Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Yemen tells Interpol to arrest 36 terrorists, 53 criminals

By Nasser Arrabyee/22/12/2010
The Yemeni authorities asked the Interpol to arrest 90 persons including 36 terrorists, said a security official Wednesday.

Five Saudi nationals and two Somalis are among those to be arrested by the Interpol the Yemen’s ruling party website (Almotamar.net) quoted unnamed security official as saying.

The request to Interpol came after the Yemeni authorities did their best to arrest them but without success, the official said. The wanted persons might have left Yemen to some where else, the offficial said.

The official said, the most dangerous in the list are : Samee Hameed Abdullah Al Dhele; Abdul Hamid Mohammed Abdullah Al Hubaishi; Abdullah Omar Hajjam Al Hassani; Mohammed Ali Abdullah Al Nashiri; Mohammed Ameen Mohammed Al Zubiadi .

The 36 are accused of planning to carry out sabotage and terrorist acts against Yemeni foreign interests including security installations in the provinces of Sana’a, Aden, Abyan, Shabwah, Hadhrmout,and Sa’ada. The others are accused of criminal acts, the official said.

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