53 Int’l Figures, Entities Warn of Yemenis’ Immediate Need to Humanitarian Aid ~ Yemen Updates: 31 May 2015

53 Int’l Figures, Entities Warn of Yemenis’ Immediate Need to Humanitarian Aid

53 Int'l Figures, Entities Warn of Yemenis' Immediate Need to Humanitarian Aid

TEHRAN (FNA)– A group of human rights activists and international figures in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon voiced their concern about the Yemeni people’s dire need to humanitarian aid.

According to the International Union of Unified Ummah, the letter signed by 53 international human rights figures and organizations warned of the dire humanitarian situation in Yemen, and called for an immediate stop in the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes against the poor Arab nation.

In the letter signed by activists from the US, Britain, France, Scotland, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Portugal, Greece, India, Turkey, Indonesia, Malaysia, Palestine, Cambodia, South Africa and Nigeria, the signatories urged immediate dispatch of humanitarian aid to Yemen.

The International Union of Unified Ummah has also signed the letter and protested at the UN’s contradictory policies and slow pace of relief works in Yemen.

The names of figures and entities who have signed the letter are as follows:

1. Roshan Muhammad Salih, Editor, UK

2. Ahl albeit Society, Azzam Mohamad, Scotland

3. Ahlulbayt Islamic Mission, Samir al-Haidari, UK

4. Alternative Information Centre, Michel Warschawski, Jerusalem

5. Association for Justice, Peace and Development, Jamal Abdul Nasir, Cambodia

6. Association l’Ouverture, France

7. Campaign Against Criminalising Communities, Les Levidow

8. Central Committee Member of Ulama Association of Malaysia, Dr Fauzi Zakaria, Malaysia

9. Citizens International, S.M. Mohamed Idris, Malaysia

10. CODEPINK, Medea Benjamin, USA

11. Collectif francais pour la liberte des peoples, Syed Naqvi, France

12. Fondation Islamique et Culturelle d’Ahl-el-Beit, Mughees Husain, Switzerland

13. Free Palestine Movement, Paul Larudee, USA

14. Glasgow Ahlulbayt Association, Ahmed Khweir

15. India-Palestine Solidarity Forum, Feroze Mithiborwala, India

16. Institute for Global Dialogues

17. Institute for Islamic Civilisation, Mardani Ali Seria, Indonesia

18. Institute for Peace and Modernisation, Zainal Bagir, Indonesia

19. International Action Centre, Sara Flounders, USA

20. International Institute for Scientific Research, Sandew Hira, The Hague, Netherlands

21. International Union of Muslim Scholars, Sheikh Ahmad Awang, Malaysia

22. International Committee for Aiding Yemen and Ending the War, Hassan al-Amri, Switzerland

23. International Union of Unified Ummah, Salim Ghafouri, Iran

24. Islamic Human Rights Commission, Massoud Shadjareh, UK

25. Islamic Unity Convention, Imam Achmed Cassiam, South Africa

26. Malaysian Consulative Council of Islamic Organisations, Mohd Azmi Abdul Hamid, Malaysia

27. Mazlumder, Ahmet Faruk Unsal, Turkey

28. Mujahid, Islamic scholar, Indonesia

29. Muslim Intellectual Forum, Salim Alware, India

30. Muslim Students Organisation of India, Shujaat Ali Quadri, India

31. Muslim Youth League and Scottish Youth Forum, Sheikh Rehan Raza al-Azhari, Scotland

32. Muslimah Association of Malaysia, Datin Hajjah Aminah Zakaria, Malaysia

33. Nahdatul Ulama, Zuhairi Misrawi, Indonesia

34. Phule-Ambedkar Intellectual Forum, Kishor Jagtap, India

35. Plataforma Gueto, Flavio Almada, Portugal

36. Red-White Holy Guard, Muh Sabana

37. Scotland Against Criminalising Communities, Richard Haley

38. Secretariat for the Ulama Assembly of Asia, Sheikh Abdul Ghani Samsudin, Malaysia

39. Secular Forum India, Dr Suresh Khairnar, India

40. Shia Rights Watch, Mustafa Akhwand, USA

41. Stop the War Coalition, Lindsey German, UK

42. Syria Solidarity Movement, Eva Bartlett, USA

43. Universal Justice Network, Mohideen Abdul Kader, Malaysia

44. Universalia Legal Aid Foundation, Ahmad Taufik, Indonesia

45. Voice of Palestine, Mujtahid Hashem, Indonesia

46. Angelos Rallis, documentary filmmaker and photojournalist, Greece

47. Houria Bouteldja, activist, France

48. Ilan Pappe, academic, UK

49. Imam Asi, Imam of Washington Mosque

50. Professor Hamid Algar, academic, University of Berkley

51. Ramon Grosfoguel, academic, University of Berkley

52. Rania Madi, attorney and activist, Geneva

53. Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, Nigeria

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