British Involvement in Spying, Arrests Operations in Yemen Revealed
A few days after arresting citizens while traveling through Shahn border port with the Sultanate of Oman, Sana’a revealed cloudy operations for British forces in Yemen.
A member of Sana’a negotiating team, Abdul-Malik al-Ajri, stated in a post on social media, that British intelligence is currently conducting espionage operations through some Yemeni communications networks, and fiber optic cables from the southern provinces recently occupied, referring to Al-Mahrah province
This information comes days after coalition media celebrated on the arrest of a Twelver doctrine student named Hassan Al-Imad, while he was returning from abroad and on his way to Sana’a, as usual, following an attempt to portray him as a leader in Anssarallah movement “Houthis,” despite his activity limited to religion and guidance, and no military activity was recorded in his fickle history in the study of sects, the first of which is Wahhabism, this may indicate the involvement of Britain, which has reinforced its forces in recent months in Mahrah, with special units under the pretext of tracking down the perpetrators of the attack on an Israeli oil ship in the Arabian Sea, in which a British citizen was killed.
It is noteworthy that the fiber-optic cables, which provide Yemen with internet and communications, have recently been targeted by unknown attackers, specifically in the provinces of Mahrah and Hadhramaut, where British forces are deployed.
The outages in the Yemeni provinces reached more than five times within two weeks and what confirms Al-Ajri’s story is that spy devices can be installed on those cables.