Day after day, the blatant Turkish interference in Yemen is evident, especially after the terrorist cooperation between each of the Iranian-backed Houthis with the Turkish-backed Brotherhood, which is aimed at combating the efforts of the Arab coalition seeking to restore stability to Yemen.
Recently, the Turkish role evolved from merely supporting the Brotherhood to transporting terrorists from Syria to Yemen from the Turkish-backed factions for $5,000 per a single terrorist.
The beginning of the Turkish eyes orientation towards Yemen was at the end of 2018 when Erdogan stated that he did not see the policies of the two Gulf states, namely Saudi Arabia and the UAE to besiege everyone in Yemen are correct.
Then, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu commented that his country will not remain silent and will not let people die in Yemen according to Turkish Anatolia Agency.
Sending soldiers for $5,000
Turkey started the incursion into Yemen through the Rally and Reform Party, one of the arms of the international organization of the Brotherhood, while Ahmed al-Mismari, a spokesman for the Libyan National Army, told a news conference in March 2020 that Turkey was trying to control the Mediterranean and find a port on the Red Sea to threaten Europe and international navigation, and that it supported the Brotherhood through mercenaries from Syria with five thousand dollars and gave them 850 Turkish liras upon their arrival in Turkey.
On the same level, the European Center for Anti-Terrorism Studies documented in a report in April 2020 of the researcher Lamar Arkandi that Ankara sent terrorist groups in an attempt by Turkey to dismantle the Nusra Front and lure terrorists to travel to Turkey and from there to Yemen to support the Islah party, through voice talks from within the factions Syrian opposition, in the city of Afrin in the province of Aleppo, a city that was completely captured by Turkey in March 2018.
Hamza faction and the Levant Front
The Hamza faction, or what is known as a lie and an allegation from Ankara to the Syrian National Army, is a pro-Ankara group equipped by Turkey and America to fight ISIS in 2016, joined by the Turkmen group, Samarkand Brigade, relative to the city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan and was committing brutal crimes against the Syrian people.
As for the Levant Front, it is one of the largest armed factions that have been fighting in northern Syria in Aleppo since 2015, and it is the largest federation of five factions in Syria.