Investigate Human Rights Atrocities by Saudi Arabian Forces

Target: Joaquín Alexander Maza Martelli, President of the United Nations Human Rights Council

Goal: Launch investigation into human rights abuses in Yemen by Saudi Arabian forces.

More than 5,000 civilians have been murdered by Saudi Arabian airstrikes in Yemen. For over two years, airstrikes by Saudi Arabian forces have led to thousands of casualties, a famine outbreak, and millions of dollars in destruction.

More than 60 NGOs are asking the United Nations Human Rights Council to investigate these airstrikes and the abuse of human rights. Not only have homes been destroyed, but so have schools and hospitals.

In Yemen, no civilian is safe from the airstrikes. Sign the petition and demand that the UN Human Rights Council launch an investigation that holds Saudi Arabia responsible for its actions so that innocent civilians no longer have to live in fear.


Dear President Martelli,

Thousands of civilians have been injured or killed by unlawful airstrikes in Yemen, led by Saudi Arabian forces. For over two years, families have had to live in fear as they see their homes and neighborhoods destroyed by bombs. Famine and disease have spread due to a lack of resources and medicine.

I ask that the UN Human Rights Council launch an investigation into this conflict and the Saudi Arabian airstrikes. Human rights must be restored to the area. Innocent families should no longer have to live in fear.


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One Comment

  1. There needs to be an immediate investigation into Saudi Arabia’s brutal war crimes against the people of Yemen. All other countries participating such as the U.S. should be included in the investigation.
    It’s horrific how the world looks on in apathy while bombs, famine and disease ravage the people – and animals – of Yemen.

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