Win Without War

Tell Congress: End U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen in the NDAA now!

This week marks one year since the horrifying murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi officials in the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. 

And today, there’s still no justice for Jamal or his family and friends.  

Because since Jamal Khashoggi's murder, Trump has done everything possible to ensure U.S.-Saudi relations continue business as usual. The Pentagon is deploying another missile defense system and even more personnel to Saudi Arabia amid threats of war with Iran. And the U.S. is STILL selling bombs and giving military information to fuel the brutal unending Saudi-led war in Yemen. 

There will be no justice for Jamal, no justice for the people of Yemen until we force an end to ‘business as usual’ between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia. 

Luckily, we have an opening right now. As you read this, the House and Senate Armed Services Committees (HASC & SASC) are finalizing the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). That bill could ban bomb sales and end military support for the war in Yemen. But we have to make sure the leaders of HASC and SASC know we’re still demanding an end to the war in Yemen, we’re still horrified at the assassination of Jamal. They have to hear us loud. 

Tell HASC and SASC: End U.S. support for the Saudi-led war in Yemen NOW!


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To HASC Chairman Adam Smith, HASC Ranking Member Mac Thornberry, SASC Chairman Jim Inhofe, and SASC Ranking Member Jack Reed:

Your leadership is essential to ensuring there is justice for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, and an end to all U.S. military involvement in the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen. We strongly urge you to retain language in the final FY2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) that bans weapons sales and other military assistance for Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

One year after the Khashoggi’s brutal murder and four years since the start of the Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen, Congress must act once and for all to hold the Saudi leadership accountable for its human rights abuses and war crimes.
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