Saturday, January 17, 2015

The Yemeni President's Chief of Staff Was Abducted in Sanaa By Shiite Rebels Backed By Iran.


The Yemeni President's Chief of Staff Was Abducted in Sanaa By Shiite Rebels Backed By Iran.



By this type of move, the Iranian Regime would firstly try to put extra pressure on the Arab countries particularly Saudi Arabia with regards to the current cheap price of oil, the Saudi's interventionist behavior in different parts of the Middle East and North Africa and secondly show an extra iron fist to the USA and its Western allies in order to get a better deal with regards to the current nuclear negotiation.

Note: The backyard of Saudi Arabia is going to completely fall in the hand of the Iranian Regime. Should this happen, Iran would be one step closer to one of its main goals i.e. having fully control over the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. Not to mentioned that Iran has begun to increase its influence in Djibouti and Sudan since many years ago. If Iran would manage to do that, the Islamic Regime would be able to impose its demands not only on Saudi Arabia but also on most of the EU countries due to the fact that the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea would play an important role for the EU in terms of economic and geopolitical matters.

Thus: wake up and think carefully what a nuclear-armed Iran can do. 


Those, who are interested to know more about this particular issue (Iran's final plan for the Middle East), can read my essay entitled: "Iran should not get the nuclear bomb". 



M. Sirani                             17.01.2015