Evacuation of Yazidis on hold as White House declares siege is over
|things are not as bad as initially feared says a Pentagon spokesman|
On top of Mount Sinjar things are not as bad as initially feared says a Pentagon spokesman. That is good news for the Yazidi's.
|Gaza hospitals in dire need of supplies|
Meanwhile elsewhere, the siege of Gaza continues. The 500,000 Palestinians remain without shelter, the hospitals remain bursting at the seams with thousands of injured civilians, many of which are children being treated two to a bed, the supply of medicines and medical essentials remains critical and food, water and shelter remain in short supply.
wards filled beyond capacity and a never-ending stream of injured
In Gaza, it is as bad as feared, but nobody in Washington, London,Paris, the UN security Council or Berlin gives a damn.
Shame on the capitals of the western world and their representatives in New York and western media for not reporting this humanitarian crisis.