SANA’A, YEMEN (1:15 A.M.) – The leader of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), Qassim Al-Raymi, issued a statement on Saturday that his terrorist organization is ready to fight the “Houthi Shia” in Yemen.
“Above all, we say that we will never miss any chance to unite efforts to fight against the Houthi; especially, those ones provided by Sunni Muslims,” the terrorist leader said.
“But we won’t fight is a situation where any one can strike us from the back.”
Saudi-led military coalition claimed last Sunday that the Houthi forces arrested several leaders and members of Al Qaeda during a raid in support of their anti-terrorism operations in Yemen, a thing which Al Qaeda denied in a statement on 26 April 2017.
Al-Raymi also said he is ready to make truce with Yemen President Hadi government and to set for negotiations but with conditions.
“All external interference on Yemeni affairs must be stopped and all U.S. intervention must be banned,” Al-Raymi added.
On the same context, Qasim Al Raymi, confirmed that a huge number of those Yemeni citizen whom America has put on terror list have no organizational connection with Al-Qaeda.