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The Saudis continue to starve Yemenis after deliberately killing nearly 400,000 civilians.
If the Exodus of the Israelites was a historical story, then surely it did not take place in ancient Egypt ...
Foreign Minister in the Saudi-backed government, Ahmed Bin Mubarak, will be facilitating arrangements for the release of prisoners.
Crude oil prices have surged above the 120 US dollars level, as reports of retaliatory missile and drone strikes by the Yemeni Armed Forces and allied fighters against Saudi oil storage facilities in Saudi Arabia.
A report claims some 161,000 people are likely to experience “catastrophic levels of hunger,” while 19 million people would likely be unable to meet their minimum food needs. The report warns that a shocking 2.2 million children could be severely malnourished by the end of the year in Yemen.
Press TV: A senior Iranian cleric says the West is shedding crocodile tears for Ukraine while keeping silent on the atrocities committed by Saudi Arabia, in particular its recent mass execution.
Saudi Arabia launched the war on the Yemeni population since 2015, and the last time I checked, Arnold Schwarzenegger never said a single word.
“Ukraine is not the worst act of war since World War II. It’s not even the worst war going on right now,” wrote Sri Lanka-based journalist Indi Samarajiva, referring to Syria and Yemen; “It’s just the worst to happen to white people.”
"HYPOCRISY. The air is rank with it."
Sanaa's ambassador to Syria, Abdullah Sabri, said what is known about the American policy is that it is based on stoking wars and creating crises in all countries of the world according to its interests.
The War in Yemen needs to end immediately, this is an unjust war that is creating a huge human catastrophe. The only way to accomplish this is to end all military aid and sales that would support the war in Yemen by the UAE/Saudi Coalition.
Why did Biden break his promise to end the Saudi/UAE genocide of Yemen?
Mindful of the botched policy it had pursued in Libya and Syria, and aware of the catastrophe it had wrought in the Middle East region, the Obama administration had to yield to the dictates of Saudi Arabia and UAE.
When the empire cries crocodile tears about human rights and humanitarian catastrophes, you can be sure they're the ones who created the problem in the first place.
On the night of December 7, Saudi citizens did not sleep well, as the country suffered an intense air attack of unprecedented scale from neighboring Yemen.
The Saudis will never starve Yemen into submission.
The country that lost the war now intends to avenge its defeat against Lebanon since Lebanon stood by the oppressed nation that has been under invasion for eight years and whose country has been destroyed amid attempts by some parties to make it surrender.
The UN is a joke. "Human rights" is dead.
Turkish edition Anadolu: The attempted conquest of Yemen was a “PR attempt” in which the Saudi Crown Prince was soon to enter the Yemeni capital as a “conqueror” and through this success would gain the Saudi throne.
The Empire started the wars of rockets and drones, but the Resistance will finish them.
"Yemen" is Saudi Arabic for "Vietnam."
Yemen’s minister of oil and minerals has said more than $76 billion of Yemen’s oil and gas revenues has been looted since the beginning of the Saudi-led war on the Arab country.
The secretary-general of Lebanon’s resistance movement of Hezbollah says the Zionist-American axis is still seeking to realize its dream of stretching the areas under the Israeli regime’s occupation from the Nile to the Euphrates.
Jim W. Dean - If little Yemen can dish this level of resistance out to the Saudis, just imagine what the Iranians could do in a major shooting war.
The president has stopped supporting the Saudi-led coalition bombing Yemen, but must also restore U.S. assistance for the struggling country, activists say.
Dan Yaseen, host of Speaking Truth to Empire, speaks with Professor Shireen Al-Adeimi.
The United Nations has removed the Saudi-led coalition from a blacklist for killing and injuring children in Yemen.
Jim W. Dean - The Saudi-UAE Yemen war has become the biggest cease fire joke of all time.
Jim W. Dean - I was not aware that the UAE was offering billions to Syria, under the cover of Covid aid, to fund an offensive against the Turks inside Syria.
Jim W. Dean - Delusions of grandeur is a disease that has infected the Persian Gulf for some time.
UNICEF is sad to confirm that the recent attack in Al-Jawf, north of Yemen, on 15 February, took the lives of 19 children (eight boys and 11 girls) and injured another 18 (nine boys and another nine girls).
Graphic War Photos from Yemen
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