Security sources have arrested a Yemeni soldiers who was intending to detonate himself in a military parade on July 17 inside a camp of the Central Security, security sources said.
According to Yemen Observer, the soldier was arrested while having an explosive belt inside his suitcase.
The security sources the security forces managed to arrest a suicide bomber after receiving secret information about the bomber who told one of his colleague to not attend the parade.
The suicide bomber is one of the newly admitted members and his name is Fayez al-Sofi, Yemen Observer said.
The Yemeni capital, Sana'a, along with some Yemeni main cities witness a state of loose security as suicide bombings and target of military locations increased.
The Yemeni army could defeat Al-Qaeda in its main strongholds in Zinjibar, Jaar and Shaqra of Abyan governorate. However, Al-Qaeda carried a number of suicide bombings and could assassinate high-ranking commander of the Yemeni army.
Suicide bombers carried out a number of bombings during the past two months in which hundreds of Yemeni commanders, officers and soldiers were killed and wounded.
Al-Qaeda assassinated in late June Salem Qatan, commander of the Southern Region, after he left his home in the southern port city of Aden in a suicide attack.
Four Yemeni officers including he deputy director of the central prison in Taiz, Saleh Al-Awlaki, were killed and four others were wounded on Monday in an armed ambush installed at Beer Basha of Taiz city, local sources said