Sanaa, Yemen (1:25 P.M.) – The Saudi Air Force has been relentless over the Yemeni capital on Saturday, carrying out 60+ airstrikes above Sanaa’s densely populated neighborhoods.

Yemen-based Al-Masirah News reported minutes ago that 15 Saudi airstrikes hit the Sanaa Governorate town of Beit Sa’daan, killing 13 civilians and wounding a dozen others.

In addition to their airstrikes over Beit Sa’daan, the Saudi Air Force also struck several other villages in the Arhab region of Sanaa, leaving a number of civilians dead wounded.

The Saudi Air Force has also targeted several other provinces on Saturday, including the Hajja, Sa’ada, and Ta’iz governorates.

 

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stupid Arabs brutal killing each other with whitepons in the expense of is own Arabs bloods. How sad

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Such bravery the white men bullets and die for whitepons. How sad

How sad

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Wait n watch they are coming to hunt down al Saud family regeim and mix them with dust sooner

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Tthhoo on the face of Aali Saud.

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Saudi,s can,t fight so they bomb kids ,,,,gutless

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They just think that by terrorizing civilians, they’ll pressure yemenis in giving up.
Typical wahhabi way of thinking… They are unable to understand that the half of Yemen was commie for long and surely not the way of thinking of real leftists. They know the reds despise them but they’ve been so brainwashed by their system where no one is (supposed to be) able to think by himself, so we’re right of some kind of Haddith inspired strategy like “the apostle said ‘I fight with terror'” and shits like that…