The international community should start to better understand that the hostile Saudi invasion in Yemen has brought 8 million people to the brink of starvation.

While the Saudi war and its blockade have left 22 million people in need of humanitarian aid. It has created the world’s largest food emergency and led to a implanted cholera outbreak that is thought to have killed 2,290 people.

Iran has been trying “to relay the voice of the aggrieved people and the victims of the tragedy of the Saudi aggression” to the world and “looking for a mechanism to stop the aggression and provide for possible shipment of humanitarian aid” to Yemen.

Saudi Arabia and its allies (F-UK-US coalition) have been attacking Yemen since 2015. The invasion, which seeks to restore power to Yemen’s former Saudi-backed regime, has killed and injured more than 600,000 people, according to Yemen’s Health Ministry.

The recent Saudi coalition’s assault on Yemen’s most important Red Sea port Hodeidah proves the West and Saudi Arabia are pushing for a total genocide against the poorest, but strategically very sensitive (Saudi oil shipping lanes) Arab nation in the Middle East.

Hudaydah serves as a lifeline for the majority of Yemen’s population because it is where most of the international humanitarian aid arrives for distribution.

Saudi Arabia (Israel’s closest ally in the Middle East), has a blockade on Yemen, just like how Israel does this to the Palestinians surviving in the Gaza as the world’s largest Open Air Concentration Camp. / ABC Flash Point Military News 2018.

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Seven Deadly Sins
10-08-20 19:31

Genocide against Shi’ite Muslims. That is why Iran, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq are also on the Israeli hit list.