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Yemen: Our Children Are Suffering Under Saudi Arabia’s Cruelty

Your Ability Organization, February 20, 2017. Alistair Reign News Blog.

Yemeni children are suffering.

The war destroyed anachronisms, and every corner of Yemen by ferocious and barbarity indiscriminate air strikes that has killed everything. The war has destroyed the beauty of monuments, civilizations, schools, hospitals and mosques. That wasn't enough for them, so they did an economic unjust air, land, and sea siege, and obstruction of commercial movement.

The war destroyed anachronisms, and every corner of Yemen by ferocious and barbarity indiscriminate air strikes that has killed everything.
The war has destroyed the beauty of monuments, civilizations, schools, hospitals and mosques.
That wasn’t enough for them, so they did an economic unjust air, land, and sea siege, and obstruction of commercial movement.
They prevented convoys of medical aids.
They shut down airports to prevent migrants, and travel for medical treatment.
It is a psychological war by deployment of discord between the sons of the same homeland to disrupt the national Yemeni unit.
The Saudi attack on Yemen broke the whole human and war rights – without mercy – the attack broke all boundaries of religions, humanitarian laws, and international norms.
The war destroyed, killed, displace people, created famine, and broke the people’s right to life.
With a savage, dead heart!!

They didn’t care about the childhood.
They didn’t care about the innocent children.
The whole world knows these crimes.
The world knows about the blood-root massacres.
Our children now are homeless – without out any hope that they used to have before.
They have no houses anymore, and look for somewhere to live in.
The children’s situation is really tragic, and breaks our hearts.
The streets are their houses now.
They try to find food – with naked bodies in this hoarfrost.
You may find them searching for firewood to get warmth, or you might see them carrying receptacles to get some water from far distances.
They live in destruction, while the other children in the world live happily !!

Curable diseases threaten their lives, especially with the inability to have treatment.
Some kids waiting in dialysis and chemical therapy queues die before the remedy.
Many kids get injured by bombs.
There are those who lost their families.
It’s hard for a little kid to live in such world without home, family or care.
You can see the calamitous in their eyes.
You find them carrying out worries by themselves.
It’s really big humanitarian calamity !!

They need psychological and incorporeal support, subvention, and health care.
It’s the whole world’s duty to face this situation in order to stop our children’s suffering.
The enemy continues the crimes – since no one opposes.
We have to deal with this wretched situation that our children live in.
We have to stop their suffering.
We all know that they are pure, white hearts  – try to reset children’s smile, and to medicate the deep hurt that still bleeds.
It’s a bad situation for innocent childhood !!

The Peace will return in my country Yemen.
We will hear, and see blissfulness in every corners of Yemen.
With victory close, with god willing, we believe on god to cease our misery, and to stop this savagery attack.
We will overcome all obstacles, because God is with us.
God will never disheartens us – for he is merciful.
YEMEN – the country of Faith AND Wisdom – will win !!

Written by a civilian living inside war-torn Sana’a, Yemen, and a volunteer at Your Ability Organization.


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