Pro-Israeli Jewish Senator Joe Lieberman told Fox News last Sunday: “Iraq was yesterday war. Afghanistan is today’s war. If we don’t act preemptively, Yemen could be our next war. That’s the danger we face.” Now, what is use of reasoning with a warmongering Hasbara (propaganda) fool that Pentagon attacked Afghanistan in October 2001 – and Iraq in March 20, 2003. Furthermore, Riyadh began its US-proxy war in November 2009 – While the US jets reportedly been attacking Yemen’s Zaidi Shia majority Sa’ada province since December 14.
Since Yemen’s tiny local Jewish community has been airlifted safely to the US and Israel – Lieberman and other Israel Lobby members in Obama administration would love to expand Afghanistan’s undeated Taliban war into the neigbouring Muslim countries such as Pakistan and Islamic Iran. Both Pakistan and Iran are home to world’s largest Shia population – though Yemeni Zaidis are a different brand of Shiaism which is much closer to Sunni school of thought. The Zionist mafia finds Yemen as the best battle-ground between Saudi Arabia’s Wahhabism (a distorted extremist version of Islam) against Israel’s most feared Shia Iran under Islamic Revolutionaries.
And stop questioning the FBI ‘story’ of the botched terror attempt by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, son of a so-called “rich Nigerian Muslim”, and linked with Al-Qaeda in Yemen, you anti-semites. “something smells of a needed convenient incident to promote the attacks on Yemen and the expasion of our terrorist war there,” wrote Grant Lawrence on his blog.
To understand Obama’s bleeding heart for the ‘Green Revolution’testers in Iran against Ahmadinejad’s re-election in the name of “love for freedom and universal human rights – one has to know the Jew kingmakers behind his political carreer. If Obama really believe what he says – he would not have started a new war front in Yemen or continued the war crime against the people of Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia and Sudan – or the 30-year-old sanctions against Iranians or convertly trying to make regime changes in several South American countries.
Yemen was occupied by the British imperialists from 1839 to 1967. In the past, both Washington and Tel Aviv despatched their air forces and air bases to crush the Yemen’s drive for independence. Since 1960s, both the US and Israel has used all means to keep Yemen’s soveriegnty in a mess. Yemeni president Salih had originally blamed Israel for the 2000 bombing of USS Cole.
Rick Rozoff in his article, titled Yemen: Pentagon\’s War On The Arabian Peninsula, wrote:
The conjuring up of the al-Qaeda bogey, however, is a decoy. The rebels in the north of the nation are Shi’ites and not Sunnis, much less Wahhabi Sunnis of the Saudi variety, and as such are not only not linked with any group of groups that could be categorized as al-Qaeda, but instead would be a likely target thereof.
In service to American designs in the region, the British and American press lately has been referring to Yemen as the “ancestral homeland” of Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden comes from a prominent billionaire Saudi Arabian family, of course, but as his father had been born in what is now the Republic of Yemen over a century ago the Western media are exploiting an insignificant historical accident to suggest Osama bin Laden’s active role in the nation and to establish a tenuous link between the South Asian war in Afghanistan and Pakistan and Saudi and American armed intervention in a civil conflict in Yemen.
To be recalled the next time the al-Qaeda/bin Laden canard is used to justify expanding U.S. military involvement on the Arabian Peninsula.In an editorial of five days ago the Tehran Times accused all parties to the Yemeni conflict – the government, the rebels and Saudi Arabia – of recklessness and issued a warning: “History provides a good example. Saudi Arabia funded extremist groups in Afghanistan and still, two decades since the withdrawal of the Soviet army from the country, the flames of war in Afghanistan are overwhelming the allies of Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia is attempting to promote its own version of extremism in Yemen as it did earlier in Afghanistan and Pakistan and is currently doing in Iraq. Far from the U.S. and its Western allies expressing any objection, the Saudis and their fellow Persian Gulf monarchies will be in the forefront of what is estimated to be $100 billion worth of Middle East arms purchases from the West over the next five years. “The core of this arms-buying spree will undoubtedly be the $20 billion U.S. package of weapons systems over 10 years for the six states of the Gulf Cooperation Council – Saudi Arabia, the U.A.E., Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Bahrain.”  Saudi Arabia is also armed with state-of-the-art British and French warplanes as well as U.S. missile defense systems.
Yemenis are the latest to learn the Pentagon’s and the White House’s law of the jungle. Along with Iraq and Afghanistan which counterinsurgency specialist Stanley McChrystal used to perfect his techniques, Yemen is joining the ranks of other nations where the U.S. military is engaged in that variety of warfare, fraught with civilian massacres and other forms of so-called collateral damage: Colombia, Mali, Pakistan, the Philippines, Somalia and Uganda.