Ali Abdullah Saleh & Saudi Arabia

Ali Abdullah Saleh (ʿAlī ʿAbdullāh Ṣāliḥ; born 21 March 1942) is a Yemeni politician who was President of Yemen from 1990 to 2012. Saleh previously served as President of North Yemen from 1978 until unification with South Yemen in 1990. Saudi Arabia (' or incorrectly ', officially known as the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia , commonly known as Saudi Arabia (in American English as   or in British English as ) is the largest state in Western Asia by land area, constituting the bulk of the Arabian Peninsula, and the second-largest in the Arab world, after Algeria. 5.0/5

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Ali Abdullah Saleh - ex president of Yemen: "Saudi Arabia is our main enemy" - remember a different attitude when he was in power
Yemen President Ali Abdullah Saleh, who has been in Saudi Arabia recuperating from a bomb attack, returned to his homeland Frid…
Wisdom which mastered leader Ali Abdullah Saleh to preserve the Sultanate of internal strife unfortunately exploited by the Muslim Brotherhood, in a manner of false and improper for the interests of the country ...! And turned that wisdom to curse Ddcab right manners illogical, and in a systematic manner based on the principle of the abolition of the right of the other to exist even.! Here are the leader since the concession for a period of legitimacy and even today in various ways trying to enter the country into a spiral of chaos and spreading the culture of hatred and deepen the rift in the body of the nation and social entity in order to ensure their wish only the party ...! Despite the strikes excruciating received by the Brotherhood in many Arab countries and perhaps the most important of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, but they are in Yemen are still Egyptians to enroll them Bojuathm not Atedoa with others (and sapiens from Ated otherwise) did not care for the grace which enjoy in Yemen did not re ...
Yemeni intelligence colonel dies in blast A Yemeni intelligence colonel was killed when a bomb exploded near the country’s oil ministry, security officials and witnesses said. The explosive device was reportedly planted under the driver's seat in the vehicle of Colonel Mohammad Fadhel Hussein, a security official told AFP. At least three others were wounded in the attack. The central government in Yemen has been struggling to establish security since long-serving President Ali Abdullah Saleh was forced to step down in 2011.Yemen, one of the poorest countries in the Arab world, is closely watched by Western and Gulf security experts due to its proximity to Saudi Arabia
As Yemen is further sinking into chaos with fresh reports of violence in all four corners of the impoverished nation, it is once again the Houthis – a Shiite group organized under the leadership of Sheikh Abdel-Malek Al Houthi – which have grabbed media attention. Their stronghold located in the northern Yemeni province of Sa’ada, the Houthis first came together in 1994 as a reaction to former President Ali Abdullah Salehs’ political and military alliance with Saudi Arabia. Faced with a growing insurgency movement in the south and the prospect of a civil war back in 1994, only four years into Yemen’s unification deal, former President Saleh had to turn to Riyadh for help. Keen to assert its hold over Yemen, Saudi Arabia was quick to provide Sana’a with military and financial support, in exchange for Saleh’s political allegiance. From that moment on, Yemen, a country which for centuries had managed to ward off nefarious influences, either political or religious, found itself over-run by Saudi ...
On the 17th/Dec it'll be three years since Mohamed Bouazizi sat himself on fire starting the wider Arab Spring. Here I’m listing some of the Achievement and Crises caused (up to you which is which): 1-Step down of Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, former Tunisian president (fled to Saudi Arabia). 2-Muammar Al-Gaddafi, former Libyan president, forced from power and ousted (killed by the rebels). 3-Step down of Hosni Mubarak, former Egyptian president (put under house arrest). 4-Step down of Ali Abdullah Saleh, former Yemeni president (granted immunity from being prosecuted), he ruled from 1978 to 2012. 5-Governmental changes in: Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Palestine, Morocco and Western Sahara 6-Arab has the courage to say NO to dictators but still totally disunited and many misunderstood democracy! 7-Death toll: going towards a quarter million! 8-Children are being killed not knowing why! Many other millions out of school! 9-Four Arab countries (Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Yemen) slid backward on the Failed Stat ...
Wars & Rumors of Wars: Let's See. The Revived Roman Empire(EU,Israel, US, Vatican) has knocked off, Saddam Hussein of Iraq, Hosni Mubarak of Egypt, Ben Ali of Tunisia, Ali Abdullah Saleh of Yemen, King Hamad bin Isa al-Khalifa of Bahrain, Mohamar Gaddafi of Libya, and now Hugo Chavez of Ven. They are working on the overthrow of Syria, Lebanon, Mauritania, Algeria, Jordan, Sudan, Zimbabwe and Iran working with Arab allies Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, and UAE. Once they have completed this, they will be working in the South Pacific to start problems with China, and the South Pacific Asia region. They have the western Hemisphere controlled by the American Colony, and have marginalized the trouble maker countries of Korea and Vietnam by dividing the countries, which is what they are doing in Sudan. Once the Roman Empire can control the Oil, then they will set their sights on Jerusalem, and making it the international Capital through the Vatican, which they have already begun. We are almost ready for the Edo . ...
The Psychology of Dictatorship: Why “Dictator” Clings to Power Muammar Gaddafi continued to hold tightly to power even as NATO bombs rained down on Tripoli. Syrian autocrat Bashar al-Assad has killed more than 70,000 of his own people in an effort to quash protests. In Iran, Khamenei has killed, tortured, and imprisoned hundreds of Iranian people to hold his “Supereme” dictatorship. In Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh had refused to step down despite months of unrest that has intensified into near civil war. The question is, why do all these guys fight so hard to keep power? Why not decamp to Russia, China, Saudi Arabia or Venezuela and live out their lives in luxury before being killed or held for trial like Hosni Mubarak? Any attempt to diagnose a defining psychological feature of dictatorship would be facile. But in the public record available on many of them, Stalin and Mao, Saddam Hussein and Gaddafi himself, one can begin to see patterns that shape a dictatorial personality. At least since the Offi ...
June 5-2002 Elizabeth Smart, 14, was kidnapped from her bedroom in her family's Salt Lake City home. (She was rescued in March 2003.)/2004 Ronald Reagan, the 40th president of the United States, died in Los Angeles at age 93 after a long struggle with Alzheimer's disease./2007 Vice President *** Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, was sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for lying and obstructing the CIA leak investigation. (President George W. Bush later commuted the prison sentence.)/2011 The departure of Yemen's battle-wounded president, Ali Abdullah Saleh, for treatment in Saudi Arabia set off wild street celebrations in the capital.
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