November 10, 2017 – Fort Russ News – Paul Antonopoulos
SANA’A, Yemen – Yemeni hospitals have been suffering a growing scarcity of medicines footage shot from the Sana’a hospital of al-Sabeen on Thursday shows.
The lack of medicine is because of the air, sea and land blockade imposed by the Saudi-led coalition.
This has been critical in Yemen for well over a year now with a Dr. Abdullah Thabit who runs the Malnutrition Section of Al Sabeen mother and child hospital in the capital Sana’a saying in September 2016 that: “Two twins died because of a lack of medicine. The situation here is very critical, we see more than three cases of malnourished children every day from different cities.
Fast forward to November 2017, and the Saudi-imposed blockade has not eased and nearly 13,000 Yemenis have been killed because of the daily airstrikes and support Riyadh gives to anti-Houthi groups.