Yemen’s Ansarullah revolutionary group lashed out at aggression powers on Friday over the horrible massacre their warplanes had committed by striking a prison in the northwestern province of Saada.
In a statement, Ansarullah politburo said “aggression powers, on top of which is the United States bear full responsibility for this crime” that killed or injured at least 150 people in the prison in Saada.
“This crime is a war crime against humanity,” the group’s politburo said, stressing that retaliation for this attack “is a legitimate right since the blood of our people is precious.”
The statement called on the United Nations and international organizations to bear their “moral and legal responsibility” through denouncing such crimes.
Ansarullah politburo also called on Yemeni people to go ahead with their revolutionary project against the aggression.
For his part, Head of Yemen’s national delegation and Ansarullah spokesman Mohammad Abdulsalam said the Saudi-led crimes against civilians in Saada, Hodeidah and Sanaa will neither force the Yemeni people to surrender nor break their will.
“Such crimes will prompt our people to retaliate forcefully and with all means,” Abdulsalam said in a tweet.
Earlier on Friday, Saudi-UAE warplanes committed horrible massacre by striking a prison in Saada, killing or injuring at least 150 people. The strike followed another raid on Al-Hodeidah, where aggression powers’ fighter jets struck a state-owned company that controls internet in the Arab impoverished country, forcing internet to go down in most of the Yemeni governorates.
Source: Al-Manar English Website