According to local media, a new round of airstrikes carried out on Yamen by the Saudi-led military coalition on an area in the war-ravaged country’s Hodeida Province has resulted in the deaths of three Yemeni children and the injuries of another.
An official from the Houthi Ansarullah movement was quoted by Yemen’s al-Masirah TV as saying that Saudi-led spy planes carried out the deadly air raids, which targeted the village of al-Sharjah and the al-Jarrahi district southeast of Hodeida.
Local sources claim that the Saudi-led coalition forces injured four people and killed two civilians earlier on Monday.
The Saudi regime’s ongoing violations of Yemenis in the borderlands were condemned by the Ministry of Human Rights.
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According to the ministry, the Saudi-led coalition regularly commits crimes against the impoverished nation, killing both Yemenis and migrants in densely populated areas.
In a statement, the ministry said, “The world turns a blind eye to the crimes of the Saudi regime, which persists in committing them in cold blood,” despite the rising death toll and ongoing violations in Hodeida.
According to the statement, “the Saudi-led coalition takes advantage of the inaction and complicity of the United Nations and the international community and organizations that have shown hypocrisy and dual standards,” as well as the failure to condemn these crimes and hold the coalition accountable for its actions.
In November, the Entesaf Association for the Security of Ladies’ and Youngsters’ Freedoms declared that more than in excess of 3,000 kids have been killed and in excess of 4,000 harmed because of the seven-year battle on Yemen.
Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis have died in the conflict, and millions more have been displaced. Additionally, it has spread famine and infectious diseases to Yemen and destroyed its infrastructure.
With assistance from the United States and other Western nations, Saudi Arabia and its Arab allies launched the devastating war on Yemen in March 2015.
The goal was to overthrow Yemen’s Ansarullah popular resistance movement, which had been running state affairs in the absence of a functioning government in Yemen, and reestablish the Riyadh-friendly regime of former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi.
The war in Yemen has resulted in the worst humanitarian crisis in history while also claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of Yemenis.