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A summary of the Yemen war

In 2015 and after Yemen’s president resignation and his escape from Yemen, an unequal war against Yemen was posed by Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. European and American governments caused horrible crimes against the defenseless Yemeni people in which thousands of children and civilians were killed, by selling weapons and supporting Saudi Arabia instead of preventing and mediating on this issue. These crimes were not only limited to military attacks but Saudi Arabia surrounded the earth, air, and sea in Yemen in order to block the entrance of food and drugs to the country which endangered the life of millions of people. According to the reports from international organizations, these crimes have been the worst humanitarian disaster in the last few decades and caused hunger and started diseases like cholera.

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With the release of news and images of these crimes in this website, it has tried to inform people of these crimes which was accompanied by a boycott of Saudi-backed news agencies, to end this unequal war by protests from around the world.

 

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UN: Yemen on brink of ‘world’s worst famine in 100 years’
UN: Yemen on brink of ‘world’s worst famine in 100 years’

The United Nations has warned Yemen could be facing the worst famine in 100 years if airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition are not halted, the Guardian reported on Monday. If war continues, famine could engulf the...

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UN delivered food for 9.5mln in Yemen last month: official
UN delivered food for 9.5mln in Yemen last month: official

The UN food agency delivered emergency food and vouchers for over 9.5 million people in Yemen in December, just shy of its 10 million monthly target in the famine-threatened country, a spokesman said on Tuesday. “We...

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US-Backed Saudi Forces In Yemen Have Created Almost 180,000 Refugees
US-Backed Saudi Forces In Yemen Have Created Almost 180,000 Refugees

the UNHCR classified over 2,800,000 Yemenis as asylum seekers, refugees, or other vulnerable ‘people of concern,’ and 500,000 children could be at risk of starvation as a result of the Saudi-led conflict. In 2015...

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Yemen: If Jesus were among us today
Yemen: If Jesus were among us today

If Jesus were among us today, he would not spare even a single moment to fight the leaders of despotism and global arrogance; nor would he tolerate hunger and wandering of millions of people, degenerated by the...

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