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DEBATE: Who’s winning in Yemen’s war? | Middle East Eye

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PERBINCANGAN: Siapa yang menang dalam perang Yaman?

Pada acara yang dianjurkan oleh SOAS Yemen Society dengan kerjasama LSE Middle East Society, Nawal Al-Maghafi, Mohammed Alyahya, Baraa Shiban dan Awssan Kamal membincangkan konflik di Yemen

Tujuh bulan setelah kempen udara yang dipimpin Arab Saudi terhadap militan Houthi bermula pada 26 Mac, perang di Yaman telah mengorbankan negara paling miskin di dunia Arab, dengan kedua-dua pihak dituduh melakukan jenayah perang.

Negara ini mengalami “malapetaka kemanusiaan”. Itu adalah penilaian terus terang penyelaras kemanusiaan PBB Johannes Van Der Klaauw pada 19 Ogos.

Seperti dalam banyak konflik, orang awam yang ditangkap di tengah terpaksa menanggung beban, dengan ribuan mangsa menjadi sasaran tanpa pandang bulu – sama ada dari serangan udara koalisi atau penembakan senjata berat oleh Houthi. Walaupun anggarannya berbeza-beza, banyak yang percaya angka kematian selama tujuh bulan pertama kempen gabungan telah melepasi angka 5.000.

Kemusnahan infrastruktur dan sekatan terhadap import yang dikenakan oleh koalisi pimpinan Arab Saudi yang melakukan serangan udara terhadap pemberontak telah menyebabkan 21 juta orang kehilangan komoditi dan perkhidmatan asas yang menampung kehidupan.

Dalam ceramah yang dianjurkan oleh SOAS Yemen Society dengan kerjasama LSE Middle East Society di King’s College London, MEEs Nawal Al-Maghafi, Mohammed Alyahya, Baraa Shiban dan Awssan Kamal membincangkan siapa yang memenangi konflik tersebut.

“Arab Saudi berusaha menghindari Somalia lain di selatan sempadannya.” Mohammed Alyahya

“Dengan setiap serangan udara, anda menolong Houthi merekrut.” Nawal Al-Maghafi

“Kami pergi ke dialog nasional dengan harapan tinggi.” Baraa Shaiban

“Warga Yaman tidak mahu dikuburkan.” Awssan Kamal

DEBATE: Who’s winning in Yemen’s war?

At an event organised by SOAS Yemen Society in collaboration with LSE Middle East Society, Nawal Al-Maghafi, Mohammed Alyahya, Baraa Shiban and Awssan Kamal discuss the conflict in Yemen

Seven months after the Saudi-led air campaign against Houthi militias began on 26 March, the war in Yemen has taken a terrible toll on the Arab world’s poorest nation, with both sides accused of committing war crimes.

The country is experiencing “a humanitarian catastrophe”. That was the frank assessment of the UN’s humanitarian co-ordinator Johannes Van Der Klaauw on 19 August.

As in many conflicts, civilians caught in the middle have had to bear the brunt of the cost, with thousands falling victim to indiscriminate targeting – whether from coalition airstrikes or heavy weaponry shelling by the Houthis. While estimates vary, many believe the death toll during the first seven months of the coalition campaign has already surpassed the 5,000 mark.

The destruction of infrastructure and restrictions on imports imposed by a Saudi-led coalition carrying out airstrikes against the rebels have led to 21 million people being deprived of life-sustaining commodities and basic services.

In a talk organised by SOAS Yemen Society in collaboration with LSE Middle East Society at King’s College London, MEEs Nawal Al-Maghafi, Mohammed Alyahya, Baraa Shiban and Awssan Kamal discuss who is winning the conflict.

“Saudi Arabia is trying to avoid another Somalia at the south of its border.” Mohammed Alyahya 

“With every airstrike you’re helping the Houthis recruit.” Nawal Al-Maghafi

“We went to the national dialogue with high hopes.” Baraa Shaiban

“Yemenis don’t want to be buried.” Awssan Kamal

At an event organised by SOAS Yemen Society in collaboration with LSE Middle East Society, Nawal Al-Maghafi, Mohammed Alyahya, Baraa Shiban and Awssan Kamal discuss the conflict in Yemen
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