The Southern Transitional Council held on Sunday in the capital Aden a tribute ceremony in the memory of the hero martyr Brigadier Munir Al-Yafea (Abu Al-Yamamah) and his companions who got killed early last August.
In the ceremony Mr. Fadhl Mohammed Al-Jadi, Assistant Secretary-General of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, delivered a speech in which he conveyed the condolences of the President of the Southern Transitional Council, Aidaroos Al-Zubaidi to the family, relatives, and friends of the martyr, recalling the role of Abu al-Yamamah in the war of 2015 and in the liberation of Aden and his fight against terrorism and extremism.
He said that the role of Abu al-Yamamah in the fight against terrorism and extremism has made him a common target for all terrorist forces, stressing that targeting the martyr was a way of targeting the national project he holds, which is the project of the South and its just cause.
Al-Jadi said:" We will remain faithful to all the issues for which the martyr fought for, until the fulfillment of the aspirations of the people of the South, and will keep the gratitude to the Arab coalition countries, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, and supporting their efforts for dialogue and combating the tools of Iran and terrorism,".
Mr. Aad Mohammed Ali, member of the Preparatory Committee of the ceremony, head of the Social Affairs department at the General Secretariat of the presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, delivered a speech in which he mentioned the martyr's exploits and his role in fighting terrorism and restoring security and stability to the capital Aden and its neighboring governorates.
The family of the martyr Abu al-Yamamah delivered a speech by his brother in which he stressed that the blood of the martyr, which was shed after a long struggle was a spark to freedom and dignity, calling for unity to confront enemies of the south, and thanking the leadership of the Transitional Council for their attention, organization, and sponsorship of this tribute ceremony.
The ceremony included poems and a short film about the martyr's life since childhood to his military involvement and martyrdom.