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Sarah Abdallah Sep 14
Oil refineries get attacked in Saudi Arabia and the whole world completely loses it. But an ongoing genocide in , where millions of men, women and kids are being bombed and starved to death by the US-UK-backed Saudi regime for 4 years now, barely ever makes the headlines.
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Charles Shoebridge Sep 14
For years US UK media have largely ignored every day attacking , killing thousands of civilians with US UK supplied arms. But when Houthi rebels hit back at Saudis, for US UK media it’s a chance to blame and make it front page news
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Sarah Abdallah 2h
Ron Paul: “ did not attack Saudi Arabia in 2015. It was the other way around. If you start a war and the other country fights back, you should not be entitled to complain about how unfair the whole thing is.”
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@mazzen mohammed Sep 14
Saudi is bombing Yemen daily. while world is silent. But when Saudi is attacked It is a crime(hypocrisy)
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almila 🇹🇷 🏳️‍🌈 18h
Replying to @spectatorindex
17 million starving Yemenis wasn't enough get the world to focus on , but sadly this will
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Sarah Abdallah 23h
“Let’s bomb , for something it didn’t do, as revenge for oil refineries attacked in Saudi Arabia, which is committing genocide in with our full backing.” The “logic” of neocon warmonger and John McCain’s partner-in-crime, Lindsey Graham.
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Sarah Abdallah 22h
As he agitates for war against , here’s all you need to know about Mike Pompeo: “I was the CIA director. We lied, we cheated, we stole. We had entire training courses.”
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Michael Johns Sep 14
None of this would be possible without the engagement of the regime, the world's largest state-sponsor of . The regime's terrorist fingerprints can be found widely: , , , , , , --and (as here) in :
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Jim Early Sep 14
Saudi bombed a prison in a week ago and killed over 150 people and it barely made a news ripple. A bombing of a Saudi oil installation (any casualties?) sparks hysteria though ...
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Sarah Abdallah Sep 14
The US government is behind thousands of Saudi Arabia’s bombing raids on innocent civilians across , along with a crippling siege that has left millions of Yemeni men, women and children starving. Cute propaganda though, warmonger.
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Charles Shoebridge 19h
In a single tweet the hypocrisy of UK foreign policy: UK govt has never condemned for slaughtering thousands of civilians with US UK arms, but when Houthis hit back killing nobody it’s an ‘egregious attack that’s unreservedly condemned’
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Shireen Al-Adeimi 13h
Trump has been helping Saudi Arabia destroy and is threatening to go to war with Iran over Saudi's baseless claims. Congress must stop this madness now.
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Fuad Rajeh Sep 15
Anyway, attacks on Saudi oil facilities have made headlines worldwide. Maybe some media cried after attacks on Aramco, while "millions" of children, women and men who could die from hunger in are barely mentioned. Priority is to arms sales. Welcome to the West-led world.
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Enrico Ivanov ☦ Sep 14
Saudis are losing badly their war against : _ their current defence systems cannot deter Houthi counterattacks (both drones and missiles repeatedly hit their targets inside Saudi Arabia) _ they achieved nothing on Yemeni territory other than a humanitarian catastrophe.
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China Daily Sep 14
Sadia Ibrahim receives medical treatment at an anti-malnutrition treating center in . The 11-year-old severely malnourished girl now weighs around 12 kg. Millions of Yemenis have become not able to secure one meal a day for their children.
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Deven_Intel Sep 14
If the rebels were behind this attack on facilities in than it means they possess new strong drone capabilities. This was deep in Saudi Arabia & super far from literally 1681KM from the Yemen capital of .
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Brits4Rights Sep 13
warns that lack of funding is threatening the lives of millions of in . The longer wages war on Yemen, the more Yemeni people will suffer and die.
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Mats ☮ Nilsson 8h
Prince Bone Saw might slam a Houthi attack on its oil-producing facilities as “terrorist aggression” and find sympathetic echoes in Foreign Office statements from Western & Gulf gov. But bombing children in is done quietly and forgotten by the MSM.
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Eastern Lion 东方军事爱好者 🇨🇳🇸🇾🇾🇪🇮🇷🇷🇺 12h
Eight soldiers were killed by Yemeni army and popular committees in southern border of KSA, which is admitted by Saudi media.
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🇸🇬 Aleph 🕯️ א 🇸🇬 21h
US official: Accuracy of attacks on Saudi oil installations shows that the attacks were launched from the northwest, not from Yemen via:
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