Yemen: The Murderous Hordes Are Charging Again ~ Yemen Updates: 18 May 2015
TEHRAN (FNA)– The Saudis have resumed airstrikes in force across Yemen and the United Nations is not facing the murderous hordes – yet again.
As always, the tyrants pervert facts and they want us to believe their monstrous lies that this is about saving Yemen. They want us to remain objective and award ourselves with the luxury of time until their ridiculous peace talks in Riyadh come to a self-serving conclusion!
This is while the time to face their modern ignorance, state terrorism, imperialism, fascism, exceptionalism, selfishness and greed is here and now. People of conscience should take to the streets and condemn those who are burning Yemen. They must hit with full force those who are attempting to slaughter innocent beings.
The murderous hordes have employed all their might, utilizing everything from the mainstream media to military facilities, to justify their crimes against humanity. They spread their poisonous propaganda and lies to oppress a sovereign nation and suppress hope.
The war on Yemen is criminal and has no UN approval. For grand deceits the United States and its client states rely on countless numbers of propagandists and disinformation to justify their war. The biggest crime is to believe in their fabrications and the biggest mistake is to step back and not confront their propaganda.
It is true that their propaganda apparatus is enormously efficient and effective. But it is also true that things are not as hopeless as they used to be. The murderous hordes have failed to fail Yemen and the nation has no intention to give up hope just yet.
The ceasefire has come and gone and the fight is on for a multi-polar world order. It is a crucial battle, because if the murderous hordes win, their campaign of destruction will spread everywhere and no one will be immune.
Unless the people of good conscience expose the terror-mongers and help the people of Yemen win this battle, we cannot even dream about change, let alone any significant changes in the world order.
Those who talk to the murderous forces and beg them to stop destabilizing a poor country are only legitimizing their crimes and acknowledging their power. By trying to appease the warmongers, they are only putting themselves at their mercy. The international civil society must refuse to be in such position.
The murderous hordes are not benevolence and certainly not an exception to international law. They have resumed the campaign to ravish Yemen, charging mercilessly. The international civil society must stop the slaughter and contain the murderous forces. The world can no longer afford to betray its conscience.
18 May 2015 22:42
A civilian has been killed during a Saudi military rocket attack on Yemen’s eastern province of Hajjah. Saudi rockets targeted Hajjah’s Harad district on Monday night. Saudi airstrikes also hit the presidential palace in the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada and the Anad military airbase in the southern province of Lahij.
18 May 2015 20:47
الدمار الناجم عن العدوان السعودي على اليمن Fighter jets of Saudi Coalition, the protector of Israel and enemies of Islam, targeted Melahed, Hijja, Dhaher, Bakem. 2 people were killed and, tens of civilians were wounded.
18 May 2015 18:17
Today tens of thousands of people in the Yemeni capital Sanna in a massive demonstration condemned resumption of Saudi America crimes and aggression in Yemen after end of humanitarian ceasefire and demand International intervention to break the unjust siege and crimes against the Yemeni people. The zionist Saudi-led coalition has resumed bombing Yemen after a five-day ceasefire expired. Strikes were reported in…
18 May 2015 18:12
Yemen’s Ansarullah movement is likely to attack the Saudi naval forces in reaction to the naval blockade imposed on the Yemeni people, sources said Monday. The Saudi naval forces have imposed a naval blockade on Yemen in recent months, and Ansarullah is likely to attack those forces to remove the siege, an informed Yemeni source told Alwaght website on the…
18 May 2015 18:10
The Iranian Navy’s 34th Fleet in a message cabled to the country’s cargo ship carrying humanitarian aid to Yemen ensured the captain of the cargo ship that the Iranian warships are only a message away if any emergency case arises, and further offered to escort the vessel to its destination. Iran Shahed, Iran’s cargo ship carrying humanitarian aid to Yemen, arrived…
18 May 2015 18:08
Saudi Arabia has fired over 100 rockets and mortar shells on the Yemeni province of Sa’ada in the last 24 hours. The Arabic-language Al-Mayadeen television reported Saudi air strikes and shelling on Sa’ada and Hajjah provinces on Monday. The Saudi army has pounded Sa’ada with more than 100 rockets and mortar shells in the past 24 hours. The Saudi army has also…
18 May 2015 18:07
President of Medical Sciences Academy Dr. Seyed Alireza Marandi in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon lashed out at the world body for keeping mum on Riyadh’s savage crimes against the innocent people in Yemen, and stressed the Iranian physicians’ readiness to rush to the Yemeni people’s aid. “During the past two months we have, as you know, been witnessing…
18 May 2015 18:03
The Ansarullah movement in Yemen has slammed the Riyadh sponsored talks and says it will only engage in dialogue in Yemen or in a neutral country.
18 May 2015 18:02
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif called on the UN to create a safe zone for unloading humanitarian aid to Yemen, adding that Tehran’s 4-step Yemen peace initiative is the only logical plan for resolving the crisis in the Arab country. “We have serious concerns about the current conditions in Yemen and the humanitarian crisis in the country and believe that…
18 May 2015 17:55
Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis staged a protest against the Saudi air raids on their country on Monday. Yemenis attended a mass rally in the capital Sana’a to express steadfastness in the face of brutal attacks by Saudi Arabia, saying that the aggression will not deter them from pursuing the goals of the revolution. Chanting “Death to America” and “Death to Israel,”…
18 May 2015 17:54
Yemen’s Ansarullah movement is likely to attack the Saudi naval forces in reaction to the naval blockade imposed on the Yemeni people, sources said Monday. The Saudi naval forces have imposed a naval blockade on Yemen in recent months, and Ansarullah is likely to attack those forces to remove the siege, an informed Yemeni source told Alwaght website on the condition…
18 May 2015 16:19
At the end of five full days of a so-called truce, Saudi Arabia has reignited its war machine, pounding Yemen with missiles and artillery. Saudi Arabia resumed its offensives on the impoverished Arab country hours after the end of the ‘ceasefire’, which expired at 11:00 p.m. local time (2000 GMT) on Sunday, with Saudi warplanes pounding a number of civilian and…
18 May 2015 16:16
Yemenis have taken to the streets to condemn the ongoing aggression by Saudi Arabia on the impoverished country. Thousands of Yemenis attended a mass rally in the capital Sana’a on Monday to express the steadfastness in the face of brutal attacks by Saudi Arabia, saying that the aggression will not deter them from pursuing the goals of the revolution. Chanting “Death to America” and…
18 May 2015 16:15
A senior adviser to Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, says ending Saudi Arabia’s extremely “savage bombardments” should be a precondition for any talks on Yemen’s situation. Ali Akbar Velayati said Monday that any discussion on the Arab country’s future should be mediated by international entities and should only be attended by Yemenis. “This can be done with the mediation of an international…
18 May 2015 8:04
Yemeni media report that Saudi warplanes have targeted ships purportedly belonging to UNICEF engaged in delivery of humanitarian aid to the Yemeni people. Saudi fighter jets launched three “aerial attacks” on the ships which were bound for the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada, Iranian news agency IRIB quoted Yemeni TV channel al-Masirah as saying. In its latest report released on Sunday, UNICEF…