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Forgive me for wondering if it's hopeless to ask the U.K., the U.S. or that vile goat Erdogan's regime to investigate war crimes by the UAE, as that sounds like asking the fox to watch the henhouse. Those nations are so in bed with Saudi Arabia and the UAE that they would never hold their allies accountable, just as the cowards in the U.K. and U.S. corporate media are heavily funded by Saudi and Emirati investors and refuse to speak badly about their financial backers.

Just as a reminder, this thread has already shown in previous posts that even women and children were sometimes taken to those private, illegal prisons mentioned in the article, and many of those civilians just "disappeared", most surely either killed or sold as commodities in the sex-slave trade.
 

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Here's a relatively short article on how wealthy Wahhabists use think tank forums--with HEAVY support from Silicon Valley bosses--to try to normalize their sickening practices(sexual slavery chief among them) in mainstream Muslim communities, all the while striving to legitimize corrupt nations like Saudi Arabia and the UAE(both of whom have a BOOMING sex-slave trade) to the non-Islamic world. Of course, huge investments in corporate mainstream media(MSM) agencies from Oman, Qatar, the UAE and Saudi Arabia are enough to buy off the cowardly MSM's silence on ALL of the war crimes committed by the Coalition in Yemen.
 

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Everything from the article above is worthy reading, but the last sub-heading, in particular, focuses on the displacement and kidnaping of women, which is often done to sell them on the sex-slave market. As relevant as the coronavirus discussion is to our lives, I fear that it also serves as a pretext for the cowards in the corporate mainstream news to willfully ignore the vile wrongdoing that is detailed in the article.
 

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Among the many benefits that elitists gain from the coronavirus panic is that many people are much readier to ignore other crises that SHOULD be covered by the corporate mainstream media(MSM) but are now completely forsaken as news under the pretext that (literal) millionaire reporters are so very concerned about informing us on how we can save our lives.

Though ANY cases of sexual violence against women and children are horrific, just check out the 3rd paragraph of the report above. Amidst the several HUNDREDS of instances that were documented--and let's be mindful of the uncounted numerous violations that go undiscovered or unclaimed due to intimidation--there were only 2 cases attributed to the Popular Resistance and only 1 to Houthi rebel forces. The rest were committed by the U.K./U.S.-led Saudi forces and their various allies yet, somehow, the UN failed to punish Saudi Arabia even though their report showed that the sex crimes were clearly systemic within Saudi-led military ranks. If the UN is too scared to hold the Saudis/al-Qaeda accountable in public session, then you can be sure that the cowards in the MSM won't, either.
 

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Hello bruce goose. Any info about Saudis sending COVID-19 virus carriers to Yemen?
 

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Hello bruce goose. Any info about Saudis sending COVID-19 virus carriers to Yemen?
Will look for more information on that question. One thing we must not forget is that the psychopathic leaders of the KSA are certainly capable of such a vile act. We're talking about a nation where they have literally legalized it for a man to eat his own wife if he claims that he was starved and needed the food.
 

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Hello bruce goose. Any info about Saudis sending COVID-19 virus carriers to Yemen?
Will continue searching for that story because I saw one with a similar headline to the one you found but I don't recall where it was. Another factor to consider is that the Saudis, Emiratis and Qataris are HUGE investors in both Western media agencies and supposedly-free outlets in the Middle East. That being the case, it's entirely possible that a Saudi military commander or political leader spooke candidly off-the-cuff and then--after the story broke--the KSA P.R. team went into overdrive bribing and/or pressuring agencies into silence. A few google searches today have revealed nothing with regard to your question; however, Google and YouTube have become experts at filtering out certain search words whenever one of their allies is threatened with exposure......I hope that you and your loved ones are at least relatively safe in Norway(y)
 
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The report above is dated at December of last year, so it serves as sort of an end-of-year summation on the state of sex trafficking that occurs in Yemen. While it doesn't specifically name al-Qaeda amongst the armed gangs that engage in trafficking, it strongly insinuates that the official (Saudi puppet) government in Yemen is a participant and enabler in the trafficking. This thread has already shown, on numerous occasions, that the puppet government works hand in hand with al-Qaeda both for military purposes and as partners in the sex-slave trade. One could argue that the coronavirus scare offered a legitimate excuse for ignoring the illegal war of invasion and accompanying starvation crisis in Yemen, except the spineless cowards in the UK/US corporate media refused to say jack squat about the war even BEFORE Covid-19 became their flavor of the month.
 

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In response to the questions raised by concerned poster JaySix about 10 days ago, here is a detailed article from an independent media source about Saudi plans to weaponize Covid-19 in Yemen.

For those of you who understandably have suspicions that the coronavirus is being manipulated so that many governments can solidify their control over their citizenry, here's a short video to remind you of the confirmed dark reality that victims of al-Qaeda and ISIS(and other violent, psychopathic Wahhabist sects) deal with every day:

In this case, the Yazidi women of Iraq are at least given SOME outlet to express what they've endured, largely because Western powers have already taken over Iraq so the women's horror stories don't threaten the status quo. However, the women and children of Yemen don't get that benefit because the U.K. and U.S. governments have determined that the savage, subhuman Saudi Arabian regime is a trustworthy executioner to enforce the installation of glorious Western democracy in Yemen, so the cowards in the mainstream media bury their heads in the sand and pretend that the barbarities in Yemen don't even exist.
 

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This article portrays the Yemeni Resistance, a.k.a. the Houthis, as the villains and the Saudi puppet government and invasion force as the good guys. However, in this holy period for Christians and religious Jews around the world, I wanted to share a message of hope for a Yemeni nation that has a substantial Christian and Jewish population amidst the Muslim majority. Namely, that even a pro-Saudi publication has a VERY grim view of the corrupt kingdom's prospects for military success. Defeat couldn't come to a lousier bunch of lowlifes:cool:.
 

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My impression--based on the name of the organization and the tone of the article above--is that the people behind this group are genuinely saddened by the awful conflict in Yemen, but their big problem is the sources of information they are using. When you look for quotes from the U.S. State Dept. or even the UN(to a lesser degree) on this issue, it's almost like asking a politician to oversee corruption in his/her own organization:You'd be lucky to get even an ounce of co-operation.

When the State Dept. says "the Yemeni government hasn't done enough" to combat trafficking, they are referring to a Saudi puppet regime for a nation that has been an open ally with the U.S. since Reagan was in office...and OF COURSE they 'haven't done enough' because they're not even TRYING. Sex trafficking has been a fixture in Saudi Arabia(KSA) since even before they reached statehood in 1932. Now they use al-Qaeda as a bully arm to spread Saudi Wahhabist ideology all over the world and have been caught red-handed supporting and fighting alongside al-Qaeda thugs in Yemen.

The UN is somewhat more benevolent than the U.S. or U.K. regimes, yet it is funded by both along with millions in funds from the KSA. At least it is acknowledging the crisis to a certain degree, which is more than we can say for the cowards in the corporate mainstream media within the two self-proclaimed leaders of Western democracy.
 

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yazidis are our long lost ancient hindu brothers, go through this article below.......india will never reject them if they wish to seek shelter......we recently passed a bill in our parliament which enables indian citizenship to hindus from any country seeking asylum due to racial discrimination or are treated to the extent of being on the verge of vanishing.......

 

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yazidis are our long lost ancient hindu brothers, go through this article below.......india will never reject them if they wish to seek shelter......we recently passed a bill in our parliament which enables indian citizenship to hindus from any country seeking asylum due to racial discrimination or are treated to the extent of being on the verge of vanishing.......

That's all very commendable, but what about the racial discrimination in your country caused by Modi's law that saw two Muslim babies die because hospitals refused to treat them? Where in the world do Hindus get discrimnated against in that way? Certainly not in my (for want of a better term) Christian country.

If there is discrimination against them in Pakistan or Bangladesh it would be hardly surprising, but I doubt that, even there, medical treatment would be refused in such circumstances.
 

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^you clearly have no idea and you are highly misinformed.......india is a paradise for indian muslims......even muslims agree to that, only a few sick anti national elements under the cover of a british started party now headed by a cheap third rate italian bar dancer will disagree......indian muslims are treated like shit in pakistan, uae, arab nations and every islamic nation.......
 

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^you clearly have no idea and you are highly misinformed.......india is a paradise for indian muslims......even muslims agree to that, only a few sick anti national elements under the cover of a british started party now headed by a cheap third rate italian bar dancer will disagree......indian muslims are treated like shit in pakistan, uae, arab nations and every islamic nation.......
Who are you trying to convince? Yourself? It may be a paradise for some Indiam Muslims, but I've been there and seen it for myself, so please don't tell me that I'm "misinformed." Hopefully it's improved in the years since but, judging by some of the reports I've seen lately, I doubt it.
 

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Though TF stats show that this thread has had lots of 'lurkers' over the years, there haven't been many posters. Whoever posts here is welcome to share his/her personal views, but I humbly request that we stay on topic. If there is a similar crisis in other countries where the corporate mainstream media(MSM) has been willfully silent, then THAT would be relevantly similar enough to merit inclusion here.


The article above details one of the facilities where female sex slaves were incarcerated before being shipped to their ultimate destinations. This took place before the Yemeni Resistance overpowered Saudi invasion forces and drove them out of that region. The recurring theme is the open co-operation between Coalition military soldiers and al-Qaeda. Even BEFORE the covid-19 scare, the MSM in the U.K. and U.S. refused to acknowledge that disgusting, poorly-disguised secret. Now the non-stop virus reportage serves as the ideal excuse to ignore the brutal war crimes of the Coalition.
 

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This article was written during the supposed two-year transitional government of Abd Rabbuh Mansur al-Hadi, who was later ousted when it was revealed that he was a puppet of Saudi Arabia(KSA), and he now lives in Riyadh, the KSA capital. I chose al-Jazeera because they at least have an outer veneer of credibility as a well-organized media agency with roots in the Middle East, and there IS some decent reportage in this article with some very important details included, most notably that KSA residents are the most prominent buyers in the sex-slave market.

However, al-Jazeera unfortunately has some major financial backing from KSA investors, so there's a limit to how strongly they'll ever criticize the sitting KSA regime, and it's somewhat surprising they even exposed the KSA at all in this article. Perhaps it was because the war of invasion hadn't yet begun, so al-Jazeera didn't have to do so much damage control for the Saudi regime's reputation. Regardless, they failed to mention that KSA leaders are the primary founders and enablers for al-Qaeda and ISIS terrorists who conduct the sex trafficking pipeline. With Covid-19 now offering a catch-all excuse to neglect any sincere journalistic investigation, al-Jazeera can keep company with its cowardly colleagues in the U.K. and U.S.
 

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Perhaps because it's Mothers' Day in North America, I just don't have it within me to delve deeply into such a sad, morbid topic, but the victims in Yemen get VERY little respite from the Coalition's war of invasion, so they deserve to have their story heard, even if it's just a one-minute clip like the one above. If you're already familiar with the Coalition invasion of Yemen, you can use this short video to introduce the harsh reality of that war to a friend who may not have known about it, thanks to the cowardly silence of the corporate mainstream media who are often heavily funded by wealthy investors from the countries that have instigated this illegal war.

The YouTube poster most likely cares sincerely for sex trafficking victims in Yemen; however, I wish that he/she were much more honest about the Yemeni (Saudi)puppet government's direct complicity in the sex-slave trade instead of repeating U.S. State Dept. talking points that it's only rogue criminals who are organizing this trafficking, as opposed to al-Qaeda thugs who are trained and/or backed by the Saudi and Emirati governments.
 

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Here is a report that directly accuses the Saudi and UAE governments(and, implicitly, their trained al-Qaeda thugs) of facilitating the sex-slave trade in Yemen, and it provides ample evidence to support those charges. Naturally, this is an independent and NOT a corporate-owned mainstream media(MSM) agency; otherwise, the Emiratis and Saudis would never be held accountable. I wonder if those cowards in the MSM ever get bored with reading government-screened bullshit reports from teleprompters instead of breaking REAL stories like journalistic heroes of the past did.
 

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This article was posted on independent media outlet MintPress News, and it represents a harsh reality about how the global economic crisis manufactured by the covid-19 conspiracy is spreading financial death not only for more traditional smaller businesses but for free, non-corporate media agencies, too. This thread was inspired because--several years ago--journalist Catherine Shakdam went on an independent, internet news program to discuss the U.K./U.S.-led Coalition invasion of Yemen and how it had allowed al-Qaeda to set up sex slavery trafficking there...and her open-minded colleagues were unaware that the war itself was even going on!!!

The flow of information was so restricted by the huge, corporate mainstream media(MSM) agencies, in order to protect their Saudi and Emirati investors' interests, that it took leaked social media photos of severe human rights abuses in Yemen over the course of a few months before word finally got out about the U.K. and U.S.' hideous alliance with their extremist Wahhabist cohorts. Even now, the invasion of Yemen gets only passing mention on the MSM as part of their "out of sight, out of mind" strategy. The sharing of truth is one of our only accessible tools to fight against the MSM's silence and whitewashing of evil.
 
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