International voices calling for an end to the war on Yemen, which are consistent with the stances (albeit in the media) declared by the new US administration, have been rising. However, this contradicts realities on the ground, where the ferocity of the war increases, the number of air strikes targeting Yemeni cities are intensified, as well as the land, air and sea blockade on the Yemeni people is strictly tightened, with the direct assistance and participation of the US and European forces whose political leaders pretend to be in favor of stopping this war.
Despite the painful cries of patients in hospitals and the agony of citizens in all civilian facilities who are suffering from the lack of oil derivatives, and the growing number of deaths resulting from this brutal, inhuman and unlawful blockade. It has been described by all neutral international human rights organizations as a humanitarian catastrophe caused by blockade without achieving any military advantage on the ground by the countries of the war on Yemen.
Instead of seeing positive steps towards peaceful solutions consistent with what is declared in the media of the international powers in this regard, the Yemeni people are faced with hard and compelling realities that confirm the intention of those countries to continue their support for Saudi Arabia and the UAE with every means they possess (logistical, personnel and material), so that the war against the dear oppressed Yemeni people can continue. The most recent of this were the documented facts revealed by the Security and Intelligence Service, in audio and video, about a highly trained and well-organized network working directly with the British Secret Intelligence Service (M16) to directly support aerial bombardments that have affected most of the civilian facilities and capabilities of the Yemeni people and killed thousands of innocent people, according to reports by the UN organizations and other INGOs, including what was stated in the reports of the Group of Eminent International and Regional Experts, the United Nations Human Rights Council, on Yemen.
Is it high time now for this contradiction between words and deeds to stop, and is the time ripe for real effective efforts to join together to end this futile war against the dear Yemeni people?
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