Saudi Crown Prince MBS: We won’t let ‘a second Hezbollah’ in Yemen

The warmongering Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, often simply referred to as MBS, emphasized that the Saudi-led war against 27-million Yemenis will continue.
Notorious for being Saudi Arabia’s main policymaker, MBS told Reuters late on Wednesday that the oil-rich Saudi Arabia shall continue the war against Yemen to prevent the creation of a second Hezbollah, adding: “… Yemen poses more dangerous risks [for us] than Lebanon.”
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), a longtime US ally in the Middle-East region and infamous for supporting Al Qaeda and ISIS terrorist groups, ironically designated Iranian-backed Hezbollah a terrorist organization.
“the situation in Yemeni is crucial for us. Because if something happens in Bab el-Mandeb, %10 of global economy will collapse, and this is a crisis,” Reuters quoted Bin Salman as saying.
Saudi Arabia has waged a ruthless campaign against Yemen, the most impoverished Arab nation in March 2015 in order to restore Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, a Saudi protégé to office.
The Saudi-led war on Yemen has led so far to the death of nearly 7,000 Yemeni innocent civilians and the injury of 35,000 others and left millions internally displaced.
Furthermore, MBS referred to the bitter rift which erupted between Riyadh and Qatar, saying: “the problem with Qatar has not deterred foreign investors from Saudi Arabia’s markets,” adding, “Qatar is a very, very, very small issue.”

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