Sun Nov 15, 2015 7:31AM
Yemenis gather around a crater caused by Saudi air strikes in the capital Sana'a on October 16, 2015. (AFP Photo)
Yemenis gather around a crater caused by Saudi air strikes in the capital Sana'a on October 16, 2015. (AFP Photo)

There’s a war which the West seems eager not to mention, even though it’s happening right now in Yemen.  Saudi jets have pounded even more areas across the war-torn country.

They even attacked a hospital. With thousands of civilians dead, the UN has still not stopped the killing. Hardly surprising, then, that over 21 million men, women children are said to be short of food, water and medicine.

But still America refused to help Yemenis defend themselves. Other reports claim Washington has indirectly deployed mercenaries from Colombia to help Saudi Arabia defeat any resistance from inside Yemen.

Since March 2015, the military strikes have been used to weaken the Ansarullah movement and bring fugitive former Yemeni president, Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, back to power. The death toll is estimated at over 7,100 people, with twice that number injured. The country’s hospitals, schools, and factories have sustained heavy damage during these unrelenting attacks