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Yemen update 8\11\2015..crumbling from war

Tuesday, August 11, 2015 21:18
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Over 4,900 Yemenis, mostly civilians, killed in Saudi war since March

Pro Hadi forces seize districts in Yemen’s Ibb

Pro-government forces gain ground in Yemen

Yemenis vow to defend their country against Saudi ground and aerial invasion

Civilians caught up in Yemen conflict

ICRC: Yemen crumbling from war, desperately needs aid

Jordanian Author: Iran, Syria Holding Al-Saud’s Survival Key

A prominent Jordanian writer said that the Saudi wars against Syria and Yemen have endangered the regime in Riyadh, adding that these are just Tehran and Damascus that can prevent al-Saud’s annihilation.

“The al-Saud can find the key to its survival from the crises that it has created in the region just in the hands of Iran and Syria,” Hesham al-Habishan told FNA on Tuesday.

Noting that today most regional and international powers are seeking to find solutions to the crises in the region, he said, “I believe that Iran, Russia, Oman and Egypt play a more serious role in resolving the crisis in Syria.”

Other countries merely seek ways to meet their own interests among the solutions proposed for soothing the regional crises, Habishan said.

In relevant remarks on Monday, a senior political analyst underlined that the final nuclear deal signed between Iran and the Group 5+1 (the US, Russia, China, France and Britain plus Germany) in Vienna on July 14 had forced the Riyadh government to cease its support for the terrorists and engage in talks with the Damascus government.

“Iran’s victory in nuclear talks is a beginning for ending the Syrian crisis as it will force the countries which support terrorism, including Turkey, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, to stop doing so… ,” Syrian Political Analyst Adel Aboud al-Zonoun told FNA on Monday.

He noted that Iran is now the most influential and powerful country of the region after the Vienna nuclear agreement and Saudi Arabia has been forced to change its previous stance on the Syrian issue.

Tens of Saudi-Backed Mercenaries Killed in Yemen’s Taiz Province

Scores of Saudi Soldiers Killed


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