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May Almighty have his wrath on all of them. They are a reproduction of Violence and I woul dlove to them seem dying the same death.May someone blow himself up close to gathering like it where all these douchebags gather.
Enough of this bullshit. We all are tired of these people and people of your mentality. These baboons have problem with everyone be it shias, christians, hindus or Jews. It is not about the hate within me for these helmets but for everyone who are extremists.
Who is We? It's just you.

Rather than respond to his fair criticism on your statement that endorsed voilence, you're doubling down, with silly loaded language, on the lowest common denominator:

 
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Lying will never get you anywhere. You're only lying to yourselves, we ain't gullible.

Iranians now are desperately trying to distant themselves away from Huthies to save themselves the humiliation forgetting that they themselves were boasting taking over Yemen here, in this very forum just few weeks ago.
Actually we strongly support Houthis politically, no one is going to distance itself from that. The ones who have been blabbering for weeks about Iran's weapons in Houthi hands without providing one single proof are the ones who need a bogeyman to justify their crimes. I'm reading too many hateful comments from Yemenis in Social media (many of whom neither support Houthis or Hadi) towards Saudi aggression on Yemen. Alienating Yemen's population is on a fast track.
 

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Oh Ok I am in guilt now after saying all this. He is a savior who talks about spreading love and all who gathered there are protesting to stop this bloodshed.I owe to you for showing me the right path. Jihad is the only way.


Now show your appreciation and hit that Thumbs Up button in the corner. Its the least you could do.
 

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Do you know what's the most lame thing? All forces/PMF were on the front in the most difficult phase of Tikrit operation: Liberating towns/cities and areas around Tikrit in which Daesh showed the toughest resistance, they liberated a very large area around Tikrit, and you are trying to accuse them of backing off in last part of the operation? It only took 2 days to capture the whole city, because not much IS terrorists remained in the city.
 

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Saudi Prestige Suffers a Blow in Yemen Fight

Saudi Prestige Suffers a Blow in Yemen Fight



File Photo: Saudi Arabia's King Salman. (Associated Press Photo)

The Houthis owe their recent military successes to considerable battlefield experience and to their alliance with units of the military and security forces still loyal to Ali Abdullah Saleh, Yemen's former autocratic leader who was forced from power by the uprisings during Arab Spring but remains a power broker in the country.

The Saudi intervention may bolster the Houthis by shielding them from criticism that they have become too domineering in Yemen, said April Longley Alley, a Yemen researcher at the International Crisis Group.

"There was domestic resistance forming that was going to be part of the solution," said Alley, adding that no one faction - including the Houthis - would have been able to govern Yemen on its own.

But the entrance of the Saudis layered additional regional dynamics, sectarian rhetoric and domestic Saudi considerations onto the conflict, "prolonging and complicating the struggle inside the country," she said.

As a result of the Saudi offensive, the Houthis had become more determined to advance militarily while solidifying their alliance with Saleh, Alley said. The Saudi role has also further divided northern and southern Yemen, as public opinion has hardened against Saudi intervention in the north while the south has favored more airstrikes.

Fighting in Aden over the past few weeks has provided a glimpse of a pitiless war ahead. The city has been ravaged by urban fighting between the Houthis and local militias, leaving dozens of civilians dead. Residents were bracing for intensifying strikes by the Saudis and their allies, after the Houthis seized control of more territory Thursday.

Seizing on the chaos, al-Qaida on Thursday mounted its first large-scale operation since the Saudi airstrikes got underway.

In a coordinated attack on al-Mukalla, the capital of oil-rich Hadhramaut province, the militants seized government buildings, including the central bank, and stormed the central prison, freeing Khalid Batarfi, a senior regional al-Qaida leader and other operatives of the group, according to witnesses and local news reports.

By nightfall, Qaida fighters had set up checkpoints at the entrances to al-Mukalla, with local military units powerless to stop them. Al-Qaida's strongest opponents - the Houthis and Yemen's U.S.-trained counterterrorism troops - have been busy fending off attacks from the Saudi military.

Al-Qaida and other Sunni extremists stood to "benefit from prolonged instability and conflict," Alley said. "What we see in al-Mukalla is a harbinger of more to come."
 

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Iranian regime, Iranian people, Shia people especially Huthies had been calling Ali Saleh a dictator, a puppet, a corrupt leader until Yemenis revolted against him in 2011 including Huthies with support of Iran, and he was ousted as part of a peaceful agreement forged with GCC and UN help to avoid further deterioration. However, as soon as a new president was elected democratically for the first time in the history of Yemen, Huthies and Iran allied themselves with Saleh who was still in control of the military institution, and revolted against this legitimate leader and started grabbing lands and cities one after another, looting Yemeni army equipment and repressing peaceful protestors who demanded respect of the legitimacy, nevertheless, they continued their plans and began shooting on protestors, hijacked and detained the legitimate president and even when he escaped they tried to murder him to kill the legitimacy with him until the Decisive Storm came to rescue Yemen from those backward scum.
 

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Also Saudi is not as merciful as Israel, when you say "we want to invade Saudi Arabia" or "wipe it off the map" then you should be ready to get :butcher:
 

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AlQaida is bad, but they have one redeeming quality, killing Shia militiamen. :yes4:
To be honest, Al Qaeeda is bad and so are Shi'ite militias. These groups are funded by Saudi Arabia and Iran respectively who impose a radical version of Islam upon them and then exploit thousands of men as 'tools' in their proxy warfare.
 

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AlQaida is bad, but they have one redeeming quality, killing Shia militiamen. :yes4:
I thought you love shia militiamen?
To be honest, Al Qaeeda is bad and so are Shi'ite militias. These groups are funded by Saudi Arabia and Iran respectively who impose a radical version of Islam upon them and then exploit thousands of men as 'tools' in their proxy warfare.
Like Pakistan supports few proxies in Afghanistan and Kashmir, it happens, nothing is wrong in your national interest.
 

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Also Saudi is not as merciful as Israel, when you say "we want to invade Saudi Arabia" or "wipe it off the map" then you should be ready to get :butcher:
Oh don't worry, nobody would want to wipe Saudi Arabia off the map. Hejaz has religiously important and Nejd is economically.
 

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Saudi Arabia doesn't support AlQaida, that is your opinion.

Iran on the other hand sees Houthis as part of the holy "resistance" axis (resistance against who? heck if I know at this point).
 

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