Written By: Zaid al-Alaya’a
Article Date: Sep 4, 2011 - 7:24:45 PM
The secret documents that the rebels in Libya found revealed that Muammar Gaddafi regime had supported both Hussien Abdullah al-Ahmar, head of the Solidarity National Council and Fares Mana'a, the notorious arm dealer, now stationed in Sa'adah with million of dollars aiming at shaking security and stability of Saudi Arabia, reported Al Arabiya Satellite Channel.
The channel also talked about the many secret documents for the Libyan Intelligence that have revealed many of the mysterious issues of the Gaddafi regime. The documents showed that al-Ahmar and Mana'a had received millions of dollars from Gaddafi and that Gaddafi also had supported the al-Houthi rebels in Sa'adah with weapons and money.
The documents that were found by the rebels of Libya in the Intelligence headquarter proved that al-Ahmar and Mana'a were involved in conspiring against KSA. A number of Libyan news websites reported that the rebels have found dangerous documents on the Libyan regime’s relationship with several sides and individuals in a number of countries including Yemen.
The Libyan news websites also reported that al-Ahmar and Mana'a received million of dollars and they were both cooperating with al-Houthi rebels and supported them with weapons and money, to shake the security and stability of KSA. The found documents showed that al-Ahmar promised Gaddafi in the several visits and meeting that he paid to Libya to agitate the security and stability of KSA. The documents also showed that Mana'a assured Gaddafi that he is able to sink KSA with drugs and weapons. Some agents of Libyan Intelligence continued their meetings with a representative of al-Ahmar, named Saba'a Abu Luhom to get support for the al-Huthis and also coordinate with Mana'a to send weapons to the al-Houthis rebels and transfer large amounts of money to Mana'a’s accounts in European banks.
According to previous reports, Al-Ahmar lied when he said that he stopped his contacts with Gaddafi, though the documents revealed that he continued through his representative, Abu Luhoom, who is his brother-in-law. Yemen's National security had apprehended and arrested Mana'a before and put him in jail for several months charged with supporting al-Houthi rebels with weapons.
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