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Saudi Arabia Invades Yemen Again

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I wish they bomb that ugly Big Ben seven star monstrosity next to the Kaaba .. Among others.

Anyhow truth comes out itself mashaAllah ! Change ur id name hate seeker would be better !

 

hate of ignorance seeker .. or hate of sufiani seeker perhaps would be better :P

 

it all goes hand-in-hand with peace :) hehe

or even better: destruction of sufiani seeker ..

any more ideas? but i think it's better stick to "peace" because it sums it all up :P

Reason is that as much as there is hate, there is also love for truth, love for justice, love for ahlulbayt etc .. So I won't change my name to a more limited one-sided one, but thanks anyway !

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hate of ignorance seeker <.. or hate of sufiani <=> yet peace seeker perhaps would be better :P.

If they attack that place near kabah will it not effect our holy place ! And even on that imam mahdi will destroy kabah oneday any how ! Wow what a logic brother %-)

 

it all goes hand-in-hand with peace :) hehe

or even better: destruction of sufiani seeker ..

any more ideas? but i think it's better stick to "peace" because it sums it all up :P

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^These terrorist goons must be really brave! They live in a city that is controlled by Houthis, bombed by Saudis where 100s of civilians and Houthis killed, including 3 of their commanders......and... they support Saudi bombardments publically?

 

Thank God Houthis are not as brutal as Sunni groups, else they would or should burn them alive alongside their members and supporters.

 

Anyhow, many news outlets are reporting that Houthis are very close to liberate Aden and take charge in the city and the port within hours. That is a great news and will be a game changer. If Saudis keep bombing Aden and they target civilians, then the entire South will be provoked against them, if they don't bomb, then they need to face the reality...since Houthi/government forces, tanks, military vehicles will be stationed on the streets and close to residential areas to control. The sellout tribes and militants in Yemen will know how it feels to support the bombings of the North that majority of the victims happened to be civilians, mainly women and children.

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One thing is clear all the Blabbers " We love Ahlul Bayt too " are naked.

 

When ISIS targeted Syrians Shrine, Prophets Shrines, also warned Karbala Shrines. All these so called " We Love Ahlul Bayt too " was quit and no body care, that indicates they all was supporting ISIS.

 

These statements " Mecca and Medina are in danger " is actually to make people divide into sects. These Ahle Shirk o Biddat (Wahabi) have no love for Islam, they are all Duniya Parast , just bcoz Britishers gave them a Land unfortunately that land is having Kaaba and Masjid e Nabuwi .. they are pretending like they are muslims so that they can earn money from Hajj and Umara. Other wise from long times they are trying to demolish Masjid e Nabuwi.

 

Do we have any statement to threat ISIS , from any Major sect Mufti/Leader/Scholar when ISIS warned to attack Karbala ?

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The Houthis are heroes for their steadfast resilience against the pro-ISIS led Saudi "coalition."
 

So far I haven't read of any Saudi victories, I have read that they massacred civilians in a refugee camp and were indiscriminately bombing civilian areas as well as blocking a Red Cross aid shipment- similiar atrocities were done by the "ISIS" against the Yazidis in Iraq.  I find it hardly surprising though, considering two ISIS members had blown up a Shia mosque a couple days before the Saudi invasion of Yemen- they do seem to work in tandem.

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Pakistani Government officials are famous for selling their own mothers for few dollars so dont expect anything good.

 

the whole parliament debate session is just a formality. sources have said that they have decided to send troops in Saudi Arabia. Few hundred troops are already there in the name of military exercises.

 

i was reading few military related posts from pro-military pages of pakistan and i was shocked to see that some posts were against sending troops. Lets see what the government decides.

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Saudi says it won't allow Iranian ships in Yemeni water, what a joke! What will you do then? Shoot them? You clearly cannot do that. Iran does not need any permission from Saudis when it enters- Yemeni water, it is up to Sanaa's government whether it allows Iran to enter- Yemeni water/land or not.

 

Iran Navy’s 34th fleet -sets sail- for Gulf of Aden

 

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The 34th fleet of the Iranian Navy has left for the Gulf of Aden and Bab al-Mandab Strait in line with the country’s policy of safeguarding naval routes- for vessels in the region-.

 

The flotilla, which comprises the Bushehr logistic vessel and Alborz destroyer, left Iran’s southern port city of Bandar Abbas on Wednesday, Navy commander- Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said on the sidelines of a ceremony to deploy the fleet.  

 

The commander- said that the 34th Fleet is sent on a mission “to provide [safety for] Iran’s shipping lines- and protect the Islamic Republic of Iran’s interests in the high seas.”

 

Sayyari said that the flotilla also seeks to ensure safety for the vessels against pirates. PressTv

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The saudis are scared to death of Iran. Saudi Arabia is not a regular country. It hasn't handled any problem by itself. One should look at Saudi Arabia as an imperial territory, governed by the Empire for the Empire. They're overreacting in Yemen I believe. They'll turn the whole nation against the Salafi Arab coalition which will result in an even stronger position for Iran.

 

This extreme fear of the saudis began when the US didn't invade Syria on their behalf.They were so sure they would do it they funded the salafi terrorists like there was no tomorrow, expecting americas full backing as usual. When they didn't do it, the fear set in. They fear a retaliation from Syria for their salafi mercenary warfare attacks & they also fear that the salafi terrorists will in the end declare Saudi Arabia an illegitimate Salafi Dictatorship.If this happens, the whole salafi population of Saudi Arabia may join in an internal rebellion & the shi'ites of the oil rich eastern regions will become fearful for living in an even deadlier salafi dictatorship than they already do & try to break away

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^Saudi did all the planning for Yemen, most ppl blame the US, but Saudi thinks that it can build up a "Sunni Triangle" and they already discussed about it in the media. In this triangle they want to bring non-Arab Sunni countries as well, such as Turkey, Pakistan, and etc..

 

Without any good strategy the Saudi government invited Turkish, Egyptian, Pakistani, Sudanese, Afghan, Malaysian, heads of states and Saudi king received them at the airport personally... he complained about Iran's danger to Sunni world with each and every single one of them.. the so called secretive meetings asked every single head of state not to bring a Shia official with them to the trip to Saudi.. it purposed of building a military alliance and defend (the so called) Sunnis interests. The Saudis initiated that they will target Yemen first, then Syria and then change the balance of Iraq/Lebanon in favor of Sunni Arabs.

 

After all they are not in a position to make any real difference in the region. They are not even honest with Sunnis. Turkey welcomes them and says it supports them, and really doesn't care much about them... they have huge disagreements over Ikhwan in Egypt, Qatar is another lap-dog who is lost and can't tell the difference between their good position vs bad position.. Pakistan just tries to suck Arab money as much as possible and ppl like Sharif wants to get some Ca$h under the table as much as possible. Similar ideas exist in Egypt about money and support from Gulf states for Sisi and his government. They want to buy everyone with money, but they can't and it will not work out.

 

At the end, Saudis and a few other Arab Sheikhdoms created more headache and problems for themselves. EVERYTHING backfired in Yemen... Saudis with their bombs just put most of Yemenis into the laps of Iran without even knowing it.

 

 

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"Iran needs to recognise that the US is not going to stand by while the region is destabilised or while people engage in overt warfare across lines, international boundaries and other countries,"said John Kerry yesterday.

The destabiliser of the region is against destabilisation of the region.

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^Sister, these are all cheap talks...

[Obama sent Salman love letter on Yemen, Kerry said Iran is a bad boy, America refueling planes, intelligence cooperation taking place, Pakistan is going to  Kungfu Yemenis, Turkey will BBQ Houthis, Iranian warships will be occupied by great super-power of Somalian Republic and Sudanese].... and what not......!

 

The US is trying to excite Saudis with all these moves to say 'ohh even after the deal with Iran we are still with you' and to push Saudis more deeper in Yemen mess because US lost the influence and now it wants chaos to replace it.... even the chaos that will end up backfiring and burning Gulf states but the US officials don't really care for them... And Saudis with all these cheap moves by other states and promises want to improve their own morals and scare Houthis and Abdullah Saleh.

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The Unprecedented remark of Islamic Revolution Leader against Saudis ,today.plus the tough tone against Saudis During his speech  ,He emphasized that Saudis will face a fiasco in Yemen.

 

Insha'Allah as soon as it was posted on news agencies ,it will be posted here .

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it's about time to take the gloves off .. that's my opinion

there is a hadith i read saying .. (along the lines of) "treat cruel people harshly .. so that you may take the rights of the oppressed from them" imam ali (i think?)

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Whatever saudis are doing is not corrent bcoz they are neo zionists, what israel did was very harsh bcoz they are zionists. But still abu zionist title goes to butcher al assad ! Sry if i hurted sentiments of anybody bcoz he is hero of majority over here !

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BREAKING NEWS-: Sunni Tribes are aiding the entry of Houthi & Saleh loyalists taking over the Southern Provinces,

Oil-rich Ataq city, provincial capital of Shabwa province liberated!

 

HOUTHI ADVANCE

 

Houthi fighters and troops loyal to Saleh entered- the provincial capital of the mainly Sunni Muslim Shabwa province in eastern Yemen on Thursday, residents said.

 

Local tribal chiefs and security officials aided the entry of the Houthi forces to Ataq, where they took control of local government buildings and security forces' compounds, according to residents.

 

It was the first time the Houthis, from the Zaidi branch of Shi'ite Islam, and forces loyal to Saleh had entered- the city, where the fiercely Sunni Muslim Awlaki tribe comes from.

 

The takeover brings them closer to Yemen's most prized- economic asset, the Belhaf gas facility and export terminal, on the Arabian Sea about 160 km (100 miles) to the southeast.

 

In another symbolic gain for the Houthis, a YouTube video surfaced on Thursday that appeared to confirm- the capture last month by the Houthi fighters of Hadi's brother Naser Mansour Hadi, a senior intelligence official in the south. swissinfo / Aljazeera

 

 

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Saudi says it won't allow Iranian ships in Yemeni water, what a joke! What will you do then? Shoot them? You clearly cannot do that. Iran does not need any permission from Saudis when it enters- Yemeni water, it is up to Sanaa's government whether it allows Iran to enter- Yemeni water/land or not.

 

Iran Navy’s 34th fleet -sets sail- for Gulf of Aden

 

384763_Iran-Jamaran-Destroyer.jpg

 

The 34th fleet of the Iranian Navy has left for the Gulf of Aden and Bab al-Mandab Strait in line with the country’s policy of safeguarding naval routes- for vessels in the region-.

 

The flotilla, which comprises the Bushehr logistic vessel and Alborz destroyer, left Iran’s southern port city of Bandar Abbas on Wednesday, Navy commander- Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said on the sidelines of a ceremony to deploy the fleet. 

 

Probably also a few submarines lurking underwater near those vessels. Of course they never mention submarine presence. Otherwise its just one destroyer escort which can't handle something real, but it can attract those "pirates", the Colonel Lawrence's Al-Saud pirates. :)

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^Saudi wanted to go in behind the shadows of Pakistani-Egyptian death bodies... Make them sacrifice in the toughest Arab country, and to regroup locals, the Tribes and Takfiris against Houthis/Saleh... and then take many of the provinces, kick out Houthis/Saleh to Sadaa.... install a puppet government...

It sounds good in a movie where King Salman wants to be the Iraqi-Abu-Ezrael!

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[Pakistan] Parliament passes resolution for neutrality in Yemen conflict

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April 10, 2015 - Updated 1235 PKT

From Web Edition

 

ISLAMABAD: Lawmakers from both houses of Parliament on Friday passed a unanimous resolution on the crisis in Yemen, urging Pakistan to stay neutral in the conflict.

 

The resolution, which was passed following five days of debate after a joint resolution started on Monday, states that Pakistan will not become a party in the Yemen crisis. However, Pakistan will come to Saudi Arabia’s defence if the country’s sovereignty or territorial integrity is threatened.

 

The resolution also urges Pakistan to play its diplomatic roles in resolving the crisis, while also calling for the country not to take sides and stay neutral in the conflict.

 

The resolution also calls for urging the United Nations Security Council and the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) to bring a ceasefire among warring factions in war-torn Yemen.

 

Key points of the resolution were agreed upon during a consultative meeting of all parliamentary parties called by National Assembly Speaker Ayaz Sadiq before the start of the session.

 

A draft of the resolution was read out by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar of the floor of the House before it was passed unanimously by all members. TheNews

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^Saudi did all the planning for Yemen, most ppl blame the US, but Saudi thinks that it can build up a "Sunni Triangle" and they already discussed about it in the media. In this triangle they want to bring non-Arab Sunni countries as well, such as Turkey, Pakistan, and etc..

 

Without any good strategy the Saudi government invited Turkish, Egyptian, Pakistani, Sudanese, Afghan, Malaysian, heads of states and Saudi king received them at the airport personally... he complained about Iran's danger to Sunni world with each and every single one of them.. the so called secretive meetings asked every single head of state not to bring a Shia official with them to the trip to Saudi.. it purposed of building a military alliance and defend (the so called) Sunnis interests. The Saudis initiated that they will target Yemen first, then Syria and then change the balance of Iraq/Lebanon in favor of Sunni Arabs.

 

After all they are not in a position to make any real difference in the region. They are not even honest with Sunnis. Turkey welcomes them and says it supports them, and really doesn't care much about them... they have huge disagreements over Ikhwan in Egypt, Qatar is another lap-dog who is lost and can't tell the difference between their good position vs bad position.. Pakistan just tries to suck Arab money as much as possible and ppl like Sharif wants to get some Ca$h under the table as much as possible. Similar ideas exist in Egypt about money and support from Gulf states for Sisi and his government. They want to buy everyone with money, but they can't and it will not work out.

 

At the end, Saudis and a few other Arab Sheikhdoms created more headache and problems for themselves. EVERYTHING backfired in Yemen... Saudis with their bombs just put most of Yemenis into the laps of Iran without even knowing it.

exactly! They have no strategy & they have no ideological goal or vision for the region other than everything just staying as it was during the 80's & they don't have the will to go the extra mile. Turkey have very strong ties to Iran as does Pakistan. These 2 countries are probably closer to Iran than to Saudi Arabia, at lest their populations are. Erdogan was in Tehran the other day & has made huge deals with Iran because Iran sits on one of the worlds largest gas reserves & the EU is the largest gas consumer in the world & Turkey has always had the ambition of being a bridge between east & west & want an iranian pipeline or other shipping facility to run through Turkey for Iranian gas to the european market which suddenly became a realistic project after the nuclear deal. It's possible that they might be able to install another puppet dictator in Yemen for a few years, especially if the american military joins in. But the Saudi's can't plan & execute a modern warfare strategy. They've proven as much when Kuwait was invaded by Saddam & they're proving it again with Yemen. It's not just "iranian agents" that are being "terrorists", it's basically the whole freaking military that is on the side of the Houthi's

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(salam)

 

A Yemenese woman on the radio this week said, that with all the feuds, tribes, clans, political parties, sectarian loyalties, alternative visions, al-Qaida, and so forth, anyone who says (paraphrase here) they understand what's going on and what the trends are,  is -in polite terms- "mistaken".

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Clashes leave 2 Saudi soldiers dead on Yemeni border

 

A fierce exchange of fire between Saudi forces and Yemeni popular committees backed by Houthi revolutionaries has left two Saudi border guards dead and two others injured on the kingdom’s border with Yemen. 

 

Informed sources, requesting anonymity, said the gunfight broke out between the two sides at Akameh region, located in Saudi Arabia’s southwestern province of Najran and near the border with Yemen, on Friday, Arabic-language news website msader-ye.net reported. 

The sources added that the clashes between Saudi soldiers and members of Yemen’s popular committees continued into the late hours of the night on Friday, with the two sides pounding each other’s positions with mortar shells and artillery rounds. 

http://presstv.ir/Detail/2015/04/11/405731/Two-Saudi-soldiers-slain-on-Yemen-border

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