Something that seems to have escaped the attention of the left, so eager are they to condemn a war by a perceived ‘oppressed’ group (Palestinians) by a perceived ‘oppressor’ (Israel), is the horrific loss of life in the Yemeni civil war that’s been raging for more than nine years.
According to the UN, the war has resulted in the deaths of more than 150,000 people from direct violence and a quarter of a million more from its indirect effects.
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