It is not accepted any more to leave Yemen alone facing what it is facing of ordeals and misfortunes. If support is not possible to confront terrorism, which threatens to haunt beds and the unity of the country, and drive it to extremism, If it is hard to help it to complete implementation of the GCC Plan for power transmission, restructuring of the army and launching towards maintaining national unity, what is not excused is to provide help and support by Arab States and international community in order to save it from humanitarian calamity that started to leave catastrophic impact on the Yemeni people.
Time is passing rapidly and the catastrophe is expanding. Yemeni reports indicate that hunger, illness and loss of nutrients reached incredible figures that require urgent and quickly action by everyone. This is because the effects of war with extremists left hundreds of thousands of Yemenis displaced without shelter. Furthermore, consequences of conflict with the former Yemeni regime, which is still ongoing and in a way or another, become clear for the Yemeni arena through the living and social crises that are no longer hidden from no one.
The reports about the suffering of around million children from disease and malnutrition alone will be enough to rise sound, and urge everyone to move around and rush to lend a helping hand and assistance, and that any delay in carrying out this urgent humanitarian task, means that hundreds of thousands of children have entered the danger zone.
Arab countries have the capacity and potential, and should not be awaiting the arrival of international missions to Yemen and preview the situation and submit their reports, however they must be initiated immediately to healing the wounds by providing the necessary support. The humanitarian catastrophe is worsening every day and cannot wait. Saving Yemen is a humanitarian obligation, also and above everything is a national duty.