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Orla Guerin Aug 18
Bloodied schoolbags belonging to children who never came home after an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition . At least 33 children were killed. Where does Saudi Arabia get most of its arms? From Britain and the US.
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Darth Continent Aug 17
Replying to @JimCarrey
Gee, I wonder who decided to sell some $500m worth of US weapons to Saudi Arabia? Maybe this guy bowing before their Muslim king? 😐
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Ted Lieu Aug 15
Apparently the US assisted Coalition targeted the school bus in because 2 Houthi leaders were supposedly on it. If they knew kids were also on the bus, then it's a war crime because the strike was way out of proportion to any military gain.
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Daniel DePetris Aug 17
“CNN has established that the weapon that left dozens of children dead on August 9 was a 500-pound (227 kilogram) laser-guided MK 82 bomb made by Lockheed Martin, one of the top US defense contractors.”
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Orla Guerin Aug 18
Hard to look at but important to see - survivors of airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition on school bus in . The UK has sold about 5 billion pounds worth of arms to Saudi Arabia since the conflict began. So far no response from the UK gov - apart from a single tweet
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Bahaa.Shammala 🇵🇸 Gaza ✌ Aug 19
I guess if is a state of Arab or just like Israel, both like to kill without any mercy. That's what happen today in 💔. Where is the Human Rights organization from what does happen there everyday?
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Peter Daou Aug 17
WHY ARE WE SUPPLYING BOMBS TO SLAUGHTER CHILDREN IN ?
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Harry Leslie Smith 23h
Make no mistake had Russia provided the bombs to Assad to butcher 40 school children in Syria, we'd be calling it a war crime and demanding retaliatory air strikes as well as sanctions.
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Orla Guerin Aug 18
Rushed to hospital with this school bag still on his back - a survivor of airstrike by led coalition on school bus in . The coalition defended the strike as a legitimate military action. Says it will investigate - which amounts to investigating itself.
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Orla Guerin Aug 19
This is Mohamed, who died last month from starvation. A harrowing picture but we can never show enough images from Yemen - a conflict world leaders seem eager to ignore.
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Yemen Embassy D.C. Aug 18
The recent visit to ’s leader is yet another proof added to the overwhelming evidence of the destabilizing role of Hezbollah in and its support to the Houthis. This came just a couple of weeks ahead of the upcoming round of the peace talks in Geneva.
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zaidali Aug 18
Replying to @JimCarrey
Where is the so called "international community" from the Saudi crimes against humanity in .? Where is the talk about human rights? when will US/UK and others stop selling arms to Saudi to fuel killing kids? Clearly kids lives are the price for US/UK
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Brecht Jonkers 21h
The phrase "-backed rebels" from the mainstream media, is wrong on three levels: - They are not backed by Iran in any way - They are not rebels. They have been part of the revolutionary government of since 2014 - They are not called Houthis, but
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Khaled Beydoun Aug 19
Friends - To help the children of , I am donating 50% of the royalties from my book, American Islamophobia, earned during the months of August and September. Please Retweet and Share.
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Haykal Bafana Aug 18
Children digging graves for other children. This is . By for
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Orla Guerin Aug 19
Retweeting our story from Yemen last month - the suffering so often goes unseen but the UN says one child dies every 10 minutes from preventable causes.
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AL NURI MOSQUE 17h
Graphic identifying civilian massacres in with the bomb makers - Raytheon, Lockheed Martin and General Dynamics.
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Khaled Beydoun Aug 18
Much love to Jim Carrey for this tweet about
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Ahmad Algohbary Aug 19
Why does this child cry? Because led coalition airstrike killed his dad today with other 12 fishermen by targeting their boat near Alsawabea Island .
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Ted Lieu 24h
This editorial on is absolutely correct. The US needs to end its support for the coalition, which has dropped bombs on hospitals, schools, weddings, funerals, and a school bus. These airstrikes look like war crimes.
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