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Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Arabian Peninsula / Persian Gulf update 6/13/2017...Yemen's children 'have suffered enough;'

Yemen's children 'have suffered enough;' UNICEF official warns of cholera rise, malnutrition

"About 75,000 Yemenis in need of medical treatment"

Saudi war on Yemen; 12,500 civilians dead, 20,000 injured

English News Bulletin

Yemen, Taizy 12Y al Qaeda and Saudi mercenaries try to take the presidential palace

Saudi-backed troops reportedly take center of Yemeni city of Taiz

The Legal Center for Rights and Developmentviolations of aggression within 800 days

Yemen, HUTIES eliminating several Saudi military targets.

Egypt: MPs explode as debate over Saudi maritime deal ignites parliament

The TRUTH About Qatar

The Saudis Organized an International Club to Publicly Punish Qatar

Qatar FM: Sanctions against Doha illegal & unfair

Is the Qatar blockade doomed?

BoJo urges Gulf States to end blockade on Qatar

Saudi Arabia DEFENDS Sanctions AGAINST Doha, Qatar

Qatar ‘sympathisers’ in the Gulf threatened under cybercrimes laws

Whistle-Blower: Saudi Officials Imprisoned after Opposing Bin Salman's Plot against Al-Thani

Saudi whistle-blower Mujtahid, who is believed to be a member of or have a well-connected source in the royal family, disclosed failure of the plot hatched by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman against Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani. Mujtahid revealed that a number of members of Al ash-Sheikh, Saudi Arabia's leading religious family, including a member of the consultative assembly, were imprisoned in Istiraha by bin Salman to sign a statement against al-Thani. He added that bin Salman freed them after being disappointed from their endorsement of the statement provided that they avoid releasing the incident through the social media. Mujtahid said the member of the consultative assembly might be pressured to deny his revelations or the Saudi media might damage his words.

In relevant remarks last Tuesday, Mujtahid disclosed that Mohammad bin Salman and Supreme Commander of UAE's Union Defense Force Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahyan have slammed the Saudi intelligence ministry for providing wrong intel about Qatar. According to Mujtahid, the Saudi intelligence ministry had estimated a huge loss for Qatar following a severance by Riyadh and its allies of ties with Doha but the developments showed that Qatar had prepared itself for these days. "Bin Salman and Bin Zayed had thought that (Qatari Emir) Tamim (bin Hamad Al Thani) will make concessions within 24 hours but the response that they received was challenge and continued release of the emails of the (UAE's) ambassador (to the United States, Yousef al-Otaiba) and other cases," he added.

According to reports, Riyadh and its regional allies had overestimated the negative impacts of closing their airspaces to Qatari planes, underestimating Doha's remaining option to use Iran's airspace by rerouting its flights. Qatar Airways canceled flights to Bahrain, Egypt and the United Arab Emirates a day after it had suspended flights to Saudi Arabia. Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Egypt cut off diplomatic ties with Qatar last month, and suspended air and sea communication one week after the Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh. Later, Libya and the Maldives joined that list of nation that break off diplomatic relations with Doha.

FM Zarif slams Saudi Arabia for sponsoring terrorist attacks in Iran

Iran’s leader: US standing by medieval Saudi while accusing Iran of rights violations ridiculous

Iran Leader: US & its proxies have created instability in region

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