Nasser Arrabyee returns to the show to discuss the latest war crimes committed by the U.S.-Saudi coalition, which included strikes on civilian areas in four different cities on markets, farms, and government buildings that killed entire families and more than 200 people. Arrabyee then explains why ISIS and Al Qaeda have been the big winners as a result of the U.S.-Saudi war in Yemen and why, on the ground in Yemen, ISIS and Al Qaeda are basically one entity.

Nasser Arrabyee is a Yemeni journalist based in Sana’a, Yemen. He is the owner and director of yemen-now.com. You can follow him on Twiiter @narrabyee.

Discussed on the show:

  • “At least 109 civilians killed by Saudi coalition’s raids, U.N. says” (Reuters)
  • “Airstrikes in Yemen kill dozens of civilians in one day. But that’s just part of the country’s misery.” (The Washington Post)
  • “Trump calls on Saudis to lift Yemen blockade ‘immediately'” (The Hill)
  • “Statement by President Donald J. Trump on Yemen” (White House)
  • “Al-Qaeda in Yemen Seen Stronger Than Ever as War Wears On” (Bloomberg)
  • Tawakkol Karman
  • “Yemen’s Salafi warlord – armed by Riyadh, branded a terrorist by Riyadh” (Middle East Eye)

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