Saudi Regime’s Humanitarian Violations in Yemen on Only March 17th: Report

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The poorest country in the Middle East, Yemen, has been constantly bombed by the region’s richest country Saudi Arabia for nearly three years since the Kingdom first initiated its military campaign on March 26 of 2015.
The daily bombardment led to the worst humanitarian catastrophe in the world as well as an unprecedented outbreak of diseases such as cholera.

According to local Yemeni reports, the Saudi regime and its allies have included hospitals, schools, homes, factories, local markets, universities, bridges, farms and roads in their military targets.

The Saudi-led coalition, backed by the US and UK, has also been imposing an air, sea and land siege on the country, preventing the entry of essential life requirements like medical supplies. Moreover, the siege has consequently led to millions in need of humanitarian aid.

Despite the horrific results of the Saudi war on Yemen, the Kingdom continues to take advantage of the international silence and retains its position although it has achieved no goals it has earlier announced.

In Saada governorate, the Saudi Air Force launched three raids on the district of Baqem, three raids on al-Soda area, district of Majz, in addition to a rocket attack and artillery bombardment on different areas of the two border districts, Razih and Monabeh, resulting in the damage of citizens’ farms and property.

In Hodeidah governorate, two citizens were injured after 3 raids struck a farm in al-Husseiniya district. Additionally, the coalition aircraft also raided a farm in Wadi Siham, Bajel district.

Moreover, the Saudi-led jets launched 2 raids on a civilian’s farm in al-Ghawadar area, district of Beit al-Faqih in the aforementioned governorate.

In Hajjah governorate, the Saudi-led warplanes carried out 10 missiles on the districts of Haradh and Medhi during the past several hours.

In Jizan, southern Saudi governorate, the US-backed coalition military aircraft carried out three raids on Wadi Gara.

A Saudi-led war began against Yemen on March 26 of 2015, in an attempt to reinstall a Saudi-friendly president, Hadi. Hadi was ousted by the Ansarullah revolutionaries, who enjoy wide public support, and that is when they took control over the country’s affairs with an aim of eliminating foreign intervention or influence over Yemen.