When I arrived in the United States, I was already a citizen of the United Kingdom.
I knew that the United Nations Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination, or the U.N. Convention on Inter-American Relations, or CAIR, was a source of prejudice and discrimination in the country I was living in.
I also knew that, at least for a time, I had been living in the Middle East.
For those of you who are not aware, CAIR is a group of Sunni Muslim extremists, which is the largest and most extreme Islamist organization in the U.
“A month after I arrived, CAIS issued a press release announcing that it would not allow me to work in Saudi Arabia because of my religion.
I had a job at a bank, and I was in my late 30s.
I was a British citizen.
CAIR has a mandate to “combat radicalisation and extremism”.
The reason they say I am not allowed to work is because I am British.
The reason that I am in the middle of Saudi Arabia is because of CAIR.
The Saudi government, which has no business whatsoever with me, I would say is a partner.
I have no problem with the Saudi government in terms of the situation, but in terms that they have been trying to bring about for my life, it’s absolutely ridiculous.
The Saudis are an occupying force in the region.
The people of Saudi and the people of the Gulf are not fighting.
The war in Yemen, in Syria, is about oil.
And that is the war, but the war in the Arabian Peninsula, which we fought in Iraq, in Yemen is about who has the right to rule and control what’s left of the Arabian peninsula.
If there is a war in one part of the world, then the Saudi Arabia-led coalition is not fighting that war.
That’s a complete fabrication.
This is not a war between countries, this is a coalition.
I do not accept this.
They want to bring in an Arab-Muslim army, they want to send their people in to fight against the Houthis, they’re arming them and supplying them with weapons, and that is a very serious allegation.
That is a fabrication.
They say I’m a terrorist, but I’m not a terrorist.
I am a member of the British army, I’m an officer.
So, this whole accusation that I’m going to fight for the Saudi regime, which, if they really wanted to do that, they could have done it at the time, that’s a very, very serious accusation.
And this is what they are trying to do now in Yemen.
They are trying, for the first time, to have the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the United Jordan (Jordan) intervene in Yemen to protect the Saudi-led regime and their war.
The U.S. has been working with Saudi Arabia for decades, it has a long record of supporting this war, which in a way is very hypocritical and quite ironic.
The fact is that they are the ones that are the main aggressors in Yemen and the main instigators in the conflict, but they don’t care about the victims of this war.
They care about themselves and their own interests.
I think they should be ashamed of themselves.
They should be very ashamed of this country.
This has been going on for decades and years, and they have failed to make any progress towards resolving the crisis.
The situation has gotten worse every day, and this war is a sign of that.
The conflict has been worsening, and the international community has been doing nothing to solve the crisis, because the Saudi people, the Saudi military, the Saudis themselves, have been complicit in the crisis and they’re trying to prevent any kind of international pressure from being brought to bear on them.
This war is an example of why the United Nation Security Council must intervene.
This conflict is a clear sign of a war, and it is a flagrant violation of the resolutions of the U,N.
Security Council and the U.,N.
High Commissioner for Human Rights.
This war is being driven by the Saudi war on Yemen and by the fact that the Saudi and UAE governments are doing their best to prevent the international press and international organisations from speaking out against this war and to bring pressure on them to cease this war that they’re waging against the Yemeni people.
There is a reason why the war has escalated.
The Houthis are the Houthi military wing, and what’s happening in Yemen now is a proxy war between the Houths and the Yemeni government.
There has been a massive transfer of arms, money and personnel from the Houthin military wing into the hands of the Houthist forces.
So there has been the transfer of thousands of Saudi military personnel, hundreds of Saudi security personnel, and also hundreds of Iranian military personnel.
And the Saudis have also been arming the Houthie forces with arms and weapons, in the form of F-16 fighter jets, and