For fifty six days, Yemen including all its governorates is the target of bombing by the Coalition countries led by Saudi Arabia. The air attacks increase everyday and spread into more and more areas, more continuously and at any time of the day and night. The result is horror, fear, and worry among citizens and residents of the larger cities, especially women and children; there are now cases of illness caused by the horror of the constant bombing.
أعلنت دول التحالف بقيادة المملكة العربية السعودية عن هدنة تستمر من مساء الثلاثاء بتاريخ 12 مايو 2015 الساعة الحادية عشرة مساء وتستمر مدة خمسة أيام.
وبعد أن أستبشر اليمنيون وسعد بهذا الخبر إلا أن قوات التحالف استمرت في عدوانها، وقد شهدت مناطق عديدة في الجمهورية اليمنية وهذا التقرير يوضح تفاصيل الأعتداء.
رصد انتهاكات العدوان السعودي للهدنة الإنسانية المعلنة في اليوم الأول للهدنة بتاريخ 13-5-2015م
- العدوان السعودي يواصل الأعتداء الحربي على اليمن بعد إعلانه الهدنه
This report is presented by civil organizations to document the aggression’s crimes.
This is the legal report for the seventh week from the onset of military aggression in 26/3/2015, against the Yemeni nation by Saudi Arabia and the coalition forces by air attacks. This report presents constant accounts and evidence of the state of human rights in Yemen, which worsen daily. These include death tolls, injured civilians, the suffering of old people, women and children, patients. The report also presents the health situation as a result of the blockade; restrictions on movement and the destruction of food and fuel depots. It also accounts for the general effects of the airstrikes against civilians and which are conducted in violation of International Humanitarian Law and the Geneva conventions – particularly the fourth convention as it pertains to the rights of civilians and civil organizations that protect victims’ rights and call for punishing the perpetrators.
Whoever can save Old Sana’a,
I read on the news now an announcement by General Asiri, the Saudi Military Spokesman Leading the attacks on Yemen, requesting all civilians residing next to the National Security Headquarters in the city of Old Sanaa to evacuate and seek refuge asap.
To those of you who do not know Old Sanaa, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a living museum where people live in a city that was built thousands of years ago.
We plead to your consiouses’ to help save our gem as all the buildings in the city are made of mud and any disturbance will cause major collapses and irrepairable destruction.
Old City of Sana’a
Situated in a mountain valley at an altitude of 2,200 m, Sana’a has been inhabited for more than 2,500 years. In the 7th and 8th centuries the city became a major centre for the propagation of Islam. This religious and political heritage can be seen in the 103 mosques, 14 hammams and over 6,000 houses, all built before the 11th century. Sana’a’s many-storeyed tower-houses built of rammed earth (pisé) add to the beauty of the site.
Yemen have lost many of its archeological, historical, and valuable heritages and sites during the past two months since the air raids began, Old Sanaa would be a huge loss to us and the entire world. We beg you to help us stop its destruction and condemn attacking such sites completely.
Please assist with what you can to stop such a catastrophe.
The call is 3 hours old/29/05/2015, see:
Human Rights Violations
By The Legal Center for Rights and Development (LCRD) — Sanaa-Yemen
At 12:40 am of May 1, 2015, an explosion rocked the city of Sanaa and was heard by all of its residents. Upon investigating, LCRD realized that the bombardment targeted the residential area of Sawaan.
Saudi Arabia and the other countries are continuing to kill Yemeni citizens by their air attacks and to deny them the most basic necessities
Saudi Arabia and the other countries are continuing to commit war crimes against the Yemeni nation, without regard either for Human Rights or for International Law. With hundreds of missile attacks they continue to attack places full of civilians, to enforce a complete blockade, and to target all the capacity of the country so as to reduce the country to a complete humanitarian catastrophe had to drive by force tens of thousands of families out of their villages and cities in the search for a safe place and the minimum requirements of food.
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The massacre committed by Saudi Arabia and its Allies
in Almazariq Camp in Hajja
on March 30th, 2015
The Legal Centre for Human Rights and Development
On Monday morning, March 30th 2015, KSA targeted Almazariq camp in Hajja which was set up in 2009 by the UN with contributions from the Gulf States. The camp gives shelter to 12,500 displaced Yemenis who fled their homes during the six wars launched by the Yemeni government against Sa`da population. The camp was bombed by the Saudi air force killing 25 displaced persons, including 6 children and 3 women, and wounding 52 displaced persons, most of whom were women and children, and causing damage to the Medical Unit in the camp, and to the persons’ belongings.
LCHRD: Upon being informed that the camp was targeted, six lawyers from the Observation and Documentation Unit visited the camp and the hospital where the wounded were hospitalized
On 26 March 2015 the Saudi-led coalition started a mission named (decisive storm) and
they began their aggression on Yemen in several aspects:
1. Air raids targeting civilians all over the country:
The statistics since the beginning of the aggression, according to the
Civil Coalition to Monitor the Crimes of the Aggression, documented
until 26 April 2015 :
– Number of dead (1360)
– Number of injured (3457)
– Number of dead children (327)
– Number of dead women (340)