Yemen’s former President Ali Abdullah Saleh assassinated
How exactly Yemen’s long-serving ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh was killed on Monday is not clear. Some sources say his residence in Sanaa the capital was bombed by the Houthi rebels; others that his convoy was attacked on its way to the city and his armored car struck with an anti-tank rocket. On Saturday, Saleh who had fought with the Iranian-backed Houthi insurgency, announced he was ready to “turn the page” and join the Saudi-led coalition fighting the rebels – provided Riyadh lifted the blockade imposed on Yemen and halted its attacks. It seems that he paid the price for changing sides.
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Man o man … it is simply fascinating to observe the chaos in the middle east. 58 Islamic nations clawing at each other generation after generation after generation. I wonder how this ends.
The problem with the Islamic languages, is that they don’t have too many words for “peace”, and this heavily influences their thinking process. However, some refinements are there, like for a sample in the Palestinian language, which is the Hamas dialect of Islamic, they have 534 ways to say “bomb vest” and 103,756 expresions for “kill the jews”.
Yes. The problem is the dialect they speak. A word pronounced in one dialect is something like cursing/ murder/ sexual explicit to the other dialect. Maybe that is why they only fight and kill each other.
it ends with more dead muslims
Poor guy. That’s too bad. When people can’t stop and look at things, and say “Wait, maybe this is not a good idea, driving our country to ruin and destruction”
He will remain one of the few who had a sober second thought.
Haha you clearly know nothing about Mr. Saleh. “Poor guy” haha bless your heart
I see a problem here. No Hezbullah rebels, no PLO rebels, and no Hamas rebels, why not?
Because they have all been murdered by the Terrorstinians! !!