Nobel Laureate Tawwakol Kamran of Yemen turns out to be a perfidious dirt-bag. Not surprising, otherwise she would never qualify for that sleazy prize.
Proven again that the Nobel "Peace" Prize is the opposite of what it stands for.
Tawakkol Kamran was given the title "Mother of Revolution" by puppet lovers during the "Arab Spring," stage-managed by the CIA. And now, after leaving Yemen, she is slandering the homegrown Yemeni revolution led by the guile of her sectarian mentality. She claims the Ansarullah uprising is a tool of Iran which is orchestrating this war. The woman has actually called on the US to play a "bigger role to halt the war and revive a political process." In other words, this hater of sovereignty is inviting the US to help establish another puppet government in her country. Of course, she has been calmly silent over Saudi Arabia's brazen interference, brutal bombings and numerous war crimes across Yemen.
In 2011 she strongly backed the NATO-Al Qaeda led invasion of Libya. Her corrupted education has robbed the humanity within her and blurred her insight; she finds nothing wrong with Libya's calamitous transformation from a peaceful, prosperous and independent welfare state to a land ravaged by anarchy, death and debris.
As expected, Kamran presently supports the downfall of President Bashar al-Assad in Syria. She is disappointed that the West isn't carrying out a similar Libya-type NATO led invasion and is trying to muster support for it.
Kamran visited the US in November 2014 and delivered a speech at CAIR (Council of American-Islamic Relations), the hub for Wahabi sympathizers and tale tellers in North America promoting sectarian divide. Back then CAIR was openly and fervently endorsing Al Qaeda (using the erroneous classification "Syrian opposition") against the Syrian government under Washington's protective umbrella. Goaded by CAIR, Kamran spoke much of her standard nonsense; also compared MB's Mohamed Morsi with Nelson Mandela. For her disgustingly crummy speech at CAIR, the Ikhras Foundation which announces the Muntazar Zaidi Ikhras Shoe Award bestowed the most appropriate prize upon this very unworthy woman. Writes Syrian Free Press, "The Muntadhar Zaidi Ikhras Shoe-Of-The-Month Award for November 2014 went to the Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Tawakkol Karman."
For those who may not recall .... Muntazar al-Zaidi was the young Iraqi journalist who threw a pair of his size 10 shoes at GWB during the latter's farewell visit to Iraq. GWB narrowly dodged the flying shoes which is viewed as his only "success" during his disastrous 8 years in the WH. Zaidi became a hero overnight in Iraq and in many other countries, to the extent that reportedly the then puppet government of Nouri al-Malki ordered to destroy those shoes fearing they could become a part of Iraq's popular history, too embarrassing and derogatory for America.