The people of Shabwa decide to move peacefully to defeat the Brotherhood and protect the governorate from the threat of Houthi and terrorism

English - الخميس 25 نوفمبر 2021 الساعة 08:43 م
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Southern politicians launched on social media platforms in Shabwa the hashtag (#Shabwa_moves_to depose_Bin_Adiyo), as an expression of their anger towards the attempts of Bin Adyio and the Brotherhood organization to dominate Shabwa Governorate and its resources.

They stressed that Shabwa is coming to an important stage of the peaceful movement to uproot the hotbeds of corruption and amputate its arms that extended to all the institutions of the governorate, and all segments of Shabwani society are supposed to interact, participate and continue in this movement until all their demands are fulfilled.

Member of Parliament, Sheikh Awad bin Al-Wazir Al-Awlaki, confirmed during a speech he delivered today, Thursday, during a meeting of sheikhs, dignitaries, dignitaries, soldiers, intellectuals and academics in Shabwa governorate, that the people of Shabwa continue to continue their legitimate peaceful escalation in the city of Ataq, the capital of the governorate, until their demands are met.

The sheikh directed the organizing committee to prepare the necessary arrangements for the sit-in inside the capital, Ataq, and to complete the preparation of the Shabwani Honor Charter.

Political analyst, Saeed Bakran, said that Shabwa decided to move peacefully in Ataq to turn the page of the Brotherhood and protect Shabwa from the threat of Houthi and terrorism.

The Islamist politician Shammar pointed out that the deadline had passed and attention was turning to Ataq, stressing that all the sons of Shabwa, with all their segments, moved from all sides to say their final word: No to the rule of the Brotherhood... No to the Houthis... No to terrorism.

Activist Hussein Al-Diyani said, "The sons of Shabwa have grown tired of the Brotherhood's authority, and Shabwa will not remain a hostage to Brotherhood tampering and corruption, and it will say its word with pride and honor to be liberated from this corrupt and treacherous fragmentation of the blood of the martyrs."

For his part, the activist Al-Shabwani, Nasser Al-Ajada, said that the peaceful sit-in is a gifted right, and there is no favor or favor for humans in that, and no party has the right to confiscate people’s rights to express their legitimate opinions and demands, and the militias must understand and be aware of this matter, and they must realize that force acquired from outside the province is doomed to disappear.