Yemen's Houthis ready for talks if air strikes stop: senior member

April 5th, 2015  
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Topic: Yemen's Houthis ready for talks if air strikes stop: senior member

By Yara Bayoumy CAIRO (Reuters) - Yemen's Houthis are ready to sit down for peace talks as long as a Saudi-led air campaign is halted and the negotiations are overseen by "non-aggressive" parties, a senior Houthi member said. Saleh al-Sammad, who was an adviser to President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi, also told Reuters in emailed answers that Yemenis reject the return of Hadi, who escaped to Saudi Arabia after Shi'ite Houthi fighters edged closer to his southern base of Aden last month. U.N. brokered peace talks in the preceding weeks between Hadi and the Houthis had failed.

April 5th, 2015  
The Houthi Movement was anti west in the beginning but now is ultra anti west.

Also they have been many times more effective in combating Al Qaeda (yes jihadist groups kill each other as well) than the U.S. war on terror in Yemen.

Also Saudi Arabia is dropping U.S. made munitions on the Houthi's and this is an example of their frustrations here. (Yes, Houthi's are not so stupid they can't read made in North Carolina on an munitions canister and realize how it got there).

The Sauds need to knock it off and leave the border there as is, not saying they should be denied self defense, but this war is getting more ridiculous by the week.

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