Back in 2021 The Biden administration removed the Houthis as a terrorist organisation from being blacklisted by the state department, and…
Back in 2021 The Biden administration removed the Houthis as a terrorist organisation from being blacklisted by the state department, and a year later the chaos it has caused, so why did Biden support terrorism and compromise the reputation of the US as a strong and reliable ally. The Houthis were categorised as terrorists by Trump and this had a positive effect in the Middle East region and the allies of US were protected and safe from drone attacks, until Biden became president.
- The Gulf states, in particular Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, are already under attack by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia in Yemen. The Biden administration removed the Houthis from the list of foreign terrorist organizations and has since refused to reclassify it as a terrorist organization, despite the missile and drone attacks on Washington’s Arab allies and friends as recently as this week.
- It is true that the United States wants to withdraw from the region, but Washington will then have given China, Russia and Iran unprecedented strength
- Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are leading internal and regional efforts to bring stability and moderation.
- The idiotic withdrawal from Afghanistan, which enabled the Taliban to seize control of the country, removing the Houthi militia from the terrorism list, seeking to remove the Iranian Revolutionary Guard from the list of terrorism, silence about Iranian bombing of Iraqi Kurdistan – these are very dangerous policies for the world and the Arab countries that support stability and peace.