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Post Saudi Intervention in Yemen
Created by John Eipper on 11/11/16 8:35 AM

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Saudi Intervention in Yemen (Massoud Malek, USA, 11/11/16 8:35 am)

Right after the head of the corrupt government of Yemen, President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi, fled his palace in Aden as Houthi rebels advanced towards the city, Saudi Arabia started launching air strikes against Houthi rebels. For over 19 months, the US-backed Saudi Arabia is bombing wedding and funeral ceremonies, schools, hospitals, markets, prisons, and many other non-military targets. Soon after their planes drop their bombs over the innocent Yemeni people, they are refueled by the United States. The United States provides intelligence for the bombing positions.

WAISers who are outraged by the interference of the Russian government and Julian Assange in our elections, should also be outraged by our interferences in the internal affairs of Iraq, Libya, Syria, Yemen, and many other countries.

JE comments: This post from Massoud Malek came in before Decision '16 was, well, decided. Will the US relationship with Saudi Arabia change under Trump?  One constant of all past US administrations, Democratic and Republican, has been a kid-glove approach to the Saudis.


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