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    Post  George1 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:02 am

    US State Department Announces Military Staff Pullout From Yemen

    US State Department has announced that the United States is evacuating its entire military personnel from a key airbase in Yemen following an upsurge in violence in the conflict-torn country.

    WASHINGTON (Sputnik) – The United States is evacuating its entire military personnel from a key airbase in Yemen following an upsurge in violence in the conflict-torn country, the US State Department has announced.

    "Due to the deteriorating security situation in Yemen, the U.S. Government has temporarily relocated its remaining personnel out of Yemen," US State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said in a Saturday statement.

    The State Department stressed that there is "no military solution to Yemen's current crisis" and called for an "immediate" cessation of armed hostilities in the country.

    Earlier on Saturday, the UN Security Council announced a decision to hold an emergency meeting on Yemen on Sunday afternoon, a move which came one day after Islamic State (ISIL) militants carried out a series of attacks in Yemen's capital Sanaa and the northern city of Saada.

    On Friday, suicide bombers took the lives of at least 150 people in two Sanaa mosques. In Saada, over 30 people were killed in attacks.

    Sanaa is currently controlled by the Ansar Allah Houthi rebel group. In late January, Houthi rebels seized the presidential palace and government buildings forcing Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi and the country's government to resign.

    On February 11, the United States suspended the work of the US Embassy in Sanaa and issued a travel warning for its citizens, citing ongoing terrorist activities and civil unrest in Yemen.

    Later that same month, Hadi escaped house arrest, fled to the southern port city of Aden and withdrew his resignation.

    On Thursday, Houthis launched airstrikes on the presidential palace in Aden. The UN Security Council condemned the attacks in its Friday statement, stressing that Hadi is the sole legitimate authority in Yemen and urging all sides in the Yemeni conflict to refrain from the use of military force.

    The US State Department also stressed in its Saturday statement that President Hadi is the legitimate authority in Yemen and called on Houthi rebels to stop violent incitement which threatens Hadi, Yemeni government officials and innocent civilians in the country.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/military/20150322/1019840393.html#ixzz3V6hyqUuC

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    Post  George1 on Sun Mar 22, 2015 11:05 am

    Houthis Seize Airport in Yemeni Town of Taez

    Yemeni Houthi militants have seized an airport in the central Yemeni war-torn town of Taez, Al Jazeera reported on Sunday.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The airport was earlier controlled by the security forces loyal to former Yemeni president Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi. Hadi, as well as the country's government, resigned after the Houthis captured the presidential palace and government buildings in late January.

    Yemen has recently been hit by a series of bombings. On Friday, suicide bomber attacks on mosques in Yemen's capital Sanaa killed at least 150 people.

    The central Yemeni town Taez is strategically located on the road between Sanaa, which the Houthi rebel group seized in September, and the southern city of Aden, where Hadi reportedly hides after escaping house arrest in the capital.

    On Thursday, the Houthis launched airstrikes on the presidential palace in Aden. The UN Security Council condemned the attacks in its Friday statement, stressing that Hadi is the sole legitimate authority in Yemen and urging all sides in the Yemeni conflict to refrain from the use of military force.

    The Houthis, Yemeni Shiite opposition group, first staged massive protests against injustice on the part of the Yemeni government last August. They took over a number of cities, including Sanaa, prompting the US-backed president to resign. Recently, the Houthis continued to make a rapid advance in other Yemeni cities.

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150322/1019843810.html#ixzz3V6ifjIYE

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    Post  George1 on Mon Mar 23, 2015 1:54 pm

    Yemen’s Embattled President Hadi to Call for Arab League’s Help in Egypt

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 11:56 am

    Rebel Houthis Offer $100,000 Reward for Capture of Yemeni President

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150325/1019978926.html#ixzz3VOT557CJ


    Houthi Fighters Seize Key Airbase North of Yemen's Aden

    Read more: http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150325/1019975778.html#ixzz3VOTDmW1z


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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:52 pm

    Iranian Ship Unloads 185 Tons of Weapons, Military Equipment for Houthis in Yemen


    An Iranian ship unloaded 185 tons of weapons and military equipment at a Houthi-controlled al-Saleef port in Yemen, al Arabiya reports.

    The Houthi militias reportedly closed the port and denied entrance to employees there. Al-Saleef port is considered the second most vital in Yemen.

    The news follows last week’s economic partnership agreements between Iran and the Houthis, including a deal that promises a year’s worth of oil supply from Iran.

    Iran has also agreed to provide Yemen with a 200 megawatt power plant, according to Yemeni news agency Saba.

    Yemen is torn by a power struggle between the Iranian-backed Houthi militias in the north, and the internationally-recognized President Abedrabbu Mansorur Hadi, who has set up a rival seat in the south with the backing of Sunni-led Gulf Arab states.

    Iranian Ship Unloads 185 Tons of Weapons, Military Equipment for Houthis in Yemen | Washington Free Beacon
    http://freebeacon.com/national-secu...pons-military-equipment-for-houthis-in-yemen/

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:53 pm

    Hadi Flees As Yemen Army Enters Gulf of Aden, Restores Houta

    Yemeni army, supported by the popular Committees, have entered on Wednesday morning the city of Aden from several directions, seizing control over most of the area and reaching the Gulf of Aden from Shebwa.

    It also restored the Houta city, capital of Lahj province, from al-Qaeda and militia operatives.

    The latest developments in Yemen followed various victories the army achieved against the armed militiamen loyal to the Abdrabbu Mansour Hadi.

    Hadi was the transitional President in Yemen who fled Sanaa to Aden after submitting resignation in January, where he tried to establish a rival cabinet, igniting civil war in the country and mobilizing armed militiamen against the national military.

    Former Defense Minister, Gen. Mahmoud Soubeihi, has been arrested and transferred to Sanaa. Soubeihi was leading in person the latest battles against the army across Yemen.

    Nasser Hadi, Hadi's brother has been also arrested. He used to manage operations carried out by Had's militia group.

    Moreover, the army detained Gen. Faisal Rajab, head of Infantry Brigade 119, along with Gen. Fadl Hassan, a former DM official.

    Media reports stated that Hadi's faith is still unknown, underlying that the Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and United Arab Emirates have evacuated their diplomatic delegation from the country until further notice.

    The United Nations urged on Monday unity in Yemen after Hadi called for international military intervention under Chapter 7.

    Hadi has been trying to cement his power base in Aden in an attempt to ignite civil war in the country, after he toppled the national partnership agreement signed by various political parties.

    Ansarullah group, also dubbed as Houthis, has liberated the capital Sanaa from al-Qaeda operatives last September, and worked to restore security and stability in the attack-hit areas.

    The powerful group issued the Constitutional Declaration, in a bid to avoid the power vacuum in the country following the resignation of Hadi and his prime minister.
    http://www.almanar.com.lb/english/adetails.php?eid=202717&cid=23&fromval=1&frid=23&seccatid=31&s1=1

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:53 pm

    Yemen's Houthis advance towards Aden

    Senior officials dispute claims that President Hadi has fled and his military leaders are under arrest in southern city.
    25 Mar 2015 10:25 GMT


    Reports from Yemen say President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi and his top military commander are on the run while other military leaders, including the defence minister, are under arrest after Shia Houthi fighters entered the southern city of Aden.

    However, two senior Yemeni officials including the head of national security have told Reuters news agency that Hadi remains in Aden and has no plans to leave.
    Asked on Wednesday if Hadi was in Aden, Major-General Ali al-Ahmadi, chief of national security, told Reuters: "He's here, he's here, he's here. I am now with him in the palace. He is in Aden."
    Al Jazeera could not independently verify the reports.

    The developments came just hours after a television station said Houthi fighters and their allies had seized an airbase where US troops and Europeans helped the country in its fight against al-Qaeda.
    The Al-Masirah TV station reported that the Houthis had "secured'' the al-Annad airbase, and claimed the base had been looted by both al-Qaeda fighters and troops loyal to President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi.
    That airbase is only 60km away from Aden, the port city where President Abd- Rabbu Mansour Hadi had established a temporary capital.

    Witnesses said they saw a convoy of presidential vehicles leaving Hadi's palace, located at the top of a hill in Aden overlooking the Arabian Sea, the Associated Press news agency reported.
    The advance of the Shia fighters, known as Houthis, threatens to plunge the Arab world's poorest country into a civil war that could draw in its Gulf neighbours. Already, Hadi has asked the UN to authorise a foreign military intervention in the country.

    Saud Al Faisal, Saudi Arabia's foreign minister, had previously warned that his country would take "necessary measures" if the Houthis did not resolve the crisis peacefully, without elaborating further.
    Diplomatic missions of Hadi's Persian gulf allies, including Saudi Arabia, UAE and Kuwait, have evacuated their diplomatic staff from Aden over the past few days, officials said.
    They earlier evacuated from Sanaa and relocated to Aden to support Hadi.

    http://www.aljazeera.com/news/2015/03/yemeni-president-hadi-flees-aden-150325092352502.html

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:53 pm

    S Arabia engaged in military buildup near border with Yemeni


    US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, said on Wednesday that Saudi Arabia has engaged in deploying military equipment, including artillery, to the troubled region.

    Latest media reports say Washington has acquired intelligence about the Saudi buildup. One US government source has described the size of the Saudi buildup on Yemen's border as “significant.”

    The developments come as Saudi Defense Minister Prince Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud has reportedly been ordered to erect a military base immediately along the border.

    The source says the Saudis could be preparing air raids to defend resigned former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi if Ansarullah fighters known as Houthis attack his refuge in the southern seaport of Aden.

    Meanwhile, Hadi has asked the UN Security Council (UNSC) to authorize military intervention in the strife-torn country to help him in the fight against the Houthi revolutionaries. He has also sought military help from the [Persian] Persian Gulf Cooperation Council (An incomplete reference was completed) ([P]PGCC (An incomplete acronym was completed: PGCC)) and the Arab League.


    on February 21, Hadi fled to Aden and withdrew his resignation triggering a political turmoil in the Arab country. He is now trying to seize back power with the help of the West and neighboring Saudi Arabia.

    The move comes as Yemen's Houthi fighters have been fighting al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups in the crisis-hit country.

    On March 12, Yemen’s Houthi movement staged a military drill in the city of Kitaf in the province of Sa’ada, along the border with Saudi Arabia.

    According to reports, thousands of members of the Houthi movement participated in the drill, in which artillery, rockets, and other weapons were used.

    A Houthi media official said the drill was not meant to “pose a threat to anyone.”

    The military drill came as Saudi Arabia approved Hadi’s proposed plan to hold the country’s national dialogue in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, instead of the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, which is currently under the control of the Houthis.

    The Houthi movement strongly condemned the Saudi measure, unequivocally refusing to participate in the talks.

    on March 22, fighters of Ansarullah movement captured the southwestern city of Ta'izz, a strategic city between the capital, Sana’a, and Aden.

    The Houthi fighters and their allies seized the city's airport and several state facilities after defeating forces loyal to Hadi.

    The Ansarullah fighters took control of the capital in September 2014 and are currently trying to advance toward Aden.
    http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/03/25/403276/Saudi-military-equipment-near-Yemen

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:54 pm

    Ansarullah fighters seize key airbase in south Yemen

    Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement have seized a key military airbase in the southern province of Lahij.

    "The Huthis took control of al-Anad airbase" after engaging in "limited clashes" with forces loyal to Yemen’s resigned president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, an unnamed Yemeni official told AFP on Wednesday.

    The airbase is located just 60 kilometers from the port city of Aden from where Hadi has just fled.

    The United States used the Anad airbase to launch drone strikes against the Yemen-based al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP). Some 100 US soldiers, including Special Forces commandos, evacuated the base last week after al-Qaeda militants captured a nearby town.

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    On Sunday, the Ansarullah fighters had managed to take control of the southwestern Yemeni city of Ta'izz, a strategic city between the capital, Sana’a, and Aden.

    Meanwhile, reports said that the former Yemeni defense minister, Mahmoud al-Subaihi, was captured by Houthis in Huta, the capital city of Lahij province.

    Hadi has also reportedly escaped from Aden to an unknown place as Ansarullah forces entered the city.

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    The photo shows Yemen’s resigned president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi, (L) and his defense minister, Mahmoud al-Subaihi. © AFP


    The new developments came a day after Yemen’s resigned president urged the United Nations Security Council to authorize military action in the strife-torn country against Ansarullah revolutionaries.

    On Monday, Hadi had also called on Persian Gulf Arab countries to intervene militarily in Yemen.

    Following the call, Saudi Arabia moved heavy military equipment, including artillery, to areas near its border with Yemen.

    In late January, Hadi, along with the cabinet of Premier Khaled Bahah, stepped down over pressure from the Ansarullah revolutionaries, but the Yemeni parliament did not approve their resignation.

    Hadi fled his home in the capital Sana’a on February 21 after weeks under effective house arrest and went to Aden, Yemen’s second largest city, where he officially withdrew his resignation and highlighted his intention to resume duties.

    http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2015/03/25/403294/Yemen-forces-seize-air-base-in-Lahij

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 2:54 pm

    Aftermath of AL-Qaeda terror attack


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    http://farsnews.com/imgrep.php?nn=13940103000159




    Yemen terrorist attack , wounded transferred to Iran


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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 3:32 pm

    i think yemen will become new syria-iraq

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:27 pm

    Saudi Arabia Readies For Possible Intervention in Yemen on Thursday

    Saudi Arabia amassed heavy military equipment and artillery near its border with Yemen, showing signs of an impending military intervention. A formal go-ahead for the invasion might be given on Thursday by the Arab League.

    As the conflict in Yemen escalates, US officials are saying that Saudi Arabia may be preparing airstrikes to defend Yemen’s embattled President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi against advancing Houthi rebels, as it starts moving weapons to areas near its neighboring country’s border.

    Speaking to Reuters on condition of anonymity, a US official said that Washington had acquired intelligence about Saudi’s mobilization of weapons, but declined to provide further details on location of said weapons or the exact size of the force being deployed.

    Another US official referred to the move as “significant”, saying that the Saudis may be preparing air strikes to defend US-backed President Hadi in his southeastern refuge of Aden, where he fled to from Sanaa in February, as Shia Houthi rebels continue a southward advance in the country.

    Tension has been rising in Yemen since the Houthis seized the capital city of Sanaa in September of last year and has escalated to near-civil war proportions when the rebels captured the central city of Taiz last weekend.

    The conflict in Yemen additionally has a profound impact on Saudi Arabia’s regional politics, and readily lends itself to a proxy-war battlefield for rivaling Saudi Arabia and Iran. Furthermore, a Shia group’s advancement in Yemen would increase the perceived threat of Iranian influence moving into Saudi Arabia’s backyard.

    "The Saudis are just really deeply concerned about what they see as an Iranian stronghold in a failed state along their borders." US Ambassador to Yemen Matthew Tueller said to Reuters.

    Hadi asked the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday authorize "willing countries that wish to help Yemen provide immediate support for the legitimate authority by all means and measures to protect Yemen and deter Houthi aggression."

    Hadi’s Foreign Minister, Riad Yassin, also enlisted the help of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states. Speaking to Al Jazeera, he said that "arrangements are taking place", but provided no additional details.

    Saudi Foreign Minister, Saud Al-Faisal criticized the "aggression" of Houthi rebels and their allies, confirming that Gulf states will take "necessary measures" to counter it. He added, "We are prepared to accept all of President Hadi’s requests for the sake of the Yemeni people and their stability."

    The Arab League, set to meet in Sharm El-Sheikh in Egypt on Thursday, will discuss the crisis in Yemen and Hadi’s request for intervention.

    While the prospect of military intervention remains murky, Saudi Arabia’s mobilization of weapons to the border and consultations with other GCC states seem to indicate a readiness on the part of Sunni monarchies to combat Shia influence in the region.

    The most recent Saudi intervention was in March 2011 when, along with the United Arab Emirates, the country deployed troops in Bahrain to crack down on local Shia-led protesters. The Sunni Bahraini royal family requested the intervention, invoking a joint security clause in the GCC agreement, and citing concerns about Iranian involvement in the protests.

    The Houthis have denied taking financial or material support from Iran, while US officials have noted that any Iranian involvement in Yemen is likely limited to funding as the Shia regional power is more heavily invested in Syria and Iraq conflicts.

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:53 pm

    BREAKING: Officials tell AP that Yemen's president has left the country by sea, on a boat from Aden.

    — The Associated Press (@AP) March 25, 2015
    https://twitter.com/AP/status/580762788991238144

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    Post  George1 on Wed Mar 25, 2015 8:54 pm

    Suppose S.Arabia interferes, what Iran will do?

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    Post  medo on Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:19 pm

    George1 wrote:Suppose S.Arabia interferes, what Iran will do?

    Few years ago Saudis were beaten by Houtis.

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    Post  Vann7 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:28 am

    New Report shows.. How US lovely TR1's " freedom "Government keep supplying with weapons
    all the terrorist groups in the middle east they say are "fighting"..  Ops.. we lost another shipment to Alqaeda.

    NOT AGAIN: American Weapons ‘Fall into the Wrong Hands’, This Time In Yemen

    http://21stcenturywire.com/2015/03/23/not-again-american-weapons-fall-into-the-wrong-hands-this-time-in-yemen/

    Americans "lost"

    1,250,000 rounds of ammunition
    • 200 Glock 9 mm pistols
    • 200 M-4 rifles
    • 4 Huey II helicopters
    • 2 Cessna 208 transport and surveillance aircraft
    • 2 coastal patrol boats
    • 1 CN-235 transport and surveillance aircraft
    • 4 hand-launched Raven drones
    • 160 Humvees
    • 250 suits of body armor
    • 300 sets of night-vision goggles

    from an overrun military base and just guess what? The most powerful army in the world,
    could not counter a band of jihadist over running a base ,US Airforce could not bomb the place to avoid the terrorist taking all that. Rolling Eyes they just simply let it go.... lets move to "liberate" another nation. Rolling Eyes

    In Syria they report are shooting down ISIS commercial drones.. but zero mention of how they get in the desert the delivery of drones ,and why no bombing of the operators of the drones?
    or How ISIS make millions selling Oil in trucks without Turkey not noticing thousands of trucks selling the illegal oil..  Or How Russia government claims ISrael is buying all the oil that comes from ISIS..with the help of Saudis.. and why US does not sanctions the nations cooperating with ISIS.?  

    What happens in middle east is a 100% fraud the war on terrorism.. what we witness is an American-zionist proxy war in the entire middle east , to destroy any factions that is friendly to IRAN , Russia , using radical sunni extremist . and with the European Union turning a blind eye of US support for international terrorism.


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    Post  TR1 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:33 am

    What did I say Vann?

    Don't use my name in your retarded tirades.

    Also, do I need to count the number of Russian weapons used by terrorists all across the Middle East, rofl?

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    Post  Vann7 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 12:50 am

    TR1 wrote:What did I say Vann?

    Don't use my name in your retarded tirades.

    Also, do I need to count the number of Russian weapons used by terrorists all across the Middle East, rofl?

    Because you support US war on Syria ,  thats report will reveal you the fraud it is ,the "civil war"
    in Syria and IRAQ..and how it is all provoked by US and its allies..  and Terrorist across the world use Russian weapons.. true..  But the Russian government is NOT SELLING weapons to Alqaeda or ISIS or any jihadist group.. the  US government is not only selling weapons to terrorist groups but giving their weapons for free.  

    take a look at how US top ranked Republican politician ,having a fun time with ISIS..



    and he himself have told in public he speak with ISIS and other terrorist groups all the time.

    TR1.. listen carefully what MCAIN says..here.. how he knows ISIS. and contact with them.
    and defending them..   Shocked



    now if you think that was not enough eye opening for you.. lets see what happens when MCain talk too much.. he told "Everyone on the national security (advisors of Obama) team recommended arming ISIS "



    Thats the main and huge difference dude.. wake up from fantasy land.. USA is not a freedom nation but a totalitarian fascist state . that have no respect for humanity or anything. They only support one thing. Their Big Exeptional Egos and becoming a world empire.. and their Gay Rights are simply a policy that is convenient to promote ,not because they care about gays ,but to make Europe more incompatible with RUssia. Simply US wants to Isolate Russia from the world..why they overthrow and provoke revolutions in any country that is friendly to Russia..
    Just like they armed Alqaeda Bin LAden to fight the soviets.. now they arm ISIS to fight nations friendly to Russia. Russia does not give tanks and planes to ISIS or any terrorist group.. but look at the brand new tanks that ISIS have.. from Americans. and planes and helicopters. and drones too they have.. and modern anti tank weapons.. Today so called Syrian jihadist rebels heavier weapons are mostly American. and is not by "mistake" they get the weapons.. but given to them to remove (Syria) a Russian ally from the world map.



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    Post  TR1 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:04 am

    I don't support any intervention in Syria, so once again, stop pulling things out of your ass.

    Btw the full transcript from your moronic video:
    http://nation.foxnews.com/2014/09/16/mccain-challenges-rand-paul-arming-syrian-rebels-has-he-ever-been-there

    OH MY GOD WHAT A HUGE REVEAL THE MCAIN ISIS CONNECTION IS UNVEILED.

    Like I said, i don't care what you choose to blabber about, but leave my name out of your posts, as I don't want to be associated with the content of your posting.

    BTW I would ask for photos of helicopters and planes and tanks that America gave to ISIS, but I know your response will be asinine so I will just ignore that tidbit.

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    Post  Vann7 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:14 am

    TR1 wrote:I don't support any intervention in Syria, so once again, stop pulling things out of your ass.

    Btw the full transcript from your moronic video:
    http://nation.foxnews.com/2014/09/16/mccain-challenges-rand-paul-arming-syrian-rebels-has-he-ever-been-there

    OH MY GOD WHAT A HUGE REVEAL THE MCAIN ISIS CONNECTION IS UNVEILED.

    Like I said, i don't care what you choose to blabber about, but leave my name out of your posts, as I don't want to be associated with the content of your posting.

    BTW I would ask for photos of helicopters and planes and tanks that America gave to ISIS, but I know your response will be asinine so I will just ignore that tidbit.


    sure..

    Pentagon 'loses track' of U.S. weapons in Yemen: Report

    http://news.yahoo.com/pentagon-loses-500-million-weapons-yemen-141526040.html?soc_src=mail&soc_trk=ma


    “We have to assume it’s completely compromised and gone,” an unnamed legislative aide on Capitol Hill told The Washington Post.

    According to the newspaper, this is what is presumed missing:

    • 1,250,000 rounds of ammunition
    • 200 Glock 9 mm pistols
    • 200 M-4 rifles
    • 4 Huey II helicopters
    • 2 Cessna 208 transport and surveillance aircraft
    • 2 coastal patrol boats
    • 1 CN-235 transport and surveillance aircraft
    • 4 hand-launched Raven drones
    • 160 Humvees
    • 250 suits of body armor
    • 300 sets of night-vision goggles

    Imagine that TR1.. how can the US "lose a military base" and so many weapons.. and could not stop with its airforce the rebels to take those weapons?  Rolling Eyes   wait didn't this is the second or it is the third time? US "lose" tons of weapons to Terrorist?    

    read this carefully TR1.


    “Coalition’ air forces are routinely dropping supplies to ISIS fighters in Syria. It’s becoming a regular occurrence, appearing in the media on multiple occasions reported here, here and here. The mainstream will constantly steer its captive audiences away from the obvious – that one of the reasons that ISIS is so formidable is that they are being steadily supplied with US military-grade war materials.”

    here more Americans weapons that by "mistake" falls in the hands of ISIS.. Opps..

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/10/21/isis-video-america-s-air-dropped-weapons-now-in-our-hands.html

    and here.. another "mistake." Opps.. again?

    http://www.infowars.com/u-s-airdrops-weapons-to-isis-as-iraqi-army-makes-gains/

    and more Ops.. here.. this source is iraqui politicians..

    http://www.iraqinews.com/iraq-war/american-aircraft-airdropped-weapons-to-isis-says-mp/


    Oh wait americans also by mistake bombed Iraqui soldiers fighting ISIS.. killed hundreds of them.. opps..   Anyone will see that the americans are mocking the entire world..with an illegal blatant war against sovereign nations by supporting terrorism.. and their own highest politicians do not deny they talk to ISIS and consider good idea arming ISIS..  read the full report of how Americans give weapons to terrorist groups for geopolitical gains.. to destroy nations not aligning with their world agendas.

    http://21stcenturywire.com/2015/03/23/not-again-american-weapons-fall-into-the-wrong-hands-this-time-in-yemen/

    is not blind terrorism..what happens in middle east.. but american imperialism in action ,the cause of the violence and unrest in the middle east.. a repeat of what they did in Latin America decades ago,arming any criminal opposing friendly governments to the soviets union. They just recruit Islamic extremist to destroy nations not aligned with US Global goals. reason why TUrkey ,Israel ,Jordan ,Saudi Arabia ,kuwait ,Emirates Arabs ,Bahrain in decades have never been invaded by any terrorist groups.. because those are strategic allies of the west with NATO military bases.. but only by "coincidence".. the nations invaded by terrorist in middle east are always the nations who are closer to Russia and IRAN and seeks their Independence and nation sovereignty.


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    Post  olibeira on Thu Mar 26, 2015 1:17 am

    How's Yemen's air defence system?

    They're saying SADF is bombing them.

    I hope their Mig-29 SMT shoot down the invaders.

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    Post  Vann7 on Thu Mar 26, 2015 4:34 am



    Saud Arabia launch a major offensive against Yemen..
    to combat houthi Rebels that took control.. of it..

    http://rt.com/news/244117-saudi-arabia-bombs-yemen-houthis/

    NOw is the time for Russia ,IRAN And CHINA to arm the rebels in Yemen..

    and start sending "Freedom fighters" reinforcement from all over the world..

    To destroy Saudi Arabia and install a democracy and kick american and british military bases from all middle east. Cool

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu Mar 26, 2015 5:31 am

    Saudi warplanes bomb Houthi positions in Yemen


    Warplanes of the Royal Saudi Air Force bombed the positions of Yemen’s Houthi militia and destroyed most of their air defenses, Al Arabiya News Channel reported early on Thursday.

    Arab Gulf states had announced that they have decided to “repel Houthi aggression” in neighboring Yemen, following a request from the country’s President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi.

    In their joint statement Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar and Kuwait said they "decided to repel Houthi militias, al-Qaeda and ISIS [Islamic State of Iraq and Syria] in the country.”

    The Gulf states warned that the Houthi coup in Yemen represented a “major threat” to the region’s stability.

    It also accused the Iranian-backed militia of conducting military drills on the border of Saudi Arabia, a leading member of the GCC, with “heavy weapons.”

    In an apparent reference to Iran, the statement said the “Houthi militia is backed by regional powers in order for it be their base of influence.”

    The Gulf states said they had monitored the situation and the Houthi coup in Yemen with “great pain” and accused the Shiite militia of failing to respond to warnings from the United Nations Security Council as well as the GCC.

    The statement stressed that the Arab states had sought over the previous period to restore stability in Yemen, noting the last initiative to host peace talks under the auspices of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

    In a letter sent the U.N. Security Council and seen by Al Arabiya News, Hadi requested “immediate support for the legitimate authority with all means and necessary measures to protect Yemen and repel the aggression of the Houthi militia that is expected at any time on the city of Aden and the province of Taiz, Marib, al-Jouf [and] an-Baidah."

    In his letter Hadi said such support was also needed to control “the missile capability that was looted” by the Houthi militias.

    Hadi also told the Council that he had requested from the Arab Gulf states and the Arab League “immediate support with all means and necessary measures, including the military intervention to protect Yemen and its people from the ongoing Houthi aggression.”


    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/New...el-Houthi-aggression-in-Yemen-statement-.html

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu Mar 26, 2015 5:43 am

    In coordination with armed forces loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh, Houthi militants took control of Lahj governorate and captured a number of key opponents on Wednesday morning.

    The group captured Brigadier Mahmoud Al-Subaihi, the former minister of defense who was leading troops loyal to Hadi in the south, and Faisal Rajab, commander of the pro-Hadi 119th Armored Brigade in Lahj’s capital Al-Hawta.

    The captures happened at 11 a.m. as the Houthis and their allies were combing Al-Hawta city, which they took control of shortly after the fall of Al-Anad Airbase that morning, said Naji Al-Arashi, chief-of-staff of the 201st Armored Brigade stationed in Al-Anad.

    “By cooperating with the Houthis we have taken control over Al-Hawta city, Al-Anad base, and remaining districts in the governorate,” he said, adding that the Houthis, aided by the army, intend to take over the remaining southern governorates as well.

    Al-Subaihi was leading the counter-offensive against the Houthis in Lahj governorate. Following the Cabinet’s resignation on Jan. 22, the Houthis appointed Al-Subaihi as acting minister of defense on Feb. 6. However, he fled Sana’a for Lahj on March 8, and headed towards Aden where he became President Hadi’s de facto minister of defense.

    A senior source within the brigade, speaking to the Yemen Times on condition of anonymity, said Special Security Forces (SSF) and other units arrived on the outskirts of Al-Anad base in the middle of the night before advancing without resistance later in the morning.

    According to Colonel Ali Qasim Muthana, deputy commander of Al-Anad airbase, “We contacted air force leadership in Sana’a and there was mediation between us and the Houthis, we agreed to hand over the entire base on condition that no one gets harmed.”

    “I allowed them to enter and deploy their men, and indeed that happened without any confrontation. If we had resisted, our soldiers and citizens would have been the victims,” he said.

    Forces from the 33rd Armored Brigade took control of the cities of Al-Habilain and Al-Malah and were joined by reinforcements, according to a source from the Operations Department for the two cities, which border Al-Dhale governorate to the north. According to Houthi Political Office member Mohammad Al-Bukhaiti, all of Lahj governorate is under the Houthis’ control. He confirmed that Al-Subaihi and Rajab are in Houthi custody.

    The Houthis announced a YR20 million ($93,000) award for the capture of Hadi on the official state TV channel Al-Yemen, whose whereabouts remain unknown as of Wednesday evening.

    Responding to claims that Hadi had fled the country, the head of national security, Major-General Ali Al-Ahmadi, claimed to Reuters Wednesday afternoon that he was with Hadi in the Presidential Palace. The Yemen Times was unable to verify the authenticity of this claim.

    http://www.yementimes.com/en/1871/news/4999/Al-Subaihi-captured-and-Lahj-falls-as-Houthis-move-on-Aden.htm

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    Post  ShahryarHedayatiSHBA on Thu Mar 26, 2015 6:17 am




    4 Mig-29s shot down by the RSAF according to Al-Hadath on TV.









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    I hope their Mig-29 SMT shoot down the invaders.


    Mig-29 is Flying Brick and worth nothing.
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