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Sunday, April 2, 2017

Yemen/ Saudi update 4/02/2017..Yemeni snipers shoot 2 Saudi soldiers dead

Yemeni snipers shoot 2 Saudi soldiers dead



London hosts conference on Saudis' role in regional conflicts





Terror in Yemen: Saudis Delight in Blood and Pain - Without a Redeeming Feature


http://en.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13960113000551



It is impossible to conceive of a more thoroughly despicable and arrogant regime than the House of Saud.



They are without a redeeming feature. In the tradition of violating International Law, United Nations Charter, and International Humanitarian Law, they have no parallel. They are never touched by agony and tears. They delight only in blood, pain, and terror.



On balance, human affections are naught to them. They care neither for humanity nor human rights. A false regime, an unjust judge, a braggart, hypocrite, and tyrant, false in promise, infamous, and hideous. Such is the House of Saud. Both the arsonists and the firefighters. But the world is catching on to their crimes against humanity, particularly in Yemen:



Whether in the streets of Europe or in Yemen, it is Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabism that has draped nations in suffocating fear. It is Saudi Arabia again that has held a faith ransom and forced 1.6 billion Muslims to think themselves in negation of one another and beyond the world altogether. Saudi Arabia’s behavior in Yemen – and in Syria - is the very definition of terrorism.



To substantiate:



1- According to a report by the Food Security Information Network (FSIN), there is an increasing risk of famine across Yemen. The report says food crisis has notably deteriorated, adding that conditions will further worsen in 2017 because of the Saudi-led war, drought, macro-economic collapse, and blockade. FSIN, which is co-sponsored by the United Nations food agency, the World Food Program, and the International Food Policy Research Institute, says there is a growing demand for humanitarian aid.



On the third year of the illegal Saudi offensive, the UN International Children’s Emergency Fund also reports that over 17 million people, which equals to 65 percent of all Yemeni households, are food insecure, meaning that they cannot afford feeding themselves and their children adequately.



2- According to a secret December 2009 paper signed by the US secretary of state, Saudi Arabia is the world's largest source of funds and promoter of terrorism, the Salafist-Wahhabi jihadism that is the ideological basis of terrorist groups ISIL, Al-Qaeda, Taliban, and suchlike: “Saudi Arabia remains a critical financial support base for Al-Qaeda, the Taliban, ISIL, and other terrorist groups. The kingdom allied to the US has spent untold millions promoting Wahhabism, the radical form of Sunni Islam that inspired various terrorist groups and that now inflames ISIL."



With that in mind, anyone whose major concern is the sanctity of human life is in effect, by leaving Saudi-led, US-backed war crimes unchecked, ensuring death by famine in Yemen. This dirty war is pitiless, and if the international civil society itself does not stop the Saudi-led violence and war crimes, then it will have it done. They will be complicit.



The problem of Yemen is equally exacerbated by Western governments’ control of the “fakestream” media. This runs counter to their obligation to promote truth, independence in the media, regional peace, and global security. The biggest problem is the lack of information of the real situation on the ground and the fact that many journalists avoid speaking out because they fear retaliation from their governments which are arming and supporting the Saudi-led campaign.



Nonetheless, the international civil society cannot and should never stomach these crimes without offering resistance. Resistance is what has animated Yemen for the past three years, and pushed a nation on the brink, to manifest a movement that saw the bending of the might of Saudi Wahhabism, American imperialism, and Israeli Zionism.



Mind you, it is not the first time that a minority has come to overpower the multitude majority: Syria comes to mind. Just like in Yemen, the cabal of US warmongers led by the Wahhabist-Zionist allies chose to invade Syria too - with a helping hand from terror proxies – ISIL, Al-Qaeda, and suchlike. The regime changers loudly posit that their dirty war on Syria – just like their dirty war on Yemen - is righteous and fair.



Far from it. The world has decided to frown before the slaughtering of a nation whose crime is to argue political self-determination in the face of Saudi Arabia’s grand Wahhabist complex and America’s Christian-Zionist colonial campaign. The world is in the know that the Saudis and the Americans cannot have a war on terrorism when their own war against Syria and Yemen is terrorism.



"US own allies sponsoring terror, not Iran"

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