Children’s Charity Estimates As Many As 85,000 Yemeni Children May Have Died During War

The ongoing war in Yemen is a disgraceful attack upon a civilian population by a coalition of warmongers, led by the Saudi Arabian regime, and fed by weapons manufacturers from the US and UK.

Tens of thousands of innocent people are accepted as having died. But, recently, children’s charities have analysed the available data and reached the conclusion that the numbers of dead children is much, much higher than was previously estimated.

It is shocking when children perish during war, either by direct attacks or due to the effects of hunger and disease. There is no honour in killing children. Yet, the foreign armies under the control of Wahhabism continue to bomb and blast the life out of Yemen for no reason other than they wish to effect complete control of the entire region. And the international community remains largely ineffective in stopping this carnage.

The following report looks at the facts surrounding the slaughter in Yemen. It is but one of the crises that afflict us at this time. What a world we share.

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  1. The war on Yemen has perhaps done more to reveal the purely Satanic face of the Global Axis of Evil and the pathetic exhibition of apathy on part of the rest of the world than any other conflict namely because of the sheer helplessness of the people of Yemen and the fact no help ever arrived from anywhere… these people have basically been left to face a genocide while the world watches on… Is humanity going to not ever pay for this? It sure will. For there is no action which does not have a reaction equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. It is just a matter of time when the pay back would begin.

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