobilising groups of takfiri extremist elements towards Ma’rib.
Salam stressed that the terrorist groups found an outlet to stay in southern Yemen, under the auspices of the coalition countries.
“What the occupied governorates are experiencing as a result of the continual occupation and the influx of terrorist groups must be taken into account by every Yemeni, whether in Ma’rib or in the southern provinces, so that they do not endanger their families and their private and public interests,” he added.
Salam noted that the battle for the liberation of Ma’rib has begun and will end only by taking control over the Al-Masheeq Palace in Aden and over Socotra island, calling on the people in the occupied territories to “clear their areas and recover them from the coalition, whatever the cost, and to not become easy prey for the temptation practiced by the coalition in the occupied areas.”
He called on the misled people who are still on the coalition’s side to take advantage of the amnesty and return to the national ranks of Yemen.
Governor Salam reiterated his call for the people of the occupied southern provinces to stop sending their children to fight in the ranks of the coalition, and to instead join hands with the army and Popular Committees.