ML--Yemen Headlines

  • The War on Yemen Is Indefensible

    The Saudi coalition's war is unnecessary, unjustified, and has created enormous evils that will plague Yemen and the region for a long time to come.

    The American Conservative
  • the other victims of Yemen's war

    On Yemen's western coast, Mohammed al-Hosami receives support from the people of his village in al Mahwit to pay for his mother's cancer treatment in a clinic in nearby Hodeidah city.

    IN
  • The Media Campaign to Save Yemen

    Confronting the American public with the horrific costs of a war fueled by our government is an important step in bringing political pressure to bear on members of Congress and the administration.

    The American Conservative
  • The Starvation of Yemen and the Attack on Hodeidah

    There will be many more preventable deaths if the coalition's Hodeidah offensive continues.

    The American Conservative
  • Mattis’ Infuriating Answers on Yemen

    There is no evidence to support Mattis' contention that the U.S. has helped prevent civilian deaths, and the evidence that our support has enabled numerous war crimes is substantial.

    The American Conservative
  • Yemen: more than three years of war

    A Saudi-led coalition launched military operations in Yemen in 2015, helping the government to push back against rebels who had taken control of the capital...

    Mail Online
  • Yemen’s Invisible Victims

    Every day that the U.S. supports the war on Yemen, it is supporting the cruel collective punishment and starvation of millions of people.

    The American Conservative
  • Continuing reparations for ML victims pushed

    Human rights advocates, including former Senate president Aquilino Pimentel Jr., are pushing for continuing reparations process for thousands of victims of the martial law regime. by Janvic Mateo

    philstar.com
  • We can, and must, prevent the next Yemen

    Despite the mounting evidence that conflict prevention is the effective alternative to post-conflict responses, global investment in prevention measures remains insufficient.

    Washington Post
  • On Yemen, Mike Pompeo gets it very wrong

    On Sept. 12, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo made what was probably one of the most ill-informed and disingenuous foreign policy decisions of the Trump administration’s 20-month tenure. Pursuant to the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, Pompeo certified to Congress that Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates were taking enough action to “reduce the risk of harm to civilians and civilian infrastructure” in the course of the Arab coalition’s military campaign against the Houthis in Yemen.

    Washington Examiner
  • Yemen war a "living hell" for children

    SANAA, Sept 13 (Reuters) - In the malnutrition ward of a hospital in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, doctors weigh toddlers with protruding rib cages and...

    Mail Online
  • Trump chooses more of the same in Yemen’s war

    The United States has given Riyadh a "rubber stamp" for the Saudi-led war effort, critics say.

    www.washingtonpost.com
  • The Trump Administration Is Lying to Congress About Yemen

    The Trump administration is lying to Congress in order to continue support for the war on Yemen, and Congress has to hold them accountable for that

    The American Conservative
  • Congress’ Deadline for Yemen Certification Has Arrived

    The Trump administration will do whatever it can to evade the restrictions that Congress is trying to place on U.S. support for the war on Yemen. Members of Congress need to be prepared to fight back when that happens.

    The American Conservative
  • How America Could get Pulled into a War In Yemen

    Mohammed Ayoob Security, Middle East America has turned a blind eye toward Saudi excesses in Yemen, which has provided Riyadh with the incentive to continue its harsh bombing campaign. Now that the struggle for Syria is all but over, Yemen has become the focal point for the tussle for power and influence between Saudi Arabia and Iran—the two major powers competing for primacy in the Persian Gulf and the broader Middle East. The Saudis, having lost in Syria, are doubling their effort to deny...

    The National Interest
  • Cancer patients: the other victims of Yemen's war

    On Yemen's western coast, Mohammed al-Hosami receives support from the people of his village in al Mahwit to pay for his mother's cancer treatment in a clinic in nearby Hodeidah city.

    U.S.
  • The Trump Administration Is Paving the Way for Disaster in Yemen

    If you want a lesson in how to throw away all leverage and do the bidding of your clients, just copy what the Trump administration has done with the Saudis and Emiratis in Yemen.

    The American Conservative
  • The One Thing About Yemen Everyone Gets Wrong

    When protests inspired by uprisings in Egypt, Libya, and Tunisia hit Yemen in 2011, the United States and the United Kingdom, the regime’s main backers, at first pooh-poohed the protestors’ grievances. Only after anger over the endemic corruption and the economy split Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh’s regime in two, sparking street battles between regime loyalists and Sunni military and tribal fighters, did Yemen’s foreign partners start to worry. Fearing Somalia-like chaos that would be...

    The New Republic
  • Amnesty decries Houthi prosecution of Bahais in Yemen

    CAIRO (AP) - An international rights group on Tuesday decried the prosecution of 24 Yemeni Bahais, including women and a teenager, by a Houthi rebel court on...

    Mail Online
  • Amnesty decries Houthi prosecution of Bahais in Yemen

    An international rights group has decried the prosecution of 24 Yemeni Bahais, including eight women and a teenager, by a Houthi rebel court on espionage charges. Lynn Maalouf, Amnesty International's Middle East director of research, said Tuesday the group fears the Bahais could receive...

    ABC News
  • Amnesty decries Houthi prosecution of Bahais in Yemen

    CAIRO (AP) — An international rights group on Tuesday decried the prosecution of 24 Yemeni Bahais, including women and a teenager, by a Houthi rebel court on espionage charges. Lynn Maalouf, Amnesty International’s Middle East…

    WTOP
  • Amnesty decries Houthi prosecution of Bahais in Yemen

    Amnest International decries prosecution of 24 Yemeni Bahais including eight women and a teenager by Houthi rebel court, on charges of espionage

    Washington Post
  • UN Sends Rep to Yemen for Peace Talks

    Envoy to meet in neighboring capital

    www.infowars.com
  • Yemen war a 'living hell' for children: UNICEF

    In the malnutrition ward of a hospital in the Yemeni capital Sanaa, doctors weigh toddlers with protruding rib cages and skeletal limbs.

    U.S.