Yemeni general found dead in Cairo

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Yemeni general found dead in Cairo

The Yemeni Embassy in Egypt reported on Sunday the murder of Major General Hassan bin Jalal Al-Obaidi, director of the Military Industry Department of the Yemeni Ministry of Defense, in the capital Cairo.

The embassy clarified in a statement via social media that Al-Obaidi was found dead in an apartment in Cairo and that they are investigating the incident together with all Egyptian security authorities.



Yemeni media and websites reported that Al-Obaidi was found handcuffed with several stab wounds on his body, and the door to the apartment had been forced open. However, this information has not yet received official confirmation.

It is unclear whether Al-Obaidi was in the Egyptian capital on personal business or on a military mission, but, according to some sources, he was preparing to travel to Turkey before his death. And two days before he was found dead in Cairo, the general returned from Jordan.

According to Yemeni journalist Muhammad Al-Salhi, Al-Obaidi was "one of the most important Yemeni military specialists in the field of military production."

Al-Salhi added that General Al-Obaidi has been constantly traveling to different countries in recent years “in search of everything that could help in the development of military equipment.”
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  1. -1
    20 February 2024 07: 50
    Most likely the amers removed him. Or shaved hair...
    1. +12
      20 February 2024 07: 54
      Well, no, I’m betting on the Jews, no matter what, but they have a well-organized elimination of any individuals they find unpleasant, the Persians won’t let you lie.
      1. +1
        20 February 2024 07: 55
        One hell of a lot - they are all tied up in a knot by these Western intelligence services....
    2. +2
      20 February 2024 08: 04
      A general of this position could have been killed by anyone.
      Starting from an envious assistant and ending with a banal gopstopnik. The shavers could have helped, but usually the shavers and Americans act more carefully. There are break-ins, stab wounds, not professional.
      Britons and Americans are more likely to blow up a car or a good shooter
    3. +4
      20 February 2024 08: 37
      Quote: Nexcom
      Most likely the amers removed him. Or shaved hair...

      So this is their Allied general who is fighting against the Houthis. winked
    4. +2
      20 February 2024 09: 24
      and you know what kind of general this is? where is it written that he is a Houthi?
      in Yemen there is supposedly still an overthrown government, which the Americans support
      1. 0
        20 February 2024 12: 06
        Not only is there something that has been overthrown, but it is also fully operational. Well, the Houthis, of course! And everywhere there are generals, generals, generals! Only there are no marshals, as in Libya, it seems! laughing
        1. 0
          20 February 2024 18: 28
          “only marshals” comrades, maybe I’ll say too much, but I always believed that in peacetime, a marshal is an unnecessary luxury. Give him: not just any office, but appropriate to the position, a car, at least: a fancy Citroen or Fiat.
          Either way. On our collective farm, back in 75, the foreman of 3 brigades rode a one-wheeler (do you know what this is? A mini ram on 2 wheels). On the collective farm, there were 5 brigades and only Radiutsky was on a one-wheeler, and the rest were in cars: 2 "Muscovite 41" Zhiguli, it seems, "kopek" and GAZ-21/? The chairman of the collective farm, drove a "Warsaw", a Polish model GAZ-21, and some kind of "Tatra". She was the only one in the entire region
    5. +3
      20 February 2024 11: 15
      Quote: Nexcom
      Most likely the amers removed him. Or Britos

      Or Israel
      1. +1
        20 February 2024 18: 33
        The Mossad acts carefully, but here... I suspect that they are special forces. It seems like the government general of the Israelis doesn’t care
    6. 0
      20 February 2024 22: 39
      Quote: Nexcom
      Most likely the amers removed him. Or shaved hair...

      Definitely the handwriting of the Mossad.
  2. +2
    20 February 2024 07: 55
    The situation in the world is heating up, military experts must be taken care of and protected. Security pistols must always be ready.
  3. +1
    20 February 2024 07: 59
    In Spain, the traitor who stole a helicopter, Maxim Kuzminonva, was found dead, but everything is unclear there; ours have not yet confirmed it.
    1. 0
      20 February 2024 08: 13
      Quote: Andobor
      Ours haven't confirmed it yet.

      UkroSMI confirms, citing Ukrainian intelligence
      1. +2
        20 February 2024 08: 32
        This raises suspicions; ukroSMI worked on command.
        1. 0
          20 February 2024 22: 40
          The Western media also write about this.
      2. +1
        20 February 2024 09: 24
        well then it's definitely a lie
        ukrosmi then they won’t lie, lol
  4. +2
    20 February 2024 08: 05
    “Al-Obaidi was found handcuffed and with several stab wounds on his body.”

    ***
    - Suicide...
    ***
  5. +1
    20 February 2024 08: 06
    Al-Obaidi was found handcuffed and with several stab wounds to his body, and the door to the apartment had been forced open.
    The Anglo-Saxons are not succeeding at sea, so they decided in a proven way through their special services, and it is possible that with the involvement of the Israelis they will solve the problem.
    1. +3
      20 February 2024 08: 28
      Here it would be better to understand who was killed, a Houthi or a pro-government general, because Yemen is supported by the United States; they are at war with the Houthi rebel groups.
    2. 0
      20 February 2024 09: 25
      only this general was from the overthrown government, and not from the Houthis
      but what's the difference, right?
  6. +1
    20 February 2024 08: 08
    Comrades, off topic, but important. In Spain, someone killed Judas Kuzmin.
    Remember, he destroyed the navigator and hijacked the helicopter to Ukraine? Someone fed Judas lead
    1. +1
      20 February 2024 08: 16
      Not only were they fed lead - they write that they were also run over by a car.
      1. +1
        20 February 2024 08: 29
        This is not how intelligence services work. This is the work of either patriots or relatives of his crew members killed by him. But of course someone gave them a tattoo...
      2. +1
        20 February 2024 09: 12
        “they were run over by a car,” but why waste time on trifles? For such a fruit, you need something in the Eastern style to feel
    2. +1
      20 February 2024 08: 19
      Quote: vladcub
      Someone fed Judas lead

      There are also our people in Spain. laughing Once upon a time in the DPR, volunteers from Spain said: “The fascists have come to power! Just as the USSR helped us before the Second World War, so we are helping you now.” Maybe they too wink Although there may be special services. "The Moor has done his job, the Moor can leave"
  7. -1
    20 February 2024 08: 14
    Why did someone kill a Yemeni general who had nothing to do with the Houthis?
  8. +1
    20 February 2024 08: 33
    Clicked. The security is either crap or bought - traitors.
    1. +2
      20 February 2024 09: 19
      It's all fortune telling. I would wait to see what the Cairo police say. Still, generals of this “caliber” are not slaughtered in Cairo every day. We must make a fuss.
      Actually, rough work. The intelligence services can and should work more subtly.
      If Mossad, Mi6 or CIA, they could have worked artistically and not necessarily in Cairo
  9. 0
    20 February 2024 08: 35
    Quote: Nexcom
    Not only were they fed lead - they write that they were also run over by a car.

    Didn't have time to urinate on
    1. 0
      20 February 2024 18: 04
      “didn’t have time to urinate” would be chic. They might have forgotten. Maybe they were in a hurry to catch a “flight”?
  10. -1
    20 February 2024 08: 55
    The ears of the Mossad, or Mi-6 with the CIA are clearly visible here, and what about stab wounds is to get away with it later.
  11. +1
    20 February 2024 08: 59
    It’s strange that such a figure did not have security, at least this would have complicated the method of murder, and most likely would not have given his killers information, they probably asked him something before his death
  12. -1
    20 February 2024 11: 22
    The Jews have generously spread their tentacles over all their neighbors
  13. 0
    20 February 2024 14: 01
    Yemen has cut off a significant portion of the income from the Suez Canal, but still allows generals there.
  14. 0
    20 February 2024 19: 03
    Quote from Vik. K
    It's all fortune telling. I would wait to see what the Cairo police say. Still, generals of this “caliber” are not slaughtered in Cairo every day. We must make a fuss.
    Actually, rough work. The intelligence services can and should work more subtly.
    If Mossad, Mi6 or CIA, they could have worked artistically and not necessarily in Cairo

    Artistic? This is all a bunch of riffraff. They will dump their own counterfeiters on the asphalt. Vile creatures who hire anyone. Here you have the Maidan and snipers, a poisonous newcomer" at dill now and a lot of other things.