A funeral was held for the Chief of Military Intelligence in Yemen’s Saudi-backed government, Mohammad Saleh Tamah, who succumbed to his wounds after last week’s drone attack on a military parade, in the southern port city of Aden on Monday.

Commander of the Emergency Forces in the Interior Ministry in the Saudi-backed government, Qaid Atef, lauded Saleh Tamah, noting that he “left his mark in all parts of the country, in the south and in Yemen in general.”

Last week, a bomb-laden drone attacked the military parade at the Al-Anad Air Base in Lahaj province, killing at least six people and injuring several more, including some high-ranking officers.

The Houthi group, officially known as Ansar Allah, reportedly claimed responsibility for the attack.

 

 

Source: Ruptly

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I don’t want to drone on about it but he didn’t show much intelligence standing in the way of a bomb .. He has assisted in killing thousands of innocent civilians so with all that blood on his hands he stood out like a bullseye.