Yemen’s Muslim Brotherhood has been trying hard to undermine an agreement signed in Riyadh on November 5 between the legitimate Yemeni government and the Southern Transitional Council. The Brotherhood’s political arm Al-Islah Party has sought all means to broil the Riyadh agreement.
Yemeni media sources said a campaign led by the Muslim Brotherhood’s Al-Islah (Reform) Party to undermine the Riyadh agreement. The parry’s members within the Yemeni legitimate government have created obstacles to foil, the agreement and perpetrated a number of hostilities against the Yemeni southerners in some governorates.
Saleh Abu Awzal, editor-in-chief of the Yemeni daily newspaper Al-Youm Al-Thamen, said the Arab coalition is fully aware of the Brotherhood’s efforts to undermine the Riyadh agreement.
“The Yemeni security authorities foiled planned terrorist operations in Aden,” Abu Awzal told THE REFERENCE.
“There should be some action to stop the Brotherhood. It is well known now that there is a Qatari-Turkish plot in collaboration with the Brotherhood to destabilize the Gulf of Aden and Bab al-Mandab. Any aggression on the Yemeni south would be dangerous not only for Yemen but for the whole region,” he added.