Friday, April 02, 2010

Arrests won't deter Al Qaeda in Arabian peninsula: This is still just taking shape and Yemen and Somalia are the hot beds!

Saudi Arabia arrests over 'terror plot'

Yemen Lacks Counter-Terrorism Resources to Halt Jihadists

Arrests won't deter Al Qaeda in Arabian peninsula
Analysts are warning Saudi Arabia not to be overly triumphant after busting Al Qaeda cells planning a major attack, because the terrorist group will not be easily defeated and they better listen, this runs deep and wide as we keep saying and Yemen and Somalia are the hotbeds and breeding grounds for Al Qaeda and numerous other militant groups. This is still barely beginning!

Remember Yemen the first open battleground in the war for the new middle east order and Saudi Arabia has the most to lose, even more than the west! Yemen as you know is a strategic Middle East nation. where Osama Bin Laden's father was born. I know that in 2000, al-Qaeda bombers attacked the USS Cole in the southern Yemini city of Aden killing 17 American sailors. Since, militants have attacked U.S. missionaries, foreign tourists and Yemeni security forces. Last year gunmen targeted the American embassy with a car bomb and rockets. The attack killed 16, including six assailants.

There is a lot of activity there that has been attributed to Al Qaeda and their interests. I was surprised to learn that Yemen is Middle East nation, where Osama Bin Laden's father was born. Knowing all that you know my focus has been on Iran's interference in Yemen as they try to install Shiite dominance there and everywhere else in the Middle East. Al Qaeda is of more concern to Saudi Arabia who has even more to be concerned about from the Houthi's.

The goal now absolutely is to be the country who decides which direction the new Middle East (dis)order will take. Bush started it by attacking Iraq to get into the middle east to destabilize it and start the new middle east order the idiot said God told him to do now it will be up to Iran and Saudi Arabia at least up front fight it out whether this goes the Iranian Shiite way or the Saudi Arabian Sunni way and do not forget Israel!

In Yemen once again the Iranian Revolutionary Guard is the instigator. They are ferrying weapons through Eritrea to Yemen. They are now avoiding the Arabian Peninsula as Saudi Arabia has instituted a blockade along the coast of Yemen. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard has also transported Lebanese Hezbollah fighters to fight with the rebels.

As you know, Saudi Arabia is also there fighting the Iranian backed Houthi rebels. So far there has been no direct confrontation. However I absolutely see what I have been warning about since Bush diverted from Afghanistan to attack Iraq and get back in the middle east to create a new middle east (dis)order! This is going to be a total middle east war for a new middle east order like it or not, Sunni against Shiite.

It is looking like Yemen is going to be the first country down! Please watch the video, the Middle East is right to be concerned. Yemen is going through severe domestic turmoil due to the violent activities of Al Qaeda, Houthi rebels in the north and the Southern Movement in the south. The remaining Jews are threatened with slaughter by the Shiite. How much longer can Yemen hold on? What is next?

I hope you read the link on the top about Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula! There are numerous militant groups for Yemen to be concerned with but it is the Houthi's that are there primary concern along with food and running out of water. Saudi Arabia and her oil better also stay more than on their toes with Iran, the Revolutionary Guard, the Houthi's and Al Qaeda, then their is Al Shabab and the rest of the militants in Somalia. Stay on your toes!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma


Tim said...

Lot's of info here. It's very confusing for me, it seems like such a quagmire. So the Somali pirates are working for who? Is the ultimate goal to cut off all exports of oil in order to hurt the West.?
You know you'd think we would learn our History lessons. We started a lot of this shit going back to 1950 and Iran.
Thanks for your work on this.

Demeur said...

Look at the underlying factors here Jim. I don't think it would matter if it was Al Qaeda or some other home grown group. Yeman has no water. Somalia has no government and poverty. Palestine is boxed in by Israel. Sudan is in draught. Any of these hotspots have one thing in common. They are in desperate times and if it wasn't Al Qaeda it would be something else.

an average patriot said...

Tim there is a lot of shit going on here. The pirates are a loot of different sides supposedly trying to feed their villages etc.

Between Somalia, Yemen, and the Saudi oil fields you have a couple leading sects fighting each other and the puppet Government, Al Qaeda in Arabia in Yemen along with Iran funding and instigating the Houthi's.

They want their Autonomy, everyone wants the Sunni oil fields right there, what a mes and another fiasco still unraveling.

an average patriot said...

Demeur you got it! The lack of water and it is getting bad, is what makes me wonder why we are not building a desalinization plant for the people and bring the enemies out and see if the people are willing to fight for their lives. If not, screw em don't waste any more time and money.