I have been banned on so many social media and groups lately when sharing settlers terror against Palestinians that I am just getting sick of it.
This is no longer about injustice, it is about silencing and total dominance and preparation of total ethnic cleansing of a folk. The disgusting hypocrite leaders of the west as well as the corrupt and racist dictators and population of the Arab world seems to be more happy to have relationship with Israel and have their hard currency than have the dignity and humanity to stand by these defenseless people. Maybe it is time to give up, 40 years of fighting a lost fight should e enough, we just have to sit an wait and see the end of our world coming in the destruction of the environment while in the mean time, the rich and wealthy joyfully live their lives and the religious fanatics having their dream come true. In 30 years, none of places we call Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Sudan, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and UAE as well as many parts of the south of Iran will be uninhabitable. The leaders and the people of the region don't seem to care, and instead of working together setting up a long term plan to create solutions to delay, ease or solve this problem, they keep on playing in the hands of the agitators and puppet masters of the world politics killing each other and making each other's lived miserable.
That I doing is just an intellectual masturbation, making me feel I am actually doing something, but in reality, I am part of the problem, just pretending that I am not but posting some crap on social media and boycott a a few insignificant products and keep seeing people make fun of me.
"Never Again" empty slogans of the #european leaders does not cover the #misery, #hunger and death of millions of Yemenites who are living under the worst conditions imaginable with the blessing of the US/UK/UN and direct criminal daily attacks by #SaudiArabia and #UAE.
A senior U.N. official warns that conditions for millions of Yemenis are horrendous and getting worse as prospects for a political solution remain elusive as the country enters its seventh year of conflict.
The United Nations has described Yemen as the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. The U.N. reports 20 million people or two-thirds of the population need humanitarian aid to survive, five million people are on the verge of famine and nearly 400,000 children are at imminent risk of death.
David Gressly is U.N. resident and humanitarian coordinator in Yemen. Behind these numbers, he says are people struggling every day to find food to eat, clean water to drink and medicine to cure diseases.