Yemen's Supreme Political Council: Genocides will not go unpunished
Yemen's Supreme Political Council condemns international silence towards coalition crimes against Yemenis, vowing that genocides will not go unpunished.
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.
The #Saudi-led coalition launched brutal raids on #Yemen committing atrocious massacres, killing at least 65 and injuring 112.#YemenBlackout #YemenCantWait #StandWithYemen pic.twitter.com/YXvNqmPr7A— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
The Council considered that Saudi Arabia and the UAE are afraid of battlefield confrontation, adding that the Saudi-led coalition targeted communications and isolated Yemen from the world to commit more crimes away from the media, the statement said.
Addressing the Saudi-led coalition, the Supreme Political Council of Yemen stressed that the Yemeni people will not subjugate to the ongoing crimes, adding that the coalition is just a US-Israeli tool that does not have morals of war, and despite its crimes, it will fail.
The #Saudi-led coalition's air force targeted the telecommunication tower and a prison, killing civilians brutally in one of the most atrocious massacres committed by the coalition of evil to date.#Yemen #YemenBlackout #YemenCantWait #StandWithYemen pic.twitter.com/4IdiE4rxxe— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
The statement said that the Yemeni Armed Forces and the popular committees are in a position to deter the aggression and siege, and they will forcefully respond to all aggressors.
Rally denouncing Saudi genocides
Earlier, Yemen's capital, Sanaa, and other Yemeni cities witnessed mass rallies denouncing the Saudi genocides in Saada and Al-Hudaydah.
Footage from the central prison targeted by the #Saudi-led coalition of aggression, the prison has about 2000 residents.#Yemen #YemenBlackout #YemenCantWait https://t.co/ShYvbi34YE— Al Mayadeen English (@MayadeenEnglish) January 21, 2022
This comes after the Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Saada's central prison martyred 65 and wounded more than 120.
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.
On Thursday, the Saudi-led coalition of aggression launched a series of violent airstrikes on Al-Hudaydah, Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported. The coalition's air force targeted the telecommunication tower in the city, which resulted in six martyrs, including three children, and 18 wounded, most of whom were children.
It is noteworthy that Saudi-led coalition aircraft launched two days ago 12 raids targeting Sanaa International Airport, the Al-Dailami Air Base, and the military academy.
In addition, the coalition had committed a massacre in the Al-Libi residential neighborhood in the Yemeni capital, martyring and wounding 29 people.