The United States, United Kingdom, France and others should suspend all weapon sales to Saudi Arabia until it not only curtails its unlawful airstrikes in Yemen but also credibly investigates alleged violations. Since March 26, 2015, a coalition of nine Arab countries has conducted military operations against the Houthi armed group, and carried out numerous indiscriminate and disproportionate airstrikes. The bombing campaign has continued despite a March 17, 2016 announcement by the coalition that major combat operations were coming to an end. The coalition has consistently failed to investigate alleged unlawful attacks as the laws of war require. Saudi Arabia has been the leader of the coalition, with targeting decisions made in the Saudi Defense Ministry in Riyadh.