“It’s a simple, straightforward interim plan for peace, while certain details are ironed out.”
Special Media Release (08/18/2018) Toronto, ON – Providing special consultative counsel to the United Nations The RINJ Foundation has offered a simple proposal for peace in Yemen from the feminine perspective.
Leaving Syria now for Saudi Arabia, security staff of the global Civil Society women’s group will be interviewing witnesses and perhaps involved parties to learn what they want to do about their part in an aerial bombardment attack, August 9, on a shopping market in Sa’ada’s Majz district in Yemen killing dozens of children and adults. Accused war criminals have various options about where they wish to surrender. See Wire Service.ca RINJ Women Challenge 3 Countries on Yemeni Child Slaughter.
The Civil Society Women’s organization is registered in Canada as The RINJ Foundation, a non-profit fighting for the safety of women and children around the world. The group says it has hundreds of members in Yemen and some medical personnel in various parts of the country.
The proposal summary is as follows but can also be downloaded:
|The Civil Society proposal of RINJ suggests:
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