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Yemen Is Starving, and We’re Partly to Blame


Yemen Is Starving, and We’re Partly to Blame

Chris Toensing

Twenty million people in Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab world, are at risk of dying from hunger or thirst. That’s 80 percent of the country’s population, which according to UN agencies badly needs emergency supplies of food and water, along with fuel and medicine.

This almost unimaginable crisis sounds like something out of a disaster movie. But the cause isn’t an earthquake or a tsunami.


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The three most primitive theocracies of the world, the USA, Saudi Arabia and Israel, are producing refugees in Afghanistan, Palestine, Iran, Syria, Yemen and North Africa at a rate much beyond what Europe can take on. Those rogue states should be forced to accept the refugees they are producing.
USA and NATO - get out of Europe and the Middle East. Don’t you see that you are being hated everywhere!