Wahhabi terrorists destroy tomb of influential Sufi religious figure in Shabwah

Wahhabi terrorists destroy tomb of influential Sufi religious figure in Shabwah

A number of extremist elements of the UAE-funded Salafist militia attacked on Tuesday the dome and mausoleum of a Sufi symbol in Shabwah province, eastern Yemen.

Local source in the province said that Al-Amaliqa militia believed to belong to the takfiri elements of ISIS, detonated a bomb in the dome and mausoleum of the Sufi preacher, Jaafar bin Abi Bakr bin Omar Al-Mihdhar bin Sheikh Abi Bakr bin Salem, founder of Ribat Habban, south of Ataq city.

The source accused the UAE of bringing terrorist elements to the areas of Shabwah, considering the terrorist acts shameful against the sons of Habban.

The source called on the sons of Habban and Shabwah to confront the terrorist elements affiliated with the UAE, warning these elements against extending to the rest of the shrines in the province.

Several terrorist elements from al-Amaliqa militia, brought in by the UAE from the western coast, blew up the mausoleum of the preacher Abdul Rahman bin Omar Badas, in Arqa area on the coast of Radhum district of Shabwah, with explosive devices, without moving by the local authorities.

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