Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Fact and figures of Saudi crimes on Yemen in 700 days

Less than a month, it’s going to be three month that Saudi Arabia started an unjust war against Yemen and military campaign against the people of the poorest Arab country; a war that has brought only destruction and killing for Yemen, admitting by international legal organizations and observers.

According to the reports and based on official and local statistics inside and outside Yemen, close to 485,731 mosques, university, training center, hospital, medical center, power plant, station and communication network, commercial market, house, bridge, farmland, poultry farming, cattle, factories, public transportation, water tank, tourism and industrial facilities, and ports were completely destroyed and they need to be rebuilt.

Saudi warplanes have destroyed nearly half a million homes completely or partially.

According to reliable sources, 34,863 people have been killed and injured in the attacks by Saudi warplanes and warships. There were 10 thousand children and women and 25 thousands teenager among the dead and injured.

Since the beginning of Saudi aggression on Yemen, Saudi mercenaries have launched over 2,524,380 surface-to-air missiles, cluster, phosphorous, thermal bombs and etc. All of them have been used for residential and human purposes.

According to the published statistics, Saudi mercenaries have launched 105 thousand air strikes which mean 150 air strikes per day. According to reports from the US and the UK Ministry of Defence, 170 thousand airstrikes have been carried out against Yemen, about 240 air strikes a day.

Yemen has witnessed an unequal battle in 700 days. It has been under intense siege. Yemenis are living in terrible conditions as a result of the sea, land and air blockade:

20 million people require immediate humanitarian aid.

2 million Yemeni children were deprived of education.

3 million children suffer from malnutrition.

10 million Yemeni children need health care.

8 thousand Yemeni children lose their lives every day by the lack of drugs and the spread of deadly diseases.

3 million Yemeni civilians have been displaced and homeless.

15 million of them are living in starvation mode.



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