By Nasser Arrabyee/07/11/2009
A 14-year old boy with explosives in his possession working with Al Houthi rebels was arrested while he was attempting to explode a refugee camp around the Sa'ada city, security officials said Saturday.
The 14-year old Abdul Wahab Ahmed Al Kawkabani was arrested nearby the Sam refugee camp while he was attempting to explode the camp, the sate-run media quoted an unidentified security official as saying.
The rebels and terrorists of Al Houthi exploited the child to blow himself up inside the camp of Sam, which harbours between 500-100 displaced persons, the official said.
This is not the first time that Al Houthi rebels try to attack the camp of Sam. They previously fired mortars on the camp killing and injuring several women and children.
Al Houthi rebels accuse the refugees in this camp and their relatives of fighting with the government troops against them, according to local sources.
On October 30th , the security forces arrested the 10-year old boy Akram Ahmed Thaleba at the gate of the old city of Sa'ada while trying to smuggle mine detonators to the rebels inside the city.