As the world focuses on the crisis in Syria, a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition continues its war on Yemen, targeting the civilian population with starvation and the destruction of infrastructure crucial for survival.
At least 10,000 people have died in the conflict, mostly civilians, but a looming hunger crisis could drive that toll far higher.
“An entire generation could be crippled by hunger,” declared Torben Due, country director for the World Food Program, in a Oct. 25 report from the U.N. News Service.
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If you recall, the US did the same thing to Iraq. And most of you didn't give a damn about that, either.
A nation which causes and/or tolerates the starvation of other people's children is NOT "great". It is a monster.
And the US, Israel, and Saudi Arabia seem to be among the world's biggest monsters.