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Trump signs $380bn weaponry deal with Saudi’s regime,
diffuser of criminal Wahhabism,
best terrorist-gangs’ supporter in Middle East.


This just mean: Money for the USA war lobby, Weapons for Terrorism, Death for Middle Eastern Peoples
… and beyond …

Trump arrives in Saudi Arabia to reset ties

US President Donald Trump gets a royal Saudi welcome during his first foreign trip since taking office in January.

US First Lady Melania Trump, First daughter Ivanka Trump and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson are among those accompanying the president in the trip. The Saudi King Salman personally welcomed Trump at the airport. The two sat together in the Saudi Royal court. Finalizing a U-S proposed arms deal worth billions of dollars is on the trip’s agenda. Riyadh is a major importer of US arms and has used them to wage one of the most horrible wars on the Yemeni nation killing thousands of civilians.


Under siege in Washington,
Trump reaps Saudi arms deal, stronger ties

US President Donald Trump has traveled to Saudi Arabia in his first trip abroad. Trump and the Saudi king signed a controversial multi-billion dollar arms deal amid Riyadh’s bleak human rights record.
The arms agreement would funnel arms worth up to 3-hundred billion dollars into Saudi Arabia over the next ten years. This is while Riyadh has unleashed a horrible war against its southern neighbor Yemen since March 20-15. Over 12-thousand Yemenis have fallen victim to the brutal war which goes on amid international silence. Riyadh is the biggest arms importer from the United States. Trump would travel to Israel, Italy, and Belgium after leaving Saudi Arabia.


Trump visits Saudi Arabia first, signs $380bn deal

Donald Trump’s received a lavish, royal welcome in Saudi Arabia, where he’s kicking off his first foreign tour as U.S. president. Trump’s signed a number of defence and business deals totalling in excess of $380bn, including an arms deal worth $110bn. Trump is the first American president to make Saudi Arabia, or any Muslim-majority country, his inaugural stop overseas and he’s pleased with his progress so far. READ MORE: https://on.rt.com/8c79


the show must go on

Saudi Night Fever:
Trump steps out with traditional Arabian sword dance

US President Donald Trump was spotted enjoying himself with dancers in a traditional Saudi sword ‘Ardha’ performance, Saturday, on his first overseas visit as president to Riyadh. Earlier in the day, Trump was decorated with the kingdom’s top civilian honour after a warm reception by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and the Saudi royal family. The two leaders also signed a series of agreements aimed at boosting their countries’ military and economic partnerships. 


WHO warns of 300,000 Cholera cases in Yemen within 6 months

The World Health Organization says the Cholera epidemic in Yemen could reach 300-thousand cases within six months.
A representative of the U- health agency has warned of an extremely high death toll, describing the outbreak as unprecedented. At least 242 people have died of cholera across Yemen over the past three weeks alone. Tens of thousands of others have been diagnosed with the disease. Humanitarian organizations say Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen and its crippling sea and naval blockade are to blame for the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen. According to the U-N, one child dies every ten minutes from preventable causes in the Arab country. This, as the United States is set to give the go-ahead for a huge controversial arms deal with Saudi Arabia.


 

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