London – Saudi luxury cars have been defaced by a vandal or a group of vandals on the third anniversary of Saudi led a bloody aerial campaign in Yemen. As a protest against the brutal Yemen bombing, that United Nations has already described as the ‘world’s worst humanitarian crisis’, the man has been charged for spraying the Saudi number plates with words such as ‘war’ in Central London as a protest.
In the videos that made to the social media, the owners can be seen upset over the labeling of cars, that have been parked there minutes before.
Attack on Saudi cars today in london. pic.twitter.com/LAg6P8bFDX
— Ala Nuseibeh (@NuseibehAla) March 25, 2018
In another video that surfaced the internet, the passenger appears to be hit by the spray can when he confronted the man vandalizing the cars.
Saudi Arabia has led a campaign in the favor of Yemeni government, against the Iran-backed Houthi rebels since 2015, March 26th. As per the estimate, about 10,000 people have lost their lives as result of the conflict, and over 50,000 individuals have been injured. If the figures aren’t petrifying enough, there are millions longing for humanitarian assistance.
The international non-profit organization for children’s rights, Save the Children, has estimated that over 50,000 minors have lost their lives as a result of the conflict in the year 2017 alone.
Andrew Smith from the Campaign Against Arms Trade showed deep concerns over the human rights crisis. He said that even after the protests and condemnation from the international community, UK has announced earlier 48 more Typhoon jets to the regime.
“Yemen has endured three years of destruction, but the arms sales haven’t stopped. The war is entering its fourth year, and the humanitarian crisis is only getting worse. Theresa May and her colleagues must end their shameful complicity in the destruction. If the government wants to do the right thing for the people of Yemen then it must stop arming and supporting the brutal Saudi regime.”, Smith said this Monday. (Source RT News)
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