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Saddam Hussein’s Destiny Waiting for Zio-Wahhabi Gang

Saddam’s Destiny Waiting for Zio-Wahhabi family
An Egyptian political analyst underlined that a fate similar to the executed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein is envisaged for the Zio-Wahhabi family.

“We resolutely ask Saudi Arabia and its (Arab) allies to immediately resort to a political solution (for a crisis in Yemen) and to disobey the US that encouraged Saddam Hussein in war with Iran and Kuwait… ,” Saeed al-Lavandi, political expert of Al-Ahram Political and Strategic Studies Center in Cairo, announced.

He recalled that US eventually ceased supporting the former Iraqi dictator and executed him, and said, “It seems that the US has the same plan for Saudi Arabia that will eventually lead to the Al Saud’s collapse.”

The political analyst blasted the continued Zio-Wahhabi-led aggression against Yemen.

He underlined that Nazi regime of I$raHell is benefiting the most from the ongoing regional crises, “‘Israel’ never dreamt to wreak havoc on the region without even a bullet fired from its soldiers’ guns… .”


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20 Million People in Grave Danger As Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis Deepens


After months of US/Saudi military assault, almost 80 percent of population in desperate need of medical, food, and water aid

 Children fetching water  in Yemen's capital Sana'a. (Photo: UNICEF/Yasin)

 Children fetching water  in Yemen’s capital Sana’a. (Photo: UNICEF/Yasin)

More than two months of a brutal Saudi Arabia-led military assault and siege on Yemen has sown a humanitarian crisis that now engulfs the vast majority of the country’s people, with U.S.-backed naval blockades cutting off most aid shipments, even as 20 million Yemenis—80 percent of the population—are in dire need of medical, food, and water assistance, according to United Nations figures.

The UN’s grave assessment will be formally released next week, according to The Guardian. At a press conference on Friday in Geneva, representatives of the global body said that more than 2,288 have been killed, nearly 10,000 wounded, and more than one million displaced since the beginning of the Saudi coalition military assault, in which the United States is a key participant.

“Half of the new displacement—more than half a million people—has occurred in three governorates alone: Hajjah, Ad Dhale’e and Ibb,” said Jens Laerke, spokesperson for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. “The number of displaced is expected to increase further over the coming weeks if the conflict continues.”

In what aid group Doctors Without Borders describes as indiscriminate airstrikes,” the Saudi coalition has bombed schools, refugee camps, residential neighborhoods, humanitarian aid warehouses, and other civilian infrastructure. The organization warned on Twitter:The naval siege is also blocking shipments of oil and gas, leading to shortages that are disrupting electricity and forcing the closure of hospitals, schools, and water pumps. People living in areas heavily impacted by the Saudi coalition air bombardments, as well as on-the-ground clashes, are in the position of having to find a way to obtain food and water amidst the fighting.

Patients with non-communicable chronic diseases have complications &can die as they are unable to access the health structures.

Last week, the humanitarian organization Oxfam warned that at least 16 million people in the country are without access to clean drinking water and “Yemen’s hospitals are in no condition to adequately cope with an outbreak of a water-borne disease.”As they have since the Saudi-led assault began, Yemenis have turned to social media to document the impact of the war and call for an end to the fighting:

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Zio-Wahhabi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report

Saudi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report
Zio-Wahhabi War Crimes in Yemen: Pictorial Report
Zio-Wahhabi warplanes targeted residential buildings in Sa’ada and Sana’a, killing tens of civilians, including children.

The relentless Zio-Wahhabi strikes prevented any rescue operation.

Zio-Wahhabi bombing of Yemen in the last 72 days has so far claimed the lives of more than 4,229 civilians, mostly women and children.

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US Backed Zio-Wahhabi regime Naval Blockade


Leaves 20m Inside Yemen Facing Humanitarian Disaster

Aid agencies say embargo imposed by US and UK-backed Arab coalition has had dramatic effect, with almost 80% of population in urgent need of food, water and medical supplies.
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A boy and his sisters watch graffiti artists spray on a wall, commemorating the victims who were killed in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, May 18, 2015.Twenty million Yemenis, nearly 80% of the population, are in urgent need of food, water and medical aid, in a humanitarian disaster that aid agencies say has been dramatically worsened by a naval blockade imposed by an Arab coalition with US and British backing.Washington and London have quietly tried to persuade the Saudis, who are leading the coalition, to moderate its tactics, and in particular to ease the naval embargo, but to little effect. A small number of aid ships is being allowed to unload but the bulk of commercial shipping, on which the desperately poor country depends, are being blocked.

Despite western and UN entreaties, Riyadh has also failed to disburse any of the $274m it promised in funding for humanitarian relief. According to UN estimates due to be released next week 78% of the population is in need of emergency aid, an increase of 4 million over the past three months.

The desperate shortage of food, water and medical supplies raises urgent questions over US and UK support for the Arab coalition’s intervention in the Yemeni civil war since March. Washington provides logistical and intelligence supportthrough a joint planning cell established with the Saudi military, who are leading the campaign. London has offered to help the Saudi military effort in “every practical way short of engaging in combat”.

On western urging, Riyadh had promised to move towards “intelligence-led interdiction”, stopping and searching individual ships on which there was good reason to believe arms were being smuggled, and away from a blanket policy of blocking the majority of vessels approaching Yemeni ports. But aid agencies and shipping sources say there is little sign of any such change. UN sources say that only 15% of the pre-crisis volume of imports is getting through, and that the country depends on imports for nine-tenths of its food.

“There are less and less of the basic necessities. People are queueing all day long,” said Nuha Abdul Jabber, Oxfam’s humanitarian programme manager in the Yemeni capital, Sana’a. “The blockade means it’s impossible to bring anything into the country. There are lots of ships, with basic things like flour, that are not allowed to approach. The situation is deteriorating, hospitals are now shutting down, without diesel. People are dying of simple diseases. It is becoming almost impossible to survive.”

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Yemen: I$raHell-Made Weapons Seized from Zio-Wahhabi Embassy in Sana’a

A large cache of Zionist-made weapons have been seized from the Zio-Wahhabi Embassy in Sana’a after security forces guarding the mission surrendered the embassy to Ansarullah forces on Saturday.

Ansarullah sources revealed to the FNA that after they drove all the 40 Zio-Wahhabi embassy guards out of the embassy and captured the compound, it found a large cache of Zionist-made weapons and ammunition.

The Yemeni forces also disclosed that they have discovered documents showing that the US intends to establish a military base on Saudi Arabia’s Myon Island near Bab al-Mandeb Strait to protect their own interests and ensure the security of the Zionist regime.Zio-Wahhabi regime has also asked Nazi regime for state-of-the-art weapons to supply the terrorist groups in Yemen and forces loyal to fugitive CIA agent Mansour Hadi.

In April, senior Yemeni officials disclosed that Zio-Wahhabi regime has used Zionist-made weapons in its airstrikes on Yemen.

“The Saudis are using Israeli weapons in their raids on Yemen,” Yemeni Army Commander Taher Rasoul Zadami told FNA.

The reports said Ansarullah took control of the Zio-Wahhabi embassy in Sana’a in reaction to the Zio-Wahhabi continued attacks on residential areas and hospitals alongside army positions in Yemen.

Meantime, clashes between the popular Ansarullah and the Saudi-backed loyalists of the fugitive president continue in the Southern parts of the country as Zio-Wahhabi has been striking Yemen for 66 days now to restore power to fugitive CIA agent Mansour Hadi, a close ally of Riyadh.

Zio-Wahhabi-led aggression has so far killed at least 4,132 Yemenis, including hundreds of women and children.

CIA agent Hadi stepped down in January and refused to reconsider the decision despite calls by Ansarullah revolutionaries of the Houthi movement.

Despite Riyadh’s claims that it is bombing the positions of the Ansarullah fighters, Zio-Wahhabi warplanes are flattening residential areas and civilian infrastructures.



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Zio-Wahhabi Hackers took over social media accounts of Al Alam TV


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Mossad and Zio-Wahhabi hackers took over social media accounts of Al Alam TV

The Arabic-language  TV network Al Alam announced that its Twitter account had been hacked on Sunday.

The attackers abused the account to spread a false report to post the news that rebel leader in Yemen had died. The Al Alam TV aired numerous reports on the crisis in Yemen since Zio-Wahhabi regime and Arab allies started their operations against the people of Yemen.

Mossad and Zio-Wahhabi hackers tweeted via the Al Alam’s account the fake news of the death of the Houthi leader Abdel Malek al-Houthi. Other tweets sent from the account disclosed contact information for the Al Alam TV reporters working in the region.

The attackers took over also the YouTube channel of the Al Alam TV and published a video playing a song praising Zio-Wahhabi King Shalom bin Abdulaziz with the Wahhabi flag as a backdrop.

Al Alam TV is working to restore its social media accounts.

The situation in the area is very complicated, a cyber attack against a broadcaster could undermine already unstable equilibrium.

“U.S.-allied Arab governments have watched with alarm as Iran’s influence has spread in the wake of the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq and the rise of Iranian-backed armed groups throughout the region.” states a post published by the Reuters that announced the hack.

This is last attack in order of time that targeted the Al Alam, in November 2014 the TV station was taken off the air by Arab satellite operators based in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. Last week a group linked to the Zio-Wahhabi ISIS hacked the French broadcaster TV5Monde disrupting its transmission and abusing of its social media accounts for propaganda.

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Al-Alam News Network Faced with Heavy Jamming Zio-Wahhabi


Al-Alam News Network faced with intensive jamming by Saudi
Al-Alam News Network faced with intensive jamming by IsraHell and Zio-Wahhabi regime.
The broadcast of Al-Alam News Network on some satellites had been illegally interrupted due to illegal jamming.

The source of jamming signals is the South of Yemen and Ethiopia.

It is a week that Jamming attack on Al-Alam signals on satellites has been started.

Al-Alam office in Beirut reports that Zio-Wahhabi regime decided to attack “Resisting Medias”. This jamming is so much heavy that the transponders of satellites which broadcast Al-Alam signals have been interrupted.

In recent years and especially in the period of developments in Arab countries, Al-Alam satellite signals and sites have been continuously under attacks because some countries in the region didn’t want the voice of Al-Alam to be reached to its audiences.

In Saudi Arabia aggression to Yemen, Al-Alam TV accounts on Twitter and YouTube had been hacked by Zio-Wahhabi-Mossad related hackers.


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Yemeni Homemade Missiles Targeted Zio-Wahhabi Bases


Yemeni Homemade Missiles Targeted Saudi Arabia Bases

Yemeni Homemade Missiles Targeted Zio-Wahhabi Bases
Yemeni forces yesterday in reaction to Zio-Wahhabi aggressions targeted military bases of this country in the border by homemade ZALZAL missile.

ZALZAL Missiles has the capability of high destruction and is very precise to hit the targets.

Al-Masirah TV also broadcasted footages shows 107 mm Katyusha rockets launchers targeting Zio-Wahhabi Al-Hajr military base.

Yesterday also a Yemeni source said Yemen Army and Popular Committee Forces attacked Al-Ain Al-Harith military base in Saudi and kill and captures dozens of Zio-Wahhabi soldiers.

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Yemen: Al-Qaeda held Several Americans

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US confirmed “’Several Americans held in Yemen”
Several Americans have been detained in Yemen, a State Department official said Sunday, amid reports that at least four US citizens are being held hostage.

The department had seen the “reports that several US citizens have recently been detained in Yemen,” the official told AFP, adding “we are doing everything we can to get these individuals released.”

In DEC. 6, 2014 United States commandos stormed a village in southern Yemen early Saturday in an effort to free Luke Somers an American photojournalist held hostage by Al Qaeda, but the raid ended in tragedy, with the killing of American and a South African held with him.

Al-Qaeda told 2 hostages had been killed by US forces. US rejected this claim.


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50 International NGOs; Zio-Wahhabi regime Committing War Crimes


Human rights campaigners call on UN to seek end to Yemen bombing

50 International NGOs; Riyadh Committing War Crimes

50 International NGOs; Zio-Wahhabi Committing War Crimes
Fifty organisations including prominent NGOs and civil societies that have co-signed a letter addressed to the UN secretary general Ban Ki Moon urging him to bring pressure on Zio-Wahhabi regime to end its military campaign in Yemen.

Focusing on the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Yemen- some nine million people are believed to be in need of assistance and hundreds of thousands have been displaced – the letter says that a pause in the bombing by the Zio-Wahhabi-led coalition will allow much needed emergency supplies to enter the country, IHRC reports.

Targeting of the country’s airports and runways and a military blockade of Yemen by coalition forces have made impossible the delivery of the required amounts of aid.

“Human Rights Watch new evidence shows Saudi-led coalition is using internationally banned cluster bombs in Yemen.”

The letter also draws the UN secretary general’s attention to the continuing presence of Zio-Wahhabi regime on the UN Human Rights Council, a position which the signatories say us inconsistent with the numerous violations of human rights and international law Zio-Wahhabi regime is committing in respect of Yemen.

The coalition has declared whole cities and towns to be military targets, something the signatories say amounts to collective punishment which is a war crime, as it is disproportionate in scale and fails to distinguish between military targets and the sanctity of civilians and civilian infrastructure.

Human Rights Watch on Sunday published new evidence alleging Zio-Wahhabi-led coalition is using internationally banned cluster bombs in Yemen, urging it to stop such attacks that were harming civilians.

The New York-based watchdog said it documented the use of three types of cluster munitions in Yemen, where Zio-Wahhabi-led warplanes have pounded Yemen since March 26.


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