Double-Tap Strike: Muslims in the Defence Industry

Amirah Chati On the 28th of September 2015, in the remote Yemeni village of Al-Wahijah, wedding celebrations were taking place when a double-tap strike — targeting civilians and thereafter emergency responders — killed 131 people.[1] “The corpses were scattered among the trees,” recounted the father of the groom, Mohammed Busaibis. “Why did they attack us? There is nothing around here. No military camps, not even … Continue reading Double-Tap Strike: Muslims in the Defence Industry