July 2, 2018
TEHRAN (FNA)- A commander of the infamous US security firm, formerly known as Blackwater, in Yemen was held captive by the Yemeni army and popular committees.
“The Yemeni army and Ansarullah group could hold captive one of the commanders of the US Blackwater firm who was fighting for the UAE in Yemen,” a UAE security officer wrote on his twitter page on Monday.
He added that Ansarullah will soon release footages of the Blackwater commander who was held captive.
Meantime, the Yemeni media wrote on Monday that the country’s army has hunted a big fish on the Western coasts, adding that strategic developments will be witnessed in the next few days to the benefit of the Yemeni army.
Another Blackwater commander had also been killed earlier when the Yemeni military backed by fighters of Ansarullah movement launched a Tochka ballistic missile on the al-Anad military base in the Southern Yemeni province of Lahij.
Colonel Nicholas Petros was killed along with a group of mercenaries fighting for the Saudi regime in its war on Yemen.
Lebanon’s al-Ahed news website reported at the time that Apache helicopters, Typhoon fighter jets and armories belonging to the mercenaries were destroyed in the missile strike.
On May 3, 2018 we reported:
About a dozen Army Green Berets have been sent to Saudi Arabia to help secure the border with Yemen, according to the New York Times. Above, Saudi border guards keep watch along the Yemen border in October.
On March 23, 2018 we reported:
Senate Fails to Stop US Support for Saudi Attacks on People of Yemen: S.J. Res. 54
A bipartisan effort to end US involvement in a bloody, three-year war in Yemen failed in a close Senate vote on Tuesday afternoon.
The vote demonstrated growing push-back on President Donald Trump’s coziness with Riyadh, which is leading the war effort in Yemen. That same day, the president met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, who was visiting Washington during a country-wide tour.
A disparate group of senators — Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Mike Lee (R-UT), and Chris Murphy (D-CT) — drafted and introduced the resolution to stop America’s support for the bloodshed. “This is one of the great humanitarian disasters of our time,” Sanders told Vox in an interview last week.
But the GOP-controlled Senate voted to table — that is, kill — the resolution that says America shouldn’t assist Saudi Arabia in its three-year fight against Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. By a 55-44 margin, a majority of Republicans and some Democrats effectively said the US can still help Riyadh, by refueling its planes and providing intelligence in the Saudi’s brutal air campaign.
Supporters of the resolution claimed it would immediately end America’s involvement in the war; critics said it wouldn’t.
The Americans are fighting in Yemen illegally, and the US Army never sends only 12 soldiers… anywhere, except for maybe these robot soldiers: US Army Now Holding Drills With Ground Robots That Shoot
Now we know our tax dollars have hired a private army to secure the oil in Yemen for the elite NWO/JWO players without our knowledge.