Mass Starvation in Yemen: Ending It Requires Admitting Who's Causing It

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The mass starvation underway in Yemen must be immediately addressed by ending the bombings, missile strikes, and raids; holding those responsible to account; restoring the Central Bank of Yemen to Yemeni control; opening Yemeni ports; and providing food and medical aid on the scale required.

226-250 of 15082 signatures
Number Date Name Location Please add comment.
14857 8 months ago Clara Bargellini Oakland, CA
14856 8 months ago Michele Sterling South Lake Tahoe , CA
14855 8 months ago Anonymous Dallas, TX
14854 8 months ago Maria Minno Gainesville, FL
14853 8 months ago Anonymous Ft. Myers, FL WHY are we doing this? Killing civilians is not helping us win in the Mid-East.
14852 8 months ago Margie Borchers Santa Barbara, CA
14851 8 months ago Anonymous Earlham, IA
14850 8 months ago Alys Kennedy Bellingham, WA It is unconscionable that humans are being forced into starvation mode when there is more than sufficient food for all on this planet. Stop this insanity!
14849 8 months ago Anonymous ot Please, let us show the world, that in 2017, it's possible for a human to be humane.
This should not be happening. War solves no problems, it only creates more.
14848 8 months ago James Hartley Arlington, WI This is a situation that calls for compassion, not more killing, in my view.
14847 8 months ago Wendy Chmielewski LANSDOWNE, PA
14846 8 months ago Patricia Victour Santa Fe, NM If that's the entire petition, it should NAME those responsible, not just the vague "those responsible." We all know where the blame falls - on the U.S. and the Saudis. Name them; shame them. Put...
14845 8 months ago Evelyn Haas Phila., PA
14844 8 months ago Bonita Staas Orangeville, IL
14843 8 months ago Deborah Andrew Shelburne, MA The abusive foreign (& domestic) policies, now being expanded under the current administration are a reflection of the absence of morality that has been an increasing hallmark of governance ...
14842 8 months ago ANNE CURRAN SARASOTA, FL US stop selling bombs and planes to Saudi Arabia so they can commit war crimes leading to mass starvation of Yemen's civilian population. We(the US) are complicit in these war crimes and mas...
14841 8 months ago John McDonald Medford, MA
14840 8 months ago HPatricia Hynes Montague, MA
14839 8 months ago Cody Dolnick Joshua Tree, CA
14838 8 months ago Pamela Richard Milwaukee, WI
14837 8 months ago Catherine Sherwin Birmingham, MI There is no excuse for actions that result in such an atrocity.
14836 8 months ago Dr. Arthur Bud Ogle Chicago, IL Re-focus on glorifying God, please
14835 8 months ago ambika venkatasubbu hyderabad, ot no one has a right to destroy anyone's life in any way. the US must stop its support to saudi as well as Israel tovicitmise the poor nations there.
14834 8 months ago Alexandra D. Pappano Mattawamkeag, ME
14833 8 months ago Lila Lundquist New York, NY The US pretends to be a righteous country while it kills and starves innocents in Yemen and around the world.
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> Gareth Porter, Truthout: The U.S. Provided Cover for the Saudi Starvation Strategy in Yemen