5 Years of US/Saudi War Made Yemen Susceptible to Coronavirus Crisis guest Joanne Leon

by | Mar 27, 2020

5 Years of US/Saudi War Made Yemen Susceptible to Coronavirus Crisis guest Joanne Leon

by | Mar 27, 2020

Joanne Leon returns to FPF to discuss the five year anniversary of the US/Saudi war on Yemen. The anniversary has received almost no media coverage in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak. Ironically, the five years of war in Yemen has created the world’s worst humanitarian crisis – making Yemen one of the most likely to be devastated by a coronavirus. The US/Saudi/UAE/UK bombing campaign has intentionally targeted the civilian in fracture of Yemen. Now – before coronavirus even reaches Yemen – 24 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance and millions of children are at risk of starvation. Yemen must be remembered and the war must end. 

Joanne Leon is the host of the Around the Empire podcast. 

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