Trump’s Veto is US War to Kill Yemeni People: Al-Houthi
A member of the Supreme Political Council Mohammed al-Houthi said on Wednesday Trump’s veto confirmed that the illegal war, violations and the ongoing crimes in Yemen led by US administration to kills the Yemeni people.
Al-Houthi affirmed that the veto expressed that the war on Yemen is an external aggression to kill the Yemeni people.
“Trump’s veto proves the US administration is adopting full terrorism and commits war crime in the other countries in a flagrant violation of the humanitarian law,” al-Houthi said.
Al-Houthi added the veto was a green light for continuing the aggression and siege to push Yemen to the tragic humanitarian situation and reach the Yemeni people at the risk of to the famine.
Al-Houthi held the United Sates the full responsibility for launching the war, committing the crimes and violation of the international law to kill the Yemenis and destroy infrastructure.
The US has provided billions of dollars of arms to the coalition waging a devastating war in Yemen. Members of Congress have expressed concern about the thousands of civilians killed in coalition airstrikes since the conflict began nearly four years ago.
An Oxfam representative stated that the US, UK, and French governments are behind millions of people starving in Yemen because they are “supporting this war”.
“We have 14 million people starving,” Richard Stan forth, Oxfam UK’s regional policy officer for the Middle East, told RT, adding that “British, French, American governments are all behind this, they are all supporting this war”.
A UN panel has compiled a detailed report of civilian casualties caused by the Saudi military and its allies during their war against Yemen, saying the Riyadh-led coalition has used precision-guided munitions in its raids on civilian targets.
Obtained by the French investigative news organization, Disclose, the “highly classified document” by the French Directorate of Military Intelligence from September of last year harshly criticizes the Royal Saudi Armed Forces (RSAF) for their inability to take full advantage of their amazing arsenal to more effectively wage their brutal war against Yemen.