Nearly 14 million people in Yemen are in imminent danger of starvation. It is the largest man-made hunger crisis in the world, caused by Yemen’s civil war, economic collapse and problems getting shipments into the country, which traditionally relies on imports for well over half its food. For three years, Yemen, the Arab world's poorest country, has been wracked by a bloody war between the Houthi rebels and supporters of Yemen's internationally recognized government. In 2015, Saudi Arabia formed a coalition of Arab states to defeat the Houthi's in Yemen. The coalition includes Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, Morocco, Jordan, Sudan and Senegal. Several of these countries have sent troops to fight on the ground in Yemen, while others have only carried out air attacks. The US government regularly launches air attacks on al-Qaeda and Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL, also known as ISIS) targets in Yemen, and recently admitted to having deployed a small number of troops on the ground. If anyone still supports Saudi Arabia after the Khashoggi murder and still supports their coalition in Yemen creating an impending genocide, then you just have no soul.