As Saudi Dictator Continues US-Coordinated Bombardment, al Qaeda Gains Yemen Foothold

Since Saudi dictator and multi-billionaire Salman bin Abdulaziz began coordinating with millionaire US strongman Barack Obama approximately two weeks ago to carry out terrorist attacks against Yemen, the poorest country in the region, over half a thousand people, mostly civilians, have been killed.  As the UN announced the body count and massive civilian death and displacement toll, the US began refueling Saudi (US-made) bombers so they could continue uninterrupted.

The attacks by Wahhabi Saudi Arabia have allowed another Wahhabi-affiliated and Saudi-backed group, al Qaeda, to seize a major Yemeni port city, and now the Mukalla army base, securing al Qaeda’s foothold in Yemen’s southeast.

The Saudi theocracy, famous for widespread beheadings and lashings of its own people for “crimes” such as writing or being raped, has blocked all Red Cross humanitarian and medical aid from entering Yemen.  The US, famous for rampant global and domestic torture and the 21st century’s largest acts of mass murder, is expected to veto a UN resolution proposed on the 4th to allow Red Cross humanitarian aid into Yemen.

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Articles by: Robert Barsocchini

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