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also reported the story of
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Saudi airstrike on motel
in Yemen kills at least 41
By Niles Niemuth
24 August 2017
At least 41 civilians
were killed early Wednesday morning when missiles fired by a Saudi-led
coalition jet fighter slammed into a motel on the northern outskirts of Yemen’s
capital, Sanaa. The official death toll is expected to rise as more bodies are
pulled from the rubble.
Reports indicate that
approximately 100 farmers were sleeping in the two-story building in Arhab at
the time that it was blown up. Journalist Saad Abedine reported on Twitter that
the motel was located near a Houthi camp, and reports indicate that Houthi
rebels were also among those killed by the airstrike.
The head of the
nearby Umrah hospital, Fahd Marhab, told reporters that his facility had not
received any wounded, as everyone in the building had been killed in the
attack. Pictures of the massacre posted on social media show corpses sandwiched
between collapsed slabs of concrete.
The attack was just
one of dozens of airstrikes that hit in and around Sanaa early Wednesday,
claiming more than 100 lives.
“It is probably the biggest massacre Yemen has witnessed by the
Saudi-led coalition,” journalist Hakim Al Masmari told Al Jazeera.
“The air strike targeted a motel late early this morning. It was part of at
least 25 air strikes that targeted Sanaa and the outskirts of the city since
midnight. The air strikes attacked every part of Sanaa. It was a deadly night.”
Saudi Arabia and its
allies, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), have been waging an
unrelenting war from the air and on the ground in an effort to push back the
Houthi rebels and forces loyal to former dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh.
The war that began in
2015 with the backing of then-US President Barack Obama is being ramped up
under President Donald Trump, who traveled to Saudi Arabia in May and signed a
$110 billion weapons deal, greenlighting a dramatic escalation in the
The effort to
dominate Yemen is seen by military planners in Washington as crucial to curbing
Iranian influence in the region and for setting the stage for a possible war
against Tehran. Without providing any hard evidence, officials in both the
Obama and Trump administrations have routinely accused the Houthis of being
proxies for Iran.
The number of
airstrikes in the first half of this year has already far exceeded the number
recorded in all of 2016, according to a report released by the Protection
Cluster in Yemen, a group of humanitarian organizations headed by the United
Nations High Commission for Refugees. There were 5,767 airstrikes between
January and the end of June, compared to 3,936 in all of 2016.
Now in its third
year, the offensive, which is fully backed by the US, has killed more than
10,000 civilians, displaced millions from their homes, sparked a deadly cholera
outbreak that has infected more than half a million and pushed millions to the
brink of famine. A no-fly zone and naval blockade have been established by
Saudi Arabia with the support of the US, cutting the country off from critical
food and medical imports.
hospitals, schools, markets, cranes used to unload ships and funeral halls have
all been targeted for airstrikes made possible by refueling flights and
targeting information provided by the US military. US military and intelligence
forces have also reportedly been working with the UAE to interrogate detainees
at a series of torture chambers in Yemen and on ships off the coast.
Despite the brutal
onslaught, the contentious alliance between the Houthis and Saleh, who once
waged a war against the Shiite minority, has maintained control over much of
the north, including Sanaa, since an uprising in early 2015 forced President
Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi to flee for Riyadh.
ostensible goal has been to return Hadi to power as a puppet in the country on
the southern edge of the Arabian Peninsula that borders the Strait of Bab el
Mandeb, a strategic waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden
through which much of the world’s oil supply flows. A ground invasion led by
the UAE managed to wrest significant portions of the south from the Houthis,
including the port city of Aden, but has largely stalled in the face of stiff
The bloody attack
came the same day that General Joseph Votel, the head of US Central Command,
made a visit to the Saudi-Yemen border to assess the state of the Saudi-led war.
The US has been waging a war in the deeply impoverished country against Sunni
militants belonging to Al Qaeda in the Arabia Peninsula (AQAP) since at least
2011. Votel is responsible for directing US wars and military operations across
the Middle East and Central Asia, including in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan as
well as Yemen.
were not allowed to accompany Votel on his trek, US Central Command spokesman
Air Force Col. John Thomas assured reporters that the general never crossed
into Yemeni territory. According to Thomas, Votel was there to tour a military
command center, review Saudi troops and “develop a better understanding of the
Saudi challenges with security at the border.”
Trump authorized the
military to wage a much more aggressive campaign against AQAP soon after he
took office in January, leading to a marked increase in the number of drone
strikes and Special Forces raids in the first few months of this year.
According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, as many as one third of
those killed by US drone strikes and raids so far this year have been
24 August 2017
The world's most expensive holiday! How Saudi king blew $100million on month-long summer break at lavish Moroccan palace while 1,000 flunkeys stayed in luxury hotels with fleet of 200 cars
- The high cost of the month-long holiday is believed to have topped $100million
- King Salman has been at his summer palace for a month, racking up huge bill
- The average annual salary in his kingdom is approximately $33,000 (£25,000)
- The King's visit accounts for 1.5 per cent of tourism-related income in Morocco
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4813462/Saudi-king-blows-100million-month-long-holiday.html#ixzz4qWdSZLeH
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