Saudi Arabia is projected to go bankrupt in 2020 and is now scrambling for ways to prop up its economy after its offer to collaborate with Russia has been rejected by Putin in the middle of this year.
“The Middle East’s biggest economy, Saudi Arabia may run out of financial assets within the next five years if the government maintains its current policies, warns the International Monetary Fund.
Saudi Arabia is expected to run a budget deficit of 21.6 percent in 2015 and 19.4 percent in 2016, according the IMF’s latest regional economic outlook.
The country needs to adjust spending, the IMF urged.”
The former sought to establish closer ties with the latter by ordering 10 nuclear plants, assorted military equipment and other economic deals in exchange for Russia not to meddle with its geopolitical plans in Syria and Yemen.
Just a few weeks ago, the Butcher Bibi Netanyahu did the same thing by visiting Russia to ask for protection of its oil and gas interests in the Mediterranean and Golan Heights.
Instead of playing games with the Imperialists in the Middle East, Putin decided to bomb ISIS/L with pinpoint Sukhoi accuracy leading to massive destruction of more than a thousand CIA funded terror infrastructures, and sending hundreds of militants fleeing for their lives [here]
Russia is doing these decisive attacks on Syria’s enemies without increasing its present military budget of $50 billion, a stark contrast to the US Pentagon budget of $570 billion, a staggering $500 million of which only produced five armed moderate rebels supposedly to fight ISIS terrorists. Interestingly, Obama vetoed the proposed military allocation for the proponent’s failure to allocate for Guantanamo shutdown.
Obviously, Obama is being torn between following his Khazarian masters’ genocidal agenda and his own desire to leave a legacy of being a man truly deserving of the presumptive Nobel Peace Prize.
After barely a month of Russian operations in Syria, thousands of Syrians are now returning home into Russian refugee centers inside of the country. Russian companies are also responding positively to Assad’s request for reconstruction once the 4-year western funded conflict in the country has ended.
Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, has suffered a massive loss when 45 of its officers died in one swoop when Houthis fired a missile into a Saudi coalition arms depot in the eastern province of Marib.
“The United Arab Emirates has bombarded Yemeni rebels with airstrikes after 50 people, including 45 soldiers, were killed in the deadliest day yet for a Saudi-led coalition fighting the insurgents.
Emirati officials vowed that the deaths in a missile attack in the eastern province of Marib would not weaken their commitment to the coalition’s mission to restore exiled president Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi to power. The missile hit an arms depot, triggering huge explosions that the exiled government said also killed five Bahraini coalition troops.
The UAE denounced the attack as cowardly, but the Shia Houthi rebels hailed it as revenge for six months of deadly coalition airstrikes.”
In retaliation, Saudi Arabia ordered the bombing of a wedding party killing more than 130 civilians inside Yemen [here]. The propensity of the House of Saud to kill non-combatants is what qualifies it to be appointed as the new chief of the UN Human Rights Council.
Anyway, it is for the above dire financial condition that instead of pursuing with its foiled plan to attack Damascus in desperation, Saudi Arabia is now diverting its losing ISIS bearded assets into Yemen to help its military fight off the rebels in Yemen.
Thousands of Daesh Takfiri have reportedly arrived in Aden, Yemen to augment the first 500 ISIS/L militants who were flown in through a Qatari aircraft and a UEA plane from Turkey.
Obviously, Turkey is still supporting the Islamic State covertly even if it already committed itself to the Russian plan to preserve the Assad government.
In the same token, the United States has decided to resupply the “moderate opposition fighters” in Northern Syria, notwithstanding that the whole operation is peppered with the lack of proper identification as to who are the real terrorists and who are not even from the viewpoint of the CIA.
“As of last July, over 3,500 suspected terrorists included in the U.S. government’s central terror database were “confirmed dead” and another 13,000 were “reportedly dead,” yet many of their names continued to be actively monitored in databases like the no-fly list, according to an intelligence assessment prepared by the Department of Homeland Security in August of this year.”
As they have been saying all along, the United States would be left holding the empty bag soon and its destruction by the Khazarian Banksters will finally be completed.
Still, nobody is lifting their white asses up.
Report: Saudi Plot to Attack Damascus Foiled
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Saudi regime with the help of Jeish al-Islam terrorist group had prepared a plan to attack Damascus from the Southern provinces after Russian President Vladimir Putin rejected the Syria-Yemen swap proposal by Saudi Deputy Crown Prince and Defense Minister Mohammed bin Salman, media reports said.
The Saudi deputy crown prince gave his proposal to President Putin in a meeting in Moscow on June 19, the Arabic-language Al-Akhbar newspaper wrote.
It was revealed two weeks ago that Saudi Arabia and Jordan had planned to conduct a blitz on the capital Damascus through the Southern provinces of Daraa and Quneitra after coordinating with the Saudi-backed terrorist Leader Zahran Aloush who is in Eastern Ghouta, the newspaper added.
The Russians who had been informed of Saudi Arabia’s plan and after checking with the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement’s field information, the Russian fighter jets changed their direction from the North to Southern Syria and pounded the terrorists’ positions in Jobar and Eastern Ghouta of the Damascus countryside, specially the towns of Marj al-Sultan and Deir al-Asafir, it said.
Al-Akhbar wrote that the Russian airstrikes resulted in the destruction of terrorists’ command centers and foiling the terrorists’ attempt to capture Damascus.
On Tuesday, the Russian air force hit rebel positions in Southern Syria, near the Golan Heights, for the first time since it began its air campaign against the Takfiri terrorists last month.
The Russian airstrikes targeted positions of the ISIL and al-Nusra Front in the Golan Heights in Quneitra province near the border with Israel.
Russia’s airstrikes were the closest to the occupied Palestinian territories since it started its airstrikes in late September.
Also on Monday, the Russian air force also struck terrorists’ positions in Daraa province for the first time in the past month.
Russia’s fighter jets hit the Takfiri terrorists’ positions in the strategic hilltops of Tal al-Harra and Tal Antar near Deir al-Adas in the Northern countryside of Daraa late Monday.
The Syrian army also carried out attacks on the strategic hilltop of Tal al-Alaqiya in Daraa countryside and managed to fully destroy the terrorists’ positions in the region.
The Tal al-Alaqiya hilltop is surrounded by three other strategic areas of Deir al-Adas, Kafar Nasej and Kafar Shams in Northern Daraa.
Political observers believe that he Russian fighter jets’ attacks have an important message for Israel while Tal Aviv is trying to pretend that it has reached an agreement with Moscow on Syria’s Southern skies.
Also on Monday, Russian fighter jets razed to the ground a number of the positions of the terrorist groups in the Syrian Province of Aleppo.
The Russian airstrikes hit positions of al-Nusra Front and ISIL terrorist groups in the vicinity of Khanasser-Ithriyah road in the Southern parts of the city of Aleppo.
Reports also said the clashes continue between the Syrian troops and ISIL terrorists on the Khanasser-Ithriyah road.
The Russian air raids also hit positions of terrorists from The Levant Front or Jabhat al-Shamiyya in al-Sheikh Saeed neighborhood in Southern Aleppo and al-Sheikh Issa in the Southern countryside of Aleppo.
Russian warplanes also pounded Takfiri militants’ positions in the vicinity of the Air Force Academy in Kuweires airport in the Eastern countryside of Aleppo.
Syrian Army: ISIL Militants Transported From Syria to Yemen
TEHRAN (FNA)- Over 500 ISIL militants have been transported from Syria to Yemen aboard planes arriving from Turkey to fight against Houthi rebels, a Syrian general said Tuesday.
Syrian Armed Forces Spokesman Brig. Gen. Ali Maihub informed that more than 500 ISIL militants had been transported from Syria to Yemen aboard 4 planes that had arrived from Turkey on October 26.
According to him, two of the planes belong to Turkish airlines, one is a Qatari aircraft and one is a UEA plane.
“According to the intelligence data, 4 planes arrived from Turkey at the airport of Aden [in Yemen] on October 26. Two of them [planes] belonged to Turkish airlines, one — to Qatar airlines and another aircraft was owned by an UAE airline. More than 500 militants of ISIL terrorist group were on board, they were transported from Syria to save them from Russian airstrikes,” Maihub said.
He further claimed Saudi-led coalition officers met ISIL militants at the airport in Yemen. The Syrian general said that the jihadists were supposed to take part in a ground operation against Houthi rebels.
“[ISIL] militants were met by officers from the Saudi-led coalition, who took them out of the [Yemeni] airport in three groups. The first group was taken to the town of al-Bab in the Mandeb province, the second — to Marib, the third — to Saudi provinces Jazan and Asir,” he said.
“The militants are expected to take part in the ongoing ground operation where ground coalition forces have recently suffered serious losses in clashes with Houthi fighters,” the general said, adding that, based on intelligence data, similar transfers of ISIL militants from Syria would continue.
“According to available information, operations aimed to transport ISIL terrorists from Syria will continue in a short time,” he added.
Hundreds of terrorists from ISIL and the al-Nusra Front have fled the battlefields in Syria after a rising wave of countrywide joint military offensives by the Syrian army and the Lebanese Hezbollah forces following intensive Russian airstrikes.
Over 1,000 Daesh backups come to Yemen
Over 1,000 militants have arrived in the Yemeni city of Aden to join the Daesh Takfiri terrorists in the war-torn country and fight against the Houthi Ansarullah fighters.
“Hundreds of armed militants who came from other provinces of Yemen and from abroad started their training in the Salah al-Din camp in Aden,” an unnamed Yemeni security source told Russia’s Sputnik news agency on Wednesday.
The Yemeni source said that the exact number of the reinforcements is not yet known but approximately between 1,500 to 2,000 militants have come to the southern port city to fight alongside the terror group.
He added that during the past few days a number of airplanes with hundreds of militants aboard had landed at the city’s airport “under condition of high secrecy and reinforced security.”
On Tuesday, the spokesman of the Syrian Armed Forces, Brigadier General Ali Mayhoub, said that two planes from Turkey, one from the United Arab Emirates, and another from Qatar had transported 500 Daesh terrorists fleeing from Syria to an airport in Aden.
According to Mayhoub, these militants, transported from Syria to save them from Russian airstrikes, are supposed to take part in a ground operation against Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah fighters.
“[Daesh] militants were met by officers from the Saudi-led coalition, who took them out of the [Yemeni] airport in three groups,” he further said, adding that two groups were taken to two locations in Yemen and a third one was sent to the Saudi provinces of Asir and Jizan, in the south and southeast, respectively.
People walk at the site of a Saudi airstrike in Yemen’s capital, Sana’a, on October 28, 2015. (Reuters)
Ansarullah fighters allied with Yemen’s army units are resisting against the unabated Saudi military aggression on the war-torn country.
Yemen has been under Saudi airstrikes on a daily basis since the regime in Riyadh launched its military aggression against the impoverished nation on March 26, in a bid to undermine the Houthi Ansarullah movement and restore power to the fugitive former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, a staunch ally of Riyadh.
About 7,000 people have lost their lives in the Saudi air raids, and a total of nearly 14,000 people have been injured since the beginning of the Saudi aggression.
800 Colombian Soldiers Hired to Join Saudi-Led Forces in Yemen with $1000 Weekly Salary
Over 800 Colombian mercenaries could take up front-line positions in Yemen under the Saudi command, the Colombian newspaper El Tiempo said in a report.
The troops are expected to be involved in an ongoing offensive against the revolutionary forces, which currently hold Yemen’s capital, Sana’a.
Hundreds of Colombian nationals are fighting alongside the Saudi-led forces in Yemen, the report further added.
The troops include former Colombian soldiers fighting under contract with Saudi Arabia.
The first group of just under 100 Colombian troops arrived in Yemen earlier this month. The troops were set to arrive in the Southern port city of Aden.
In recent days unconfirmed reports have surfaced the number of Colombians in Yemen may have already reached that number (800).
The report said that in addition to the hefty amount of money paid by the Emir of the United Arab Emirates, the Saudis’ main and powerful ally, the Colombian forces will earn at least $1000 of weekly salary to combat alongside the Saudi-led coalition forces against the Yemeni army and popular forces.
Again, all these deadly maneuvers are being done just for the sake of the oil and gas pipelines. Innocent lives are irrelevant.
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