13 Al Qaeda Operatives killed in explosives' house
By Nasser Arrabyee,20/01/2013
At least 13 Al Qaeda operatives were killed after a mistake happened while preparing explosives in a house Radaa east of Yemen, said residents who saw the house exploding at night of Saturday.
The house is located at the village of Serm, in Al Manaseh district, Radaa, Al Baidha province, about 200 km south- east of the capital Sanaa.
The belongs the tribal leader Ahmed Abdullah Dhaif Allah Al Dhahab, nicknamed as Al Raje'e.
"All of a sudden we heard the explosions in the house, we do not know what happened," said one of the residents in the village.
Some said Al Qaeda were preparing a car bomb inside the house.
Al Qaeda operative in Al Manaseh, one of the growing strongholds, surrounded the house immediately and prevented any one to get in, but the news got to every one in the village about how many were killed and injured today Sunday when the dead bodies were taken to the mosque for prayers and then to the cemetery for burial.
A total of 13 dead body were buried today in the area according to many locals who witnessed the funeral. Local sources said they saw Al Qaeda operatives taking injured people to a hospital in Radaa.
Earlier in the day, the state-run news agency Saba said 10 terrorists were killed in a house in the district of Al Manaseh while Al Qaeda men were preparing explosives.
Meanwhile, flames and clouds of smokes were see rising over the house of Anwar Al Anbari, one of Al Qaeda leaders in Modyah, and continued until late today Sunday. Redwan Yaslem, from Mudyah said the reason was electricity short circuit. Anwar is the brother of Jamil Al Anbari who was killed by a US drone attack in 2011 in Modyah.