Almotamar Net - An official military source in the southern region of Yemen has stated that within Yemen’s commitment to participate with the international community in the efforts of combating terrorism and out of the necessity of maintenance of security and public peace armed forces and security men were able to inflict on the terrorist elements of al-Qaeda organisation  heavy losses in lives and equipment  in a military operation for clearing the city of Zanjibar and its surrounding areas from elements f al-Qaeda organisation.

Thursday, 09-June-2011
Almotamar.net - An official military source in the southern region of Yemen has stated that within Yemen’s commitment to participate with the international community in the efforts of combating terrorism and out of the necessity of maintenance of security and public peace armed forces and security men were able to inflict on the terrorist elements of al-Qaeda organisation heavy losses in lives and equipment in a military operation for clearing the city of Zanjibar and its surrounding areas from elements f al-Qaeda organisation.

The source made clear that a number of the organisation leaderships and its dangerous elements have been killed in qualitative operations by army men from brigade 201 and mechanized brigade 35 while those elements were fleeing Zanjibar city.

The source added that the operations led to the killing of terrorist Amar Abada al-Waeli, one of the most dangerous leaders of al-Qaeda organisation and with him seven other elements in addition to killing the terrorist Abu Ali al-Harithi , a leading element in Shabwa province , terrorist Abu Ayman al-Masri , media official in the organisation , terrorist Ali Saleh Farhan ‘amir of the organisation in Mareb province an a number of terrorist elements that came from Mareb province , among them the terrorist Mabkhout Ali Jaber al-Shuwani and wounding his brother Fahad Ali Jaber al-Shuwani .
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