Both have large militaries, though the Saudi’s military have little battlefield experience.
Turkey lots of insurgent experience.
In the end Saleh and his crew must go.
And a negotiated settlement arrived at.
If my post offends you, I deeply Apple-O-Jize.
Looks like Hamas is really trying to sever its ties to Iran. Thats probably a good thing.
Hamas backs Sunni rule in Yemen, once again risking Iran ties - Israel News, Ynetnews
Most recent situation on the ground...
And this is very interesting...SA helping AQ in Syria?
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Listen, one sentence challenging the credibility of a "source" with the actual event taking place needs a bit more explanation, even when one is desperate not to say too much lest be revealed as a bull****ter...
So, let's have some actual examples of how this source is not to be trusted and John "I was for it until I was against it" Kerry and Barrack "you can keep your plan" Obama are to be trusted...
Frankly I think you're pissing upwind trying to put out a raging brush fire, the community organizer and 'hair that talks' are so far in over their heads they are more likely to start WW3 as ever tell the truth
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
Why Iran May Be OK Letting the Saudis Win in Yemen | Al Jazeera America
And a Sudanese fighter pilot shot down...
Note the cheeks full of khat.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?