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Yemeni Intelligence is Doxxing the US Troops Manning Saudi Command Centers
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Sana’a (GPA) – In efforts to expose the criminals responsible for the ongoing genocide against Yemeni civilians, Yemeni Intelligence has started publishing the names and personal information of the US troops in charge of the Saudi command centers where airstrikes are ordered.

Washington tries to keep a tight lid on the extent of its involvement in Yemen. However, US troops are actually much more active in the conflict than most Americans would expect. In fact, the United States provides intelligence and logistical support for selecting airstrikes in addition to endless weapons and bombs.

The first target is Alexander R. Fhlug from Madison, Wisconsin. Yemeni Intelligence released a broad range of photos and personal information about Fhlug including where he lives, which barber he frequents, his favorite brands and shopping habits, and his other interests.

Over 39,000 people have died or sustained injuries from US-backed Saudi airstrikes and military operations — a third of which are women and children. The United States provides the bulk of precision-guided smart missiles, aircraft, training for ground troops, and intelligence support.

New information from Yemeni Intelligence sheds light on the US troops manning the Saudi command centers where airstrikes and military operations are carried out. As part of a broader campaign to expose the people carrying out war crimes against civilians, Yemen has started exposing the personal information of these criminals.



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Yemen : Saudi-led airstrikes cast shadow over peace talks
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Saudi-led airstrikes rock Sanaa, Yemen casting shadow over second round of peace talks
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'Sanaa, Yemen was hit by massive Saudi-led coalition airstrikes, hitting civilian as well as military targets. The raid, described as “violent” by locals, comes before a second round of UN-sponsored peace talks later this month.

Coalition warplanes struck several targets across the Houthi-held city in raids on Saturday evening, including training camps, drone storage facility, and Al-Dulaimi Air Base, its statement said according to Saudi media.

Houthi media countered the Saudi narrative on Sunday, stating that non-military sites hit by coalition aircraft included residential homes and civilian factories. In all, 24 separate assaults were made across the capital, including four at the air base. Immediate casualties from the strikes are unknown; however, witnesses told Reuters that at least two people were killed, while others were injured.

Describing the raids as “very violent,” one resident told the news agency that the airstrikes were the worst to hit the city in a year.

“The house shook so much we thought it would fall on our heads,” he added.

Footage and pictures of the strikes posted to social media show the intensity of the payloads dropped which lit up the night sky. Others show a dangerous inferno that broke out at a plastics factory after it was bombed.'



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Yemen. Is this Genocide? - Swine Flu Now Spreading
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Swine Flu Now Spreading in Yemen as Health System Crumbles under Saudi Attack
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'SANA’A, YEMEN — Twenty-eight-year-old Mohammed Nasher al-Rajwai is the typical face of the emerging swine flu pandemic in its more serious stages. In Yemen’s capital city of Sana’a, he lay in the critical care unit of al-Azal Hospital on 60th Street.

His family prays and stands vigil. For nearly ten days, Mohammed was fighting for his life. His wife said:

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We had a hard time, it feels like part of my soul has been crushed. It’s the worst imaginable feeling to see your husband fall that quickly and to be that ill and die. The night he went to the emergency room was the scariest moment we’ve had in our entire life.”


  Mohammed, a father of three, died last Friday, overcome by the symptoms of the swine flu virus, two days after being treated in al-Azal’s intensive care unit. Issam Al-Harazi, Data Officer for epidemiological surveillance at Yemen’s Ministry of Health, told MintPress News that al-Rajwai died as a result of a viral infection of his respiratory system, likely caused by the H1N1 (swine flu) virus, which affected the cells of his nasal mucosa, throat and lungs, and then moved to the rest of his body.

The spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population in Sana’a, Yousef al-Hathari, told MintPress that there have been a total 418 suspected H1N1 cases in and around the province of Sana’a and in northern Yemen over the past two months alone, and 86 people have died from the virus — though al-Hathari suspects the number of deaths to be higher, as many cases go unreported.'



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Saudi regime's plundering of Yemeni oil resources
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Houthis blast Saudi regime's plundering of Yemeni oil resources
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/01/29/587142/Saudi-Yemen-oil-houthis





'Yemen has denounced exploitation of the country’s oil resources by the Riyadh regime in the provinces of Hadhramaut and Mahrah, where troops from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are present.

The Yemeni Foreign Ministry affiliated with the Houthi Ansarullah movement said in a statement on Tuesday that Saudi Arabia was "desperately attempting" to take advantage of the "ongoing state of insecurity by plundering oil resources and pursing its illegitimate interests across the region."

The statement further explained that Saudi Arabia was committing a blatant violation of international law by transporting Yemeni oil to the Arabian Sea through a pipeline which extends from the Rub' al-Khali desert to Hadhramaut and Mahrah in the south of the country. It also called on the United Nations and other international organizations to counter through legal mechanisms the Saudi aggression, occupation and looting of Yemeni resources. Elsewhere in the statement, the ministry demanded that the international community increase pressure on Riyadh and Abu Dhabi authorities to “respect and preserve territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Yemeni nation.”

A series of documents obtained by some media outlets in August last year pointed to Saudi Arabia's intention to develop the port, which would extract and export petroleum. In a letter addressed to the kingdom's ambassador to Yemen, a Saudi-based marine construction company, Huta Marine, thanked the official for trusting the company's capabilities by asking it to present a technical and financial proposal for the port's design.

Yemen’s southern areas are controlled by Saudi-backed officials of the former Yemeni government. Saudi Arabia has taken control over the provinces' seaports and airports, using them to deploy hundreds of troops in the region.'



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Yemen conflict: Besieged Hodeidah city forced to eat rubbish to survive
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Yemen conflict: As truce fails residents in besieged Hodeidah city forced to eat rubbish to survive
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'Residents of Yemeni port city of Hodeidah are so hungry they are eating from rubbish tips, while others are bleeding to death trapped in their bombed-out houses, as fighting has flared in the strategic port town after a UN-brokered truce collapsed.

Describing life caught in the cross-fire, Ashwaq Moharram, a Yemeni doctor from the area, said families were starving to death or dying trying to secure medical help as the conflict continues to cut off parts of the city.

Speaking to The Independent during a brief trip to Egypt to see sick family members, the trained gynaecologist said she has watched injured civilians perish in ambulances trying to navigate treacherous mountain roads to safety. Despite assurances that a ceasefire deal between the Houthi rebels and the recognised government would allow aid to flow into the port city, she said the truce failed before it even started.

Hodeidah, the main entry point for Yemen’s food and medical supplies, is still under sporadic fire.

“Areas suffering strikes and battles between both parties can’t be reached, even by military forces. A place like Dremy is still being targeted. When people are shot there, ambulances can’t reach them,” she told The Independent.

“In one area along the coast an entire family was injured in a strike and all of them died. Imagine a whole family bleeding to death,” she added.

She said supplies were drying up and food prices were soaring, meaning families were left digging through rubbish tips to find food. For the last four years Ms Moharram has run a mobile clinic providing aid and medical treatment to people in remote villages and towns but many locations are now out of reach.

“Along the coast there are areas I used to visit to bring food. But some I have been unable to get to since April. I don’t know anything about them,” she said.'



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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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Saudis transferring US weapons to Qaeda in Yemen, report reveals
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/02/05/587705/Saudis-transferring-US-weapons-to-Qaeda-in-Yemen-report-reveals





'Saudi Arabia is “transferring” American weapons to al-Qaeda terrorists and Salafi militias in Yemen, a report reveals.

Saudi and its main accomplice in the war on Yemen, the UAE, “have used the US-manufactured weapons as a form of currency to buy the loyalties of militias or tribes, bolster chosen armed actors, and influence the complex political landscape,” CNN said in a report Monday, citing local commanders on the ground and analysts. The report added that Houthi Ansarullah fighters have also managed to gain access to the weapons “exposing some of America's sensitive military technology to Tehran.”

During his maiden state visit, US President Donald Trump went to Saudi Arabia where he signed a massive $110 billion arms deal with the oil-rich kingdom.

According to the Department of Defense, the monarchy is breaking the terms of its arms deal with Washington.

The Monday report further suggested that Trump “has lost control over” the royal family, questioning whether it is “responsible enough to be allowed to continue buying the sophisticated arms and fighting hardware.”

Saudi Arabia has been pounding Yemen for over two years and killing thousands of civilians there, while receiving full logistic and intelligence support from America.'



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Yemen clinic bombing that sought to shift blame on the NGO
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MSF slams Saudi-led probe into Yemen clinic bombing that sought to shift blame on the NGO
http://www.rt.com/news/450939-yemen-msf-clinic-saudi-strike/





Doctors Without Borders (MSF) has demanded the reopening of an investigation into the Saudi-led bombing of one of its clinics in Yemen. The organization claims the reporting team sent by Riyadh made “false” allegations about it.

MSF expressed its “dismay” at the report delivered by the Joint Incidents Assessment Team (JIAT), a body set up by the Saudi and Emirati governments to look into cases where their warplanes hit non-military targets.

The report covered the June 11 bombing of a Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC) ran by MSF in the northern Yemeni town of Abs. While no one was injured in the strike, it rendered the clinic “non-functional.” It is one of five MSF medical facilities to have been destroyed by airstrikes since the coalition began its airstrikes in 2015. Announced with little fanfare in January, JIAT’s findings acknowledged that the Coalition was “partially responsible” for the bombing. However, it also apportioned much of the blame towards MSF, claiming it had not explicitly requested to be placed on a no-strike list, nor had it properly displayed a distinctive emblem. These failures, the report argues, led to the clinic being considered a legitimate target.











Disputing these findings, MSF said the facility had displayed three distinctive logos, including one on the roof. It said it also shared the clinic’s GPS coordinates with the Coalition on at least 12 occasions. Noting that medical facilities were protected under international law, Teresa Sancristoval, Operations Director for MSF, said it was the “sole responsibility” of warring parties in the conflict to ensure such facilities were not attacked.

“The onus cannot be on civilians and medical staff”, she added. MSF have now demanded that an independent investigation be opened into the bombing and that the accusations levelled against it in January’s report be withdrawn.'



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Morocco stops involvement in Yemen war amid row with Satanic Arabia
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Morocco stops involvement in Yemen war amid row with Saudi Arabia
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/02/08/587996/Morocco-leave-saudi-coalition-Yemen-tension





'Morocco says it has stopped its involvement in Saudi Arabia's war on Yemen, and recalled its ambassador to the kingdom amid rising tensions between Riyadh and Rabat.

A Moroccan government official said Thursday that Morocco no longer takes part in military interventions or ministerial meetings in the Saudi-led coalition.

Morocco’s government has not divulged details of its participation in the war which has killed thousands and displaced over 3 million people since 2015 but reports suggest that the African country contributed with six planes and 1,500 troops.

Last year, Morocco pledged to pull its warplanes out of the Saudi war, citing a need for military buildup at home. Saudi Arabia invaded the Arab world’s most impoverished nation in March 2015 to put Riyadh's favorite former government back in the saddle. It has fallen short of the objective, while thousands have been killed and displaced as a result of the invasion.

Before Morocco, Malaysia had withdrawn its forces and left the coalition amid international outrage over the heavy civilian toll.

Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said in an interview last month with Al Jazeera that Morocco’s participation in Yemen had “changed.”

Bourita also hinted that Rabat had serious reservations about Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s recent tour of other Arab countries, amid international condemnation of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi embassy in Istanbul.

According to one of the sources, Morocco declined to host the Saudi crown prince in an unusual snub, citing the Moroccan king’s “busy agenda.”'



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Starving 12 year-old girl weighing just 10 kg captures Yemen
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Devastating footage of starving 12 year-old girl weighing just 10 kg captures Yemen war horror
http://www.rt.com/news/451854-yemen-starving-girl-fatima/





'A haunting video of a severely malnourished 12-year-old girl in Yemen highlights the ongoing devastation of the brutal war that has ravaged the country for four years, as the population continues to teeter on the brink of famine.

Fatima Qoba weighs just 10 kilograms (22 pounds) and is suffering from severe malnutrition. She is being treated at a clinic in Hajjah, where her tiny frame is dwarfed by the bed she lies on.

The head of the clinic, Makiah al-Aslami, said Fatima is “skin and bones due to the hard life of her family,” who are “displaced persons from Al-Sha'ab area who are not provided with shelter, food or medications.”











The family of eleven children and their father fled their home near the Saudi Arabian border and are now living under a tree.

Her sister, who is also named Fatima, told Ruptly, “I don’t know if we can take care of her or if she will be malnourished again because of the hard conditions we’re suffering from. We don't have anything to feed her with.”

Aslami said more pregnant women are suffering from acute malnutrition and she expects to see even more devastation.'



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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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Over 80,000 kids under the age of five have died of starvation in Yemen, UN chief says
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'United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says tens of thousands of children under the age of five have died of starvation in Yemen ever since Saudi Arabia and a number of its allies launched an atrocious military aggression against the impoverished country nearly four years ago.

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“Children did not start the war in Yemen, but they are paying the highest price. Some 360,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition, fighting for their lives every day. And one credible report put the number of children under 5 who have died of starvation at more than 80,000,” Guterres told a donor conference in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday.


He went on to say that continued Yemen conflict has significantly increased the number of internally displaced people to 3.3 million, and the figure marks a sharp uptick from 2.2 million recorded last year.

The UN chief warned of the worsening health and humanitarian situation in Yemen, saying, “Over half of all health facilities are out of action, and nearly 20 million people lack access to adequate health care.”

“In 2017, the worst cholera epidemic in history reached unprecedented levels as water supplies and sanitation and public health services collapsed… Almost 18 million Yemenis still do not have adequate access to safe drinking water or sanitation,” Guterres noted.'



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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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Senate Republicans block vote on bill to stop funding war in Yemen, citing poison pill
http://www.rt.com/usa/452517-senate-republicans-block-yemen-resolution/





'Senate Republicans have dodged another effort to end US support of the Saudi-led war in Yemen, ruling that an unrelated amendment added to the bill in the House allows majority leader Mitch McConnell to block the vote.

Language condemning anti-Semitism, tacked on as an amendment in the House before the Yemen War Powers bill was due to pass, is "not germane" to the content of the bill, the Senate parliamentarian ruled, stripping the bill of its "privileged" status and allowing McConnell to quash the scheduled vote.

Senators are planning to force a vote on a "clean" version of the bill, absent the anti-Semitism amendment, which House Republicans rammed through at the last minute in the wake of Rep. Ilhan Omar's controversial tweets about the Israeli lobby. The streamlined bill, written by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT), and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT), retains privileged status. But there's nothing to stop House Republicans re-adding the anti-Semitism amendment after the Senate vote, which would trigger another parliamentarian ruling and scuttle the legislation further – unless Democrats vote "no" on the amendment, which would set them at odds with the Israeli lobby that so recently savaged their colleague.

Congressional Republicans are old hands at using procedural manipulations to keep the US bankrolling the unpopular Saudi war; a Yemen War Powers resolution that made it through the Senate in December was blocked from a House vote when Republicans appended a rule change unrelated to the bill.'



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20 MILLION people are 'on the brink of starvation' in Yemen
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Jeremy Hunt warns 20 MILLION people are 'on the brink of starvation' in Yemen as he visits war-ravaged country and warn it is 'the worst humanitarian crisis' in the world
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'Jeremy Hunt has warned that 20 million people are on the brink of starvation in Yemen as visited the country for the first time.

Mr Hunt used his visit to Aden to warning that a peace deal agreed in Stockholm in December was ‘likely to die’ unless aid was able to enter the vital Red Sea port of Hodeidah.

Yemen has been gripped by an horrific humanitarian crisis caused by the fighting between Saudi Arabia-backed forces loyal to the then-incumbent government, led by president Abdrabbuh Mansur Hadi, and Iran-sponsored Houthi rebels for the past three years.

The agreement to implement a troop withdrawal in Hodeidah, a lifeline for millions facing famine, by January 7 was intended to clear the way for wider negotiations to end the four-year war but progress has been slow. In a sign that much of the developed world has forgotten about the crisis, Mr Hunt said he was the first western foreign minister to visit the country during the four-year conflict.

The Foreign Office also said it was the first by a British Foreign Secretary since 1996.

In a video message from Aden that was posted on Twitter, Mr Hunt said that the war was ‘The worst humanitarian crisis that we face right now’.

He added: ‘This is really the last chance for peace. It’s been over 80 days since the Stockholm agreement but it has still not been implemented by both sides.'



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Re: 129,000 + Cases of Cholera in Yemen. Is this Genocide?
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Yemeni parents forced to ‘sell’ young daughters for food, Oxfam tells RT



The “man-made humanitarian catastrophe” caused by the brutal civil war in Yemen forced some parents to sell off their daughters, some as young as three years old, in hopes that the dowry bride will keep the rest of the family alive, international charity Oxfam reported.

The relatives planned to use the money, paid for the child brides, to buy food and shelter.

“They think this is the only way” to stay alive, Oxfam’s director for Yemen, Muhsin Siddiquey, told RT. “They can bring the dowry, and that can protect the whole family and other extended members.”

Overall, “10 million are just on the brink of famine” in Yemen, he said, adding that the four years of war also sparked “the worst cholera crisis in the century.”

“If the humanitarian assistance is not provided timely” and the food supply becomes “nonfunctional even for a day… there will be much more catastrophic situations,” Siddiquey stressed.

The conflict in Yemen, exacerbated by the Saudi-led intervention in 2015, placed a heavy toll on the civilian population, with 400,000 children suffering from “life-threatening” malnutrition, according to the UN figures.

Housing also remains an acute problem since much of homes were demolished by deadly air raids.'


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Saudi-led airstrike that killed children
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Rights group ‘appalled’ by Saudi-led airstrike that killed children
http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2019/03/27/591969/Yemen-Saudi-Arabia-children-Save-the-Children





'A prominent children’s rights organization says it has been “shocked and appalled” by a recent Saudi-led airstrike against Yemen that killed four children, calling for an investigation into the raid.

The UK-based Save the Children said on Tuesday that the airstrike hit the vicinity of a hospital supported by the organization near Sa’ada Province’s capital of the same name. Three more people, including health workers and security guards, were also killed during the attack, while two more adults are still unaccounted for, it added.

Save the Children called for “an urgent investigation into the latest atrocity.”

“We are shocked and appalled by this outrageous attack,” its chief executive Helle Thorning-Schmidt said. “This hospital is just one of the many Save the Children supports across Yemen, delivering life-saving aid to children living in what is the worst place on earth to be a child,” she said. “These children have the right to be safe in their hospitals, schools, and homes… Children must be protected.”

A recent report by the organization said the Saudi-led war on Yemen has killed at least 2,500 Yemeni children — 30 children every month — since March 2015, when the aggression started.

Last August, Saudi warplanes used US-supplied bombs to target a school bus in Sa’ada, killing 40 children on board.

The overall death toll from the war — launched to reinstate a former Yemeni regime that had been submissive to Riyadh — stands at above 57,000, according to multinational humanitarian organization Action against Hunger.

Civilians, including children, are indiscriminately targeted by the Saudi-led coalition, which receives intelligence and logistical assistance from the US and the UK. Children are also the main victims of a widespread famine caused by a blockade that the Saudi-led coalition has imposed on Yemen.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, considered the architect of the war, has reportedly said children and women should be targeted in Yemen to instill fear in the population.'



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Saudi Siege of Yemen’s al-Durayhimi as Devastating as WWII Siege of Leningrad
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HODEIDA, YEMEN — At least 7,000 civilians remain trapped in Southern Hodeida’s al-Durayhimi district by Saudi-led Coalition forces, in what has become a de facto eight-month siege amid Yemen’s broader humanitarian crisis. Conditions in al-Durayhimi are dire, as civilians endure an acute shortage of food and the spread of disease and epidemics.

In June 2018 Saudi-led forces imposed a land and air blockade on the heavily populated area of al-Durayhimi, which lies about 20 km from the Red Sea port city of Hodeida. Saudi forces left no safe corridors for civilians to flee and then began an indiscriminate campaign of rocket and artillery strikes on the district. Without humanitarian corridors, local authorities, humanitarian organizations, and ambulance crews have been left unable to evacuate the wounded. The roads leaving al-Durayhimi are rife with danger thanks to the seemingly endless barrage of coalition rocket and artillery attacks, making it difficult to smuggle food and medicine into the district.

“Thousands of civilians from children, women to the elderly have been trapped by Saudi Arabia,” Majed Shureim, a representative of the Durayhimi Directorate in the local council of Hodeida, said. “Dozens die every day because of hunger and disease. They can not flee due to the lack of secure corridors.” Furthermore, the Saudi-led Coalition has also blocked internet access across the region, making it almost impossible for residents to contact the outside world.

In August 2018, the Coalition announced a military operation to seize the city, backed by air power, rockets, artillery, and a ground offensive, as well as militia groups loyal to Yemen’s ousted former president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi. Yet despite all of their resources, Saudi forces have been unable to overcome the fierce resistance shown by al-Durayhimi’s residents.

Mohammed Sulaiman al-Halisi, a high-ranking official in Hodeida province, said that civilians in al-Durayhimi have faced both an external enemy in the siege and an internal enemy in the diseases and hunger that have plagued others coastal districts, adding “whatever happens, we will not surrender to Coalition forces and we will keep our land.”'



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As Yemen Starves, International Aid Agencies Play Politics With Food
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'TAIZ, YEMEN — A recent Saudi Coalition airstrike on the home of a prominent Yemeni businessman in Taiz destroyed not only a family home but also the hopes of the many Yemenis who rely on the generosity of philanthropic donors, as international aid agencies become increasingly beholden to the political interests of their largest benefactors.

One woman and four children are among seven family members killed by a Coalition airstrike on a home in Yemen’s Khadir district in the southwestern province of Taiz. Five other civilians were reportedly injured in the attack, regarding which the Coalition has thus far not commented. Two of the airstrikes targeted the family home of Abdulqawi al-Kindi, a businessman who worked extensively to alleviate the humanitarian crisis in the Khadir region. Al-Kindi, his wife and sons were all killed in the attack that completely destroyed their three-story family home.

“He [al-Kindi] helped many poor and displaced families here,” an eyewitness to the attack told MintPress, as tears flowed from his face while local rescuers attempted to retrieve bodies from the rubble. “Al-Kindi did not belong to any party or group — he was just a businessman.” The attack has angered local residents who still remember Saudi Coalition bombings in recent years that have targeted a school bus, mourning halls, markets, hospitals and the neighborhood of Rugass among other civilian targets. Residents of Taiz have called for retaliatory attacks against the Coalition. A high-ranking official told MintPress that the attack in Taiz is yet another flagrant violation of international law and human values and would be met with a strong response and retaliation.

For their part, the Houthis denounced the Taiz attack and noted that the bodies of innocent Yemeni women and children do not lead international parties to stop lucrative arms sales to aggressor regimes, referring to U.S. arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Mohammed Abdul-Salam, the spokesman of the Houthis, said in the wake of the attack that “killing, injuring citizens, and targeting civilian houses is considered a continuation of the aggressive bloody [tactics].”'



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Houthis fear Saudis can exploit UN-gathered biometrics ‘in military fashion’ in Yemen






'A UN food agency is suspending work in Yemen after failing to seal a deal on biometrics from locals. The Houthi rebels fear that the data could be used by the Saudi-led coalition for war purposes, a campaigner told RT.

Nearly 10 million people are suffering from “extreme levels of hunger” in war-torn Yemen, according to the UN. But last month, the UN World Food Programme announced that it will suspend its activities in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, which is controlled by Houthi rebels.

The move comes after the agency failed to secure a deal with the Houthis to introduce a biometrics system it said would “prevent diversion” of food from starving people in the devastated country. The Houthis accused the agency of politicizing aid while doing the bidding of the Saudi-led coalition, whose members are among the chief funders of the food program.

Anti-war campaigner Jonathon Shafi told RT that the rebel authorities have concerns that the requested personal data of millions of Yemenis, “including military officers and soldiers,” could be exploited by the Saudi-led coalition “in a military fashion.”

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At the same time, international aid remains vital to Yemen, which has been brought to the brink of starvation by the civil war and the Saudi-led intervention, Shafi said.

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New U.N. Report Highlights Human Rights Violations and Abuses in Yemen since 2014






'The second largest sovereign state in the Arabian Peninsula, Yemen, has been ravaged by war, deliberate starvation, and cholera for over four years. A 274 page U.N. report released on Tuesday, highlights the human rights situation including violations and abuses since September 2014.

According to the report, which took two years to complete, the United States, France, and Britain may be complicit in war crimes for their involvement in the war in Yemen by not only supplying the weapons being used by the Saudi and United Arab Emirate coalitions, but also providing them with intelligence and logistics support.

The report details the findings of the Group of Eminent International and Regional Experts on Yemen. It was submitted as a supplement to A/HR/42/17. U.N. investigators are recommending that all states impose a ban on arms transfers to the warring parties in order to prevent them from being used to commit serious violations and war crimes.

“It is clear that the continued supply of weapons to parties to the conflict is perpetuating the conflict and prolonging the suffering of the Yemeni people,” Melissa Parke, an expert on the independent U.N. panel, told a news conference. Parke continued, “That is why we are urging member states to no longer supply weapons to parties to the conflict.”

The report states, “The Group of Experts reiterates that steps required to address the human rights and international law violations in Yemen have been continually discussed, and there can no longer be any excuses made for failure to take meaningful steps to address them. The best way to protect the Yemeni population is to stop the fighting by reaching a political settlement which includes measures for accountability.”

Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates are two of the largest purchasers of U.S. British and French weapons. These weapons are being used to fight against the homegrown Houthi movement which controls Yemen’s capital. The report states, “The legality of arms transfers by France, the United Kingdom, the United States and other States remains questionable, and is the subject of various domestic court proceedings.”

According to the U.N. report, Saudi and UAE coalitions are killing civilians in air strikes, and deliberately denying them food. The report put blame on all sides of the conflict, saying that no one has clean hands.

Kamel Jendoubi, chairperson of the Group of Experts on Yemen a creation of the U.N. Human Rights Council stated, "Five years into the conflict, violations against Yemeni civilians continue unabated, with total disregard for the plight of the people and a lack of international action to hold parties to the conflict accountable." He also stated "This endemic impunity—for violations and abuses by all parties to the conflict—cannot be tolerated anymore." Jendoubi concluded, "Impartial and independent inquiries must be empowered to hold accountable those who disrespect the rights of the Yemeni people. The international community must stop turning a blind eye to these violations and the intolerable humanitarian situation."

Allegations of torture, rape, and murder of suspected political opponents detained in secret facilities by Emirati and affiliated forces have been received by the U.N. panel.

A secret list was sent by an independent panel to U.N. human rights chief, Michelle Bachelet, identifying “individuals who may be responsible for international crimes” the U.N. report states.

In the appendix, was a separate list identifying more than 160 “main actors” among Saudi, Emirati and Yemeni government and Houthi officials.

Concerns have been raised as to the impartiality and legitimacy of a Joint Incidents Assessment Team set up by Saudi Arabia to review alleged coalition violations, after it failed to hold anyone accountable for air strikes that killed civilians.

The U.N. report comes just a few days after a recent airstrike by the Saudi-led military coalition on a detention center in Yemen on Sunday, killed more than 100 people. The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said the attack may have amounted to a war crime. The coalition said it was targeting a drones and missiles facility but instead they leveled a building being used as a prison, in the city of Dhamar.

"The location that was hit has been visited by ICRC before," Franz Rauchenstein, its head of delegation for Yemen, told AFP from Dhamar. "It's a college building that has been empty and has been used as a detention facility for a while." Rauchenstein continued, "What is most disturbing is that (the attack was) on a prison. To hit such a building is shocking and saddening – prisoners are protected by international law." The remaining forty survivors are being treated in hospitals in the city south of the capital Sanaa for their injuries.'

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Drone strikes knock out half of Saudi oil capacity, 5 million barrels a day

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Drone strikes on Saudi Arabian oil facilities have disrupted about half of the kingdom's oil capacity, or 5% of the daily global oil supply, people with knowledge of Saudi's oil operations told CNN Business.
Yemen's Houthi rebels on Saturday took responsibility for the attacks, saying 10 drones targeted state-owned Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais, according to the Houthi-run Al-Masirah news agency.

Five million barrels per day of crude production have been impacted after fires raged at the sites, one of them the world's largest oil production facility, people with knowledge of the kingdom's operations said. The latest OPEC figures from August 2019 put the total Saudi production at 9.8 million barrels per day.
A source told CNN Business that Aramco "hopes to have that capacity restored within days."

The Saudi interior ministry confirmed the drone attacks caused fires at the two facilities. In a statement posted on Twitter, the ministry said the fires were under control and that authorities were investigating.
"Abqaiq is perhaps the most critical facility in the world for oil supply. Oil prices will jump on this attack," Jason Bordoff, founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, said in a statement.



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Drone strikes knock out half of Saudi oil capacity, 5 million barrels a day

https://cnn.com/2019/09/14/business/saudi-oil-output-impacted-drone-attack/index.html

Drone strikes on Saudi Arabian oil facilities have disrupted about half of the kingdom's oil capacity, or 5% of the daily global oil supply, people with knowledge of Saudi's oil operations told CNN Business.
Yemen's Houthi rebels on Saturday took responsibility for the attacks, saying 10 drones targeted state-owned Saudi Aramco oil facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais, according to the Houthi-run Al-Masirah news agency.

Five million barrels per day of crude production have been impacted after fires raged at the sites, one of them the world's largest oil production facility, people with knowledge of the kingdom's operations said. The latest OPEC figures from August 2019 put the total Saudi production at 9.8 million barrels per day.
A source told CNN Business that Aramco "hopes to have that capacity restored within days."

The Saudi interior ministry confirmed the drone attacks caused fires at the two facilities. In a statement posted on Twitter, the ministry said the fires were under control and that authorities were investigating.
"Abqaiq is perhaps the most critical facility in the world for oil supply. Oil prices will jump on this attack," Jason Bordoff, founding director of the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University, said in a statement.

World is changing but not CNN.
In report - CNN it does not mention whether anyone was injured in Saudi Arabia. CNN only cry for barrels of Oil.
I am afraid that sick Saudi Oil Dynasty will retaliate for this Houthi attack and MSM will that cover up from world public.



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Houthis Vow Retaliation As Saudi Naval Blockade Sparks Fresh Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen






'SANA’A, YEMEN — Recent political developments have offered a glimmer of hope to some that the end of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen may be near. But a <a href="https://www.ye.undp.org/content/yemen/en/home/presscenter/pressreleases/2019/prolonged-conflict-would-make-yemen-the-poorest-country-in-the-w.html" target="_blank" rel="noopener">new report[/url] by the United Nations Development Programme shows that a recent tightening of the Saudi-led Coalition’s blockade against the country, and the fuel shortages it has sparked, not only are exacerbating Yemen’s humanitarian crisis but also are slated to make Yemen the world’s poorest country by 2022.

In the nursery at the Maternity and Childhood Hospital in Amran, doctors and families alike fear that fuel shortages will lead to power cuts, plunging the ward into darkness and rendering its life-saving machines inoperable. One mother in the ward diligently watches a heater placed near her infant, knowing that it the electricity-powered medical device stops, her child will die.

Dr. Hadi Al-Hamzi, the director-general of the hospital, said that 30 infants could die if their incubators stop for just two hours. He added, “We have a severe shortage of generator fuel, and we have no prospect of getting more in the coming days.” Mohammed Mujahed, the director of Amran Governorate’s Health Office, warned that intensive care for pregnant mothers and nurseries in the province could be stopped in a matter of hours if no generator fuel is secured.

The Saudi-led Coalition has stepped up its seizure and detention of ships carrying food and fuel into Yemen and the effects of those seizures are already being felt by ordinary people. Thousands of Yemenis already facing acute food shortages could die, as stocks of stored food dwindle and cannot be replenished. Sultana Begum, a representative of the Norwegian Refugee Council humanitarian organization, <a href="https://www.reuters.com/article/us-yemen-economy-fuel/lines-as-far-as-the-eye-can-see-new-fuel-shortage-hits-yemen-idUSKBN1WE0BF" target="_blank" rel="noopener">told Reuters that[/url] “fuel shortages in Yemen exacerbate the already dire humanitarian situation in the country and lead to unacceptable levels of suffering.”

For 40 days, the Coalition, led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, has continued to hold 13 ships loaded with oil derivatives at sea, preventing them from entering the port of Hodeida. The UN has already inspected and licensed the ships in compliance with a decision issued by the Saudi-backed Hadi government that requires customs duties to be paid in Aden before ships can discharge in Hodeida.'

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