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League of Arab States

Post by Huojin » 01:34:56 Thursday, 27 April, 2017

LEAGUE OF ARAB STATES

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Post by Huojin » 01:44:05 Thursday, 27 April, 2017

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Brother nations of the Arab League, we have very recently seen a deep and startling betrayal of our ideals - of Arab solidarity, of strengthening cultural and historical ties, and of peace and unity in the face of exterior assault. In violation of the Khartoum Resolution, which sought to reinstate the Jeddah Agreement of 1965, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has shattered the prospects for peace in the Yemen Arab Republic, once again resuming its efforts to arm the tribal forces therein and throwing the nation into chaos. Moreover, they have done so with representatives and observers of three neutral Arab states already in Yemen - witnesses directly to this violation.

And yet it does not end there - for the Saudi Arabian government has not only aided in the attempted overthrow of an Arab nation, but has done so in cooperation with one of the greatest antagonists of the Arab people, the Shah of Iran.

Brother states, we call on the Arab League to demand recompense from Saudi Arabia for these wrongs - and, failing such an outcome, to suspend indefinitely Saudi Arabian membership of the Arab League.

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Post by Murtox » 01:30:11 Sunday, 30 April, 2017

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We would like to inform the rest of the Arab League that we didn't cooperate with the Iranians as some of you may have believed , but rather their intervention in Yemen surprises us as much as it does to you, now going to that matter of our intervention in Yemen, we would like to express that we have done so for the sake of the people and traditions of Yemen threatened by an ongoing war within its borders, that could well have lasted 6 more years , if it weren't because of our intervention in the affair , but we must recognize that we have violated a treaty and as such your trust in us has diminished and we understand it fully, but we will make clear that from now on we won't back off in Yemen and will look to improve the condition of the people of this fellow Arab State and such, the Kingdom of Saudia compromises to help in the development of the economy of the Kingdom of Yemen and give them support and the means to reach a good economic condition.

Now as for a recompense to the Arab League , we believe that it won't be necessary as our pledge to support Yemen would be worth many times that recompense , because the compensation that we will give to the fellow Arab States is that we will support the kingdom of Yemen and see that they are stable and growing economically. If that's isn't enough then , with all respect, we would have lost faith in the solidarity of our fellow Arab States.

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Post by Huojin » 02:01:48 Sunday, 30 April, 2017

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That the Saudi government is so utterly unrepentant for its gross betrayal of the principles of this organisation and its commitments to its fellow Arab states made both at Jeddah and at Khartoum is shocking in the extreme. The peaceful end of the war in Yemen was being prepared for, and yet the government in Riyadh saw fit to cast aside years of diplomatic struggle and compromise in favour of its self-centred agenda - and now preaches that it is thoroughly unapologetic for its actions, unwilling to seek a peace, and that the funds it will expend in exploiting the Yemeni people will make amends for their wrongs?

That every Arab nation save your own recognises the Yemen Arab Republic as the legitimate government speaks volumes to your isolation on this matter. Recompense is not for the League, sir, but for the Yemeni people - whose nation you and the Iranians have so wilfully cast back into conflict and destruction. That the war in Yemen has lasted as long as it has is due entirely to the presence of foreign arms and munitions - if it lasts longer, it shall now be entirely due to your actions once more opening Yemen to such.

Solidarity is a two-way street. The Arab world has stood united before in an end to foreign intervention in Yemen and support for the Republican government, and we have firm faith it will do so again. Lost faith? It is we who have lost faith in you. In your ability to act with reason and rationality. In your commitment to Arab unity and Arab goals. In your respect for your fellow Arab governments and the peaces and agreements brokered with them.

Make your bold comments all you wish. The truth can be read in black and white - Saudi Arabia has betrayed the Arab world.

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Post by Master of Oblivion » 10:22:18 Sunday, 30 April, 2017

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It is the stance of the Hashemite Monarchy that suspending Saudi Arabia for their interference in Yemen might be a step too far. The suspension of the Saudi government might lead to a dangerous precedent where our membership is depleted over time. We ask that the Saudi government stop any further involvement in the civil war. I propose that we instead focus upon the creation of a peaceful solution to a war that has divided the Arab People against each other. We therefore invite all interested parties to Amman for a peace conference.
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Re: League of Arab States

Post by Master of Oblivion » 19:08:49 Sunday, 30 April, 2017

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Having discussed this matter further with representatives from the Iraqi Republic in order to mediate a more moderate solution to this dispute, we have developed the following proposal for adoption by the Arab League:
  • The Arab League will impose moderate sanctions against Saudi Arabia.
  • The Arab League reaffirms its recognition of the Yemen Arab Republic as the legitimate government of North Yemen.
  • The Arab League declares it will send troops as an intervention force to stabilise the YAR - providing aid, assistance and logistical support, without engaging in combat.
  • We call upon both sides to engage in a ceasefire. The Arab League will seek a peaceful resolution that respects both sides of this conflict.
We hope that this will provide a temporary solution to bring stability to North Yemen that will provide the basis for a peace agreement that will end the fighting once and for all.
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Post by Huojin » 19:48:14 Sunday, 30 April, 2017

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We are willing to accept this position, and endorse it as a fruitful step forward for the Arab people to right the wrongs of the war in Yemen.

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Re: League of Arab States

Post by Murtox » 01:35:15 Saturday, 06 May, 2017

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia won't accept the treaty unless some changes are made for starters the sanctions imposed by the league must be specified, then we shall see if we will accept them and only because we indeed broke a treaty but only for the sake of its Arabian brothers in Yemen. Second, we believe that the Kingdom Yemen is apt to be recognized as the legitimate government in North Yemen not the Republican rebels. Third, If the Arab League sends troops to Yemen then you would no better than the Egyptians in continuing the conflict, we don't believe in said intervention by any means and would rather have a neutral party like the Red Cross take care of giving aid, in which case we will support it. And last, we won't accept or support a cease-fire unless all parties involved agree that at the end of the conference the Kingdom of Yemen will remain as a nation state and its government fully recognized by the parties present.

I hope we make ourselves clear that we don't like this proposal and would prefer to discuss another one in the hopes of keeping more lives from being wasted in the civil war in Yemen. Any questions will be answered accordingly

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Re: League of Arab States

Post by Huojin » 12:43:24 Saturday, 06 May, 2017

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Saudi agreement in this matter is not required, nor are you to be given a vote on the content of sanctions against you. The Arab League has spoken, and let it's disdain for Saudi actions be known. No Arab nation save yourselves recognises the rebels you claim represent the legitimate government of North Yemen - nor have they done since 1962 in almost all cases.

We urge Saudi Arabia to act with reason and work collaboratively with the Arab League towards a peaceful conclusion to the fighting in North Yemen - not pursuing this violent course which sets Riyadh alongside the Shah of Iran and against the Arab World as a whole. Your further refusal to accept a ceasefire is particularly troubling, and speaks of an unwillingness to compromise that shall only isolate your nation further. It is not too late to return to the fold and negotiate with your Arab brothers in peace and goodwill. Abandon this path of folly and aggression, we urge you.

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