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    Saudi-led air strike on bus in Yemen kills 29 children

    At least 29 children have been killed and 30 wounded in a Saudi-led coalition air strike in Yemen, the International Committee of the Red Cross says.

    The children were travelling on a bus that was hit at a market in Dahyan, in the northern province of Saada.

    The health ministry run by the rebel Houthi movement said put the death toll at 43, and said 61 people were wounded.

    The coalition, which is backing Yemen's government in a war with the Houthis, said its actions were "legitimate".

    It insists it never deliberately targets civilians, but human rights groups have accused it of bombing markets, schools, hospitals and residential areas.


    What happened in Saada?

    Yemeni tribal elders told the Associated Press that the bus was hit as it passed through Dahyan market and that it was transporting local civilians, including many school children.

    The charity Save the Children said it had been told by its staff that the children were on their way back to school from a picnic when the driver of their bus stopped to get a drink.

    The vehicle was stationary when the attack happened, it added.

    The ICRC said a hospital it supported in Saada had received the bodies of 29 children, all of them under the age of 15, and 48 injured people, among them 30 children.

    It sent additional supplies to the hospital to cope with the influx of patients.

    Houthi-run Al-Masirah TV reported that 47 people were killed and 77 wounded, and broadcast graphic pictures showing the bodies of several young children, some of them wearing school uniform.


    What has been the reaction?

    Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdul-Salam accused the coalition of showing "clear disregard for civilian life" by targeting a crowded public place.

    The ICRC stressed that "under international humanitarian law, civilians must be protected during conflict", while the secretary-general of the Norwegian Refugee Council Jan Egeland called it a "grotesque, shameful" attack that showed "blatant disregard for rules of war".

    Save the Children described the incident as "horrific", and called for a full, immediate and independent investigation into recent attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure.

    It was not immediately clear whether the bus was the target of the air strike, but coalition spokesman Col Turki al-Malki said the attack was "a legitimate military action, conducted in conformity with international humanitarian law".

    He said it had hit "militants responsible for planning and targeting civilians" in the southern Saudi city of Jizan on Wednesday night, where one Yemeni resident was killed and 11 others were injured by fragments from an intercepted ballistic missile that was launched by the Houthis from neighbouring Amran province.

    He accused the rebels of using children as "tools and covers for their terrorist acts".

    Later, air strikes were reported in the rebel-held Yemeni capital, Sanaa.

    A week ago, at least 55 civilians were killed and 170 others wounded in a series of attacks on the rebel-held Red Sea port city of Hudaydah. The coalition denied that it had carried out air strikes in the area, and blamed the deaths on rebel mortar fire.


    Why is there a war in Yemen?

    Yemen has been devastated by a conflict that escalated in early 2015, when the Houthis seized control of much of the west of the country and forced President Abdrabbuh Mansour Hadi to flee abroad.

    Alarmed by the rise of a group they saw as an Iranian proxy, the UAE, Saudi Arabia and seven other Arab states intervened in an attempt to restore the government.

    Almost 10,000 people - two-thirds of them civilians - have been killed and 55,000 others injured in the fighting, according to the United Nations.

    The fighting and a partial blockade by the coalition has also left 22 million people in need of humanitarian aid, created the world's largest food security emergency, and led to a cholera outbreak that is thought to have affected a million people.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-45128367


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    Are Yar


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    As if we needed any more reasons to hate Saudi Arabia
    Last edited by UN talkz; 10th August 2018 at 10:33.

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    Why target school bus? Was it a case of failed intelligence?

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    Quote Originally Posted by troodon View Post
    Why target school bus? Was it a case of failed intelligence?
    Sickening, absolutely sickening. RIP to all the dead

    Knowing arabs it wouldn't surprise me if it was a failure of intelligence or not in this situation.


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Another feather in the cap for the so called "great reformer" Mohammad bin Salman. This is his war.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Markhor View Post
    Another feather in the cap for the so called "great reformer" Mohammad bin Salman. This is his war.
    His greatest achievement was hosting the greatest royal rumble


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    To get 1-2 militants (maybe) you blow up 30+ kids?

    They've lost their minds.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    Sickening, absolutely sickening. RIP to all the dead

    Knowing arabs it wouldn't surprise me if it was a failure of intelligence or not in this situation.
    Arabia is a massive region comprising various nationalities.
    Sure you don't mean every Arab?


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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    Sickening, absolutely sickening. RIP to all the dead

    Knowing arabs it wouldn't surprise me if it was a failure of intelligence or not in this situation.
    Have you had any bad experiences with Arabs? Most Arabs I've met have been very hospitable and friendly especially Gulf Arabs (surprisingly). The govts actions shouldn't let you hate the people.


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    Why Muslims world is so silent about Yehmen? - So much hue and Cry about Muslims been killed when non-muslims does it, but when it's done by Saudis, its all Kosher

    When Saudis and Chinese treat other muslims like dirt or massacre them, Pakistanis tend to look the other way, is this also part of National Security policy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by yasir View Post
    Why Muslims world is so silent about Yehmen? - So much hue and Cry about Muslims been killed when non-muslims does it, but when it's done by Saudis, its all Kosher

    When Saudis and Chinese treat other muslims like dirt or massacre them, Pakistanis tend to look the other way, is this also part of National Security policy?
    How many people on this thread are supporting killing by Saudi? Or how many people have good words to say about Al-saud.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slipcatch View Post
    How many people on this thread are supporting killing by Saudi? Or how many people have good words to say about Al-saud.
    Not in this thread, but i personally know Desis who support Saudis in everything, including bombing schoolkids

    Their excuse is "do you know what words "they" use against Hadhrat Abu Bakr"

    Gulf Arabs supporting this is because of nationalistic reasons

    And south asians and others do it because they think its a religious duty....

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongHorn View Post
    Not in this thread, but i personally know Desis who support Saudis in everything, including bombing schoolkids

    Their excuse is "do you know what words "they" use against Hadhrat Abu Bakr"

    Gulf Arabs supporting this is because of nationalistic reasons

    And south asians and others do it because they think its a religious duty....
    Basically, ignorance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TM Riddle View Post
    Arabia is a massive region comprising various nationalities.
    Sure you don't mean every Arab?
    The arab phobia on here is crazy. Do people realize the children that died here were ALSO arabs?

    As for this news, unfortunately it does not even come as a surprise knowing Saudi Arabia. The one place that truly needs an American invasion is living free bombing innocents and promoting violence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yasir View Post
    Why Muslims world is so silent about Yehmen? - So much hue and Cry about Muslims been killed when non-muslims does it, but when it's done by Saudis, its all Kosher

    When Saudis and Chinese treat other muslims like dirt or massacre them, Pakistanis tend to look the other way, is this also part of National Security policy?
    A MAJORITY of Muslims do not like this and I know a MAJORITY dislike the Saudi regime. If you are going to cherry pick some groups from Pakistan then you need to educate yourself rather than staying Ignorant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badsha View Post
    The arab phobia on here is crazy. Do people realize the children that died here were ALSO arabs?

    As for this news, unfortunately it does not even come as a surprise knowing Saudi Arabia. The one place that truly needs an American invasion is living free bombing innocents and promoting violence.
    I get the Saudi hate even though it's the govt we should be criticizing but lumping a whole ethnic group which is spread over a huge region in one category is massively hypocritical of some of the guys here.


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    I remember reading that airstrikes in Yemen are conducted by the Islamic Military Alliance, commanded by our very own Raheel bhai( https://tribune.com.pk/story/1738578...emen-conflict/)

    Maybe Pakistan government should ask Raheel to withdraw from his position as it marks a divergence from official Pakistani position of not being involved in Yemen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongHorn View Post
    Not in this thread, but i personally know Desis who support Saudis in everything, including bombing schoolkids

    Their excuse is "do you know what words "they" use against Hadhrat Abu Bakr"

    Gulf Arabs supporting this is because of nationalistic reasons

    And south asians and others do it because they think its a religious duty....
    Sure I know few, too. And they will always exist, but how many do you see on this thread supporting Al-Saud.

    Just because you know few does not mean everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badsha View Post
    A MAJORITY of Muslims do not like this and I know a MAJORITY dislike the Saudi regime. If you are going to cherry pick some groups from Pakistan then you need to educate yourself rather than staying Ignorant.
    I think the problem is that this majority only state they don't like it once pushed or prodded to give their opinion. When it comes to Palestine or Kashmir on the other hand, the opinions come out like a fire hydrant with the water mains at full flow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post



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    Sad. A disgusting excuse for a country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Sad. A disgusting excuse for a country.
    Made in Britain. Ruining lives in Yemen.

    The UK is a major supplier of arms and other military equipment to Saudi Arabia.

    Last year, the UK issued arms exports worth £2.94 billion to Saudi Arabia in a period of just nine months. They recently diverted a batch of 500-pound ‘Paveway IV’ bombs to Saudi Arabia. These bombs are used by Tornado and Typhoon fighter jets, both of which are manufactured and supplied to Saudi Arabia by the UK arms company BAE Systems.

    With so many missiles sent to Saudi Arabia, we decided the UK government must be running low on supplies. So we delivered five (phony) missiles to Downing Street to replenish their stock.

    Since the conflict began, the UK government has issued a further 37 arms export licenses. The UK has also refused to condemn the use of internationally banned cluster bombs as it has done in other global conflicts.



    Civilians caught in the middle
    Thousands have been killed and injured, and a humanitarian crisis has spiralled. Four out of five Yemenis today rely on humanitarian assistance in order to survive.

    The coalition forces have carried out a series of air strikes targeting schools that were still in use. We investigated five strikes on schools between August and October that killed five civilians and injured at least 14 others, including four children.

    In total 254 schools have been completely destroyed, 608 are partially damaged and 421 are being used as shelters.

    There is no access to essential services including clean water and electricity, and food prices have soared creating a desperate situation for millions of people. Access to health care is also restricted with medical centres shut down, frequent attacks on medical staff and dwindling supplies of electricity, fuel, medication and surgical equipment.

    Hospital bombing
    A hospital supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in northern Yemen was bombed on 26 October 2015. This attack may amount to a war crime and demands an urgent, independent and thorough investigation.



    Children among the dead
    In one airstrike on a home in Dammaj valley coalition forces killed eight children from the same family, and injured nine other relatives
    .

    ‘There were 19 people in the house when it was bombed. All but one were women and children. The children who would usually be outside during the day were in the house because it was lunchtime. They were all killed or injured. One of the dead was a 12-day-old baby.’

    Abdullah Ahmed Yahya al-Sailami, whose one-year-old son was among those killed

    Our researchers have found a pattern of appalling disregard for civilian lives displayed by the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition which has declared the entire cities of Sa’da and nearby Marran as military targets. We also have evidence of the use of internationally-banned cluster bombs.


    We must not supply weapons that could be used to commit human rights violations or war crimes. There must also be an independent enquiry into the supply of arms to Saudi Arabia and all parties currently involved into Yemen conflict.

    On 24 March 2016, we delivered more than 30,000 signatures calling for an end to the UK's arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

    https://www.amnesty.org.uk/exposed-b...-targets-yemen
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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Sad. A disgusting excuse for a country.
    Its the regime, dictatorship which is the issue. UK has dropped many more bombs in recent years but the people are not to blame either.

    Let's not forget these people were installed by the British and are now being sold weapons with the British government knowing full well, civilians are being targeted.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TM Riddle View Post
    Arabia is a massive region comprising various nationalities.
    Sure you don't mean every Arab?
    Not every Arab, mostly Saudi Arabia, Qatar and UAE. Some say am an Indian hater but I'd side with your people when they are being oppressed by those Arabs who deem themselves to be superior on every level. They are spoilt, thick and lack humanity; it is disgusting to see a certain group of asians worship them despite the fact that they are seen as low life vermin without their western nationalities. I've not been on the receiving end of their bigotry but at the end of the day my origin is south asian and I got to be a heartless fool to ignore the persecution of south asian people in the gulf, I refuse to be an uncle tom like the majority.


    Ah, so this is what it feels like

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeadBall View Post
    Made in Britain. Ruining lives in Yemen.

    The UK is a major supplier of arms and other military equipment to Saudi Arabia.

    Last year, the UK issued arms exports worth £2.94 billion to Saudi Arabia in a period of just nine months. They recently diverted a batch of 500-pound ‘Paveway IV’ bombs to Saudi Arabia. These bombs are used by Tornado and Typhoon fighter jets, both of which are manufactured and supplied to Saudi Arabia by the UK arms company BAE Systems.

    With so many missiles sent to Saudi Arabia, we decided the UK government must be running low on supplies. So we delivered five (phony) missiles to Downing Street to replenish their stock.

    Since the conflict began, the UK government has issued a further 37 arms export licenses. The UK has also refused to condemn the use of internationally banned cluster bombs as it has done in other global conflicts.



    Civilians caught in the middle
    Thousands have been killed and injured, and a humanitarian crisis has spiralled. Four out of five Yemenis today rely on humanitarian assistance in order to survive.

    The coalition forces have carried out a series of air strikes targeting schools that were still in use. We investigated five strikes on schools between August and October that killed five civilians and injured at least 14 others, including four children.

    In total 254 schools have been completely destroyed, 608 are partially damaged and 421 are being used as shelters.

    There is no access to essential services including clean water and electricity, and food prices have soared creating a desperate situation for millions of people. Access to health care is also restricted with medical centres shut down, frequent attacks on medical staff and dwindling supplies of electricity, fuel, medication and surgical equipment.

    Hospital bombing
    A hospital supported by Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) in northern Yemen was bombed on 26 October 2015. This attack may amount to a war crime and demands an urgent, independent and thorough investigation.



    Children among the dead
    In one airstrike on a home in Dammaj valley coalition forces killed eight children from the same family, and injured nine other relatives
    .

    ‘There were 19 people in the house when it was bombed. All but one were women and children. The children who would usually be outside during the day were in the house because it was lunchtime. They were all killed or injured. One of the dead was a 12-day-old baby.’

    Abdullah Ahmed Yahya al-Sailami, whose one-year-old son was among those killed

    Our researchers have found a pattern of appalling disregard for civilian lives displayed by the Saudi Arabia-led military coalition which has declared the entire cities of Sa’da and nearby Marran as military targets. We also have evidence of the use of internationally-banned cluster bombs.


    We must not supply weapons that could be used to commit human rights violations or war crimes. There must also be an independent enquiry into the supply of arms to Saudi Arabia and all parties currently involved into Yemen conflict.

    On 24 March 2016, we delivered more than 30,000 signatures calling for an end to the UK's arms sales to Saudi Arabia.

    https://www.amnesty.org.uk/exposed-b...-targets-yemen
    Thank you and I know. Shame on the British government for its stance toward Saudi Arabia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingusama92 View Post
    To get 1-2 militants (maybe) you blow up 30+ kids?

    They've lost their minds.
    and in doing so you probably created 10 new ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    Thank you and I know. Shame on the British government for its stance toward Saudi Arabia.
    The UK government lost the idea of having a stance for any issue long time ago. Now it's simply the art of flexing non-existent power. Bin Salman has been playing the conservative government with the offer of letting LSE host the Aramco IPO, knowing fully well the city financial mechanism holds huge influence on the government. The UK government played along like a pet monkey only to be told they are likely scrapping the IPO plans last month.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badsha View Post
    A MAJORITY of Muslims do not like this and I know a MAJORITY dislike the Saudi regime. If you are going to cherry pick some groups from Pakistan then you need to educate yourself rather than staying Ignorant.
    Like Majority of Pakistanis don’t like military involvement in politics...

    Military establishment, religious main stream and media, all look other way when it comes to Saudis for a reason. They are one of their creditors, who are very vary of criticism of their Policies. After Canada episode, even US is going to be quite.

    Amount of coverage Isreal get in Pakistani media, even for an event half as brutal as this tell you the true picture. This Yemen project is going on for 2/3 years, but nobody talks about it in media all over the world, not just Pakistan.

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    Thank you Raheel Sharif.

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    More children blown up in Yemen.

    Houthi rebels say at least 30 people were killed in an air raid near Hodeidah, at least 20 of them children.

    The latest civilian casualties come two weeks after an aerial bombardment that destroyed a school bus, killing 40 children.

    Saudi Arabia declared the earlier attack an appropriate military strike, but has promised to investigate.

    The charity Save the Children has estimated that an average of 140 children have been killed every day since Saudi Arabia and the UAE began their bombing campaign against the Iran-backed Houthi fighters in Yemen.

    https://www.aljazeera.com/news/2018/...135813093.html

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    ^ Attacking another nation and killing children like this is terrible.

    All Muslim countries should boycott Saudi Arabia and put pressure on them.

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    As long as Pak keeps out of this war I am satisfied. I have lost complete hope that Arab's will ever change. After finally securing some peace in the country we don't want to again get involved in someone else's war.


    PP's own self proclaimed sharpshooter and defender of Islam and Pakistan.

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    Does anyone need more evidence that Saudi regime is against muslims?

    War crimes in Yemen beyond measure, they support Israel against Palestine, spread their violent ideology throughout the world, use the Hajj as a political tool in certain cases, are an extension of US influence in the region essentially.

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    Maybe its time to boycott oil from Saudi Arabia, if your local gas station imported from Pakistan,boycott them!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Thank you Raheel Sharif.
    What is the connection?


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