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Islamic State sets up shop in Aden. Begins killing people there.

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  1. undertakerwwefan

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    Barbarians.
     
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    I think isis is planted by israel and u.s to justify airstrikes in yemen and further destruction of yemen and its public like Syria and iraq.Houthi rebels should focus on elemination of isis first before attacking at saudi forces
     
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    Makes sense. They send in ISIS to set up shop. Then they invade and take over land in the pretext of counter terror.
     
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    The I.S is the proxy flag now for creating a counter insurgent or alternative force. Both as a false flag and also to wage a less costly but more ruthless COIN operation.
     
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    houthi rebels should not disrupt saudi troops from dealing with isis and not provide support to isis by attacking saudi soldiers
     
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    Dont be surprised if the houthis and isis work together.

    Because politics makes for some strange bedfellows.
     
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    This become a cult
     
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    Didnt isis work with some baathist groups in iraq? Like naqshabandi army until both turned their weapons against each other.
     
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    if isis rises up there then they can set up ypkk (yemeni pkk ) to fight IS what a good plan :)
     
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    Give me the Iranian heroin that you are injecting or smoking, please.

    Another Wilayat al-Faqih Mullah that is high on Farsi heroin and is blabbering about events in Arab countries that he has no clue about.

    They were dealing with shit. Under the Houthi watch ISIS/AQAP ruled a larger area of Yemen than ever before. Now they don't rule anything and ISIS has been reduced to doing hit and-run shootings against soldiers not in uniform as seen in that video. They don't control any city either.

    Protective "umbrella" by defeating them in the cities and towns that they controlled and capturing their leader. Ok.:lol:

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    The operation took place on June 3 in an undisclosed location of Yemen and also included the Daesh financial officer and a number of other members of that terrorist group.
    The arrests were made at a house that had been under surveillance. Three women and three children were in the house at the time.
    The operation apparently took 10 minutes and the women and children were unharmed.

    Royal Saudi Arabian Navy forces spearheaded the mission.

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    Revealed: How Saudi special forces captured Yemen’s Daesh chief in daring 10-minute raid
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    June 27, 2019

    JEDDAH: The daring raid that captured Daesh’s leader in Yemen was meticulously planned for almost a month, and executed in a 10-minute early-morning blitz on his home by Saudi special forces, security sources have told Arab News.

    Abu Osama Al-Muhajir — known during the operation as “the special catch” — was arrested on June 3, along with the terror group’s finance officer and a number of other Daesh fighters. Their capture was kept secret for 22 days so that investigators could complete inquiries and confirm their identities.


    The operation began, as sensitive security operations often do, with intelligence. Sources reported that Al-Muhajir was living in a house in a Yemeni village, with other terrorists and their wives and children. The house was placed under surveillance, and Daesh’s presence confirmed.

    “The mission commander was selected, one of the most prominent officers of the Special Security Forces, who in his turn chose the individuals participating in the mission. All have had advanced training in this kind of dangerous operation,” a source told Arab News.

    “They put together a three-stage plan to ensure the veracity of the intelligence, the completion of the task in the fastest way possible without causing any harm to people living nearby or exposing the members of the force to any harm, and exiting the site taking those arrested to a safe area.”

    Stage one of the operation involved constant monitoring of the house to check people’s comings and goings, and the quantity and quality of weapons they were likely to have, including bombs.

    The monitoring stage complete, the mission commander set the operation for 9.30am on June 3, the last day of Ramadan. “The time was chosen for several reasons, most importantly because during Ramadan, people eat the suhoor meal before dawn and go back to sleep afterwards, and the sleeping schedule of the people inside the house had been carefully studied,” a source said.

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    Ten minutes was all that Saudi special forces needed to capture Yemen's Daesh leader Abu Osama Al-Muhajir and other key terrorists on June 3, but it took them weeks to prepare for the successful operation. (Supplied photo)


    “The operational plan was finely tuned to minimize collateral damage from the raid, and arrest the terrorists while ensuring the safety of the women and children inside the house. Approval was given for the execution.

    “The Force Commander informed his colleagues of the method of attack and execution, and the method of withdrawal after execution or in the event of any emergency.

    “When the time came, the execution of the second phase of the plan took place, attacking and raiding the house at exactly 9:20 a.m. The operation met no resistance and the special forces arrested all those in the house. Within 10 minutes of the raid, the entire mission was complete, which included arresting people, confiscating any weapons in the house, and getting out.”

    The third stage was transporting the “precious catch” to a safe area away from any danger, either from Daesh agents or other terrorist organizations, including the Iran-backed Houthi militias. This also went perfectly as planned.

    Saudi special forces are trained, by leaders in the field worldwide, in how to plan and execute such sensitive tasks with speed and precision, and safely. The success of this operation came as no surprise to the Yemeni political analyst Abdullah Ismail.

    “It demonstrates the extraordinary capabilities of the Saudi forces in particular and the Arab coalition forces in general, carrying out such delicate operations, the result of intelligence work and the success of surveillance, which led to the arrest of a person in 10 minutes without causing any injuries to civilians or to the participating forces,” he told Arab News.

    “This operation is a serious blow to Daesh, which became active to some extent after the overthrow of the Yemeni state through the Houthi coup.”

    http://www.arabnews.com/node/1516756/saudi-arabia

    What is this "genius" blabbering about?

    They won't as they are barely relevant. Unlike Turkey, there are no large-scale minority groups in Yemen (other than Afro-Arabs and Horn of Africa refugees) or pro-communist/socialist groups.

    That is not a Saudi Arabian soldier but a Yemeni army soldier in civilian clothing. They are not capable of doing large scale attacks other than such type of assassination as I wrote. Luckily they are not able to do many bombings either although they occur sporadically but they are rare. On this front Yemen has been lucky. In any case ISIS/AQAP have very little support in Yemen, hence why most estimates put the members of both in Yemen to around 1000 or so terrorists.
     
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    Well a map scream far loader than whatever I post here
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    The heroine is called facts.
     
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    Strong Iranian heroin in action again.

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    As of August 14, AQAP/ISIS does not control a single town fully. Before KSA and the Arab coalition saved Yemen, Hadhramaut was lawless and AQAP/ISIS had free reign.

    ISIS has around 250 members in Yemen.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islamic_State_of_Iraq_and_the_Levant_–_Yemen_Province

    That was in 2018. Today there are many less as the organization was largely dismantled thanks to Saudi Arabian intelligence and KSA capturing the leader of ISIS in Yemen.

    Nice try though.

    BTW there are no AQAP/ISIS in the borderlands between Yemeni government control and the few areas of Yemen controlled by the Houthi terrorist cultists for them to have been used by anyone against the Houthi terrorist cult, lol, as stupidly claimed by you and your countryman.

    Why would your beloved Houthi terrorist cultists fight ISIS/AQAP when they are allied against Yemen, KSA and the Arab coalition? Why did the Houthis not capture any ISIS/AQAP leaders and left them to roam freely? They were busy shelling Ibb and enslaving Yemenis.
     
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  14. undertakerwwefan

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    The map you give is not reliable. This map is more reliable.

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yemeni_Civil_War_(2015–present)
     
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    As you and your map show the terrorist all are in is a controlled area . and Ansar-Allah never controlled areas that today have isis/al-Qaeda presence . so stop trying to change the facts . and the fact is whenever Ansar-Allah controlled a place one of its first program was cleaning that area from Isis/al-Qaeda infestation.
    And your map made it even worse for you.
     
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