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Massacre In Yemen, 142 Killed

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Saudi Arabia and Qatar target-- civilians in Yemen's massacre carried out by their puppets Alqaida/ISIS & Al-Islah party. Lets see if any Sunni country, scholar or group condemn this!?!


Triple bombings claim 142 lives at mosques in Yemen’s capital

At least 142 people have been killed and nearly 351 wounded after three bomb attacks hit mosques crowded with worshippers in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a, in quick succession.


Witnesses said two bombers carried out an attack inside the Badr mosque in southern Sana’a during midday prayers on Friday.

One walked inside the mosque and detonated his explosive device, causing panic and making dozens of worshippers rush toward the outside gates. A second bomber then attacked at the gate as panicked worshippers tried to flee.

Yemeni emergency personnel and Houthi fighters carry a body on a stretcher following a bomb explosion at the Badr mosque in southern Sana’a, March 20, 2015. © AFP


A third bomber targeted- al-Hashoosh mosque in northern Sana’a. One witness at the mosque said the force of the explosion threw him a couple of meters away.


“The heads, legs and arms of the dead people were scattered on the floor of the mosque,” Mohammed al-Ansi said, adding, “Blood is running like a river.”


Ansi noted that many of those who did not die in the blast were critically wounded by shattered glass falling from the windows.

There has been no immediate claim of responsibility for the bombings, but the acts of terror bear the hallmarks of those carried out by the al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), which is based in Yemen.


The attacks come a day after intense gun battles between supporters and opponents of fugitive President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi in the southern port city of Aden left more than a dozen people dead and forced closure of the city’s international airport. PressTv


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The closer we get to a successful agreement between Iran and the West you can expect more actions like this to occur.


Saudi simply can not tolerate Iran losing its economic sanctions. Expect much more than this to take place soon. Its already happened in Yemen so its not long before Pakistan and Bahrain have them too.

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May Allah Swt grant the victims His Jannah.  I don't know if this is directly related to the topic at hand (apologies to the mods if I goofed), but I feel like this lecture backs up the argument about the house of Saud...


I can never figure out how to post the clickable video link here, but it is Dr. Sayed Ammar Nakshawani in usual awesome form.



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Innaa lillahi Wa Innaa Ilayhi Raaji'oon.

"Indeed to Allah we belong, and to Him we return." 2:156.


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Jahangiram, these barbaric acts have nothing to do with proxy wars.. you make it sound like there are multiple sides who take the lives of innocent Muslims via the proxy wars.


It is only and only one group who rely on these acts and even worse for political gains. That is the backward Salafis or Wahabism or Takfirism or whatever you call it or label it. Or to be more specific they are the illegitimate children of Saudi Arabia who now also have 2nd and 3rd fathers, such as Qatar and Turkey.

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