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Why are millions starving in Yemen? | Start Here



The UN says the window to stop famine in war-torn Yemen is closing fast.
After a pause during the pandemic, rival groups are back to fighting.
Air strikes coordinated by a Saudi-led coalition have also resumed.
So how did Yemen go from being the heart of Arab civilisation to the brink of famine?
Start Here revisits our first ever episode for an update.

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  1. if Yemen remains peace, they will control their sea, and they will take tax from the ship pass through their Aden sea. Most of the European oil tanker, ships use this sea. If they need to pay tax, the amount is huge. European: Let's make Yemen unstable and use their sea and strait free of cost, and also use duckhead KSA and sell weapons to them too. 😏

  2. Correct me if I’m wrong: isn’t it forbidden to for a believer to kill another in Islam? But above all I’m worried about the innocent children, women and old people caught in the middle. Shame on the warmongers! Shame on the warmongers! Shame on the warmongers! And last but not least the instigators of war who strap on suicide vests and wreak havoc. Where does it say suicide is allowed in the Koran?

  3. I think the answer to the question of your topic is that all the richest nations of the world especially the ones who control the so called United nations United to starve the people of Yemen. They also benefit from selling weapons used to kill innocent civilians. And at the same time keep talking as if they are concerned

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