Archiv: Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi


09.03.2020 - 21:58 [ Middle East Monitor ]

US marines arrive on Yemen’s Socotra to support UAE forces

According to the sources, on 21 December of last year, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman ordered the UN-recognised, exiled Yemeni government of President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi to lease the entire island to the UAE for a period of about 95 years. Saudi and Emirati forces began to arrive on the island in April 2018, the Saudi deployment was reportedly coordinated with the Yemeni government, whilst the UAE arrived without prior coordination with the Saudi-backed Yemeni authorities.

21.04.2019 - 17:55 [ Yemen News Agency ]

Court in capital compels prosecution to execute decisions to arrest Hadi, others traitors, detain their properties

The Criminal Court of First Instance in the capital Sanaa on Saturday ordered the Public Prosecution to carry out its previous decisions to arrest defendants, whose names will be mentioned, on charges of treason and to seize their money, namely Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, Maeen Abdel Malik and Khalid Al Yamani.

27.09.2018 - 20:53 [ Jason Ditz / antiwar.com ]

Der von Saudi-Arabien unterstützte „Präsident“ des Jemen lehnt Friedensgespräche ab, da sie zum Scheitern verurteilt sind

Hadis Versuche, sich an die Macht zu klammern und die schiitischen Houthis gewaltsam zu zerschlagen, führten zu seiner ersten Vertreibung aus dem Land, und der von den Saudis geführte Krieg verfolgt das Ziel, ihn zurückzuholen.

03.09.2018 - 23:55 [ Press TV ]

Yemen’s former president Hadi to head to US for ‘treatment

Hadi has been in exile in Saudi Arabia since 2015. Before fleeing to the kingdom, he and his government had resigned as the impoverished country was in the grip of political turmoil.
Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement took state matters into their own hands after the mass resignation and Hadi’s escape threw the country into a state of uncertainty.
He has invariably proven a staunch Saudi ally, prompting criticism that his closeness to Riyadh made the country vulnerable to interference in its internal affairs.