Saudi frigate hit today by Houthi C802 missile off Yemen, reportedly in sinking condition


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Saudi frigate hit today by Houthi C802 missile off Yemen, reportedly in sinking condition

twitter.com/CavasShips/status/826154954767360000

Yea, there is a war going on in Yemen, and the US is involved.


#2

So strange you had to pull that off Twitter.


#3

Shame on the United States for selling billions of dollars of weapons to the Saudis, who are slaughtering civilians in Yemen, while the US media completely ignores it.

Pray for the poor people of Yemen, may their suffering bring them to the Lord Jesus Christ.

Pray for the people of the United States, that we would rid ourselves of the merchants of death who profit from the slaughter of civilians in the third world.

Pray for the people of Saudi Arabia, that they will be able to hear and celebrate the Gospel without fear of persecution.


#4

foxnews.com/world/2017/01/30/iran-backed-houthi-rebels-attack-saudi-warship-in-red-sea.html


#5

The weapon is made by the Chinese. Was it bought and sold by the American government?


#6

Iran did import C-802 anti-ship missiles from China {based on older French technology} yet, Iran wanted more accurate missiles. Iran turned to North Korea and jointly developed an upgraded version. These may be what Iran exported to the Houthis.

The USS Mason was fired upon off the coast of Yemen in Oct {by suspected C-802 missiles} but, thankfully none hit.


#7

PluniaZ was referring to the arms sold to Saudi Arabia used against Yemenis.


#8

I said, “Shame on the United States for selling billions of dollars of weapons to the Saudis.” Not the Houthis, who are apparently buying from the Chinese.

The United States sells billions of dollars worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia and its Persian Gulf allies every year.

reuters.com/article/us-usa-saudi-defense-congress-idUSKCN11R2LU


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