Almotamar.net - A security source informed almotamar.net Tuesday that Yemen is currently carrying out large-scale inquiries about 10 persons suspected to be affiliated to al-Qaeda organisation and involved in preparing for the terrorist act in Seyoun that targeted a security camp last Friday causing the killing of one soldier and the injury of 11 others, among them 6 women.
The source, asked not to be identified, said the ministry of interior sent security instructions to the Immigration and Passports Authority and to some security centres on borders for the arrest of the accused persons the moment they find any of them. He added that instructions included personal statements, information and photos of some of the accused.
The governor of Hadramout Salem al-Khanbashi had in an earlier statement to almotamar.net clarified that investigations and documents the security authorities obtained from the site of the terrorist act disclosed that implementer of the attack is a student in the third year at the college of medicine, Hadramout University for Sciences and Technology and from the resident of Hadramout called Ahmed Saeed Omar al-Mashjari.
The governor added that they have found many letters in the house of the terrorist confirming he was planning to commit that attack and nothing was heard about him by his family since 15 July 2008. Governor al-Khanbashi pointed out that the news published in al-Qaeda web site on adoption of the terrorist attack on the security camp in Seyoun confirms his suspects since the first moments of the attack that al-Qaeda was behind it.
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The operation was accomplished successfully against the Saudi
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