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Sunday, March 26, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 3/26/2017..Saudi war on Yemen enters third year

Saudi war on Yemen enters third year



Yemeni protesters mark 2nd anniversary of Saudi war




Thousands rally in Sanaa, Yemen against Saudi-led airstrikes












Correspondence verdict for treason


http://colonelcassad.livejournal.com/3319083.html#cutid1



The Yemeni court in Sana'a, which is controlled by the Husits, sentenced in absentia the former president of the country Hadi, the former foreign minister, the ambassador of Yemen to the United States, as well as several other functionaries of the previous regime to the death penalty. The motivation is quite obvious: organizing and abetting foreign interventionists, inciting aggression against Yemen, treason, etc. etc.

Considering what the interventionists are doing on the territory of Yemen, the verdict is more than deserved. Another question is what to pronounce the sentence and enforce it, these are slightly different things, especially since some of the sentenced people are sitting in the controlled by the interventionists Aden, and some do not get out of Saudi Arabia at all.

This verdict makes it extremely difficult for any attempt to resolve a stalled conflict by diplomatic means. At this stage of the war, the hussites obviously can not drive out the invaders from the country, and the interventionists, in turn, can not push the Husitians and Saleh's forces behind which Iran stands. A kind of strategic stalemate emerged, which is periodically tried to overcome through temporary truces and consultations between representatives of the parties. But since the Saudis insist that Hadi is the legitimate ruler of Yemen, and the Husits ​​and Saleh refuse to admit this, a long-term agreement can not be reached. The verdict of Hadi and his accomplices, serves as another signal to the Saudis that the Hussites with Hadi at the head of Yemen will not reconcile, no matter how many peaceful residents of Saudis would not kill, for the sake of Hadi's return to Sana'a.

The verdict was made on the 2nd anniversary of the beginning of the foreign intervention in Yemen, on the occasion of which a huge rally was held in Sanaa, where the local residents expressed support for the current government struggling with intervention.

Against the backdrop of the abominable gang of Hadi, the dull Middle East autocrat Saleh ousted during the Arab spring, now looks almost like an epic fighter for freedom and independence, with considerable support among the local population that has only grown since the overthrow. As they say, everything is known in comparison - now many Yemenis would not mind to return to 2010 in the days before the revolution, followed by the establishment of the power of the Saudi puppet, its overthrow and foreign intervention, which turned a part of the country into ruins and led To huge civilian casualties. To the honor of the people of Yemen, he had more than worthy resistance to the aggressors.




Ansarullah Leader: US, Israel Supporting Saudi Arabia in Attacking Yemeni People

http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13960106000452

The leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement, Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi, blasted Washington and Tel Aviv for supporting the Riyadh government in its ongoing attacks on the Yemeni civilians. "Saudi Arabia is the main tool for the attacks on Yemen, while the US and the Zionist regime of Israel are behind the assaults," al-Houthi said while condemning the Saudi attacks on the Yemeni civilians. "The enemy’s missiles have targeted our children," the Ansarullah leader added. Al-Houthi underlined that the Yemeni people are fully prepared to sacrifice their lives to preserve their freedom, dignity and independence. "The presence of Riyadh in Yemen is in line with serving Tel Aviv's interests," the Ansarullah leader said.

In relevant remarks in early February, al-Houthi said that Saudi Arabia is in cahoots with Israel, and therefore considers anyone opposing the policies of the Tel Aviv regime as its own enemy. Addressing his followers in a speech in the Northern city of Sa’ada and on the occasion of Martyrs’ Day, al-Houthi stated that the Al Saud regime turns hostile toward any nation that resists the hegemonic acts of US and Israeli authorities in the Middle East region.

PressTV Debate Saudi Yemen War Anniversary



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