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US Bombs In Yemen Are Costing An Entire Generation Their Future Popular Resistance October 7, 2019 By Ahmed Abdulkareem, Mintpress News. Sadaa, Northern Yemen – Third-grader Farah Abbas al-Halimi didn’t get the UNICEF backpack or textbook she was hoping for this year. Instead, she was given an advanced U.S bomb delivered on an F-16 courtesy of […]
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Future sales restricted! Yes, because of Yemen.
Several articles are included in this post. To read the articles, click on the title or if available, the Read More link. The American Cult of Bombing Consortium News Originally published under William Astore, The American Cult of Bombing and Endless War on Tom Dispatch June 10, 2019 William J. Astore analyzes the fallacies behind the […]
It is a major transit route for oil tankers. A large share of China’s industrial exports to Western Europe transits through this strategic waterway. Maritime trade from East and Southern Africa to Western Europe also transits within proximity of Socotra (Suqutra), through the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. WAMM Newsletter, Volume 36, Number […]
How do we, in the U.S., develop grassroots communities dedicated to both understanding the complex realities Yemenis face and working to end U.S. participation in the war on Yemen?
When children waste away to literally nothing while fourteen million people face conflict driven famine, a hue and cry—yes, a caterwaul —most certainly should be raised, worldwide.
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“This conflict is backed by the U.S. and the U.K.”
To date, the US continues selling weapons to the UAE and to its coalition partner, Saudi Arabia
The Middle East region is once again a tinderbox as tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran are rising to new heights.
The U.N. must abandon its biased role in the Yemen conflict, so it can broker a peace
Trump’s Recycling Program
War Crimes and War Criminals, Old and (Potentially) New
January 11, 2018 marked the 16th year that Guantanamo prison has exclusively imprisoned Muslim men, subjecting many of them to torture and arbitrary detention. …Forty-one hearts still beat in Guantanamo prison cells. That’s forty-one too many.
Senate War Powers resolution on ending unauthorized US support for the war in Yemen – A bipartisan Senate resolution on Yemen will be introduced in mid-January and has a good chance of passing.
Bombs have directly killed and injured far too many innocent people in Yemen, but starvation follows.
We still could acquire a great hunger: a transforming hunger to share justice with our planetary neighbors.
A United Nations study found that war and climate change were the driving forces of an increase in malnutrition worldwide in 2016.