The Ministry of Human Rights strongly condemned the crime committed by the spy warplanes, on Tuesday, in the Al-Sharja area of Al-Jarrahi District, killing three children and injuring dozens.
In a statement received by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), the Ministry of Human Rights denounced the continued killings and violations committed by the Saudi regime against Yemenis in the border lands.
The statement said: “Hardly a day passes without the Saudi regime’s army committing a new crime against unarmed Yemenis on border lands, as well as African migrants, whether by direct sniping or shelling with medium and heavy weapons at civilians and populated neighborhoods.”
He denounced the Saudi regime’s denial of committing those massacres and its ridiculous and indignant allegations. The statement added: “Despite the mounting death toll and the filling of rural hospitals with hundreds of them and the ongoing violations in Hodeida, The latest of which is today’s crime, and in light of the repeated calls made by government agencies and local organizations to stop Saudi crime, the world turns a blind eye to the crimes of the Saudi regime, which persists in committing them in cold blood,
he is deeply consumed by the destruction of lives and bloodshed, reassured by the absence of international justice to condemn and hold him accountable, and taking advantage of the state of silence, inaction and complicity of the United Nations and the international that has exceeded in its hypocrisy and duplicity borders.”
The Ministry of Human Rights renewed the appeal to the global human conscience and organizations whose positions and humanity have not been bought, and the free world in solidarity with the grievances of the Yemeni people, and what they are exposed to for the eighth year in a row from bombing, siege and continuous killing.
It held America and Britain responsible for these crimes by giving the Saudi regime international cover and support and assistance in continuing to commit more crimes. Demand the formation of impartial international commissions to investigate all crimes, bring the perpetrators to international justice.
Source: Yemen News Agency