3 collaborators with Saudi enemy state sentenced to death

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SANAA, Sept. 29 (Saba) – The First Instance Court in the capital Sanaa on Saturday sentenced three defendants to death for collaborating with a foreign country and helping the enemy state.

The court convicted each of Uqba Jamal Abdullah Nasser, Ali Saleh Abdulrab Ahmed al-Obeidi and Murad Hussein Saleh al-Obeidi of the charges against them in the prosecution indictments and sentenced them to death and ordered the confiscation of the seizures related to their cases.

The prosecution accused the first convict of seeking with Saudi Arabia, which is in a state of war and aggression against the Republic of Yemen, to recruit forty people and send them to Marib province to join Saudi-led aggression forces and their mercenaries to fight against the army and the popular committees.

The second and third convicts were accused of collaborating with Saudi Arabia through the disclosure of military information with aim of bombing military sites and causing damage to the country’s defense force.

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