اخبار من اليمن عدن تايم / خاص :ارجعت مجموعة الأزمات الدولية تفاقم الأزمة في عدن إلى تجاهل المجتمع الدولي لقضية الجنوب واعتبارها قضية ثانوية.
وأكدت المجنوعة في تقرير لها اليوم ان قوات الانتقالي هي القوة الفعلية على الأرض.
Preventing a Civil War within a Civil War in Yemen
Fighting within the anti-Huthi front threatens to make an already multi-faceted conflict even more complex and intractable. Clashes in Aden reveal tensions within the Saudi-led coalition and highlight the pressing need to address Yemen’s “southern question” now rather than wait until a post-conflict political transition.
Clashes in the port city of Aden between secessionists and loyalists of the internationally recognised president, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, threaten to tip southern Yemen into a civil war within a civil war. Such a conflict would deepen what is already the world’s worst humanitarian crisis and make a national political settlement harder to achieve. In the past, half-measures helped de-escalate simmering tensions in the south; today’s circumstances require robust diplomatic intervention from the UN, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to avoid the worst and help forge a durable solution.
The fighting broke out on 7 August during the funeral of Munir “Abu al-Yamama” al-Yafei. Al-Yafei was a leading commander of the Security Belts, a UAE-backed paramilitary grouping that has battled the Hadi government’s forces before, despite technically falling under its interior ministry’s command. He was killed by a missile that hit a parade ground in western Aden on 1 August. The Huthis claimed responsibility for the strike. But members of the Southern Transitional Council (STC), secessionists who see themselves as a southern government-in-waiting and claim control of the Security Belts, blamed it on Islah, Yemen’s main Sunni Islamist political party, which is sometimes described – not entirely accurately – as “Yemen’s Muslim Brotherhood”. STC media outlets speculate that Islah and the Huthis are conspiring to destabilise the south together, despite the fact that they are on opposite sides of the wider war.
STC officials further claim that while they respect Hadi’s legitimacy, Islah members, whom they describe as terrorists, have infiltrated Hadi-aligned military forces, including the Presidential Guard, as well as other government institutions. The Presidential Guard is stationed at the presidential palace, near the location of al-Yafei’s funeral. After reports of gunshots directed at the mourners, STC-aligned fighters and Guardsmen exchanged fire at the palace entrance and near the airport. The STC claims that eleven of its members were killed. By the early evening of 7 August, Aden residents reported that the fighting had subsided, giving rise to hopes of a ceasefire. But Hani bin Breik, the STC vice president who is widely seen as the Security Belts’ founder, called that night for the overthrow of what he described as the “terrorist” and “corrupt” government. Fighting erupted again on 8 August. It was ongoing at the time of publication after a failed Yemeni-Yemeni initiative to negotiate a truce.
مجموعة دولية : تفاقم الازمة في عدن ترجع الى تجاهل المجتمع الدولي لقضية الجنوب ، هذا الخبر قدمناه لكم عبر موقعنا.
وقد تم استيراد هذا الخبر مجموعة دولية : تفاقم الازمة في عدن ترجع الى تجاهل المجتمع الدولي لقضية الجنوب، من مصدره الاساسي موقع عدن تايم.
ولا نتحمل في موقع من اليمن اي مسؤولية عن محتوى مجموعة دولية : تفاقم الازمة في عدن ترجع الى تجاهل المجتمع الدولي لقضية الجنوب.