The Center for Inquiry’s Office of Public Policy serves as liaison to our nation’s (United States of America) government, to see that every available means is used to defend and promote science, reason, and secular values. We work with lawmakers to effect legislative [continue reading].
In a report published by Middle East Eye states that they have seen a top-secret strategy document prepared for Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan which reveals that the United Arab Emirates is losing faith in the ability of Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah [continue reading].
Following months of a merciless Saudi Arabia-led military campaign against its own land and people, Yemen stands at the very edge of an apocalyptic humanitarian crisis, an institutional and economic black hole, and an open wound on the map of Southern Arabia. Exhausted by war [continue reading].
“Children are terrified by noises. Finding food is a challenge. There’s rarely power. Many people in Yemen and beyond dream of an end to the fighting. As the civil war in Yemen continues, many families say they are living in constant fear. “Parents say that their [continue reading].
Human Rights Watch has released a report outlining the cases of unlawful airstrikes on Yemen homes, facilities and essential services. In this article I focus on the bombings that caused fatalities to civilians; and expand with additional information. Amran On April 11, [continue reading].
The Rohingya are fleeing horrific Apartheid-like conditions where 140,000 are confined in what many describe as “concentration camps” and what the U.S. Holocaust Museum has described as “early warning signs of genocide”. The Rohingya are fleeing horrific [continue reading].
A top American lawmaker says the Obama administration’s military assistance to Riyadh may violate U.S. law. This page contains highlighted snippets, a link to full article is located at the end. On Sept. 28, the same day President Barack Obama addressed world leaders before [continue reading].
“Yemen after five months looks like Syria after five years.” – Peter Maurer, President of the International Committee of the Red Cross Six months ago, Saudi Arabia launched a military campaign against Yemen, the Middle East’s poorest nation. With support from the [continue reading].
Saudi Arabia has killed in excess of 6,000 Yemenis as Riyadh’s military aggression against the impoverished Arab country enters its seventh month, says Yemen’s Civil Coalition. According to a report by the Nongovernmental Organization (NGO), which was published on Saturday [continue reading].