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    Amnesty International launches global campaign to stop arms flow to Saudi Arabia

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    Amnesty International launches global campaign to stop arms flow to Saudi Arabia Empty Amnesty International launches global campaign to stop arms flow to Saudi Arabia

    Post by Rocky Sat 05 Jan 2019, 6:48 am


    Amnesty International launches global campaign to stop arms flow to Saudi Arabia

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    Amnesty International launched Saturday, a global campaign to stop the flow of arms to Saudi Arabia and the UAE under the slogan "Stop the flow of arms that kill Balimnyen", while the Saudi authorities accused the exercise of numerous violations against human rights. 
    "It has become difficult to ignore the conflict in Yemen, the world has been shocked by the images of civilians who have been killed or wounded; starving Yemenis, the destruction of schools, hospitals and markets with the bombs on it, made in the United States of America," the organization said in a statement. in the UK". 
    "We must put an end to the flow of weapons that fuel human rights violations in Yemen," she said. "We can pressure countries to stop arms transfers, reduce violations and the suffering of civilians, and send a message to the Saudi-UAE-led coalition that persistent violations will not be tolerated. with her".
    "Some countries, including Germany, the Netherlands and Norway, have started restricting arms sales to the Saudi-UAE-led coalition, but other countries, including America, Britain, Spain and Canada, continue to supply arms to the coalition," the organization said. 
    "The execution of executions, torture, repression of activists, journalists and academics, the killing of a dissident journalist in his country's consulate abroad, and the worsening humanitarian crisis in Yemen are just some of the abuses that are being attempted," the organization said. The Saudi authorities have diverted our attention from costly public relations campaigns. "
    Amnesty International campaign director Samah Hadid confirmed that more than 22 million Yemenis are still struggling to live under constant air raids and bombing despite nearly four years of war in Yemen, The Saudi-UAE alliance and claimed the lives of thousands of Yemenis. 
    She pointed out that many people feel "absolute helplessness when they see pictures of Yemenis starving children that have recently spread widely on social networking sites and magazine pages." 
    "There is something we can do in solidarity today with Yemen. If enough people join the global campaign to stop the transfer of arms to the coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, we will be able to change the reality," she said.
    "It is time to put an end to the transfer of arms used to fuel the crisis in Yemen," she said, calling for joining the "global campaign to stop arms transfers to the alliance led by Saudi Arabia and the UAE."Ending / 25


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