The Assassination of the IRGC Quds Key Element in Yemen Was Failed

Saturday, 11 January 2020 - 19:05

ISWNews Analysis Group: Quoting from Washington Post, the United States announced the failing of the plan for assassination of the commander of the IRGC Quds forces in Yemen.

The assassination operation of this important person, was in the same time with the assassination of martyr Qasem Soleimani the commander of IRGC Quds Force, and has been failed, now. This source has informed about continuing operation against him in Yemen, too. And has emphasized US is so serious in his assassination.

Before this, the Saudi coalition claimed that a person named Brigadier Gen. Abdul Reza Shahlaei in Yemen, is responsible for supporting the IRGC Quds forces from Ansar Allah. This person is accused by US, for terrorist crimes, trafficking weapon for Ansar Allah and assassination plot for Adel al-Jubeir, the former foreign minister of Saudi Arabia.

In this regard, Brian Hook, chief of Iran affairs in US foreign ministry, has announced that the United States is awarding 15 million dollars for credible information about Abdulreza Shahlai.

According to US and Saudi-led media, Abdul Reza Shahlai is born of 1957 in Kermanshah and is one of the top commanders of IRGC Quds. He has worked in Iraq against MEK, before this and after US attack to Iraq, has done designing operations against US troops and MEK bases.

Shahlai, in coordination with Abu Mahdi al Mohandes in Baghdad, was doing military and political activities against the MEK, and he has had continuous visits with some Irqi officials related to Abu Mahdi al Mohandes.
He has participated in Iraq and Syria war, too. And after revolution in Yemen in 2014, has entered Sanaa and has worked as the agent of commander of IRGC Quds in Yemen.

The coalition media claims this person is responsible for supporting, manufacturing or transferring modern missiles, UAVs and military weapons from Iran to Yemen and Ansar Allah forces.

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