Mass rallies in Yemen denouncing Saudi coalition genocide
Following Saudi-led coalition airstrikes targeted Saada's central prison, martyred 65, and wounded more than 120, Yemenis take to the streets to condemn the genocides.
This comes after the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Saada's central prison martyred 65 and wounded more than 120.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent noted that a number of the casualties are foreign nationals, stressing that rescue teams have been working on the site of the genocide since dawn, trying to find the bodies of the dead and rescue the wounded.
In this context, the Minister of Information in the Sanaa government, Dhaif Allah Al-Shami, pointed out that the Saudi-led coalition wanted to commit a genocide amid the Internet shutdown in Yemen, noting that "what happened in Syria" is being implemented in Yemen.
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, Al-Shami added that the Red Cross' visit to Saada's prison two days ago indicates international collusion in the genocide, stressing that Yemen is currently isolated from the world, but the Yemeni blood "will turn into volcanoes of anger."
The Yemeni minister affirmed that "criminals cannot escape punishment," assuring that "what they saw in their capitals is only a warning."
The calls for demonstrations began on Thursday, as the organizing committee urged the Yemeni people to participate widely in Sanaa and other provinces.
The committee in Sanaa designated Bab Al-Yaman Square as a venue for the events on Friday.
Violent airstrikes on Al-Hudaydah
On Thursday, the Saudi-led coalition of aggression launched a series of violent airstrikes on Al-Hudaydah, Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported.
The Saudi-led coalition's air force targeted the telecommunication tower in the city, our correspondent added, which resulted in six martyrs, including three children, and 18 wounded, most of whom were children.
The internet was cut off in all parts of Yemen following the attack.