The impoverished country of Yemen has been bombed on a daily basis by the Saudi-led coalition since March 26 of 2015.
Despite the countless accusations of war crimes perpetrated by the Saudi regime and their allies against thousands of innocent Yemeni civilians, the world has chosen to abandon Yemen and leave it solely facing the worst humanitarian catastrophe, a cholera outbreak, a strangling all-out blockade and a ruthless war that has devastated the already-weak infrastructure.
Speaking of Yemen being subjected to Saudi American bombs on a daily basis, here is what happened in Yemen on March 12th:
To begin with Saada Governorate, a woman and her two children were wounded in an air raid on a civilian house in the border district of Razih.
The US-backed coalition also launched four raids on Takhiya area in Majz district, and launched three raids on Adiaq and Abu Jabarah Valley in Ketaf district. In addition, different regions of Razih district were subjected to Saudi missile and artillery bombardment.
Going to Hajjah Governorate, at least six air raids were conducted on the districts of Haridh and Medhi during the past hours.
Heading to coastal Hodeidah Governorate, western Yemen, two raids hit al-Murshidiah Farm in Zabid district, and an additional raid targeted near the government compound in Al-Jerahi district.
In Al-Jawf Governorate, five raids were carried out on Khab wa Shaf district.
Ending the series of airstrikes with Saudi Najran Governorate, the US-backed coalition targeted Al-Tala military outpost.
The Yemeni-Saudi border (Najran, Asir and Jizan Governorates) happen to hold combats between the Saudi Forces and the Yemeni Army and Ansarullah, whereas the latter is said to be retaliating for war crimes and acts of invasion committed by the Saudi-led coalition and its forces.
A Saudi-led war began against Yemen on March 26 of 2015, in an attempt to reinstall a Saudi-friendly president, Hadi. Hadi was ousted by the Ansarullah revolutionaries, who enjoy wide public support, and that is when they took control over the country’s affairs with an aim of eliminating foreign intervention or influence over Yemen.