The Yemeni government condemned the terrorist crime perpetrated by the terrorist Houthi militia this evening, searching for civilians in the city of Ma’rib, after targeting a mosque and a women’s prison with two ballistic missiles and two booby-trapped planes.
A statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates considered this crime a blatant challenge to all international efforts, international initiatives and regional endeavors to end the Yemeni bloodshed and stop the war… Referring to this crime came a few days after a heinous crime whose victims’ blood has not yet dried.
The statement stated, “The Yemeni government, while condemning this cowardly attack and the continued targeting of safe civilians in Ma’rib by the terrorist Houthi militias that do not respect international norms and laws and do not believe in the principles of international humanitarian law, appeals to the international community, international organizations and the Security Council to assume their responsibilities and break the circle of silence.” To the circle of firmness and condemn this heinous terrorist crime that aims to undermine peace efforts and punish the perpetrators and their supporters.”
President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi, President of the Republic, had emphasized that the blood of innocents in successive events and the burning of families and children with missiles and booby-trapped militias would not establish real peace as much as deepening the wounds.
Local and medical sources in the Marib governorate had confirmed that 8 civilians were killed and 27 wounded, in a preliminary outcome of the bombing launched by the Iranian-backed terrorist militia, on Thursday evening, on the city of Ma’rib.
This crime comes Hours after the funeral of the corpse of the girl Lian and her father, whose charred bodies were charred by the Houthi missile bombing that targeted the gas station at the weekend.
The terrorist Houthi militia continues to target civilian objects and displaced persons in Marib Governorate, amid human rights and international silence.