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Shit's apparently goin' down, yo  Anon

Yemen

Quote:Saleh Abdullah Kamel[a] (Arabic: صالح عبد الله كامل‎); born 1940–1941) is a Saudi billionaire businessman. He has a net worth estimated at US$2.1 billion, as of April 2016. He is the chairman and founder of the Dallah al Baraka Group (DBHC), one of the Middle East's largest conglomerates. He is also the chairman of the General Council for Islamic Banks and the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce...

...He was arrested by the Saudi authorities on 4 November, 2017, together with among others...
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I don't know what's goin' on....  1dunno1
Saleh's fate unknown after house bombed by Houthis
Yemen ex-President Saleh killed by Houthis – Iranian media citing sources
Houthis

U.A.E. Denies Yemen Rebels Fired Missile at Abu Dhabi Nuclear Plant
MbS is serious about this.
(12-04-2017, 08:33 AM)DaJavoo Wrote: [ -> ]MbS is serious about this.

It would appear so.
(12-04-2017, 08:23 AM)Shakey On the Beach Wrote: [ -> ]Shit's apparently goin' down, yo  Anon

Yemen

Quote:Saleh Abdullah Kamel[a] (Arabic: صالح عبد الله كامل‎); born 1940–1941) is a Saudi billionaire businessman. He has a net worth estimated at US$2.1 billion, as of April 2016. He is the chairman and founder of the Dallah al Baraka Group (DBHC), one of the Middle East's largest conglomerates. He is also the chairman of the General Council for Islamic Banks and the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce...

...He was arrested by the Saudi authorities on 4 November, 2017, together with among others...
Graphic
I don't know what's goin' on....  1dunno1
Saleh's fate unknown after house bombed by Houthis
Yemen ex-President Saleh killed by Houthis – Iranian media citing sources
Houthis

SNIP from one of the above links ...
"... Yemen's former President Ali Abdullah Saleh. © Khaled Abdullah / Reuters
The former President of Yemen, Ali Abdullah Saleh, has been killed by Houthi fighters. Meanwhile, violence rages in the capital Sanaa following the breakdown of Saleh’s alliance with the movement last week.

Saleh's death has been confirmed, both by his own General People's Congress party and the Houthi-backed media. According to media claims, the movement has now gained the upper hand in the capital.

"The ministry of interior statement announces that they have taken over all the positions and strongholds of the treacherous militia in Sanaa and the surrounding areas, as well as other provinces in order to impose security," Houthi TV reported adding that "Saleh and his supporters" had been killed. ..."
Yemen has been a place of violence and different factions. I cannot recall Yemen ever being a settled and united country.