Twitterstorm mot folkmordet i Jemen (svenska vapen troliga)

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”#600Days of siege & genocide: Twitterstorm calls for an end to Yemen conflict.”

600 dagar Twitterstorm för att få slut på kriget i Jemen

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Låt vår sorg och vrede över de massiva folkrättsbrotten mot Jemens befolkning
mynna ut i följande solidaritetsdeklaration

STOPPA ANGREPPSKRIGET MOT JEMEN!

STOPPA UTSVÄLTNINGEN AV JEMEN – HÄV BLOCKADEN NU!

INGA SVENSKA VAPEN TILL JEMENS BÖDLAR!

STÖD TILL SAUDI ÄR STÖD TILL DAESH!

ERKÄNN JEMENS NYA REGERING!

ÅTERUPPBYGG JEMEN!

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  1 comment for “Twitterstorm mot folkmordet i Jemen (svenska vapen troliga)

  1. M
    16 november, 2016 at 17:31

    Vad ska man tycka om UK-regimen??

    The UK government has refused to stop arms sales to Saudi Arabia, rejecting calls by two parliamentary committees and human rights groups to cease its multibillion-dollar military exports, which critics claim are fueling the war in Yemen.

    Noting that the UK defense industry is “hugely successful and an important part of our export portfolio,” the Foreign Office said that the Gulf is a “crucial market for defense exports, in particular Saudi Arabia, to which over 30 percent of all UK arms export licenses in 2015 were approved.”

    “As we move towards expanding our military presence and relationships in the Gulf, we would expect defense exports to that region to have a key role to play,” four Cabinet ministers stressed in a joint statement.

    Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT), a UK-based organization working to end the international arms trade, said Riyadh was Britain’s “most shameful relationship,” adding that UK weapons used in Saudi Arabia’s devastating attacks in Yemen have created a humanitarian disaster. According to CAAT, the UK licensed £3.3 billion (US$4.1 billion) of arms to the Saudis during the first 12 months of the Yemen bombardment.

    According to Human Rights Watch (HRW) records, since the start of the Saudi-led air campaign in Yemen – which began on March 26, 2015 – the coalition, with direct military support from the US and assistance from the UK, has conducted at least 58 “unlawful airstrikes,” with other human rights organizations and the UN having documented dozens more. Since the beginning of the war there have been multiple reports of Saudi jets targeting schools, hospitals, marketplaces and other civilian buildings.
    https://www.rt.com/uk/367006-uk-arms-sale-saudi/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=RSS

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