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CODEPINK Jun 19
BREAKING: CODEPINK crashed a party at the embassy in DC. “Events like this one serve to whitewash Saudi crimes! Saudi Arabia is causing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world through their bombing of .”
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🦋 Jun 17
Blue for Sudan, Red for Yemen. ❤️💙
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Kristine Beckerle Jun 19
1. court case on weapons sales out today. For those who need a reminder of the damage Western weapons have already wrought in , see 2019 report on just that: More soon.
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chloè Jun 17
Please please donate to Yemen
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Rasha Mohamed Jun 20
Mission accomplished: my colleague and I spent the last 10 days in investigating how the ongoing conflict has impacted the rights of persons with disabilities. Watch this space as we will be sharing the outcomes of our work soon
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Amnesty UK Jun 20
Replying to @Rasha_Abdul
Today is a huge victory - but what does this court ruling actually mean for the people of ? Check out ’s explainer as she explains the judgement - in less than a minute ✊✊🏽✊🏿
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Stop the War 13h
"Instead of appealing the judgement why not accept the judgement and stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia now and bring about peace in the and save those lives." - .
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Brits4Rights Jun 20
The government has always been more interested in arms export promotion and industry profits than in the rights and lives of Yemeni people.
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Save the Children UK Jun 20
Your incredible, tireless campaigning helped to make this happen: the UK Court of Appeal has declared UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia unlawful.
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CODEPINK Jun 21
“Saudi Arabia carries out air strikes against hospitals, schools, buses, weddings...”
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Maha Nagi Jun 20
In where the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. Rows and rows of graves for children. Innocent, young lives taken as a result of being killed amongst cilivilans in the midst of an ongoing war. media coverage is too limited .
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Fatik Al-Rodaini Jun 19
Ahmed is 6 months old. He is suffering from Severe Acute malnutrition (SAM) as several others in Remember 85000 children died last year due to hunger as 1000s waiting. Our children in a real danger as the Saudi led coalition war and blockade continue.
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International Observatory of Human Rights Jun 21
As of 2018, 22.2 million people are in need of humanitarian support in – with 11.3 million of those in acute need. Read 's extensive report: 'Neglected Nation: The Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen'
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CODEPINK Jun 24
“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia & the UAE, two great allies” that have turned Yemen into the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.
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Yemen Matters Jun 25
The scope of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen is staggering. Nearly 16 million people don't know when and where they will get their next meal from. What can be worst than this? People don't have food to eat and are surviving on bread crumbs and leaves.
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Saferworld Jun 20
In a landmark decision, the Court of Appeal has ruled that the government acted ‘irrationally’ & ‘unlawfully’ in its arms exports to Saudi Arabia. This is a victory for common sense & the law, but most importantly for the Yemeni people:
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The Opinionated 8h
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Hassan El-Tayyab Jun 20
53 Senators voted to block Trump's emergency arms sales to Saudi Arabia and the UAE!
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Carmelo Cruz 20h
Brave! team 👏 Working for Real Change and fighting against the Rich Monarchs - Saudi and UAE- to save Human lives in 🇾🇪 CODEPINK crashed a party at embassy in DC which was aimed to to whitewash Saudi crimes!
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JehanHakimجيهان حكيم 1m
Yemeni-Americans for 4 years been trying 2 STOP the US from supporting the Saudi-led coalition in its bombing campaign on our ppl-BUT advocacy attempts continue to be thwarted by #44 #45. Which will ensure that the US stops supporting YemenWar?
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