Captured militants being taken in a police vehicle.
Saudi special forces have arrested Abu Osama Al Muhajir, financier of Daesh terrorist organisation in Yemen.
The forces have arrested several other members also.
The Command of the Joint Forces of the Alliance "Coalition to Support Legitimacy in Yemen said: Special Forces arrested and the financial officer of the organization and a number of members of the organisation accompanying him.”
Colonel Turki Al Maliki: Saudi Arabia continues to fight terrorism in all its forms”
Saudi Arabia continues its role within the international coalition against Daesh.
The coalition took all preventive and precautionary measures to protect civilians to carry out the operation, by identifying and knowing the pattern of life around the whereabouts of those wanted for the purpose of reducing collateral damage to the attack.
Colonel Al Maliki said, “This process is an extension of the close cooperation between Yemen government to fight terrorism and dismantle terrorist organisations."
Sultan Al Burkani, Speaker of the Yemeni Parliament, praised the efforts of the member countries of the Arab Coalition, led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE, to support Yemen.
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There was also some physical damage to the airport lounge.
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