According to the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data Project, the death toll from the war in Yemen is 56,000 deaths and not the widely asserted 10,000 deaths from the conflict as put forth by the United Nations. Journalist and researchers who have followed the growing humanitarian crisis in Yemen have often ridiculed the fact … Continue reading Over 50k Killed In The War In Yemen Since 2015
Did The Saudi Crown Prince’s Tiger Squad Assassinate Jamal Khashoggi?
The Middle East Eye is reporting that a source within Saudi Arabia has exposed a Saudi death squad named the Tiger Squad that was involved in the Jamal Khashoggi assassination and also conducted numerous high profile assassination within the Kingdom itself. The source told MEE that the ruling family in Saudi Arabia was fed up … Continue reading Did The Saudi Crown Prince’s Tiger Squad Assassinate Jamal Khashoggi?
The UAE Paid American & Israeli Mercenaries $1.5 Million A Month To Carry Out Assassinations In Yemen
It was recently reported by Buzzfeed news and then by multiple other media outlets that the UAE hired American mercenaries to carry out assassinations in Yemen of Imams and political figures of the Al-Islah party. In a stunning report, Abraham Golan told Buzzfeed news that his military contract firm Spear Operations Group started assassinating clerics … Continue reading The UAE Paid American & Israeli Mercenaries $1.5 Million A Month To Carry Out Assassinations In Yemen
Don’t Let The Crown Prince Of Fake Reforms Silence Jamal Khashoggi
Jamal Khashoggi was living in exile from Saudi Arabia and was a resident of the United States. Just this year, Jamal was brought on as a contributor to the Washington Post which is powerhouse publication in D.C. Jamal spoke out frequently against Mohammad Bin Salman and called him a fake reformer, he wrote and published … Continue reading Don’t Let The Crown Prince Of Fake Reforms Silence Jamal Khashoggi
Are Jade & Oil Fueling Conflicts In Myanmar?
Fighting in Myanmar began in what is known as the post-independence period of 1948, and continues to this day, in what is dubbed the world's longest-running civil war. Violence in the region became increasingly brutal in August of 2017 as Myanmar's military carried out acts of arson on Rohingya villages, mass-killings of the Rohingya people, … Continue reading Are Jade & Oil Fueling Conflicts In Myanmar?