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    An international campaign to collect 200,000 signatures to end the war in Yemen

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    An international campaign to collect 200,000 signatures to end the war in Yemen Empty An international campaign to collect 200,000 signatures to end the war in Yemen

    Post by Rocky Tue 02 Jan 2018, 3:37 am


    An international campaign to collect 200,000 signatures to end the war in Yemen

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    An international campaign to collect 200,000 signatures to end the war in Yemen %D8%A7%D9%84%D9%8A%D9%85%D9%86-696x435
    Information / Baghdad ..
    The United Arab Emirates (UAE) International Campaign on Monday announced its success in collecting more than 200,000 signatures around the world calling for an end to the war in Yemen led by the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.
     In a press statement, the campaign said it had begun collecting signatures since early November 2017. The petition included the need to hold those responsible for war crimes against civilians, including UAE leaders, accountable.
    The signing was distributed to more than 110 countries around the world, with the highest percentages being from the United States, Germany, France, South Africa, Australia, Morocco, Brazil, Pakistan and various countries.
    The petition called for an end to the war on Yemen immediately and an end to the siege imposed on the country several weeks ago, resulting in a famine that began to reap the lives of innocent people in different Yemeni cities.
    The petition also included key demands made by several European governments to halt the sale of arms to the UAE and the coalition countries for war crimes in Yemen and their failure to comply with international law.
    Among other demands, the petition also calls for all those involved in war crimes to be brought to the international tribunal, including Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed, Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces and other Emirati leaders.
    The launch of the petition came in light of the passage of more than a thousand days on the war of the coalition countries on Yemen, without appearing on the horizon any solution to this conflict, which plunged the country in the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, according to the United Nations. Finished


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