Just as the US State Department has issued a security warning, calling on all its nationals to leave Yemen due to an aggravated terror threat, Al Qaeda has announced it will cut off the hands of every single corrupt official it can find.
As tensions continue to rise in Yemen, the poorest and most populous country in the Arabian Peninsula, the United States renewed its security warnings, calling on all its nationals to leave Yemen if they can.
Amid heightened diplomatic tensions and aggravated political tensions, Iran has expressly called on Sana’a central government to arrange for the immediate and unconditional release of its kidnapped diplomat, Nour Ahmad Nikbakht.
Since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge in the Gaza Strip, the majority of the dead and wounded in Gaza are civilians and medical workers are also coming under fire, the international medical humanitarian organization Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) said today.
Officials in Yemen have confirmed on Sunday that Saudi Arabia and Yemen have reached an agreement in regards to the extradition of prisoners, whereby Yemeni nationals will be given the opportunity to serve part of their prison term back home, and vice versa.
Al Hayat newspaper published a news report earlier this week in which it explains that a Yemeni national, Ahmed Al Qassemi, will endeavour to travel through Australia, South America and Europe on his camel to promote peace.
Top Salafi cleric openly called on Al Qaeda militants to not only side with ISIL (Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) but it urged Al Qaeda leadership to actually pledge its allegiance to its caliph, Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi.
Even though Al Qaeda Yemen has often played on Yemenis’ attachment to tradition and their keenness to remain truly literal in their applications of the tenets of Islam, it appears terror militants are fast losing ground on the religious front as more and more clerics have felt compelled to rise in opposition and condemnation of the group’s unforgiving interpretation of Sharia law (Islamic law).
Following a lull in terror activists since President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi declared war on all Al Qaeda elements back in late April, it seems that the terror group has managed somehow to gather some of its strength back as militants have returned to the offensive over the past week.
In an interview with AbdulMoez Dabwan, the executive director of YemenPac (Parliamentarians Against Corruption) and prominent Islah Member of Parliament, he called on civil societies, NGOs and media to work tightly together with government officials to monitor and reinforce capacity building, security and growth. He discusses the crisis within parliament and the lack of strong governance.
The main focus of the interview with the Iranian involvement in the Yemeni affairs as Hadi said, "Iran is still meddling in Yemen's internal affairs."
"It is up to President Abdo Rabbo Mansour Hadi to ensure that the cease fire is implemented on the ground. So far the central government has failed on every account. "
Nothing is currently an obstacle in front of the National Dialogue. So as it is now there is nothing going wrong.
Yemenis celebrated the end of the National Dialogue Conference (NDC) with joy and relief, feeling confident that tomorrow could be better. They now await the implementation of the NDC resolutions.
During the continuing crisis between the government and Houthis Hakim Almasmari, the Yemen Post Editor told RT (previously known as Russia Today) that there are clear occurrences that prove that factions within the government are fueling the Amran crisis.
The people of Ethiopia are Shocked and disappointed over the illegal detention of Andargachew Tsige, Secretary General of Ginbot7 Movement for Justice, Freedom and Democracy by Yemen security forces during his transit flight in Yemen.
While President Abdo Rabbo Mansour might have feel compelled to roll out a series of unpopular economic and financial reforms in bid to stop his country from haemorrhaging money, Yemenis are certainly not taking the news with a smile, not when on the ground their quality of life is depreciating by the minute.
On World Malaria Day (April 25th) Saudi officials commented in Riyadh that they intend to further assist Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, fight off Malaria in order to ensure that the disease is completely eradicated by 2020.
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The present situation in Yemen can be best described as "The Emperor has new Clothes and "the Rape of Yemen" and UN providing the cover.
Possible Turkey fallout and Iran advances are not necessarily related.
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