The bitterness of prison and the bereavement of death, Dhamar: Report

 

DHAMAR, Sept.8 (Saba) – In recent years, several countries have been subjected to aggression, as is the case with Yemen now, and committed war crimes that were described in those periods, these are precedents the world has never seen before where targeting schools, hospitals, roads, mosques, and infrastructure and mass crimes.

However, the US-Saudi aggression against Yemen, despite the fact that it committed war crimes doubly and targeted the facilities targeted in other countries.

Has been subjected to aggression, but he specialized in committing crimes in Yemen, which has never been before and never seen in a country other than Yemen.

This has been repeated in an unprecedented manner in the US-Saudi aggression against Yemen, besides the suffocating blockade and causing humanitarian and health disasters, which UN reports describe as the largest in the world, , the latest massacre in Dhamar prison on Sunday in  1 September 2019.

The US-Saudi-led aggression coalition did worst crimes were committed, dozens of victims were killed, injured and homes were destroyed from the beginning of war until now amid international silence.

Whereas the Saudi and Emirate aggression coalition on the early morning on Sunday targeted with seven airstrikes on three buildings belonging to his prisoners in the Community College north of the city of Dhamar, and the victim of the massacre of more than 150 dead and wounded, which the Houthi group has turned into a detention center for hundreds of prisoners and detainees supporting the legitimate government.

The leadership of the Saudi-UAE alliance announced on Sunday targeting Houthi’ military sites in Dhamar , noting that it is “a storehouse for drones and air defense missiles”.

The coalition added that this targeting operation “is consistent with international humanitarian law and its customary rules, and it all preventive measures have been taken to protect civilians.

The shelling comes in light of the tension between the legitimate government and the UAE, which the government accused the government of “targeting the army forces bombing aerial south of Yemen which led to about 300 soldiers and civilians were killed and injured.

While the UAE has acknowledged responsibility for the bombing, it described its targets as “terrorists”.

Meanwhile, the International organizations, especially the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), confirm that the place is known to be prisoners and has been visited more than once.

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) estimated that more than 100 people were killed in the coalition raid on Dhamar prison.

While the head of the ICRC delegation in Yemen who went to Dhamar after the raid said “more than 100 were killed and at least 40  citizens are receiving treatment”.

He also emphases the target site was an empty college building , It has long been used as a detention center.

The European Union said in a statement the attack in Dhamar it fuels regional tensions and further jeopardizes the chances of ending the suffering of millions of Yemenis.

The European Union emphasized the need for full respect for international humanitarian law and human rights laws, particularly with regard to the protection of civilians.

Amnesty International has called for an independent investigation into the attack, which it called “one of the most horrific attacks this year.

UN officials have condemned the bombing of a Saudi-Emirati prison in Dhamar, Yemen, which killed dozens of prisoners of war, while the Red Cross refuted the coalition’s claim that it had targeted a Houthi weapons depot.

The UN envoy to Yemen, Martin Griffiths, condemned the coalition air strikes late on Saturday that killed up to 100 pro-government prisoners and detainees and wounded others, according to the toll of casualties.

While Griffiths called on the Saudi-UAE alliance to investigate the raids on Dhamar and activate accountability, stressing that the only way to end the killings and suffering in Yemen is to end the conflict.

The Healthy Minister Dr. Youssef El Hadri announced that the aggression was targeted by seven raids of prisoners’ prison where High death toll rising to 185.

An El Hadri emphasis the coalition’s bombing of its prisoners is a war crime.

He said on Tuesday that 123 bodies have been recovered from the aggression’ massacre in the prison of prisoners in Dhamar province.

A source in the public emergency at the Ministry of Health explained that 50 wounded victims of crime are being treated in hospitals.

While medical source pointed out that the rescue teams today recovered 25 bodies from the rubble, Red Crescent is still searching for victims.

The Houthi Information Minister Daif Allah Al – Shami condemned the horrendous massacre that Saudi-led aggression coalition aircrafts committed by targeting a prison of war prisoners in Dhamar province.

He said the Saudi-Emirati coalition aircraft bombed this place, which was denied as a military site and it is known to everyone that the place is private prisoners.

He added that the prisoners who were targeted are included in the prisoner exchange statements under the Swedish agreement.

Al-Shami considered that the targeting of aviation aggression of prisoners as ” It comes within the framework of the conflict between the two countries of aggression Saudi Arabia and the UAE by targeting each other militias” .

For many years, Yemen is still under the fire of an enemy that knows nothing about religion, morality and humanity and in the glare of a world no less bloody, criminal and brutal, the former kills his aircraft and missiles and the other kills his silence and silence.

Written by Amal Bahakim

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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