War, Disease & Famine: Yemen Crisis at Breaking Point

Millions of Yemenis are on the brink of starvation while the country is in the midst of the world’s fastest-growing cholera epidemic. Civil war, foreign military intervention, and a naval blockade have caused death and disease on a massive scale. Yemen can no longer sustain itself following a prolonged and bloody insurrection and a brutal…

OBAMA AND SAUDIS SUPPORT AL-QAEDA IN YEMEN

Al-Qaeda captured key airport and military base in al-Mukalla According to corporate media reports, the Saudis are worried about recent advances in war-torn Yemen. Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter, a former Goldman Sachs adviser and member of the CFR, says al-Qaeda must be defeated in Yemen. Earlier this month, as the Saudi bombing campaign against…

U.S. NAVY TO YEMEN TO HELP IRAN?

TEL AVIV – While the U.S. Navy buildup off the coast of Yemen has largely been seen as a response to Iran’s meddling in that country, there may be a second significant threat the U.S. military deployment is intended to counter. With the Yemeni regime in tatters and a Saudi-led coalition bombing Iranian-backed Houthi rebels advancing…

U.S. MOVES WARSHIP TO CONFRONT IRAN NEAR YEMEN

Move to stop Houthis from receiving surface-to-air missiles Image Credits: U.S. Navy photo of USS Eisenhower. The U.S. Navy is sending the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt to the waters near Yemen in response to reported arms deliveries to Houthis rebels by Iran. The warships are prepared to block Iran from reaching the impoverished country located…

The Cost to America of an AWOL President

Buzzfeed In the recently released, but largely unheralded, National Security Strategy of the United States, the new buzz-word was “strategic patience.” As our unarmed Marines hastily departed Yemen, and ISIS closed in on their fellow devil-dogs in Iraq, the President was more than showing patience: he was making video about taking selfies. The new National Security Strategy of…

Al Qaeda Yemen Takes Responsibility: We Financed, Planned and Carried Out Charlie Hebdo Terror Attack Katie

A commander of Al Qaeda in Yemen is officially taking responsibility for carefully planning, financing and carrying out the terror attacks on Charlie Hebdo in Paris last week. More from Fox News:  Al Qaeda’s affiliate in Yemen has released a video claiming responsibility for last week’s deadly attack by two gunmen on the offices of the satirical newspaper…