SHIA/SUNNI JIHAD SPEADS TO SAUDI ARABIA 4112015

  1. Doomer Doug said a while ago it would be impossible to keep the Shia/Sunni JIHAD from spreading inside of Saudi Arabia. And thus it has now come to pass. We are going to get  a regional war in the entire MIDDLE EAST. The House of Saud has opened Pandora’s box and there will be no closing it now.

    Yep, the USA, even under Obama, will now have to get directly involved to prop up the corrupt House of Saud. I expect the Shia to keep pushing inside of Saudi Arabia now. The other thing is Hezzbollah, the Iranian backed military force in Southern Lebanon has now sent combat troops to fight along side the Houthi Tribal Militias in Yemen. It is now a total free-for-all in Yemen.

    Our so called “allies” in the House of Saud have unleashed a tidal wave of economic chaos with their unlimited pumping of oil. They have now also unleashed, as Shakespeare put it, “the hounds of war. Once released, das hunds of kreig in German will not be put back in the kennel.

    We are now looking a spreading so called “proxy war” that is drawing in multiple nations, with separate agendas in the kind of Holy War not seen since the Crusades in 1200 AD. Yep, the USA, even under Obama the Tyrant, is going to get dragged into it in order to prevent the collapse of the House of Saud. We didn’t listen to George Washington and his warning about “foreign entanglements.” The USA is in for it, gang.

    http://sputniknews.com/middleeast/20150411/1020765348.html

    Lebanon-based Shiite movement Hezbollah is engaged in fighting alongside Houthi rebels in Yemen, Al-Mustaqbal newspaper reported on Saturday citing sources.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – The report indicated that several Hezbollah fighters were killed in airstrikes led by Saudi Arabia against Yemen’s Houthi rebels.

    The coalition comprising primarily Gulf countries started bombing positions of Houthi rebels in Yemen on March 25 in response to a request for military assistance from Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.

    According to the newspaper sources, Hezbollah and Iran’s Revolutionary Guard were present in Yemen to train the Houthis even before the coalition launched the strikes. The sources maintained that the military experts and fighters of Lebanese nationality entered Yemen’s Saada before the rebels captured large swathes in the country.

    Earlier in the day, media reported that two Iranian officers who allegedly served as military advisers to the Houthi rebels had been kidnapped in the Yemeni port city of Aden. A source at the Iranian Defense Ministry dismissed the reports in an interview with Sputnik, adding that these allegations are attempts of certain countries to prove that Iran is involved in the military operation in Yemen.Yemen has been in turmoil since the Shiite Houthi rebels began quick advances in several locations across the country. In January, Houthis captured presidential palace and key governmental buildings in Sanaa, prompting President Hadi to resign. Later, Hadi rescinded his resignation and fled the country.

    Iran and Hezbollah movement have condemned the airstrike campaign against the Houthis, while US Secretary of State John Kerry said earlier in the week that Iran had been “obviously” providing military assistance to the rebels.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0…ps-near-najran

    Earlier today we reported that local militiamen in the key Yemeni port city of Aden had captured two Iranian officers suspected of aiding Houthi rebels in the battle to control the city where fighters still loyal to President Hadi are determined to beat back an advance by the Houthis in the wake of a humanitarian crisis and reports that the Shiite militia has its sights set on the local branch of Yemen’s central bank located in the city’s Crater district.

    Now, reports suggest the Houthis are battling Saudi forces near Najran, with some contending the rebels have overtaken a Saudi post which, if true, would appear to mark an escalation in the conflict as it would indicate the Houthis are willing to take the fight to the Saudis on their own turf.

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Proxy War Crosses Border?
Houthis Reportedly Clash With Saudi Troops
Near Najran

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/11/2015 15:33 -0400
http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-0…ps-near-najran

Earlier today we reported that local militiamen in the key Yemeni port city of Aden
had captured two Iranian officers suspected of aiding Houthi rebels in the battle
to control the city where fighters still loyal to President Hadi are determined to beat
back an advance by the Houthis in the wake of a humanitarian crisis and reports
that the Shiite militia has its sights set on the local branch of Yemen’s central bank
located in the city’s Crater district.

Now, reports suggest the Houthis are battling Saudi forces near Najran, with some
suggesting the rebels may have overtaken a Saudi post which, if true, would appear
to mark an escalation in the conflict as it would indicate that the Houthis are willing
to take the fight to the Saudis on their own turf.

#BREAKING: Asiri: clashes reported near the Saudi city of Najran
— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) April 11, 2015

#BREAKING Asiri: Houthi militias are amassing close to
the Saudi-Yemeni border
— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) April 11, 2015



Reports are now coming in that three Saudis have been killed in Houthi shelling.
Via Bloomberg:

Mortar attack by Houthi rebels in Yemen fired into Saudi Arabia
killed 3 Saudi soldiers and injured 2
others, the state-run Saudi Press
Agency reported, citing unidentified official.

Three Saudi soldiers killed in the border city of Najran
by Houthi shelling http://t.co/CeONHY4LfX
— MTV English News (@MTVEnglishNews) April 11, 2015

Confirmed: 1st pics of #Houthis taking #KSA post
after clashes near #Najran #SaudiArabia #OpDecisiveStorm
pic.twitter.com/6UPfAUn0io
— Cinzia Bianco (@Cinzia_Bianco) April 11, 2015

Either this represents a rather brash move by the Houthis to demonstrate that
the best defense is indeed a good offense, or perhaps there’s a degree to which
an “offensive” maneuver by the rebels would prove very useful when it comes
to justifying Saudi boots on the ground. Or maybe, as the events that transpired
early Saturday suggest, the Shiite rebels are becoming more confident that their
assumed benefactor may be willing to remove the “proxy” from the term “proxy war.”

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