Analysts: Al-Qaeda will not accept dialogue
[Yemen Post] Yemeni analysts have ruled out that al-Qaeda will accept dialogue after President Abdurabu Mansour Hadi
...the second and possibly the last president of Yemen, successor to former President-for-Life Ali Abdullah Saleh...
called it to give up weapons and engage in dialogue.
A Yemeni analyst, Abdul-Ghani al-Eryani, said that al-Qaeda would only accept Hadi's offer if it received killing attacks.
On the 50th anniversary of Yemen's revolution, Hadi said al-Qaeda must renounce violence and protection of armed elements coming from outside Yemen.
In a speech delivered before the UN General Assembly, Hadi called the international community to asset Yemen to enable it fight al-Qaeda.
Hadi said that he sometimes pressured to engage in dialogue with al-Qaeda.
After the Yemeni government announced its victory in early June, the al-Qaeda carried out a suicide kaboom across various governorates and killed the commander of Yemen's southern military region, Salem Qatan.
Al-Qaeda carried out a series of liquidations against high-ranking officials including security and military commanders in the few past months.
Al-Qaeda grabbed credit for deadly attacks in Sana'a and other cities that targeted military and security chiefs, personnel, cadets and offices.
the difference between stupidity and genius is that genius has its limits...
the most deadliest incident was carried out against a military parade rehearsal that killed about 100 soldiers in May.
Early of August, al-Qaeda killed at least 45 people and wounding dozens more in the deadliest attack since the army declared victory over cut-throats in June.
Yemen's security authorities say they foiled many plans of Al-Qaeda to carry out terrorist attacks in the capital Sana'a, affirming that seized 40 belts packed with explosives.
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