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Yemen update 9\7\2015..Saudi Arabia sends 1000 more special forces to Yemen

Monday, September 7, 2015 20:34
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Saudi-Led Coalition Forces Suffer Worst Loss In Yemen Campaign

Saudi led coalition launches airstrikes in Yemeni capital

Saudi jets kill 20 Yemenis in Sana’a

Report: Saudi Arabia sends 1000 more special forces to Yemen

Saudi Arabia to cut spending, issue more bonds due to falling oil prices

Is Saudi Arabia Begging US Banksters for an Economic Bailout?

by John Galt
September 7, 2015

………If the Saudis are serious about allowing U.S. banksters and hedge funds into their previously closed economy to invest in key industries and build branches inside the Kingdom, then conditions there must be far worse than anyone could imagine. Just a short decade after getting the last of the infidels off of their soil, the House of Saud is now fighting a three front war, something they never dreamed off:

In Yemen against the Iran backed Shiite Houthis and Al Qaeda who have conducted cross border attacks into southern Saud Arabia
In the north, the military is on alert not just for ISIS forces crossing from western Iraq, but Iranian forces which essentially occupy the eastern part of that nation
Inside their own nation, as Shiite and radical Sunni terrorist groups have been conducting attacks on Saudi and other GCC targets on an almost weekly basis.

The grand strategy originally was to make the West dependent on their petrol products and force them to ally with the House of Saud to fight the wars for them; thanks to 7 years of American incompetence in the region, that will not happen any time soon. The Saudis are desperate to enlist support with other Arab or Muslim nations to help with the conflicts but thus far to no avail due to their isolationist policies in the past.

As the Saudi economy and investment opportunities open up, it is worth watching oil prices to see if indeed the Saudis follow through on these new initiatives or if the radical Islamist movements force the region into a major conflict which destroys the viability of any investment in the region. If the Saudi economy collapses, a torrent of instability could be released which will impact every region of the world that practices the religion of Islam or is closely tied to the region as Europe is now.

 Sources: 300 UAE, Saudi, Bahraini Troops Killed in Yemen Forces’ Friday Missile Attack

Captured Saudi Soldier: Sudanese, Somalian Mercenaries Receive $200 Monthly Salary to Fight in Yemen

Tens of Yemeni Rockets Pound Saudi Positions in Jizan

UN Warns over 80% of Yemeni Population Need Humanitarian Aid


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