A teacher talking about the devastating effects of the Saudi war on Yemen’s children.
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A British Journalist* remarks in her Facebook page as quoted downbelow:
#Yemen. Bani Quis, Hajjah. North Yemen. The starving children of Yemen. The Saudi blockade endorsed by the UN Security Council is slowly killing the Yemeni people.
* Vanessa Beeley a journalist and human rights activist
A message to the world: What are you going to do to stop the war against Yemen
The video was made more than 6 months ago, however, the crimes continued systematically by Saudi-Lead Coalition and backed by The U.S, U.K., Israel and other western countries.
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30 March 2016 at 8:41pm By Neil Connery: ITV News Correspondent On a bridge in Sana’a a crowd gathers around the aftermath of another airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition. Their faces peer through the hole punched through the road. Two lives were claimed here, they tell me. In the flats above the floor is…Details
March 30, 2016 Published in LA Times By: Sarah Leah Whitson Executive Director, Middle East and North Africa Division sarahleah1 One week before the Brussels terrorist attacks, a Saudi-led coalition bombed a market in Mastaba, Yemen. Although more people died in Mastaba than in Brussels — 106 versus 34 — the media and the…Details
By Carol Giacomo The New York Times April 11, 2016 2:16 pm Who is to blame when bombs kill civilians? The conflict in Yemen has become an albatross for the United States, and maybe worse. Human Rights Watch, the research and advocacy group, says that America may be complicit in war crimes. Technically, the United…Details
The American Conservative By Daniel Larison • April 19, 2016, 8:34 PM Nawal al-Maghafi reports on the situation in Yemen: Everywhere I went, from the Internally Displaced Persons camps to primary schools that had been turned into makeshift shelters, I was quickly surrounded as soon as people spotted my camera. Everyone offered the same plea:…Details