Ministry of Human Rights condemns Saudi crimes in Saada


The Ministry of Human Rights condemned the horrific crime committed by the Saudi army, killing seven civilians, including four immigrants, in Monabbih border district in the Saada governorate.

The Ministry indicated in a statement that the aggression’s bombing of the border areas does target military operations, but rather targets civilians.

In a statement the Ministry stated that targeting civilians in these areas is a war crime against humanity in accordance with international humanitarian law, international human rights law and criminal law.

It pointed out that this crime and other crimes confirm the lack of credibility of the declared ceasefire, by the US-Saudi aggression.

The Ministry called on the international community to stop the crimes of the coalition of aggression and the Saudi regime against the Yemeni people.