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Suicide bombings in Yemeni mosques kill more than 130

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As stated, Iran- a terrorist sponsored state spreads its wings, and ISIS seeks to please the Sunni Muslim (Saudi & Gulf states) for their further supports. For Obama who pulled the troop from Iraq, called ISIS as "JV", draw the red line on Assad to nowhere, called Yemen's policy a success just to see it is falling apart, bombed Libya to give new life to ISIS, and now befriend with Iranian Mullahs for stability? A Pandora box has opened for the Sunni to crave for nuclear capability as Iran. Obama's kindergarten foreign policy produces a very dangerous world into the future.

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Maybe we can get the Shiites in Yemen battling these animals as well.

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Wow, the Shiite-Sunni war is in full swing.

And Obama still thinks that helping Iran to become the nuclear superpower of the area is a good idea.

These smoldering mosques should give him an idea about what the Sunnis think about that...

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And Obama still thinks that helping Iran to become the nuclear superpower of the area is a good idea.

This just shows you've been brainwashed by faux news. It's exactly the opposite of the truth.

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Strangerland:

" This just shows you've been brainwashed by faux news. It's exactly the opposite of the truth. "

I am afraid you are the one who is believing "faux news". What exactly is the "truth" that you want to tell us? That the bombing in Yemen is not an expression of the Sunni-Shia war? That Obamas planned agreement with Iran will not pave the way for Irans bomb? That the Sunnis in the region are as horrified by the idea of Iran being a nuclear power as Israel is? Seriously? Something else?

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We'll see a lot of revisionists as we ramp up to 2016, such as:

For Obama who pulled the troop from Iraq...

people who remember history very poorly (America was quite clearly asked to leave, and those who think some 40,000 US troops in a hostile land with no SOFA would have made a difference are delusional); and:

Obama still thinks that helping Iran to become the nuclear superpower of the area is a good idea

people with unicorn and rainbow visions of Iran effectively abandoning their sovereignty; when informed that the alternative to the current negotiations is quite likely war, they act all indignant and pretend that war is not their intention at all.

We'll see if American voters recall the Iraq war so fondly that they're willing to invade its much larger neighbor.

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I am afraid you are the one who is believing "faux news". What exactly is the "truth" that you want to tell us? That the bombing in Yemen is not an expression of the Sunni-Shia war? That Obamas planned agreement with Iran will not pave the way for Irans bomb? That the Sunnis in the region are as horrified by the idea of Iran being a nuclear power as Israel is? Seriously? Something else?

I already said it. That the quote you made was the opposite of the truth. Re-read the quote, reverse it, and that's what I'm telling you.

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Those dogg-gone savages are @it again.

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The Sunni-Shia split of this religion is going to send the whole region into a living hell.

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Perpetual war along with perpetual consumption is the name of the game. Keep the ants working, buying, divided and afraid, so a "better way" is never allowed enter the discourse.

Rather pathetic if you ask me.

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Faux (FOX) news and all of the RIGHT WING, REPUBLICAN, jingoist, war mongers want us to go to war with IRAN, when Iran and the USA need each other, and maybe that nutcase in ISRAEL, Benny Netaninyahu, might also love to see the USA blow up Iran, but most Americans are not that silly. Most Sunni countries also do not want to be overthrown by ISIS etc...but this is all very disturbing and it should not be a Sunni vs. Shia war but a ALL Muslim vs all of these scum in ISIS, Al Qaeda etc...hunt to put these cold blooded murdering bastards, in their place.

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Shiite rebels known as Houthis have taken over the capital, Sanaa, and nine of the country’s 21 provinces over the past six months, raising fears of a civil war tinged with sectarianism.

""Raising fears " I would venture to say the civil war started six months ago === Who wrote this ??? LOL

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Elbudo:

" Faux (FOX) news and all of the RIGHT WING, REPUBLICAN, jingoist, war mongers want us to go to war with IRAN, when Iran and the USA need each other, and maybe that nutcase in ISRAEL, Benny Netaninyahu, might also love to see the USA blow up Iran, but most Americans are not that silly. "

Good grief, what kind of phantasy world do you live in. Firstly, nobody wants to "go to war with IRAN", but in case you missed it, the Iranian theocracy has been at war with the Western world and Israel since Khomeinis revolution. And Fox news has nothing to do with that, other than perhaps reporting a tad more critically on your potus than the other networks with their thorough liberal bias.

And no, the Sunnis in the region do not want Iran to have nukes. Saudi Arabia is already openly mulling its own nuke program in response to the Iranian one, and there are rumours that the Saudis would allow Israeli jets to fly over their airspace to take out Iranian installations should that happen. But it is probably too late for that. Thanks to Barrak Husseins appeasement, the most likely future is that the whole region goes nuclear.

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