Close to Million Yemenis Protest Saudi Terror

This did not make it to the mainstream media, but close to a million of Yemenis came out to protest Saudi Arabia’s more than a yearlong terror attack on Yemeni civilians, with the unqualified military arms support from the West.
On March 26, tens thousands of Yemenis marched through the country’s capital, in a show of resolve despite a Saudi-led invasion which began a year earlier, a member of the Yemen General People’s Congress Abdel-Malek al-Fuhaidy told Sputnik Arabic.
The General People’s Congress is Yemen’s ruling party, which supported the Ansar Allah (Houthi) movement after it ousted Yemen’s president in 2015. The March 26 rally was the largest in Yemen in years, even outpacing ones which led to the ouster of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh.

“I believe that Sanaa confirms the fact that despite all the devastation and death in Yemen, Saudi Arabia will never kill the will of the Yemenis, their strength and determination, their dignity and right to defend their homeland. The bottom line regarding the year of aggression: Saudi Arabia failed in its war against the people of Yemen,” al-Fuhaidy told Sputnik Arabic.

Although the Saudi-led bombing and ground operations led to a large number of displaced people and the spread of hunger, the people of Sanaa still rejected the return of Abed-Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, Yemen’s ousted president, who fled to Saudi Arabia, al-Fuhaidy added.

“Wherever Abed-Rabbuh was, hiding in one of Riyadh’s hotel rooms, he can’t do a single thing about it; he can’t come back to his country; he is unwelcome. Nobody stands with him; he doesn’t have any legitimacy or whatsoever. This page of history is folded for good. Moreover, if there are any peace talks or solutions in the future, he will definitely not take a part in them,” al-Fuhaidy told Sputnik Arabic.
According to UNICEF, the Saudi bombing campaign has been responsible for twice as many civilian casualties as all of the other forces involved in the war in Yemen combined. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia enjoys the military backing of the United States.
Saudi Arabia’s war crimes against Yemeni civilians has been largely eclipsed by Daesh misadventures in Syria, but now that the Syrian WWW3 theater is closing, the world will now be exposed to the use of prohibited, e.g.  cluster bombs, that the US and UK supplied the Saudis with, just like what occasionally happened in Gaza by another Nazionist Genocidalist Israel.

Britain is at war with Yemen. So why does nobody know about it?

Owen Jones

The Committee on Arms Export Controls (CAEC) reconvened for the first time in almost two years on Wednesday in response to the chorus of international condemnation against Britain for supplying Saudi Arabia with arms that are being used to target civilians, an international humanitarian crime. CAEC heard evidence from Saferworld, Amnesty, Human Rights Watch (HRW) and Oxfam, who have published documentary evidence on individual cases of the Royal Saudi Air Force bombing Yemini hospitals, ports, warehouses, factories, schools, markets and homes.

Their message was clear, unanimous and withering: the UK is breaking its own laws and fuelling a humanitarian catastrophe by selling arms to Saudi Arabia. British law is also clear: it is illegal to sell arms to a state that is at a “clear risk” of committing international humanitarian crimes. But over the past year alone, Britain has sold around £6bn worth of weapons to Saudi Arabia, whose campaign in Yemen is targeting civilians – 191 such attacks have collectively been reported by the UN, HRW and Amnesty.

Saudi Arabia’s intervention has precipitated the world’s worst humanitarian and development crisis: 82% of Yemen’s population of 24 million people need aid, 60% need food and 10% have fled their homes. Last week Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reported that it had received scores of dead and wounded from a Saudi strike on a busy market. MSF has seen three of its facilities targeted in as many months. Weddings have been hit. So too have homes for the blind. A water bottling factory was struck with cruise missiles, killing dozens of workers, whose bodies melted into the machinery. The list goes on.

In his evidence to the CAEC (itself made up of the committees from the departments of international development, business, defence and foreign affairs) David Mepham, the UK director of Human Rights Watch, implied the foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, had lied in his defence of Britain’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia when he said last month that Britain has found “no evidence of breaches of international humanitarian law”. Mepham said he had personally handed him HRW’s documentary evidence, complete with GPS coordinates of Saudi air strikes on schools, hospitals and markets. He added that the government “has had that evidence for months, and therefore it is extraordinary the line can come back that they do not have the evidence, when that evidence has been shared with them for a considerable period of time”.

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3 thoughts on “Close to Million Yemenis Protest Saudi Terror”

  1. Hello Folks
    Isn’t it amazing that it has taken all of these years to read/hear that the British Arms Industry is selling arms, and the British military forces are using explosives to (murder) kill civilian populations, namely Yeman.
    I would however like to point out that it isn’t Capitalism that is killing the population of Yemen. It is Explosives. Explosives know no nationality, and or political doctrine such as Fascism, Socialism, National Socialism, Communism, Democracy and or Anarchy.
    Humanity is the culprit in this fight, and the civil population of Yemen is the hostage. Long gone are the days when humanity could be made to believe that the other Guy and or Gal, the Foreigner, the Alien, the Mexican and so on, are to blame for the slaughter going down in this World. Its us folks, its us, we are the ones who do the killing in the name of who ever. We, yes we, both you and I have to stop killing each other.
    Anything less than a global rejection of violence will fail.
    The five permanent members of the United Nations in their national sovereignty are to blame, as are each and every other member Nation-States of the United Nations.
    What say you.
    Anthony P Healy

    1. I say feel free to blame yourself, but I have nothing to do with these criminals. I haven’t killed anyone. The elite want us to blame the populations instead of the leaders. Hard pass.

      1. Hello Folks
        Thank you Matt, but I respectively disagree and beg to differ. You and I both pay tax and elect governments, it matters not that either one of us disagrees with our government. The facts are, minus sentimentalities, we elect our governments and enable our governments to behave as they do. Understand, I, Anthony P Healy have no knowledge of your affiliations, and or the country you live in.
        Non of that matters.
        Your taxes state and or federal are complicit in the payments needed to support the Military Industrial Complex, the military forces of your Nation State, be it on Land, sea, or air. Be the weapon an automated system or a human operated system. Your Taxes, yes, both yours and mine, prop up the Criminal, yes the criminal, Murderous and Genocidal western systems that have since the 1600s in Europe set out to enslave the nations of the world. Historically, Matt this is undeniable.
        Mind you, the military forces of Islam have done so in their own way, by invading Europe and setting up the Islamic Caliphate in (Spain) also known as Andalusia. Ferdinand and Isabella, combined their forces and turned the Islamic Moors out of Spain. This of course was in a chronological sense before the Elizabethan (England’s) expansionary program of the 1600s.
        I love all of humanity, even you, Matt Crew. Oh Yes we are collectively responsible for the governments we elect, the Nation States we live in, and the world as it is NOW on our watch. Wake up Matt and empower yourself to be a more responsible world citizen.
        Anthony P Healy.

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