Fraught With Defeat And Shame In Yemen, Saudi Regime Employs Private Military Firms

44448028420482093482039Abu Dhabi— Dhahi Khalfan, the controversial deputy chief of Dubai Police posted a tweet on his Tweeter account declared an agreement was recently forged between Mohammad Bin Salman–the deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia and minister of defense–and Academy, a notorious American security company formerly known as Blackwater.

According to these ignominious revelations, Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has brokered a deal between the Saudi regime and Blackwater founder Erik Prince —a resident of UAE— and Craig Nixon the company’s incumbent CEO.

Amid the intense public pressure in Saudi Arabia after a year of all but unsuccessful Saudi-led Operation ‘Decisive Storm’ against Yemeni civilians, the hapless Saudi regime pleads 1400 Academy security servicemen for help ,signing a long-term deal worth $ 539 million.

Riyadh desires to subdue the local Yemeni tribes which petrodollar held no allure for them and instead owe allegiance to their Yemeni national army, revolutionary Committees and did not bow to Saudi political whims. The Saudi regime also vowed to wield its enormous influence among al-Qaeda militants in Yemen to prevent any attack against Academy mercenaries.

Lt Gen. Khalfan said that Saudi government is obliged to compensate each dead Academy mercenary family with $ 300.000, whereas a mere bagatelle of $ 35,000 is being paid for local Yemeni mercenaries and $ 150,000 for any foreign fighters.


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