Arrangements for Al-Ahmar’s Return to Sana’a
Hamid al-Ahmar, a prominent leader in Islah party, began arrangements to return to Sana’a. This coincides with the fall of the last strongholds of the party in eastern and western Yemen.
Diplomatic sources reported that Al-Ahmar had contacted with leaders of Anssarallah movement, “Houthis.” In an attempt to arrange his return and the return of senior leaders from the first echelon of the party.
The sources indicated that the two parties are still negotiating on the basics of the current stage, and the party’s role in contributing to Yemen liberation from foreign occupation.
The recent contacts were not new, as Al-Ahmar had previously pushed, through Qatari mediation, to return some of his companies in Sana’a Al-Ahmar moved within a path that Islah leaders began to plan with the coalition’s decision to its last strongholds in Yemen.
Abdul Majeed Al-Zindani, the leader of the religious movement in the party, met earlier with leaders of the ruling Taliban movement in Afghanistan, amid reports that he had arranged to move to Kabul.
Islah leaders fear that the fall of the party’s strongholds will lead to their persecution and expulsion from their current residence in Turkey, similar to the “Brotherhood” in Egypt. As the pace of the war on the party escalated by the coalition recently.
The party’s most prominent stronghold in Taiz western Yemen, is witnessing a coup by factions backed by Tariq Saleh, the leader of the pro-Emirati factions on the western coast,
at a time when pressure is growing to expel the party’s factions from Hadhramaut valley and desert, while the party is awaiting a similar blow in Marib.