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The Middle East
The Bottomless Cynicism of Saudi Diplomacy

Saudi Arabia’s actions in Yemen expose the hypocrisy of its humanitarian pretensions at the United Nations and in other international forums.

Published on: November 22, 2017
Eylon A. Levy is a news anchor and correspondent at i24NEWS.
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  • SeaAyeA

    Saudi chops heads off. Iran hangs them from cranes. China jails dissidents and somehow their organs end up for sale. US/UK/France drone strikes weddings. There is no such thing as a UN Human Rights Council. There is such a thing as a UN Human Rights Council Comedy Club. It’s just terrible joke.

  • Psalms13626

    The enemy of my enemy for now is my friend for now. Only the very powerful and the privileged do not see the world that way.

    • D4x

      Iran Sees Its Rivals Uniting as Israel Talks Up Saudi Ties
      Bloomberg-9 hours ago
      “The aim is to prepare public opinion for a joint attack against Lebanon’s Hezbollah.” In a sign of Iran’s desire to avoid an
      escalation, the influential hardline daily Kayhan was briefly shut down after it applauded the Houthi missile launch and suggested Saudi Arabia’s Gulf ally, the United Arab Emirates, [ …]

      Eylon A. Levy admits he wrote this odd lesson on “The Bottomless Cynicism of Saudi Diplomacy” “for the relatively dull-witted”.

      Some of TAI’s subscribers know that Houthi missile launched from Yemen was Made in Iran

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