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Ryujin
01-30-2017, 06:39 PM
Few people know what the hell is going on in this poor country which is in even a worse condition than Syria but overlooked by the global media. Probably recently you've heard of the name in Trump's list. The poor country has been under attack for years by Saudi Arabia, which Trump's list excludes. Unlike Syrians; people can barely even escape from the country. People are forced to deal with famine, lack of clean water and lots of diseases alongside recurrent bombings. But of course; Trump is too coward to speak against his Saudi business partners and does not mind allowing them in the country while turning a blind eye to civilians and children being killed by Saudi terrorist airstrikes everyday.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WfdPClh4t9Q

Wadaad
01-30-2017, 06:44 PM
So all of a sudden you care about Yemen? Please spare us the hypocritical crocodile tears

So tell me, who do you support in the Yemen crisis? AQAP or the Houthis? or ISIS, or the Yemeni cabinet of Mansour Hadi which is who the Saudis are supporting in their bombing campaigns. And if you do not support the Saudi bombing campaign, do you also condemn the Russian bombing campaign supporting the Baathist regime of Assad in Syria?

Jehan
08-14-2017, 02:23 PM
Time pass and the crisis is still here.

I find it a bit strange that the coallition didn't acheive to put again the sunni at the head. Is it a biig fail for sunni power?

Maybe a division in two state would be the best solution.

crazyladybutterfly
08-14-2017, 02:27 PM
So all of a sudden you care about Yemen? Please spare us the hypocritical crocodile tears

So tell me, who do you support in the Yemen crisis? AQAP or the Houthis? or ISIS, or the Yemeni cabinet of Mansour Hadi which is who the Saudis are supporting in their bombing campaigns. And if you do not support the Saudi bombing campaign, do you also condemn the Russian bombing campaign supporting the Baathist regime of Assad in Syria?

lol at least in syria there s someone to support , in yemen one is worse than the other