Yemen’s War

Niyi Oyedeji and Sahar Mohammed
Soaring prices of food in Yemen and Nigeria are predisposing more households to malnutrition as both countries face insurgency and weak local currency.
Samia Aghbari
Yemen’s walls are full of political slogans that reflect the country’s sharp divisions and years of war on the ground. In addition to religious slogans, all local and regional players in the Yemen War are present on the walls. Except President Hadi is remarkably absent.
Abdel-Rashid Fakih
Without efforts targeting all elements in the Yemen War, the US special envoy’s mission will be perceived as but a move aimed at relieving the Biden administration from its electoral promises and resuming relations with Saudi Arabia in order to continue the massive arms sales with a clear conscience.
Daraj
Five years after the death of Yemeni journalist Mohamed al-Absi, who was investigating high level corruption in the country, the investigation into his case has not produced any results, despite seemingly compelling evidence he was poisoned in a truly gruesome manner. 
Balqis Abu Asbaa
Dedicated to all my former students at Sana’a University, who were swept away by the war and left this world too soon.
Jan Egeland
Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Kuwait and Qatar must act now to avert a manmade famine unfolding on their doorstep.
Safia Mahdi
The Houthi movement is becoming more Wahhabi every day. Women are no longer allowed to work in restaurants, while they can only buy contraceptives in the presence of their husband.
Safa Nasser
“I was on my way to covering a normal event, then I found myself in the middle of a battlefield.” Being a journalist in Yemen has turned into a game of tag with death.
Samar Faisal- Saudi Journalist
During the past few years, warning signs have emerged regarding preparations for normalization of relations with Israel, and some expected at that time that this step would constitute the accession of the Saudi crown prince to the royal seat …
Abdallah Mansouri
As time passed, I started to lose hope. I sought ways to support my brother and give him a ray of hope, through providing anything that could help him to continue his studies and achieve his dreams, even in prison.
لتصلكم نشرة درج الى بريدكم الالكتروني