South-North support for al-Awlaki and the Southern Giants Forces

English - Thursday 11 August 2022 الساعة 08:40 pm
Shabwa, NewsYemen, private:

The actions and decisions of Shabwa Governor Awad bin Al-Wazir Al-Awlaki to impose security and stability in the province, and to put it down, the Southern Giants Forces and the Shabwa Defense Forces of the Brotherhood’s military rebellion elicited interaction, support and support from both the south and the north.

Politicians said that the decision of the Presidential Command Council and the decision of Shabwa Governor Awad bin Al-Wazir, which decided to put down the rebellion in Shabwa, met with widespread popular satisfaction in Shabwa in particular, and in the south and north in general, because of the great importance of this decision in breaking the thorn of terrorism and establishing security and safety in the governorate.  

The governor of Shabwa, Ibn al-Wazir, said as he wandered the streets of Ataq, "Whoever returns to the road, and who will abide by the directions of the governor, there are presidential directives with an amnesty that includes everyone, and the deceived invites them to return to their camps and return to the right path."  

Northern political voices confirmed that the Brotherhood does not represent the north in general, and in this regard, the journalist and researcher in Yemeni political affairs, Nabil al-Sufi, said that there are voices from everywhere in the north, writing against the Brotherhood’s screamer from Taiz, from Marib, from Sana’a and Saada.

He pointed out that the Leadership Council needs to develop this popular base that rejects the Brotherhood's claim to represent the state.

 He stressed that the Brotherhood is a party, and it should not have an army and security with it from its foundation, and after that they struggle as they want, and people discuss them voice by voice.

Regarding al-Awlaki, al-Sufi said, the minister came as a governor as a settlement, and the transitional accepted him as a settlement and not as a representative, and the Brotherhood can move to the new era by changing the orientations of the past that ended with the liberation of Bayhan and the formation of the Leadership Council.  And their voice will be strengthened within the organization.

Political journalist Sayyaf Al-Gharbani likened the giants' forces led by Abu Zara'a, "Abu Zara'a is like Khaled bin Al-Walid, who never lost a battle."  He said, "The Brotherhood committed a folly, when they pointed their weapons at the giants."

Al-Gharbani added, in another publication: "The governor of Shabwa issued a general amnesty for the rebels hours after the rebellion was put down. They rejected the decisions of the legitimate authority, and bombed his house with tanks, yet he taught them a lesson in respecting the law, and another in the honor of rivalry."

He continued, after the conquest of the old city in Taiz, the Brotherhood tortured members of the Abu al-Abbas Brigades and their families.  They killed, robbed, kidnapped, stormed homes and abandoned women and children.

The journalist, Sayyaf, explained that the difference is that the governor of Shabwa was forced to take military action to put down an armed rebellion, while the group launched an arbitrary war to eliminate the presence of battalions that played a decisive role in restoring the city.

A member of the Presidency of the Transitional Council, Salem Thabet al-Awlaki, saluted Shabwa, its sons, its authority, the loyal forces that he said had preserved the covenant and trust, and the broad popular alignment in the face of the rebellion and the coup against the governorate authority and the decisions of the Presidential Leadership Council.

 The advisor to the Minister of Information, Fahd Al-Sharafi, wrote in a tweet, replacing Minister Al-Awlaki, the governor of Shabwa, and the great national figure, with reason, wisdom, insight and understanding.  He reconciled, did not hold grudges, did not take revenge, and did not explode in the quarrel, so God's peace be upon him.

For his part, a member of the Comprehensive National Dialogue Conference, Saleh al-Baydani, said that some justify the military rebellion against the decisions of the Presidential Council in Shabwa by saying;  There is no legitimacy except for the field, and according to this logic, the legitimacy of the forces of the southern giants that liberated and not for the forces that know only defeats and tactical withdrawals!

He added, for the record, the forces of the southern giants are still dealing like a big brother who avoids the use of excessive force in Shabwa. Those forces that were able to wrest four districts from the Houthis within a week will not be incapacitated by the rebellion of the military who are accustomed to defeats and tactical withdrawals!

Iyad Qassem, head of South24 Center, said that the challenges awaiting the local authority in Shabwa are not easy, the challenge of al-Qaeda's movements, the challenge of arranging the security situation, the challenge of establishing social cohesion and unifying efforts under the banner of Shabwa's interest, the service and economic challenge.

The Yemeni researcher, Khaled Baklan, we, the sons of Ma’rib and its tribes, say and repeat our support for the Presidential Command Council and its decisions and against anything that would offend the southern brothers with whom we have brotherly relations and strong and solid relations that are difficult to be disturbed by what some forces want, especially the two poles of the 1994 war and the subsequent wars and injustices and exclusion of southerners.

The Hadrami politician, Muhammad Saeed Bahaddad, supported the actions and decisions of Shabwa Governor Al-Awlaki to impose security and stability in the province, and demanded accountability for the perpetrators of the rebellion and the failed coup that killed a number of innocents and caused intimidation of the safe, the first of which is the Minister of Interior, whom we demand his dismissal and trial.

And the political activist, Abdul Hamid Al-Awlaki, said that the events of Ataq proved that the Sultan was more loyal and loyal to Shabwa than others, when he said Shabwa is a trust in my neck and proved that he is more southern than the owners of empty slogans.