UK Courts Uphold Arms Sales To Saudi Arabia

Whether it be Yemen or Syria, neither of these Civil Wars could have ever been fought to begin with or continue on to this day without the direct funding of the United States and United Kingdom, whom have each literally made billions of dollars selling bombs, weapons and vehicles for people to kill one another in these countries. Despite lawsuits and objections to this behavior however, Government courts continue to defend their countries War machine.

The US and UK’s Shameful Approach To Yemen War Highlighted by Multi-Billion Dollar Arm Sales To The Region

As the US and UK cut aid spending to Yemen, the countries continue to reap billions selling weapons to fuel the War. To date At least 4,600 civilians have been killed and more than 8,000 have been injured since the Saudi Arabia-led coalition began carrying out air strikes in Yemen in March 2015 and an estimated 18.8 million people in Yemen rely on humanitarian assistance and are in desperate need of food, water, fuel and shelter in order to survive

The Fallout of The US Raid in Yemen This Weekend

The US raid on an Al-Qaeda stronghold in Yemen this weekend didn’t just kill 1 US soldier, it also killed 23 civilians – reportedly including pregnant women and young children. Trump has repeatedly said that he would “kill the terrorists and their families” – if elected. Looks like Trump really is a man of his word?

Report: Iranian Backed Houthi Forces In Yemen Are Taking Control of Several Hospitals and Denying Medical Treatment To Rebels

Investigative Report from Amnesty International: Pro-Government forces in Yemen are not bombing hospitals and killing off medical personnel like their counterparts in Aleppo, they are hijacking them, stationing troops inside them an dictating who can receive medical treatment or not – violating international law and committing War Crimes in the process.