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Tuesday, 13 December 2016

The Humanitarian Crisis grows more severe each day.




More than seven million people in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from.



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Udai Faisal, an infant suffering from acute malnutrition
Every one of the 102 Labour MP's who abstained on the Commons motion of 26th October last, calling on the Government to "suspend its support for the Saudi Arabia-led coalition forces in Yemen until it has been determined whether they have been responsible for violations of international humanitarian law in the conflict in Yemen"; should today read this article and study the photographs.
They should then ask themselves the question, "Is undermining and seeking to remove Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour party, infinitely more important than attempting to stop the destruction and humanitarian suffering being inflicted every day by the forces of Saudi Arabia and their allies,(supported and encouraged by the government and the arms trading companies of the United Kingdom), upon the people of Yemen?"
These MP's may then hang their heads in shame at the thought that their self interests perpetuates the suffering in Yemen.
Udai Faisal, shown in the main photograph, suffering from acute malnutrition, at Al-Sabeen Hospital in Sanaa, Yemen, on 22 March, 2016. Udai died on 24 March