YEMEN Press Agency

Dangerous confessions of US-Israeli spy network about targeting cultural sector in Yemen

SANAA, June 30 (YPA) – The security services in Sanaa revealed on Saturday evening important and extensive confessions of the American-Israeli spy network members about targeting the cultural sector in Yemen and what is related to it.

The confessions showed that the American cultural targeting of Yemen took place over decades by institutions and entities affiliated with America, most notably the American Embassy in Yemen and the “CIA.”

These confessions affirmed that the American Embassy had played a major role in the cultural targeting of Yemen through programs and projects implemented by its Cultural Mission.

Among the most important programs of the Cultural Attaché that were used to target and recruit young people were the programs that were implemented by sending the targeted people to America, including “The Heartbright – the Hanfrey Fellowship – Academic Research – and the International Visitor,” Aa well as the programs implemented by bringing Americans to Yemen, such as “artistic and cultural teams and the visitor speaker.”

Members of the espionage cell stated that the most prominent projects of the cultural attaché that aimed to spread moral corruption and abnormality were carried out through institutes, schools, and universities such as “AMIDEAST, Exceed, YALI, and MALI,” in addition to granting travel to America under the name of “cultural exchange” or educational scholarships with the aim of being fascinated by Western culture, changing the convictions of the students, and recruiting them to work with them in their subversive projects.

They pointed out that a group of companies and organizations affiliated with American intelligence carried out subversive activities targeting the Yemeni identity and its authentic affiliation to Islam, most notably Christianization, through a group of media and cultural activities. In addition to carrying out field studies and surveys on society from various aspects under the cover of humanitarian and human rights work for some projects of the UN and international organizations that shared these studies and surveys with the CIA.

Under the title “Breaking Barriers,” the spy Muhammad Al-Waziza explained that it was a requirement in the institutes that all activities be participatory between male and female students, leading to breaking the barriers between young men and women and getting used to mingling.


Proselytizing and promoting homosexuality

The spy Shaif Al-Hamdani indicated in his confessions that the American Embassy worked to support homosexuals through several programs in Yemen through the Cultural Mission. He explained that homosexuality was promoted at the American Language Institute (YALI) and other language institutes by distributing writings to those who feel that they have the desire and inclination towards homosexuality on the grounds that it is a personal freedom.

Al-Hamdani stated that the Cultural Attaché was promoting these things through the American Institute “YALI” in a secret way.

For his part, the spy, Abdul Moein Azzan, indicated that the High Commissioner for Human Rights worked under what is called “monitoring gender-based violence” to monitor homosexuals in the country and to work indirectly to promote what is called “their rights and the need to protect them.”

He stated that the Commission had collected information and data about their spread in society, the challenges they face, and the possibility of supporting and encouraging them to establish an entity or organization that represents them through which they can be supported and assisted, and later encouraged to demand their rights, protection, etc.

Azzan confirmed that the Commission provided assistance to some gays by facilitating their travel abroad for the purpose of obtaining asylum and practicing their lives freely outside Yemen as gays. He reported that the missionary agencies operating in Yemen are many and varied, and most of them are organizations affiliated with Protestant institutions or churches.

The spy, Azzan, mentioned that the “Atlanta” company was one of the American companies that was present in Yemen and had missionary activity. There were a number of American companies and entities, including organizations and even educational institutions such as schools and others. Most of the missionaries held American citizenship and came as teachers, academics, engineers, doctors, and others.

In turn, the spy Jamal Al-Sharabi touched on the American role in attacking Yemeni culture and replacing it with Western culture, through the cultural attaché and the embassy supporting language institutes and encouraging mixing, empowering women, empowering youth in society, and everything related to a culture different from the country’s culture and the national faith identity, with the aim of constantly corrupting society and the youth.


The Cultural Attaché is an intelligence arm

For his part, the spy Shaif Al-Hamdani revealed in his confessions an aspect of the intelligence role of the Cultural and Media Attaché. The Cultural Mission is considered one of the most active missions in the American Embassy, which helps the American Intelligence Agency, the CIA, and the Political and Economic Mission reach the targeted individuals for the purpose of collecting data and intelligence targeting interests to obtain information that serves American interests in Yemen.

.Al-Hamdani pointed out that the Cultural Attaché appeared on its face to be an entity implementing cultural exchange programs for the purpose of disseminating knowledge and increasing the professional capabilities of the targeted figures in Yemen from various segments of society, while its real role was to serve American intelligence in influencing and accessing influential figures and institutions with information of importance in intelligence, political, military, social, academic, and other aspects.

He stressed that the Cultural Mission is one of the arms used by American intelligence to obtain information within the entity of control and decision-making in Yemen in various fields.

In turn, the spy Abdul Qadir Al-Saqqaf revealed the intelligence sources of the Cultural and Media Attaché at the American Embassy. He said, “When I was employed at the Cultural and Media Attaché, there was a network of sources present who had a relationship with the attaché, and they were correspondents for newspapers, satellite channels, or international news agencies.”

He added that among those figures “were Hamoud Munaser, who was working as a correspondent for Al Arabiya TV channel, and Muhammad Saddam, a correspondent for Reuters, and also Nasr Taha Mustafa, who was among those I met and introduced to the media attaché at that period, Adam Early, who was active in meetings, cafes, and offices.”

Regarding the cultural attaché’s programs and their diabolical goals, the spy Jamal Al-Sharabi explained that he was working to hold meetings, for example, with the Ministry of Culture and institutions, intellectuals, and activists, and to cluster with them to find out what the details are and how to implement these goals either through local organizations and their support, or at the youth level and supporting them with grants, or at the level of ministries such as education, culture, and tourism.

In the context of his confessions, the spy Hisham Al-Wazir touched on the intelligence role played by the AMIDEAST and YALI institutes under the direct supervision of Sabrina Weber in the same way, in connection and coordination with the CIA, noting that those responsible for this matter were “Hisham Al-Omeisy” and “Ibrahim Al-Khader.”


Soft war

Spy Abdul Moein Azzan spoke about the work carried out by the High Commissioner for Human Rights in areas other than military aspects. These are actions and activities in the context of soft war by promoting concepts that conflict with the values ​​and principles of Yemeni society and Islamic law, such as the concept of equality between men and women, individual freedoms, religious freedoms, and other concepts.

He pointed out that all of this was done through the programs and activities that the Commission was implementing with local partners, indicating that the Commission also monitored issues related to religious minorities such as Jews, Baha’is, and others.


Targeting Yemeni culture

The spy, Muhammad Al-Waziza, pointed out that the institutes that employed foreigners as teachers and workers contributed to diluting Yemeni culture and distorting the culture of students, such as “YALI,” “Exceed,” and “AMIDEAST,” which are among the famous institutes.

Al-Waziza explained that part of teaching the English language in the embassy’s institutes is to spread American culture through many means, such as the curriculum, teachers, and the environment of the institute itself, which aims to erase Yemeni culture and enhance American culture.

He indicated that the student, despite his commitment to Yemeni culture, is gradually influenced by the culture of books, curriculum, teachers, and other things present within the institutes.

The spy, Al-Waziza, mentioned that one of the obligatory things for female teachers at the institute is to reveal their faces in front of students and encourage mingling, and thus the institute was considered a fertile environment for mingling.

In this context, the spy Hisham Al-Wazir explained that “AMIDEAST” is a youth revitalization project that was implemented by the “AMIDEAST” Institute in Yemen under the management of “Sabrina Viper.” It is a project to attract socially influential elements of young men and women.

He stated that these elements were determined by their presence in sports and entertainment clubs, so that these clubs were supported with any equipment they needed, such as electricity, equipment, sports games, playgrounds, etc., with the aim of pushing young people to participate in the activities that the project organizes in these clubs, and then attracting them to participate in training courses in so-called “life skills” to influence them with Western ideas, so that they can later transfer them to the communities in which they live.

The security services confirmed that what was revealed about American cultural targeting of Yemen demonstrates the reality of the negative cultural and moral transformations taking place in Arab and Islamic societies and proves that American-Israeli projects are largely behind this, and it also holds everyone to a great responsibility for the need to be aware and vigilant to confront enemy plans that target humans before they target systems, land, and wealth.