Saudi Whistle-Blower: Bin Salman Caught in Yemen Quagmire
Mujtahid underlined that the Saudi crown prince feels so helpless that he is ready to ignore the Saudi regime’s conditions for ending the war on Yemen, including its insistence on the withdrawal and disarmament of Ansarullah forces as well as recognition of Mansour Hadi as Yemen’s legal president.
The Saudi tweeter noted that the large number of the Saudi soldiers killed in the war, the UAE troops pullout, the frequent blames put on Bin Salman for the spread of Al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen and massacre of thousands of Yemeni civilians are among the strongest causes of deputy crown prince’s helplessness and destitute.
The international human rights organizations have taken Saudi Arabia responsible for the loss of life of thousands of Yemeni people. Many of them have tried and succeeded to exert pressures on their government to criticize the Riyadh government.
Moreover, the US holds bin Salman responsible for Al-Qaeda’s gaining power in Southern Yemen.
Saudi Arabia has been waging a war on Yemen since late March 2015 in a bid to reinstate Hadi and undermine the Ansarullah movement, which took over state matters after Hadi resigned.
Over 9,400 Yemenis, including 4,000 women and children, have lost their lives in the Saudis’ deadly military campaign.