Rep. Ro Khanna On Stopping U.S. Aid in the Saudi War Against Yemen | Op-Ed | NowThis

‘The war in Yemen is the largest humanitarian catastrophe in the world’ — Rep. Ro Khanna is calling for the U.S. to stop aiding Saudi Arabia in the Yemeni war (warning: distressing images).
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Rep. Ro Khanna is speaking out on war in Yemen and calling for the U.S. to stop aiding Saudi Arabia. According to Khanna and the United Nations, the war in Yemen is the largest humanitarian catastrophe in the world. Almost 18 million people in Yemen lack basic food and nutrition. Almost a million are suffering from cholera. The United States is involved in this brutal war. The United States is supply the Saudis with weapons, refueling their planes, and assisting in the bombing of Yemenese civilians. ‘The war in Yemen is worse than a crime, it is a blunder. It’s not helping the United States’ national interests.’

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‘The war in Yemen is the largest humanitarian catastrophe in the world’ — Rep. Ro Khanna is calling for the U.S. to stop aiding Saudi Arabia in the Yemeni war (warning: distressing images).
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Rep. Ro Khanna is speaking out on war in Yemen and calling for the U.S. to stop aiding Saudi Arabia. According to Khanna and the United Nations, the war in Yemen is the largest humanitarian catastrophe in the world. Almost 18 million people in Yemen lack basic food and nutrition. Almost a million are suffering from cholera. The United States is involved in this brutal war. The United States is supply the Saudis with weapons, refueling their planes, and assisting in the bombing of Yemenese civilians. ‘The war in Yemen is worse than a crime, it is a blunder. It’s not helping the United States’ national interests.’

#Yemen #SaudiArabia #Politics #War

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