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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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Yemeni Journal 1h
This boy said, "If I have enough food in my home, I won't be here." The war on forced children to leave schools and go to work. Children in my country are working to afford most of their families basic needs such as foods, water & health expenses!
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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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Sarah Abdallah 15h
A literal genocide is happening right now in at the hands of Saudi Arabia, the US, the UAE and the UK. But Western media outlets are you too busy spreading lies and laying the groundwork for the next illegal regime change war in to cover it.
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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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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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Caitlin Johnstone ⏳ Apr 16
How can anyone continue to support this monster?
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Ahmad Algohbary 14h
Trump’s despicable decision to continue involvement in grows worse by the day. History won’t forget his role in prolonging and worsening these humanitarian atrocities.
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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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@ayesh_alsanady Apr 15
Famine is crushing children in as the whole world stands still to the suffocating siege imposed on the country
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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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Sarah Abdallah Apr 17
Chucky, you voted for the criminal Iraq War; championed Israel’s destruction of Lebanon in 2006; and supported the wars on Gaza, Libya and Syria. You’re the last person on the face of the planet to decry inhumanity anywhere—especially . Save us your crocodile tears.
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Shireen Al-Adeimi Apr 16
Donald J. Trump is a war criminal.
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Radhya Almutawakel Apr 17
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