British weapons keep killing Yemeni civilians

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20 August 2016


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By Will Stone in Britain:

Johnson ‘putting arms cash ahead of rights of Saudis

Tuesday 6th September 2016

BORIS JOHNSON was accused of putting arms exports to Saudi Arabia ahead of human rights after he refused to suspend their sale yesterday.

The Foreign Secretary defended the selling of arms to the country despite widespread allegations that Saudi forces are using them in Yemen’s bloody civil war, breaking international humanitarian law.

During an urgent question on the issue in the Commons, Mr Johnson said there is not a “clear risk” that weapons are being used to violate international humanitarian law.

Activists from the Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT) will protest outside Parliament tomorrow demanding a stop to the arms sales.

The campaign group points out that Britain has licensed more than £3.3 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia since the bombing of Yemen began in March last year.

CAAT’s Andrew Smith said: “The Foreign Secretary is putting arms company profits ahead of human rights.

The Saudi regime has created a humanitarian catastrophe and the UK government is complicit in it.

“In the last month alone, Saudi-led forces have been accused of bombing a food factory, killing 14 people; a school, killing 10, including children; and a Medecins Sans Frontieres hospital, killing 11.”

He accused Mr Johnson of bearing witness to the “terrible damage” that the Saudi bombing campaign is doing and said he must stop the sales and work for a peaceful solution.

Britain’s arms sales to Saudi Arabia are subject to a judicial review following an application by CAAT.

A three-day hearing will take place in front of two judges no later than February 1 2017.

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