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Sarah Abdallah Apr 16
: Hillary - Closed a deal for $29.4 billion in F-15 jets to Saudi Arabia; Obama - Enabled Saudi Arabia’s genocidal war; Trump - Sold Saudi Arabia $460 billion in weapons and vetoed the bill to end US support for the war; History will remember these war criminals’ names.
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Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ Apr 16
How can anyone continue to support this monster?
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Jack D 🌹 10h
So today's takeaway is that Tories are offended by Diane Abbot having a tinnie on a train, but not by their party supporting a regime that's murdering children in , and beheading gays at home. 🤷‍♂️☕
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Radhya Almutawakel Apr 17
I'm honored to be on for work in . Thanks to and for the kind profile. Mostly, thank you to my brave colleagues. Hope this increases pressure to stop violations and end the war in
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Arab News 10h
’s Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi has openly threatened international waters by stating that he can launch attacks “in the … the Saudi shore… even reach the shores of some African countries”
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CODEPINK Apr 16
BREAKING: Trump just vetoed , the historic War Powers resolution to end US war on .
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Shireen Al-Adeimi Apr 17
Obama began the US' war in and continued it despite mass starvation due to the blockade & thousands of deaths due to airstrikes. He was also happy to use the AUMF to order killings in , Pakistan, & elsewhere. Let's stop whitewashing his violent legacy.
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Cassandra Fairbanks Apr 16
I’m kind of depressed. Trump didn’t drain the swamp... he hired it.
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Morgan Ortagus Apr 19
. spoke with UK Foreign Secretary . The leaders reaffirmed their commitment to continued diplomatic efforts in and their support for the political process in . They also discussed ensuring the security of critical infrastructure, including 5G.
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Javad Zarif Apr 17
Even the U.S. Congress wants to put an end to 's destabilizing activities in . But petrofinanced and their enabler in the White House will continue—with American lives and against U.S. interests—to push for forever wars.
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Sarah Leah Whitson 7h
What a way to make a buck. More than 70,000 killed in civil war: ACLED | Yemen News | Al Jazeera
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Luke Baines Apr 16
The president just vetoed the war powers resolution act which would have ended the US’ involvement in the war. If you’re in the US, pls call your representatives. If you’re living elsewhere, pls RT ’s latest tweet. Thank you. It means a lot.
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ravinder singh sidhu Apr 16
No much outcry for children of but plenty of for a building in France. Who will pledge €100m for these children ? Not many !
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Sarah Abdallah Apr 16
In other words, Trump will continue aiding and abetting Saudi Arabia’s bombing and starvation of tens of millions of innocents to death in , furthering the biggest humanitarian catastrophe in the world. Absolutely disgraceful.
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Nadwa Dawsari 7h
My heart breaks every time I leave . Yemen never leaves me...
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Sarah Leah Whitson Apr 16
No blood stained check will buy off world scorn for massacres of children in , gruesome dismemberment of journalist, torture and jailing of brave women activists. Dollars will never buy redemption. A jail cell and reparations might be better.
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John Nichols Apr 17
“It’s about both houses of Congress taking back our authority outlined in Article I, Section 8 of the Constitution to decide on matters of war and peace.” — ⁦⁩ on why Congress must override Trump’s veto.
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Radhya Almutawakel Apr 17
Thank you for your kind words. Thank you more for what you have done and are still doing to stop US support to Saudi Arabia for the war in my country . Trump’s vote is horrible, but it is not the end. We can all still work for peace.
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Ahmad Algohbary Apr 17
Heartbreaking. This photo shows the daily life of millions of Yemeni people. .
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