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Why Yemen Matters

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Submitted by BALARABE ABBA (Nigeria), Mar 29, 2015 at 14:33

Why not IS matters? with all atrocities committed by them (IS) Saudi Arabia never directly take any military action on them. Is Saudi and its allies not really behind IS? When we look at Yemen the crisis is for now only Yemen's internal problem, but IS is devastatingly global. There is some kind of hypocrisy and conspiracy. In the same manner Israel never take IS serious and IS hardly attack Israel's interest since their inception despite the proximity. Something fishy Mr. Pipes.


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Daniel Pipes replies:

ISIS matters - and I have written about it often since it burst on the world scene in June 2014. May I not now write about Yemen too without arousing your suspicions?

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