Fighting Must Stop

While Houthi rebels and Saudi-led coalition forces continue to fight, chances of the impending ceasefire are still there, according to the UN's assessment. It's a positive development, especially when the first COVID-19 case is reported in the war-torn country. However, the cases might be many more given the poor healthcare system of the country. With poor facilities and an undernourished population of 1.2 million to be fed, coronavirus poses serious risks to the human lives there. Thus ceasefire must be reached and the prominent Muslim States should urge Saudis and Iranians to convince their respective Yemini partners towards a peace agreement.

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