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Then they beheaded them - ISIS from Saudi Arabia? A nation that isn't creating the right kind of karma that in time will always return - good or bad! - Five foreigners were sentenced to death for killing an Indian guard and stealing his money. Khaled Fetini and Ibrahim Nasserm were Yemeni citizens. Hassan Omar, Salem Idriss, and Abdel Wahhab Abdel Maeen were identified as migrants from Chad, Eritrea and Sudan respectively.

After the execution by beheading, corps of the foreigners were hung from a helicopter. It is intended to deter others from committing such crimes. The foreigners were executed just a month after Amnesty International condemned the "macabre spike" in state-sanctioned killings. Amnesty's 2014 global report on the death penalty ranked Saudi Arabia among the top five executioners in the world. Saudi Arabia executed 88 in 2014, and after the recent beheading, the figure has touched 80 in 2015.

Amnesty's UK head of policy and government affairs, Allan Hogarth accused the Saudi government of indulging in a "judicial killing spree", describing the number of executions being carried out as "frightening". "There were some tentative hopes of human rights reform when King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud came to the throne earlier this year, but these have now been completely crushed," he said.

Is ISIS A Tool of the Saudi State?

Ali Al-Ahmed says ISIS is a key part of Saudi Arabia's strategy in the Middle East
May 12, 2015

Saudi-led war planes have targeted ammunition dumps and military sites near the rebel-held Yemeni capital just hours before a planned humanitarian ceasefire is to get underway.

Dramatic photographs show the airstrikes destroying the weapon depots on Noqom Mountain, on Sanaa's northeastern edge, for the second day in a row. Twin strikes in the Yemeni capital yesterday killed at least five people and wounded 20, as huge explosions sent debris crashing into a residential area at the foot of the mountain.

The attacks come after rebels claimed to have shot down a Moroccan F-16 fighter jet over the northern province of Saada near the Saudi border on Sunday. Rebels released video footage purporting to be wreckage of the plane earlier this week.

It is believed the aircraft was one of two which flew from a base in the United Arab Emirates on a reconnaissance mission over the Yemeni side of the border with Saudi Arabia.

Le360, a French language site, said anti-aircraft rebels stationed on the mountains opened fire on the two planes as they flew at low altitude.

'The Moroccan fighter jets manoeuvred, gained altitude, attempted to escape the danger, but it was too late. One of the craft was hit and went into a spin,' Le360 reported.

Yemeni security officials said the coalition airstrikes – which occurred in the early hours of today and yesterday - targeted arms and ammunition in a bombardment which shook the entire city, collapsing homes and shattering windows.

The strikes also...

U.S. has been bombing Yemen for awhile...mainstream news is leaving out that the bombing of Yemen is a group effort...Israel right with the rest. U.S. had their turn to on to the others who are showing their true content of character.

President Obama Murdered 21 Woman And 14 Children

Jeremy Scahill Says Obama Strikes In Yemen Constitute 'Murder'
Weighing in on President Obama's targeted drone strikes in the Middle East, journalist Jeremy Scahill did not mince words. During his appearance on MSNBC's "Up With Chris Hayes" Saturday morning, Scahill repeatedly said that such attacks, when they killed innocent civilians, amounted to "murder."

Asked by Hayes why he would use such a "loaded" word to describe the strikes, Scahill responded at length.

"If someone goes into a shopping mall in pursuit of one of their enemies and opens fire on a crowd of people and guns down a bunch of innocent people in a shopping mall, they've murdered those people. When the Obama administration sets a policy where patterns of life are enough of a green light to drop missiles on people or to send in AC130s to spray them down..."

"But that wasn't the case here," interrupted retired colonel Jack Jacobs. "You're talking about a targeted person here." Scahill continued:

"If you go to the village of Al-Majalah in Yemen, where I was, and you see the unexploded clusterbombs and you have the list and photographic evidence, as I do--the women and children that represented the vast majority of the deaths in this first strike that Obama authorized on Yemen--those people were murdered by President Obama, on his orders, because there was believed to be someone from Al Qaeda in that area.

There's only one person that's been identified that had any connection to Al Qaeda there. And 21 women and 14 children were killed in that strike and the U.S. tried to cover it up, and say it was a Yemeni strike, and we know from the Wikileaks cables that David Petraeus conspired with the president of Yemen to lie to the world about who did that bombing.

It's murder--it's mass murder--when you say, 'We are going to bomb this area' because we believe a terrorist is there, and you know that women and children are in the area. The United States has an obligation to not bomb that area if they believe that women and children are there. I'm sorry, that's murder."

Scahill is the national security correspondent for The Nation, and the author of the book "Blackwater: The World's Most Powerful Mercenary Army."

He was part of a panel discussion that centered around a lengthy New York Times article published on Tuesday, which disclosed that the Obama administration maintains a "kill list" of wanted terrorists. Obama personally signs off on the killing-by-drone of many suspects, taking into account the circumstances of a possible attack, including possible civilian casualties.

The article says that Obama tries to avoid any loss of innocent life, but that he considers any male in the area a combatant. Civilian deaths in drone attacks have become a flashpoint in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Yemen.

Al-Qaeda Hospital Massacre In Yemen

On December 5, 2013, in an attack that went largely underreported by the world's media, al Qaeda gunmen, dressed in government military uniform, casually slaughtered 52 innocent civilians in Sanaa, Yemen's capital. The Al-Oradi hospital sits within the same compound as the Yemeni ministry of defense, where al Qaeda alleged that drone strikes were directed from.

Instead of targeting the ministry, however, the attackers killed the security guards manning the side gate of the hospital, then spent hours calmly stalking its corridors, shooting doctors, nurses, and even patients lying in their beds. In grim pictures captured by surveillance cameras, one gunman is seen approaching a group of terrified hospital staff.

At first they don't flinch, and almost seem to be awaiting instructions, until the attacker reveals a hand grenade, pulls out the pin, and tosses it at them as if he were throwing a ball to a puppy.

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) usually avoids targeting civilians and even provides some form of governance in the small areas they control in Yemen. This goes some way to explaining why it enjoys some level of support in this war-torn country. But when this footage was aired on national TV, even AQAP supporters were horrified, and it was compelled to make an apology.

In a video statement, its military leader, Qasim al-Raymi, acknowledged "our mistake and guilt," claiming that the nine attackers had been ordered not to enter the hospital. He continued: "We offer our apology and condolences to the victims' families.

We accept full responsibility for what happened in the hospital and will pay blood money for the victims' families."

Al-Raymi added: "We are continuing our jihad."

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