On Sunday, the pro-US prime minister of Yemen, Mohammad Salim Basindwa, resigned after the anti-government Houthi movement militia took over control of the government headquarters in country’s capital city of Sana’a on Sunday.
Ansarallah fighters belonging to Houthi movement have been able to defeat Riyadh-funded anti-Shia Salaafist Islah Party fighters backed by some Yemen’s military units which are under the control of Ali Mohsen Al-Ahmar, stepbrother of the deposed dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh, living in exile in Saudi Arabia. Saleh was a staunch ally of the US, Israel and Saudi Arabia against Iranian influence in the region.
Late last month, Saudi press reported a meeting between Saudi foreign minister Prince Saud al-Faisal and Iran’s deputy foreign minister Amir Abdollahian in Riyadh during which they discussed the regional conflicts including Israeli attack on Gaza and the Houthi uprising against Sana’a regime.
Prince al-Faisal met Iranian foreign minister Dr. Javad Zarif on Sunday on the sidelines of the 69th session of the UN General assembly. After the meeting, Prince al-Faisal said Iran and Saudi Arabia are two influential countries in the region, stressing that Tehran-Riyadh cooperation could help bolster peace and security in the region and the entire world. Frankly, I could be the last person on Earth to believe a Crypto Jew Saudi ‘royal’.
The Brussels-based International Crisis Group (ICG), a Zionist advocacy group, in its June 2014 study, like Hamas, recommended that Houthis should be disarmed in return for a ‘toy carrot’.
On September 22, 2014, Ahmed al-Zarqa posted a detailed article at Lebanese newspaper Al-Akhbar, on the fate of the US-Saudi-Israel alliance against the people of Yemen.