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U.S. Pressed Saudis To End Yemen Airstrikes
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Date : 23/04/2015                      Reader : 91

H.D.A : THE AMERICANS STAND BEHIND OVERTURN OF DEMOCRATIC REGIME IN YEMEN AS THEY DID IN EYGPT!!COWBOYS AND RED INDIANS SEEK DESTABILITY OF MIDDLE EAST AND FULL DESTRUCTION THROUGH INDUSTRALIZED TERRORISM THROUGH SISI,QAEDA,NUSRA,YOUTH MOVEMENT IN SOMALIA,AND OTHER INDESENT WAYS!!HOUTHI AND SALEH HAVE BEEN SUPPORTED BY US,EU TO TAKE POWER BY FORCE TO FAIL GULF INITIATIVE,NATIONAL DIALOGUE OUTCOME,NEW CONSTITUTION,AND ABOVE TOO TO FAIL YEMEN REVOLUTION!!!THE SAME SENARIO OF EGYPT,SYRIA,LIBYA,BEING STRATEGY OF US TO FACE ARAB SPRING REVOLUTION!!US IMPOSED HOUTHI AND SALEH IN AND UAE!!FORTUNATELY SAUDIS GOT THE MASSAGE AND ACTED QUICKLY WITH ISLAMIC SUNNI ALLIANCE TO HOLD IRAN INVASION OF YEMEN!!

 

freerepublic               23-4-2015

 

U.S. Pressed Saudis To End Yemen Airstrikes

 

Senior U.S. officials pressed Saudi leaders for fear of making matters worse

Senior U.S. officials pressed Saudi leaders in a series of messages to quickly wrap up their air campaign in Yemen for fear of making matters worse, people familiar with the matter said, before Riyadh declared Tuesday it was ending the offensive.

Yet on Wednesday, Saudi airstrikes resumed in several parts of the country after Iranian-linked Houthi militants took over a military brigade in the southern city of Taiz, provincial security officials said. There was no sign of peace talks, though the Saudis had said they were shifting to a mostly political phase of their effort to respond to the chaos in the impoverished Arab country on its southern border.

Saudi Ambassador to the U.S. Adel al-Jubeir said his country would continue to use force in response to Houthi aggression.

“When the Houthis or their allies make aggressive moves, there will be a response,” he said. “The decision to calm matters now rests entirely with them.”

 


 
 
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