Saudi coalition extends attacks on civilians in Yemen

The increased hike in Saudi Arabia’s bombardment of residential areas such as Sa’ada and a refugee bus in Hodeidah shows their clear frustration in not being able to annex  Yemen.

Credible reports are that the UAE (Colombian) mercenaries loaded that bus with civilians and kept them locked in there until the U.S. backed fighter-jets came for the kill.

Iran says the hike Saudi Arabia’s bombardment of civilian targets in Yemen shows the coalition’s frustration in falling short of the goals. The UN declared Saudi Arabia responsible for child deaths in Yemen.

A UN’s annual “Children and Armed Conflict” report has shown that a total 1,316 children killed and maimed in the Yemen in 2017.

Saudi Arabia and its F-UK-US allies launched a brutal war on Yemen in March 2015 to reinstall the Hadi regime and crush the popular Houthi Ansarullah liberation movement. 

   

The Saudi aggression has also taken a heavy toll on the country’s facilities and infrastructure, destroying many hospitals, schools, and factories.  

Since 2016, the impoverished nation has also been grappling with a bio-warfare, leading to a deadly cholera outbreak that already killed thousands of innocent people.

Several Western countries, especially the USA and Britain in particular, are accused of being complicit in the aggression as they supply the Riyadh regime with advanced weapons and military equipment as well as logistical and intelligence assistance.

Amnesty International said it has documented at least 36 coalition air strikes that appeared to be carried out in violation of international humanitarian law, many of which may constitute a war crime. At least 513 civilians perished in their raids, including 157 children.

Yemen is the poorest Arab nation in the Middle East, but yet has the most important strategic position, situated @ the lucrative Saudi Red Sea oil shipping lanes.

PressTV.com / ABC Flash Point Oil News 2018.

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