The Imperialist War in Yemen

by Yanis Iqbal, published on Countercurrents, April 24, 2021 Sometimes we need to remind ourselves of the basics underlying a situation as they get lost in the ongoing reporting. [JB] During a House hearing held on April 21, 2021, US Special Envoy for Yemen Tim Lenderking grossly misrepresented the imperialist war in the country. He remarked: “With regard to the[…]

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Yemen Can’t Wait!

by Azza Rojbi, published on Medium, March 29, 2021 February 15, 2021, marks one year since the Saudi-led coalition’s horrific air raid on a residential area in Yemen’s northern province of al-Jawf. The bombing killed 35 people, including 25 children, and 18 children were amongst the 23 injured. According to the Yemen Data Project, “During 2020, air raids in #Yemen[…]

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Solidarity with Evaluating Biden’s Yemen policy: Bait and switch

by Sara Flounders, published on Workers World, February 8, 2021 Feb. 7 — President Joe Biden seemed to announce an end to Washington’s complete support for Saudi Arabia’s war on Yemen last week, reversing Trump’s and even the Obama/Biden administration’s public policy. He called the war a “humanitarian and strategic catastrophe.” In his first presidential foreign policy speech on Feb.[…]

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Stop the War on Yemen

A really interesting and informative discussion of the hybrid war against Yemen and what you can do about it from our friends in Chicago. Well worth your time to watch. The US not only provides all kinds of military assistance to the Saudis but is allied with al Qaeda in Yemen. The US is in this war and contributing to[…]

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Yemen’s Never Ending War

Western Hegemony, Gulf State Despots and Modern-Day Genocide of the Yemeni People by Timothy Alexander Guzman, published on Global Research, October 21, 2020 Recently, US Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden released a statement on his promise to end his country’s support for Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen saying that “under Biden-Harris Administration, we will reassess our relationship with the [Saudi[…]

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Following US Pressure, Aid to Yemen Falls to Just 25 Cents Per Day

by Alan MacLeod, Published on MintPress News, October 7, 2020 Home to what the United Nations has described as “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis,” Yemen is on the brink of total disaster after five years of protracted war. Yet crucial international aid to the country has been cut this year to just 25 cents per person, per day, around half of what[…]

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