Watch Hunger Ward, A Film About the Man-Made Famine in Yemen

On Saturday, January 16th, at 2pm ET there will be a free virtual screening of “Hunger Ward,” a film that documents the man-made famine in Yemen that is a direct result of the US-Saudi siege on the country. The screening will be followed by a Zoom panel featuring US Rep. Ro Khanna and UK MP Andrew Mitchell. Register here.

About the Film

This unflinching look at the human-caused famine in Yemen follows health care workers Dr. Aida Asladeeq and nurse Mekkia Mahdi as they work to save the lives of hunger-stricken children in two therapeutic feeding centers, against the backdrop of a forgotten war.

5 thoughts on “Watch Hunger Ward, A Film About the Man-Made Famine in Yemen”

  1. But the UN is feeding them.

    Whenever, wherever the US shits, there is a UN organisation to wipe it’s arse.

  2. Mar 25, 2020 Yemen: Five years of conflict leaves millions of children suffering

    The Saudi-led coalition’s involvement has had a devastating effect on the mental health of an entire generation of children, pushing some to the brink of depression.


    Corporate politicians try and defend the military actions of the Saudi led coalition in Yemen by sheer unadulterated lies. UK Foreign Office Minister Alistair Burt in a debate in the House of Commons blithely stated that the Saudi led coalition had not breached any international law.

    1. Shame on Alistair Burt, he says Saudi Arabia is not breaching International Law. He thinks the Saudis should only follow American and British Laws so they can cause more terror and famine in Yemen.

      1. You do have a clear view. It is shame there are still millions stuck in the media matrix of lies and propaganda.

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