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Why Yemen is the next war front.
By Gary Vey for viewzone (posted January 5, 2010)

As an here at viewzone I get to write and publish lots of
interesting stories. Some authors write stories to promote a book or CD.
Others want to be credited with a discovery of something, usually in
the field of science or history. Occasionally though, a story must be
told because it is ripe — its time has come — and that is why I have
decided to write this true story about Yemen.

In the past couple of days, Yemen has been in the news. Following a
botched terror attack by a Nigerian who once visited Yemen, Senator
Lieberman and have told the American public that this
country is the next war front. In no time at all there will be military
advisors, equipment and soldiers on the ground, just like in . And
like Iraq, the real agenda for being there will be hidden from you. That
is, until you read this.

Soon you will hear many things about Yemen. The media will paint a
picture of this country and its people as the new home of Al Qeada, and
you will believe what they say. Why wouldn’t you?

Yemen is the poorest country in the Arabian peninsula. It’s located on
the map below . Despite it proximity to the rich oil nation,
Yemen is too far south to benefit from the rich oil deposits. It’s hot
and dry and water is scarce. The Yemeni people are mostly tribal, as
they have been for centuries. There’s really no reason anyone would
vacation in Yemen. Unless you have family there, you would likely never
go to Yemen.

But I have.

In 2001 I was the guest of the Yemeni government because I had
accidentally made a discovery that I had no right to make. I discovered
strong evidence that the Ark of the Covenant is buried in an
archaeological site in a desert outpost called Marib.

Read further at: http://mondovista.com/yemenasitisx.html