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Saudi Arabia is To Expel Official Personnel in the Legitimacy after Their Involvement in Campaigns against the Arab Coalition in Yemen is Confirmed

[su_label type=”info”]SMA News – Riyadh – Follow-ups [/su_label][su_spacer size=”10″] Saudi authorities are about to expel several official personnel of the Yemeni legitimacy government on the background of confirmed information about their involvement in media campaigns against the role of Arab Coalition in Yemen and the interest of several regional states. A Yemeni close source indicated that Saudi Authorities acquired sufficient evidence convicting high-rank Yemeni officials, including ministers in the legitimacy government headed by Ahmed Ben Daghar. the source, who prefer to remain anonymous, indicated that most convicted officials are members of the Reform Party, the political arm of Muslim Brotherhood in Yemen. He added that those officials leaked classified information to an enemy state, in a hint to Qatar, as that state financed weapon transportation to Adan and coordinated with terrorist groups to target posts of the security belt and UAE troops in Adan. According to the source, Riyadh expelled more than (50) members of the Reform Party to Jordan during the past three months as Turkey and several other European states refused to receive them for fear of their relations to Jihadist groups. According to media channels of the Arab Coalition, number of minister of Ben Daghar’s government, loyal to Hady, urged by Qatar, attacked Saudi Arabia and UAE in media programs.

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