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How beautiful is Yemen nature and civilization?

The king and emirs of the most obscurantist and Wahhabi Saud family can destroy and bomb poor Yemen infrastructure, it will not prevail.

The Yemeni people are taking their destiny in their own hand, driving the Qaeda out and denying Saudi Arabia its objective of enslaving Yemen with financial aids that never were meant for building any infrastructure or development projects.

Aprille Muscara posted these pictures of Yemen.
(She is News and culture junkie interested in human rights, new media and politics. Former aspiring astronaut. Third Culture Kid. Don’t call her a millennial.)

Unless you’ve been there, we bet you didn’t know Yemen was this breath-taking.

Here is visual proof of the country’s stunning scenery, from the ecological haven of Socotra Island to surreal Sana’a, the world’s oldest city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, to the greenery of Ibb and the desert architecture of Hadramaut…

Feast your eyes:

 

Sana'a (Hamza Shiban/500px)

 

"Yemen Nightlife" - A souq in Sana'a (Ingo Bernhardt/500px)

Yemen Nightlife” – A souq in Sana’a (Ingo Bernhardt/500px)

Old Sana'a (Amin Abo Monasar/flickr)

Old Sana’a (Amin Abo Monasar/Via)

 

Old Sana'a (Jenna Z/Via)

 

Sana'a (Haraz/Via)

 

(Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Old Sana'a (Walid Naseer/Via)

 

Old Sana'a (Waleed Naseer/Via)

 

Detwah Lagoon, Socotra Island (Gerry & Bonni/flickr)

Detwah Lagoon, Socotra Island (Gerry & Bonni/flickr)

 

Di Hamri Coral Beach, Socotra Island (Gerry & Bonni/flickr)

 

Socotra Island (Kimberley Bradley/500px)

 

Socotra Island (Martin Sojka/flickr)

 

Socotra Island (Martin Sojka/flickr)

 

Dragon Trees on Socotra Island (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Wadi on Socotra Island (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Socotra Island view (Abdulrahman Jaber/Via)

 

Socotra Island (Anaas Abas/Via)

 

Socotra Island (Juan Herreo/Via)

 

Socotra Island (Juan Herreo/Via)

 

A cave under Socotra Island (Khalil AlNasry/Via)

 

A cave under Socotra Island (Khalil AlNasry/Via)

Socotra Island (Michail Vorobyvev/Via)

 

Qalansiyah Beach, Socotra Island (Via)

 

Socotra Island (Ross Hayden/Via)

 

Socotra Island (Michail Vorobyev/Via)

 

Ibb (Hamza Shiban/500px)

Ibb (Hamza Shiban/500px)

 

Ibb (Hamza Shiban/500px)

 

Ibb (Abdussalam AlNajdi/Via)

 

Ibb (Waleed Nasser/Via)

 

(Andre Martin/Via)

 

(Sultan/Via)

 

(Rod Waddington/flickr)

Haraz Mountains (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

(Rod Waddington/flickr)

Jibla (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

(Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Haraz Mountains (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Jibla (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Haraz Mountains (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Haraz Mountains (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

(Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Haraz Mountains (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Mahweet (Rod Waddington/flickr)

Mahweet (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Kawkaban (Rod Waddington/flickr)

Kawkaban (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Haraz Mountains (Ashraf Al Kaini/Via)

 

Mahwit City (Retlaw Snellac/Via)>

 

(Charles Roffey/flickr)

 

Shibam, Hadramaut (Martin Sojka/flickr)

Shibam, Hadramaut (Martin Sojka/flickr)

 

Shibam, Hadramaut (Martin Sojka/flickr)

 

(Matthew Thistle/flickr)

 

Wadi Doan, Hadramaut (Anthony Pappone/Via)

Wadi Doan, Hadramaut (Anthony Pappone/Via)

 

Hadramaut (Fahed Bawajeeh/flickr)

 

Bani Matar (Abdussalam Al-Najdi/Via)

Bani Matar (Abdussalam Al-Najdi/Via)

 

Makaleh (Hamza AlMahaleh/Via)

Makaleh (Hamza AlMahaleh/Via)

 

(Michail Yorobyev/Via)

 

Jabl Saber, Ta'izz (Nuha AlSaidi/Via)

Jabl Saber, Ta’izz (Nuha AlSaidi/Via)

 

Rasisa Hudidah (Anas Abbas/Via)

Rasisa Hudidah (Anas Abbas/Via)

 

Traditional Yemeni basket weaving (Charles Roffey/flickr)

 

Traditiona Yemeni jambiyah knife (Charles Roffey/flickr)

 

Traditional Yemeni jambiyah knife (Martin Sojka/flickr)

 

Pomegranate seller (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Spice for sale (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Traditional Yemeni architecture boasts fascinating details, like this light vent (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

...and gorgeous doors (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Close-up details of traditional doors (Ahmed Yahya Bin Yahya/Via)

 

Al Musndqh style of carved ceilings in the Grand Mosque of Old Sana'a (Via)

 

The ceiling of Al Saleh Mosque (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Handcrafts at a market (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Yemeni girls (Will de Freitas/flickr)

 

Night market (Rod Waddington/flickr)

 

Children in Haradh (Saleh Awadh/Via)

Children in Haradh (Saleh Awadh/Via)

 

 

WE SAID THIS: Don’t miss Photos To Remind You How Beautiful Saudi Arabia Is.

Note 1: https://adonis49.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/whats-happening-in-yemen-civil-war-not-over-yet-previous-oligarchy-still-in-power/#comment-9426

Asad Ghsoub posted this link on FB this April 3, 2015

Yemen

-*+Unless you’ve been there, we bet you didn’t know Yemen was this breathtaking. Here is visual proof of the country’s stunning scenery, from the ecological haven of Socotra Island to surreal Sana’a, the world’s oldest city and a UNESCO World…
scoopempire.com

 

Saudi Arabia and Israel: Joint common Strategy

The absolute monarchy of these over 5,000 members of the Saud family, and the military industrial complex of apartheid Israel are in a state of extreme hysteria and high confusion, as to their medium-term future stability and relevance. Why?

Evidences are pointing that the US has decided to disengage from the Middle-East and focus its energy, resources, and policies toward the Far East Asia and the Pacific States.

The Joint common Strategy of Saudi Arabia and Israel is to pressure the US to stay engaged in the Middle-East a while longer: Preferably, force the US to plan for another preemptive war on Iran.  Or at least on Syria, just to keep the ball rolling, and hoping that the war might extend and perdure long enough…

It appears that the US learned the lesson finally: There is no return on investing energy and effort in this volatile region, and with its population explosion of increased poorer classes, famine, calamities, terrorist acts of absurd violence…

The Middle-East is too complicated to comprehend and resolve its countless problems, compared to these advanced, stable, and productive Pacific States.

Why keep lagging in world economy and let the serious competitors take over, while the US is unable to get out of this stagnant marshes that are devouring every bit of credibility of the US influence.

Worse, the more the US gets engaged in the Middle-East, the more it is disliked and hated…and its citizens are in terrible danger when they set foot in this region.  

And the US is feeling cornered by blacklisting many organizations as “terrorists” and most of its agents uncovered, and the US is reduced to ask France and Germany to supply it with fresh and current pieces of intelligence…

You cannot list most of the organizations in the Middle-East as “terrorists” and expect to be moving around freely and positively influence the people…

Most movements in the Middle-East are not about to forget and forgive the hundreds of thousands killed and genetically disfigured by dropping slightly enriched uranium bombs in Iraq, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Pakistan… and destroying their infrastructure, and proclaiming that they are the terrorists…

Evidences are pointing to Israel and Saudi Arabia in coordinating their “terrorist activities” in the region (Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Libya, Yemen…): Saudi Arabia opens the purse and Israel execute targets that are to its “national interests” and to “Israeli mafia interests“… As if by increasing the rate of terrors will get the US excited in immersing in this region!

The radical extreme Moslem salafists are of Wahhabit sect, mostly dominant in Saudi Arabia.

Israel and Saudi Arabia  share the same belief system in theocratic ideology and exercising apartheid tactics on their population.

Saudi Arabia monarchy knows that its days are counted and trying to ally all the monarchies in the region like Morocco and Jordan…

Israel is unable to control even Gaza. Sharon, still in coma for years, vacated the settlers from Gaza. These settlers believed that the sea of Gaza is unpolluted and a paradise for swimming and fishing…

Saudi Arabia and Israel are sharing a Joint Common Strategy: Two asses in same pant.


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