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Saudi Coalition Offers of Help Mere Diversionary Tactics

One third of coalition airstrikes have targeted non-military sites such as schools, busy markets, hospitals, and in some cases, wedding parties and funerals.One third of coalition airstrikes have targeted non-military sites such as schools, busy markets, hospitals, and in some cases, wedding parties and funerals.

A repeated scenario is being played out once again by the belligerent regimes of Riyadh and Abu Dhabi to divert the focus of the media away from their unforgivable deeds in Yemen to the so-called "relief packages" offered by them. 
A recent report published by IRNA argues how the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia, already blacklisted by the United Nations for killing of women and children in Yemen, resort to divisionary tactics every time they are internationally condemned for their abominable crimes in the poorest Arab  nation.
Only last Sunday, the world witnessed the harrowing images of a raid executed on a wedding gathering in Hajjah province, northwest of Yemen, leading to a minimum of 33 casualties, including the bride, as well as the 55 injured.
International organizations strongly condemned the attack, with MSF (Doctors without Borders) head of mission in Yemen saying, "None of the attendees were armed, neither were they wearing military fatigues."
In an attempt to offer relief to the now-mourning nation, the UAE announced the upcoming organization of mass weddings for 2,200 Yemeni couples, 
 

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