A coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates began an assault early Wednesday on the Yemeni city of Hudaydah, seeking to oust Iranian-backed Houthi rebels who control the strategic port. Continue reading “Saudi-led Arab Countries Launch Biggest Attack on Yemeni City Hudaydah”
Of the several humanitarian crises unfolding in the world, it is the catastrophe in Yemen that is most consistently ignored. Continue reading “Millions Of Dying Yemenis Being Ignored Because The Murderer Is Saudi Arabia”
Societies pick and choose their outrage. What is one day considered barbaric is met with a collective yawn the next. Continue reading “11 Pictures That Will Open Your Eyes About Saudi Evil War On Yemen”
Saudi Arabia has threatened economic retaliation against countries that back a UN resolution setting up an international probe into war violations in Yemen. Continue reading “Saudi Arabia ‘threatens countries’ that back UN investigation into Yemen massacre.”
The Ministry of Human Rights confirmed that 10,373 citizens were killed by the direct bombing of the aggression alliance, while the number of those who died as a result of the aggression and the siege are 247 thousand citizens due to lack of medicines and the spread of epidemics and malnutrition and kidney failure. Continue reading “More than 275,000 civilians killed by Saudi aggression in Yemen – Muslim world just stay silenced.”
While the media attention has been focused on the death of one US serviceman who was killed during a raid in Yemen, one of the most tragic casualties of the assault ordered by President Donald Trump was an eight-year-old girl.
The raid took place over the weekend, as US forces attempted a “site exploitation” attack that attempted to gather intelligence on Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), the extremist group behind several high-profile terror attacks, including the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris in two years ago.
Though the United States hailed the operation as a success, reports from Yemen would seem to indicate that the price paid by Yemeni civilians and non-combatants was extraordinarily high. Continue reading “‘Don’t cry mama, I’m fine’- dying last words of an 8 years old Yemeni little girl as she was being shot and killed by US soldiers”