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    British arms deal with Saudi Arabia Details

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    Post by Rocky Mon 10 Jul 2017, 2:47 am

    British arms deal with Saudi Arabia Details

    Arab and international Sunday July 9, 2017



    Heading the Saudi and British interests, on Monday , July 10, 2017, to the judicial battle outstanding, which will determine the fate of a major deal of British arms with Saudi Arabia , which could be worth billions of pounds results.

    According to the Guardian , the British, it is due to the Supreme Court issued its ruling on the judicial review put arms export policy in the dock, and may cause embarrassment to the government, and you have to suspend the deal with Riyadh, which could cause wider repercussions on the British arms industry.

    The Guardian adds that the decision to stop the deal could lead to further scrutiny of British arms sales to other countries suspected of violating international humanitarian law.

    This comes at a time when the British government is witnessing accusations of covering up a report accusing Saudi Arabia of financing terrorism in the United Kingdom, as criticism mounted of British Prime Minister Theresa May by British politicians, about the reason for the delay in the publication of the report prepared by the Ministry of the Interior.

    Britain agreed to sell weapons worth 3 billion pounds (3.87 billion dollars) to Saudi Arabia in the past two years only, at a time when Saudi Arabia began bombing campaign in Yemen, where thousands of civilians have been killed in the civil war. The Saudi government supported the ousted against Houthi rebels backed by Iran, according to an earlier report published by the New York Times.

    Since the start of the conflict, Britain issued the export to sell quantities of equipment to Saudi Arabia licenses, including aircraft, and unmanned aircraft, and missiles, rockets, according to the British Guardian.

    According to the British newspaper, the "campaign against the sale of arms" has questioned whether the licenses are compatible with Britain and the European Union legislation, in view of the widespread concern about what Saudi Arabia is doing in Yemen. Condemned international organizations, including a team of United Nations experts, the European Parliament and non-governmental humanitarian organizations continued against Yemen air strikes as illegal.

    They allege that the strikes violate international humanitarian law, because it is implemented without giving adequate consideration to the protection of civilians and civilian buildings. In some cases, it is alleged that Saudi forces had deliberately targeted civilians.

    And it forced the joint European Council's position on arms sales to the United Kingdom refused any license if there was a "clear risk" for the possible use of such weapons in violation of international humanitarian law.


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