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https://english.almasirah.net/details.php?es_id=5623&cat_id=1 (Yemeni Media, Al Masirah)

 

UN Chief: Over 80,000 Kids Have Died of Starvation in Yemen

add at: 2019-02-27 12:12:37

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News - Yemen

 

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres highlighted the impact of the Saudi-led coalition against the impoverished country nearly four years ago on Yemeni children in a donor conference in the Swiss city of Geneva on Tuesday.


“Children did not start the war in Yemen, but they are paying the highest price.  Some 360,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition, fighting for their lives every day.  And one credible report put the number of children under 5 who have died of starvation at more than 80,000,” Guterres said.

 

The atrocious military aggression has significantly increased the number of internally displaced people to 3.3 million, and the figure marks a sharp uptick from 2.2 million recorded last year, the UN chief went on to say.


Warning of the worsening health and humanitarian situation in Yemen, he said “Over half of all health facilities are out of action, and nearly 20 million people lack access to adequate health care.”


“In 2017, the worst cholera epidemic in history reached unprecedented levels as water supplies and sanitation and public health services collapsed… Almost 18 million Yemenis still do not have adequate access to safe drinking water or sanitation.”

 

On the education field in the war-torn country,  the UN chief said that “two million children in Yemen are out of school, and 2,000 schools have been directly affected by the conflict:  damaged, destroyed, converted to shelter for the displaced or occupied by armed groups.  And half of the teachers in Yemen have not been paid in over two years.”

 

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Referring to the UN-brokered ceasefire agreement signed between the Yemeni  National Delegation and Riadh-backed Delegation in December, Guterres acknowledged that significant challenges remained in implementing a withdrawal from the key Red Sea port of Hodeidah, emphasizing that progress has been slow in implementing a troop withdrawal.

 

The document of the agreed ceasefire in Hodeidah includes three provisions: a ceasefire along the Hodeidah front and the redeployment of armed forces out of the city and its port; an agreement on prisoner exchange; and a statement of understanding on the southern Yemeni city of Taiz.

 

Mohammed Ali al-Houthi, the  head of the Supreme Revolutionary Committee, has accused in a statement the countries of aggression of not dealing seriously with the efforts of the international envoy or international efforts, pointing out that the given time for the aggression, by chairman of the Coordinating Committee General Michael Lollesgaard,  to begin the redeployment has ended with no result.

 

He added that the obstruction of the aggression coalition to implement the first phase deprived the envoy to talk about progress in his briefing and that he has lost confidence.

 

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The UN chief also announced that the World Food Programme (WFP) has been able to reach the  Red Sea Mills food stores in the key port city of Hodeidah, where more than 50,000 tonnes of wheat - enough to feed 3.7 million people for a month.

 

Earlier on Tuesday, the National Delegation confirmed that a technical team of United Nations has left from the areas controlled by the Army and Popular Committees safely to the Red Sea mills in the province of Hodeidah. While, on the other hand, the US-Saudi mercenaries opened fire on the UN team after crossing the last point controlled by the Army and Committees.

 

Although the Army and Popular Committees have made a lot of concessions and started implementing the first phase of the redeployment in Hodeidah, the US-Saudi aggression and its mercenaries hindered and delayed and did not abide by the implementation of the agreement and continued their violations.

 

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The Armed Forces Spokesman, Brig. Yahya Sare’e, confirmed on Tuesday that during the past 72 hours the aggression committed 283 violations targeting residential neighborhoods, farms and houses of citizens.

 

"We call on the United Nations, its Special Envoy and the head of the international observer team to take a firm and serious stance on the intransigence and procrastination of the forces of the aggression and its mercenaries," he said in a statement to Saba. 

 

Brig. Sare’e said that the aggression and its mercenaries have no desire to implement the agreement, stop the war, end the suffering of our People. They only try to bypass the terms of the agreement, as well as continue their intensive violations. “Many heinous crimes against our people have been committed by these forces,” he added.


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9 million Ukrainians died of starvation in 1930s 

Do we have even one Hollywood movie commemoration of that ? No 

These things happen , it's very unfortunate and a terrible tragedy but this is not the worst case 

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18 minutes ago, Panzerwaffe said:

9 million Ukrainians died of starvation in 1930s 

Do we have even one Hollywood movie commemoration of that ? No 

These things happen , it's very unfortunate and a terrible tragedy but this is not the worst case 

Hollywood serves the Communists of the past and the Zionists of today.

It is not the worst case, but it is a terrible case.

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Maternal, child services on verge of total collapse, in Yemen: UNICEF

According to the report, all maternal and child services are on the verge of total collapse. A mother and six babies die every two hours in Yemen because of complications during pregnancy or childbirth. 

The continuing war in Yemen has worsened the situation of women and children at birth in a country that was already the poorest country in the Middle East and one of the poorest Countries of the world even before the escalation of the war of aggression by early 2015. 

"Only 51% of all health facilities are fully operational, and there is a severe shortage of medicines, equipment and staff. Home deliveries are also rising, as families are getting poorer every day," UNICEF said. 

June 14, 2019 - 12:26 PM News Code : 950612 Source : AlmasirahLink: 

Maternal, child services on verge of total collapse, in Yemen: UNICEF

 

The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) said in a report that infant mothers are among the most vulnerable in Yemen lacking basic public services, including maternal and child support. 

http://en.abna24.com/news//maternal-child-services-on-verge-of-total-collapse-in-yemen-unicef_950612.html

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3 hours ago, aaaz1618 said:

All. For. What?

All tyrants specially KSA & Israel knew that after rising Yemen from dust & emerging Yemani from it ,Imam Mahdi (aj) will reappear & will destroy them ,they were unsuccessful from stopping Iran but they use all of their power to stop Yemen rises like Iran against them .

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7 minutes ago, aaaz1618 said:

Sorry, I meant the children being killed. What is it all for? I ask rhetorically.

This is a complete genocide by tyrants to make sure that next generation of Shias  won't be soldiers of Imam Mahdi (aj) in future ,they used this dirty tactic in Karbala & martyred Ali asghar (رضي الله عنه) on hands of Imam Hussain(عليه السلام)  while he was like children of Yemen was suffering from starvation & thirst :cry:

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1 hour ago, LeftCoastMom said:

This is a global disgrace. 

I don't know. Neither the houthis nor the yemens government lower themselves to even let the officials take food for the starving. Instead they take it and give who they wish, not who's in need or they sell it in the open market.

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2 hours ago, Aragaia said:

I don't know. Neither the houthis nor the yemens government lower themselves to even let the officials take food for the starving. Instead they take it and give who they wish, not who's in need or they sell it in the open market.

Where's that open market ,when all food is controlling by Saudis but your mind poluted by Saudi popaganda that without they  accuse houthis without real evidence 

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3 minutes ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

Where's that open market ,when all food is controlling by Saudis but your mind poluted by Saudi popaganda that without they  accuse houthis without real evidence 

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

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ROME – The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is demanding an immediate end to the diversion of humanitarian food relief in Yemen after uncovering evidence of the practice in the capital, Sana’a, and other parts of the country controlled by the Ansarullah (Houthi) movement. 

A WFP survey of registered beneficiaries has revealed that many in the capital have not been receiving the food rations to which they are entitled. In other areas, hungry people have been denied full rations. Millions of people depend on food assistance for their survival in Yemen which has been torn apart by a bitter civil war between government forces and Houthi insurgents. 

The misappropriation of food relief came to light in a WFP review conducted during recent months. It was prompted by an increasing number of reports of humanitarian food for sale on the open market in the capital. What the checks unearthed was fraud being perpetrated by at least one local partner organisation tasked by WFP with handling and distributing its food assistance. The local organisation is affiliated with the de facto Ministry of Education in Houthi-controlled Sana’a. 

“This conduct amounts to the stealing of food from the mouths of hungry people,” says WFP Executive Director David Beasley. “At a time when children are dying in Yemen because they haven’t enough food to eat, that is an outrage. This criminal behaviour must stop immediately.” 

During their checks, WFP monitors amassed photographic and other evidence of trucks illicitly removing food from designated food distribution centres. They also found that the selection of beneficiaries was being manipulated by local officials and that food distribution records were being falsified. It was discovered that some food relief is being given to people not entitled to it and some is being sold for gain in the markets of the capital. 

WFP is currently scaling up its food relief operations to reach as many as 12 million severely hungry people in Yemen. Without food assistance, as many as 20 million people could be in hunger crisis in the country which has been torn apart by a bitter civil war over recent years. WFP’s food assistance has been key in preventing famine in Yemen but, as the food security situation continues to deteriorate, the aid effort is being ramped up dramatically. 

“I’m asking the Houthi authorities in Sana’a to take immediate action to end the diversion of food assistance and ensure that it reaches those people who rely on it to stay alive,” says Beasley. “Unless this happens, we’ll have no option but to cease working with those who’ve been conspiring to deprive large numbers of vulnerable people of the food on which they depend. Meanwhile, we’re continuing our investigations and addressing those shortcomings which have given rise to this misuse of aid.”  In areas prone to abuse, WFP is pressing for an overhaul of the relief system, including an ongoing push for more monitoring, reform of the beneficiary selection process to ensure that food gets to those most in need, and the nationwide introduction of biometric registration of beneficiaries. These changes have been repeatedly resisted by the de facto authorities in Houthi-controlled areas.

https://m.wfp.org/news/news-release/wfp-demands-action-after-uncovering-misuse-food-relief-intended-hungry-people-yeme

 

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7 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthis to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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7 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthis to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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7 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthies to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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7 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthies to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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7 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthies to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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8 hours ago, Aragaia said:

In Sana'a.

It's not the Saudis that accuse them. But World Food Program for one has made reports about it.

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthis to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

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burning a village by Saudi mercenaries in west of Yemen +video

http://fa.abna24.com/news/خبری/فیلم-آتش-زدن-روستایی-در-غرب-یمن-به-دست-مزدوران-سعودی_753347.html 

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2 hours ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

everyone knows that Saudis pay large amounts of money to change their reports in it's favor also it doesn't talk about selling food in open market but says the distribution of food suffers from bad management  & corruption here another report from human rights that condems KSA & UAE for internatinal crimes & causing famine in Yemen anyway such reports always biased by Bhai's presence as representative of Israel that supports KSA & UAE & accuses Houthis to  violation of human rights while they are bombing them & are killing children by starvation of them 

Presenting the High Commissioner’s report on Yemen, Kate Gilmore, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights, regretted that despite international appeals and the unwavering efforts of the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy, peace was yet to come to Yemen.  The report found that individuals in the Government of Yemen, from among coalition members, including Saudi Arabia and the United Emirates, and from the de facto authorities had committed acts that may have amounted to international crimes.  The Group of Experts had identified a number of individuals who may have been responsible for the perpetration of those crimes.  The suffering of the Yemeni people was intensified by blockades and restrictions on imports and humanitarian assistance.  Some 22 million Yemenis were in need of assistance, while eight million were at risk of famine, Ms. Gilmore underlined.   

The following non-governmental organizations also took the floor: Iraqi Development Organization, Association of World Citizens, Baha'I International Community, Ius Primi Viri International Association, International Save the Children Alliance (in a joint statement with CIVICUS - World Alliance for Citizen Participation, Defence for Children International and International Federation for Human Rights Leagues), Lawyers Rights Watch Canada, Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies, International Institute for Rights and Development Geneva and Defence for Children International.
 

https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=23636&LangID=E

"and some is being sold for gain in the markets of the capital."

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23 hours ago, Aragaia said:

"and some is being sold for gain in the markets of the capital."

yeah they sell rotten food to provide healthy food , we had same exprience that France during war with Iraq sent HIV blood bag for Hemophilia patients that were needing urgent humanist help but they caused death of them by sending dirty bloods undercover humanitarian aid  & hide the truth from everyone

Houthis hit back

The next day the Houthis hit back, with Mohammed al-Houthi, who heads the rebels' Higher Revolutionary Committee, saying the WFP was "fully responsible for... quantities of rotten food" it sent.

The rebel official told the Houthis’ Saba news agency that he had stopped food aid coming into the country because “it violates standards and regulations and is not suitable for human consumption”.

Houthi said the rebels “welcomed” an international investigation into the claims, and called on the WFP to provide proof of its accusations.

https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/yemens-houthis-and-un-agency-trade-accusations-over-alleged-food-aid-misuse

still waiting for WFP :liar:proof but it's silent until now :liar: 

all source refer to WFP but it never provided real evidence of it 

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18 minutes ago, Ashvazdanghe said:

yeah they sell rotten food to provide healthy food , we had same exprience that France during war with Iraq sent HIV blood bag for Hemophilia patients that were needing urgent humanist help but they caused death of them by sending dirty bloods undercover humanitarian aid  & hide the truth from everyone

Houthis hit back

The next day the Houthis hit back, with Mohammed al-Houthi, who heads the rebels' Higher Revolutionary Committee, saying the WFP was "fully responsible for... quantities of rotten food" it sent.

The rebel official told the Houthis’ Saba news agency that he had stopped food aid coming into the country because “it violates standards and regulations and is not suitable for human consumption”.

Houthi said the rebels “welcomed” an international investigation into the claims, and called on the WFP to provide proof of its accusations.

https://www.middleeasteye.net/news/yemens-houthis-and-un-agency-trade-accusations-over-alleged-food-aid-misuse

still waiting for WFP :liar:proof but it's silent until now :liar:

 

Those cases are not connected. You do know the Houthis are religiously much closer to Sunnis than Shias?

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22 hours ago, Aragaia said:

Those cases are not connected. You do know the Houthis are religiously much closer to Sunnis than Shias?

they are describe as our brothers by all of our Imams after 4th Imam that follow Hanafi fiqh but kept principle of Shia Islam  

This sect appeared in the early 2nd/8th century. Inclination to Mu'tazili theology and being closer to Sunnis, in comparison to other Shi'a branches, are two characteristics of Zaydiyya. Yemen is currently the country with the largest Zaydi population.

http://en.wikishia.net/view/Zaydiyya

but I still waiting for real proofs :hahaha: not some reports by organizations that affected with KSA & Israel.

 

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The Illegal US/Saudi Blockade Has Caused 24,000 Tons Of Yemen Aid To Rot & Spoil, Starving Millions

 

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Yemeni infant dies after Saudi aggression refused to allow travel abroad for treatment

http://en.abna24.com/news//yemeni-infant-dies-after-Saudi-aggression-refused-to-allow-travel-abroad-for-treatment_957110.html

July 2, 2019 - 5:43 PM News Code : 957110 Source : AlmasirahLink: 

Yemeni infant dies after Saudi aggression refused to allow travel abroad for treatment

 

Yemeni Infant, Amirah Abdullah Al-Zayadi died after suffering from the heart disease, after she was denied the ability to travel abroad for treatment by the US-Saudi aggression. 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Yemeni Infant, Amirah Abdullah Al-Zayadi died after suffering from the heart disease, after she was denied the ability to travel abroad for treatment by the US-Saudi aggression. 

The Director of Sirwah medical center in the district, Mari Al-A’meri, announced the death of Amira Abdullah Al-Zaidi on Sunday, after bitter suffering of a weakness in her heart valves. 

Al-A’meri added that the invading coalition had refused to allow her family to travel for treatment abroad. 

“The local authority has applied to the United Nations office in Sana’a to allow the family of the girl, Amira Al-Zayadi, to travel outside the country for treatment due to her critical health condition, according to doctors‘ decision in Sana'a hospitals,” Al-A’meri said. 

Al-Amiri said the death of Amira was a disgrace to the United Nations, which failed to save Amirah's life, as well as the lives of thousands of Yemeni patients who died as a result of the closure of the Sana'a International Airport by the aggression alliance on 8 August 2016. 

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