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Yemen update 5/24/2016..Saudi Whistle-Blower: Bin Salman Ready to Make Extensive Concessions to Ansarullah

Tuesday, May 24, 2016 17:50
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Yemen Bombings Kill At Least 41 People

Sana’a delegation suspends Kuwait peace talks

Saudi-Backed Delegation Absent in Yemen Talks

Yemeni sources said on Tuesday that the Saudi-backed delegation did not take part in the meeting of the hostages committee which was scheduled to convene on Tuesday at Bayan Palace in Kuwait. The session was set to examine the lists of the hostages, according to the same sources which added that the Saudi military violations across the Yemeni provinces accompanied the political obstruction for the talks, Al Manar reported. The UN-sponsored peace talks between the Yemeni parties in Kuwait were resumed on Monday after a six-day stop due to the Saudi-backed delegation deliberate absence. Yemen has been since March 26, 2015 under brutal aggression by Saudi-led coalition. Thousands have been killed or injured in the attacks, with the vast majority of them are civilians. Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to fugitive former president Hadi who is a close ally to Saudi Arabia.

Saudi Whistle-Blower: Bin Salman Ready to Make Extensive Concessions to Ansarullah

Saudi whistle-blower Mujtahid, who is believed to be a member of or have a well-connected source in the royal family, revealed that Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammad bin Salman has ordered the country’s representatives in Yemen peace talks to give extensive concessions to Ansarullah to get rid of Yemen war. “After facing problems in Yemen peace talks in Kuwait, Bin Salman entrusted the Saudi ambassador with negotiations with Ansarullah and ordered the Yemeni delegation (affiliated to fugitive President Mansour Hadi) to remain committed to the ambassador’s agreements with Ansarullah,” Mujtahid wrote on his tweeter page on Tuesday. According to the whistleblower, the Saudi envoy has told Ansarullah that Riyadh will withdraw from its demands embedded in the UN resolution and will make other concessions in return for Ansarullah’s ending its operations at Yemen-Saudi Arabia bordering areas while Ansarullah will remain in the regions under its control and will not be asked to lay down its weapons.

Also among other concessions offered by Bin Salman, Mansour Hadi will return to Yemen to remain a president as a formality until the formation of a national unity government in which Ansarullah will have a major say and a major share as large as the regions under its control. But according to Mujtahid, Ansarullah still raised more demands, including compensation for tens of billion of dollars of the destruction left in Yemen by the Saudi-led war, which he said was also agreed by Bin Salman in principle provided that it will remain a secret and will be made within the framework of a national meeting to reconstruct Yemen.

In relevant remarks last month, Mujtahid had revealed that bin Salman is making serious efforts to put an end to the war in Yemen in order to get rid of the quagmire he has created for the Riyadh regime. Mujtahid underlined that the Saudi crown prince feels so helpless that he is ready to ignore the Saudi regime’s conditions for ending the war on Yemen, including its insistence on the withdrawal and disarmament of Ansarullah forces as well as recognition of Mansour Hadi as Yemen’s legal president.

The Saudi tweeter noted that the large number of the Saudi soldiers killed in the war, the UAE troops pullout, the frequent blames put on Bin Salman for the spread of Al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen and massacre of thousands of Yemeni civilians are among the strongest causes of deputy crown prince’s helplessness and destitute.

The international human rights organizations have taken Saudi Arabia responsible for the loss of life of thousands of Yemeni people. Many of them have tried and succeeded to exert pressures on their government to criticize the Riyadh government. Moreover, the US holds bin Salman responsible for Al-Qaeda’s gaining power in Southern Yemen.

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