Who will answer Yemen’s cry? A nation’ stand against foreign military occupation

Tucked away in the southern tip of Arabia lies Yemen, a majestic land which blue skies, and breath-taking beauty have now become painful reminders of what once was, and of what could have been should the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia had stayed away – should grand military powers had refused to partake in the invasion[…]


A father’s cry – Yemen’s war victim calls for legal actions against Saudi Arabia

If the world has become desensitise to human suffering, there are still crimes so tragic and unnecessary, so violent in nature and abominable in the tragedy they carry, that we cannot help but pause. Should you have missed it somehow War has held Yemen hostage since March 25th, 2015, a day which saw Saudi Arabia[…]


Unspoken Strength – Yemen found itself anew in resistance and resilience

I believe it was John F. Kennedy who said: “Tolerance implies no lack of commitment to one’s own beliefs. Rather it condemns the oppression or persecution of others.” Yemen today needs your tolerance … Yemen today requires that you set aside your assumptions and misapprehensions to look upon a people at war, and in resistance.[…]