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  • Jihadists slaughter of Christians continues - no response from Obama
    Jihadists slaughter of Christians continues - no response from Obama
    Many religious believers following the turmoil in the Middle East and Africa have witnessed overt hatred and killing of Christians with dismay while the White House remains relatively quiet.Earlier this year at the yearly National Prayer Breakfast...
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    A naval battle with Iran off Yemen could scuttle the nuclear arms deal
    As Hot Air noted on Monday, Iran and the United States may be headed for a naval battle off the shores of Yemen. That prospect added to the impending sale of Russian made S-300 surface to air missiles to protect the nuclear bomb program Iran...
  • WFP distributes food in Aden, Yemen
    Massive challenge to feed the hungry in war-torn Yemen
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said today it's feeding 105,000 displaced persons in the Yemeni city of Aden. But the UN is warning that the conflict between government forces, militants and tribal fighters is quickly escalating humanitarian...
  • Yemen needs food aid
    Yemen war: an update on the hunger emergency
    As the civil war in Yemen escalates, so too is a hunger crisis. The UN World Food Programme (WFP) estimates that 12 million Yemenis are now living in hunger. This is a 13 percent increase since last year.WFP is the lead agency fighting hunger in...
  • Saudis air strike in Yemen
    To understand Yemen, ask the New York Times
    Boots-on-the ground journalists and a heavyweight analytical team makes it possible for the New York Times to cover the situation in Yemen as perhaps no other news corporation is able.As reported here before by the National Politics Examiner,...
  • Rand Paul
    Sectarian solution: Yemen?
    When one looks at the complete collapse of Yemen with Shiite Houthis occupying a large portion of territory and al Qaeda-backed Sunnis occupying the remainder, and only with the support of Saudi Arabia, is it fair to ask, why not let places like...
  • Yemen faces a growing hunger emergency
    Yemen: hunger emergency grows with conflict
    As Yemen descends further into war, a hunger crisis is also escalating. The United Nations reports that food is "scarce" in the conflict zones in southern Yemen.Vendors are unable to restock their supplies. Food prices are soaring...
  • Saui F 15s
    Arabs lead on home turf, Yemen
    As it should be, with support from American intelligence, Arab airpower is in action in Yemen against the Iran-backed Houthi’s. Mark Thompson’s snippet from Time sums it up.“Saudi Air War Over Yemen Leaves U.S. on SidelinesMark...
  • Arab League
    Arab military collective from the Arab League
    The Arab League appeared to be the right organization to address many of the woes of the Middle East. The trouble is twofold:They didn’t want to.None are a model for future governance.The question is can the collective members change and...
  • Simplify: Yemen is no longer a state
    Simplify: Yemen is no longer a state
    Zack Beauchamp at VOX describes the explanation of the collapse of Yemen as deserving a “simple”. It isn’t simple and he proves it. So, let’s make it even simpler. Yemen is now a failed state that is a “green field...
  • The Saudis to the rescue in Yemen
    Yemen Falls According to Obama’s Plan
    Rebels have taken over the Yemeni capital of Sanaa. The President, Abdu Rabbu Mansour Hadi, and his cabinet resigned. Hadi wasputunder house arrest, butescaped,and established a position in Aden. Buthe’s on the run again. TheShiite Houthi...
  • Suadi Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman has the opportunity to Qual a long standing destabilized region and establish his career
    Special Edition:The House divided: Suadi Arabia decent upon Yemen.
    The Suadi Arabia military has decides to the swift and decisive action I regard to Yemen. Under the new rule of Suadi King Salam bin Abdul-Aziz the 53rd son of the House of Saud and former Defense Minister credited with expelling the hardliners...
  • Middle East map with Pat-3 Missile batteries
    President Obama tightens his grip on Iran or does he?
    Breaking News: After Houthis rebels seized Yemen’s third largest city, Aden, the US-installed Yemeni President, Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, was forced to flee the country by boat. So, while Hadi was rowing for his life, White House spokesperson...
  • Yemen moves to join Libya and Syria in the league of dysfunction
    Yemen moves to join Libya and Syria in the league of dysfunction
    With the intense Sunni verses Shia sectarian violence reaching a fever pitch over the weekend, the US pulled up stakes in Yemen and left zero personal. According to Department of State spokesperson Marie Harf, all Americans in an official capacity...
  • Yemen controlled by Houthis
    Yemen failed to achieve democratic pluralism
    Yemen, the failed state has few options.Yemen is now a Middle Eastern failed state in which the opposing forces are Houthi Shiite Muslims versus al Qaeda Sunni Muslims. This sectarian battle supports the fact that Islam is part of the problem at...
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