Most of the Middle East has been on fire for some time, with most of the heat these days up in Syria and Northern Iraq. However, things have really been heating up down south between Yemen and Saudi Arabia.
Fox News has reported that at dawn, this morning, Yemen launched a missile into Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia air defense systems intercepted and destroyed the missile and then they launched a counter attack and destroyed the platform inside of Yemen from which the missile was launched.
Saudi Arabia recently announced that they’ll be joining Western and Russian forces in Syria in the fight against ISIS, and terrorists in Yemen have intensified their attacks on the Kingdom in response.
U.S. President Hussein Obama continues to arm “moderate” rebels in Syria, who take the weapons he gives them, at U.S. tax payers’ expense, and hop sides and join ISIS as quickly as they can get them.
Look for things to intensify in this region, and don’t be surprised if Iran doesn’t get more involved in the mix as well, as their recent flooding of oil into the markets with Hussein Obama’s lifting of sanctions on Iran will flood the market, continue to drive prices lower, and intensify the oil wars.