When USA and UAE military forces invaded southern Yemen and occupied the oil fields in the Shabwa province in 2017, the plan was to annex all the Yemeni oil reserves all together, including the major five shipping ports to export the loot.

According to Yemen’s news agency Saba, at that time a large contingency of U.S. troops and United Arab Emirates soldiers invaded the region and seized the gas and oil fields.

The USA has been providing weapons and military training as well as bombing coordinates to the Saudi-led invasion of Yemen since March 2015.

The goal of the USA and the UAE is to loot oil and gas in the province in order to bring the elected Yemeni government to its knees.

In short, take away assets and income, block and bomb international aid convoys and starve the people to death in order to blame the sitting government for the humanitarian disaster.

French newspaper Le Figaro reported that French special forces are present on the ground in Yemen joining forces from the United Arab Emirates annexing Yemen.

Tens of Millions of Yemeni citizens have been bombed into poverty, while a cholera epidemic was orchestrated to kill ten thousands Yemeni children.

Yemen is a strategic important country, because it safeguards the Saudi oil supply lines to Europe and China.

France, along with the USA and Britain, backs the Arab coalition in the Yemen conflict and provides weapons to both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.


Save the Children aid group said that an estimated 85,000 Yemeni children under the age of 5 may have died of hunger and cholera disease since the outbreak of war in 2015.

Saudi Arabia has set up an oil base in collaboration with the French Total company in the Southern parts of Kharkhir region near the Saudi border province of Najran and is exploiting oil from the wells in the region.

An British MP has accused the London government of having “blood on its hands” over the War in Yemen, but almost half of British people do not know the conflict exists.


Yemeni sources have revealed that the UAE has been trying to establish control over the strategic island of Socotra in the Arabian Sea, which Yemen’s resigned president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi had rented out to the Persian Gulf Kingdom for nearly a century.

According to the American news agency Associated Press, the UAE has new overseas bases on the African Continent and has been deploying expeditionary forces to Yemen and Afghanistan.

AB Canada Flash Point News 2019.

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