Saudi Arms Ship Stranded in Italy

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Workers at Genoa’s port blocked the dock and called for a strike on Monday in protest of a Saudi cargo ship transporting military equipment reportedly intended to be used in the war in Yemen. The ship, called the Bahri Yambu, which arrived at 5am on Monday, was able to dock by 6.10am.

One protester said, “A ship that docks in our port to load equipment that could be used during a war like the one being fought in Yemen, where many have died among the civilian population, we can’t be a part of this.” The same ship was met with protesters on May 9 in France’s Le Havre port, where it was unable to load a planned arms shipment, and on May 13 in the northern Spanish town of Santander.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. JohnZ , Here You made a Hurried Decision …….
    This Yanbu should be SUNK …… Bad Hurried Call ………….. The Employees on YANBU are Definately ONLKY Following the Orders of Their Royal Saudi Masters like the cursed MBS , so Who cares what the Staff wants since Everybody These days is just busy bringing home the basic food and stuff ………

    JohnZ Do You get That I Think That Saudi Citizens or Ships Think Different than Bloody MBS but right now according to the Situation their say is totally UNHeard …….MBS is SHITTING in Everything ……

  2. Socially heroic.
    Unfortunately, the ziorulers never give up and they will probably use their zioshills to send the arms anyway in order to genocide people in Yemen.
    Maybe someday we will stop these monsters.

  3. Would be just Perfect IF Nobody gave the Saudi’s any Arms in this Yanbu’s go ……… From All Europeon Countries Only Germany’s Economy is Strong Enough to Freely Afford a Refusal of Order ….. , the rest poor countries need the sales to make ends meet so they might fold easy to Financial Pressures ,,,,,,

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