Yemeni military spokesperson threatens UAE with response to massacres
Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson advises foreign companies to leave UAE following coalition massacres against Yemeni people.
Yemeni Armed Forces Spokesperson, Yahya Saree, called Friday foreign companies in the UAE to leave the country.
"After the crimes committed by US-Saudi-UAE aggression today against Yemeni people, we advise the foreign companies in Emirates to leave," Saree tweeted.
According to the Yemeni spokesperson, these companies "invest in an unsafe country" whose rulers "continue in their aggression against Yemen."
after the crimes committed by US-Saudi -UAE aggression today against Yemeni people , we advise the foreign companies in Emirates to leave because they invest in an unsafe country and the rulers of this country continue in their aggression against Yemen.— Yahya Sare'e (@Yahya_Saree) January 21, 2022
"Genocides will not go unpunished"
Earlier, the Supreme Political Council of Yemen condemned the international silence towards the crimes of the Saudi-led coalition aggression against the Yemeni people.
In a statement, the Council affirmed that the Saudi-led coalition's genocides will not go unpunished.
"Yemenis will not kneel"
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, a member of the Political Council of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement, Mohammad Al-Bukhaiti said the reason behind the Saudi-led coalition genocide committed was to "terrorize the Yemenis."
Al-Bukhaiti stressed that "Yemenis will not kneel" no matter how many massacres the coalition commits, highlighting that hundreds of thousands of Yemenis are dying because of the imposed siege, which is the coalition's greatest crime.
The Yemeni official affirmed that the perpetrators who committed the massacre will be regretful, adding that the world turns a blind eye to the siege imposed on Yemen.
He noted that there is no military benefit to the coalition from the massacres committed against Yemenis.
Ansar Allah Political Council member Mohammad Al-Bukhaiti to #AlMayadeen: The #UnitedStates and #Britain stand behind the siege on #Yemen.#YemenCantWait #StandWithYemen#YemenBlackout https://t.co/QpuIohONHB— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
Al-Bukhaiti called on Arab countries to take action in order to stop the aggression against the Yemeni people, underlining that silence over the ongoing crimes will lead to disasters against Yemenis.
He also held the US and Britain responsible for standing behind the siege imposed on Yemen.
Saudi-led coalition committing a "war of extermination"
For his part, the Sanaa government Minister of Health, Taha Al-Mutawakel, said Yemen is facing a humanitarian crisis, accusing the Saudi-led coalition of committing a "war of extermination."
In an interview for Al Mayadeen, Al-Mutawakel expressed that war crimes are being committed against Yemeni people, revealing that the coalition countries prevented the entry of medical devices to Yemen.
Wael, one of the many victims of the #Saudi-led aggression on #Yemen, left this world today as his own mother desperately tries to resuscitate him.#YemenBlackout #YemenCantWait #StandWithYemen pic.twitter.com/jt0dW61M0R— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
The Ministry of Health reported that the number of victims of the airstrike launched by the Saudi-led coalition aircraft on Saada's central prison has risen to 223, including 77 dead.
The ministry said the process of trying to find the bodies of the dead and rescue the wounded is still ongoing.
In a statement, the Sanaa government Ministry of Health considered that targeting the largest possible number of citizens and the intentional killing of Yemeni -- in violation of all laws, customs of war, and international humanitarian law -- show the Saudi-led coalition's aggression policy.
Mass rallies in Sanaa, other Yemeni cities
In the same context, Yemen's capital, Sanaa, and other Yemeni cities witnessed mass rallies denouncing the Saudi genocides in Saada and Al-Hudaydah.
This comes after the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Saada's central prison martyred and wounded many.
The prison houses more than 2,000 inmates from Yemen and other countries and is a shelter for Africans who cross from Yemen to other regions.
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.
In just 24 hours, the #Saudi-led coalition launched 70 air raids on #Yemeni governorates, killing at least 70 people and injuring many more others.#Yemen #YemenCantWait #StandWithYemen pic.twitter.com/D058SY270d— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
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.