61 victims by Saudi-led coalition attacks in Saada in February
A medical source confirms that today, nine citizens were martyred and 52 were injured as a result of Saudi attacks and violations.
A total of 61 Yemenis were killed and injured as a result of the Saudi bombing of the border district of Shada in Saada Governorate during the month of February, as reported by the Yemeni news agency Saba.
Just today, a medical source in Saada confirmed to the Yemeni agency that nine citizens were killed and 52 were injured as a result of Saudi artillery and missile strikes, direct fire, and attacks by spy planes of the Saudi-led coalition of aggression.
The source pointed out that most injuries were critical and were transferred to hospitals in the governorate’s capital.
The source condemned the silence of the United Nations and humanitarian organizations toward the crimes committed by the Saudi army against civilians in the border areas on a daily basis.
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Yesterday, a Yemeni citizen was killed and six others were wounded, by the Saudi-led coalition attacks, which targeted Al-Raqqu area in the Munabbih district of Saada governorate.
In the meantime, a military source in Sanaa government reported 151 violations of the aggression forces in Al-Hudaydah province during the past 24 hours, including the flight of a spy plane over Hays district, 61 violations by artillery shelling, and 89 violations with various gunshots.
It is noteworthy that Sanaa announced, last October, that negotiations to extend the UN armistice in Yemen had reached a dead end after Saudi Arabia refused to pay the salaries of public servants from the revenues of oil and gas produced from the Yemeni governorates and to stop the war and lift the blockade on the country.
Earlier, the head of the Supreme Political Council in Yemen, Mahdi Al-Mashat, said that Washington should take the warnings of the leader of Ansar Allah movement, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, seriously, indicating that the consequences of ignoring these warnings will be dire.
Al-Mashat stressed that the Yemeni people, after 8 years of aggression and siege and the great sacrifices they made, are still adhering to their legitimate rights and just cause, calling on the countries of aggression to stop the war on Yemen and lift the blockade.
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On his part, the leader of Ansar Allah movement, Sayyed Abdul-Malik Al-Houthi, said, "The stage we are in, in Yemen, is a stage of war, and what has calmed down is none but military escalation," pointing out that "we are today in the position of confronting targeting and threats, as the stage of just following up on the news of the attacks on our nation [without acting] has come to an end."
Al-Houthi warned and advised the coalition of aggression that patience will run out, "as we cannot accept depriving our people of their national wealth."
"If peace is what they want, its path is clear; its key is [solving] the humanitarian file and its ultimate goal is to end the aggression, siege, and occupation,” he stressed.
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