Yemen accuse Muslim Brotherhood of recruiting 100 young people to join terrorist organizations
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Activist Salah Al Hadhrami said that the Yemeni Islah Party, the Muslim Brotherhood’s branch in Yemen, still supports Al Qaeda in Yemen. He stressed that “there are statistics we have obtained, confirming that the Yemeni Islah Party in Hadhramout has recruited more than 100 students less than 20 years old to Al Qaeda. This means we can expect terrorist attacks to occur during the coming days and months.
” For his part, Mohamed Blefkih, editor of the Hadhramout Gateway News website said: “The Yemeni Islah Party (the Muslim Brotherhood) is the partner and political arm of terrorism.” According to Blefkih, there is plenty of evidence on the ground to confirm this; for example, leaders of the party in Al Mukalla District managed the local council while it was under the control of Al-Qaeda.
In addition, Brotherhood-affiliated charities were involved in suspicious money transfers while its activists lashed out at the United Arab Emirates, which is a key partner in the founding of the army in Hadhramout.
Source: /Yemen Akhbar