Tag: Lest we forget

As Saudi-led War Grinds on, 2.2 mn. Yemeni Children Suffering Malnutrition

Trump and Netanyahu support this and assist ther Saudis doing it. (ODT)

Hodeida (Yemen) (AFP) – Over seven million children face food insecurity in Yemen and ending the country’s war will not save all of them, the UN children’s agency said.

“Today, 1.8 million children under the age of five are facing acute malnutrition, and 400,000 are affected by severe acute malnutrition,” said Geert Cappelaere, regional director of UNICEF.

via As Saudi-led War Grinds on, 2.2 mn. Yemeni Children Suffering Malnutrition

» Israeli Army Kills Four Palestinians, Injures 323, In Gaza– IMEMC News

Israeli soldiers resorted, on Friday, to the excessive use of force against the Great Return March Procession in several parts of the Gaza Strip, Friday, killing four Palestinians, and injuring 232 others, including 180 who were shot with live fire.

via » Israeli Army Kills Four Palestinians, Injures 323, In Gaza– IMEMC News

The Dark Side of Israeli Independence

On May 14, 1948, Israel declared its independence. Each May 15, Palestinians solemnly commemorate Nakba Day. Nakba means catastrophe, and that’s precisely what Israel’s independence has been for the more than 700,000 Arabs and their five million refugee descendants forced from their homes and into exile, often by horrific violence, to make way for the Jewish state.

via The Dark Side of Israeli Independence

50 Years After My Lai Massacre in Vietnam, Revisiting the Slaughter the U.S. Military Tried to Hide | Democracy Now!

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50 Years After My Lai Massacre in Vietnam, Revisiting the Slaughter the U.S. Military Tried to Hide | Democracy Now!

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The GI Resistance Continues: Vietnam Vets Return to My Lai, Where U.S. Slaughtered 500 Civilians

Myall Creek Massacre (1838) – Creative Spirits

In 1838 white settlers murdered 28 Aboriginal men, women and children near Myall Creek Station. For the first time in history some killers were tried and hanged.The massacre is a harrowing reminder of Australia’s colonial violence.

Source: Myall Creek Massacre (1838) – Creative Spirits