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Alistair Reign: Saudi Arabia’s Crimes Of Inhumanity

This playlist exposes the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Royals for a staggering number of Crimes against Humanity on their Citizens and Immigrant Workers. Includes coverage of their War Crimes committed in Yemen and other foreign countries, including the International Crimes of counties selling weapons to the Saudis. 

This is a continuous news feed updated regularly. The window will open to the latest video, and play through to the last. You can always fast forward and rewind. Each video varies in length from 2:00 min up to 1:30 hours.

Alistair Reign Playlists bring you the news from the source. Watch, listen, learn and stay informed.

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  • Iraq was a goddamn mess. The Iran-Iraq war destroyed the economy, killed boatloads of people and left people impoverished. The first Gulf War resulted in mass destruction and worse oppression (and more poverty). The 1990's and its sanctions regime was devastating, with a breakdown of services, death of countless children through preventable diseases ... it was just awful.
  • Sekouba Bambino is a West African music icon, and managed to aid police in identifying the hotel attackers in Mali.
  • The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced that the Centre for Commercialization of Regenerative Medicine (CCRM) will receive $20 million – under the Advanced Manufacturing Fund (AMF) – to establish and operate the Centre for Advanced Therapeutic Cell Technologies. January 13, 2006. (Photo: Adam Scotti). AlistairReignBlog.com
  • A young boy, injured while fleeing from clashes, rests at a medical clinic inside the United Nations compound on the outskirts of the capital Juba in South Sudan. UN diplomats said as many as 500 people have been killed in violence that is believed to be largely along ethnic lines. (Hakim George/Reuters)
  • The continued aggression of Saudi Arabia against civilians in Yemen and the use of cluster munitions in violation of the UN Convention highlight the relations among human rights, arms control, and conflict resolution through good-faith negotiations. After a very short humanitarian ceasefire and proposed negotiations in Geneva aborted, the geopolitical situation in and around Yemen is largely unchanged.
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  • Outcry as Oromo protests in Ethiopia turn violent: One Oromo farmer from Sululta, a town part of the “integrated master plan” located 26 kilometers (16 miles) to the north of Addis Ababa, spoke to DW on condition of anonymity. He claimed that in late November alone, the government evicted 600 farming families on the grounds that their land was needed for the construction of a factory. When asked if they had received fair compensation and a new home, the farmer told DW that the money given to them was “very meager,” and that the families had so far not been given a place to relocate to.
  • Surrendered Turkish soldiers who were involved in the coup are beaten by a civilian on Bosphorus bridge in Istanbul, Turkey, July 16, 2016. Reuters
  • In many areas of Yemen, devastated by conflict, ongoing insecurity hampers WFP’s efforts to get food to the people in need. Photo: WFP/Ammar Bamatraf
  • Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a joint media availability with President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto.
  • Yemen woman in bright scarf and hat, "War humiliated my daughter." Aunt Khemissa argument.
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  • Srinagar, Aug 5: Fresh incident of firing has been reported from Kashmir’s Budgam region where at least 150 people have been left injured. Unfortunately, three of the protesters have been killed in firing by the security forces. The incident has further escalated tensions in the valley.

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  • In episode two he addresses the assassination of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, and the humanitarian catastrophe in the impoverished Republic of Yemen. Minhaj warns America to reconsider their attitude toward Saudi Arabian crown prince Mohammed bin Salman.
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