The Yemeni Reform Gathering in Al-Hudaydah Governorate mourned the departure of Sheikh Al-Alamah Muhammad Yusuf Harba, Deputy Head of the Judicial Department of the Reform Executive Office in the governorate, who passed away after a life full of knowledge, education, advocacy and guidance.
Reform Al Hudaydah said in an obituary statement, “The departure of Sheikh Muhammad Yusuf Harbah is a loss for the governorate of Hodeidah and Yemen as a whole, as he contributed to the educational and educational process, awareness and consolidation of the values of moderation, facilitation, education and advocacy that are better, and he was a beacon of humility and asceticism and a model for his students, and he was a tributary to knowledge, as a defender. On the values of justice, the nation’s issues, its identity and its dignity, with word and good advice.
He added, “The Yemeni Reform Gathering in Hudaydah Governorate mourns knowledge of the distinguished people of Tihama and its outstanding scientific and educational men, as it condoles the family of the Sheikh, his family, relatives, students and loved ones, asking God Almighty to cover him with mercy and forgiveness, and to inspire his family and his family with patience and solace. We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”
In a related context .. The Yemeni Rally for Reform in Sanaa governorate sent a message of condolences and sympathy for the death of the fighter Sheikh Ahmed Abbad Sharif, one of the chief Sheikhs of Khawlan in particular, and Yemen in general, after a life full of giving and giving in defending the republic and national constants.
The Sana’a Reform sent a telegram of condolences to Major General Sheikh Abdul Qawi Ahmed Sharif, Sana’a Governorate And his brothers and all the Sharif family and the tribes of Bani Dabyan in general in the departure of this great national stature.
Sana’a reform said “The deceased, may God have mercy on him, was a giant patriotic figure who had prominent and tangible roles in resolving many tribal and social disputes in his region and many Yemeni regions.Asking May God grant the deceased the mercy of his mercy and inspire his family and his family with patience and solace, “We belong to God and to Him we shall return.”