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Al-Hadida Massacre in Photos: a Proof of Saudi Aggression, Use of Forbidden Weapons

(al-Ahed News) ~ About a week ago, Saudi warplanes committed a terrible massacre against a group of Yemeni fishermen on the Island of A’qban in the Province of al-Hadida, killing around 150 fishermen.

The Fishermen Cooperative Union in the Province of al-Hadida condemned the massacre against the fishermen on the Island of A’qban that happened on October 22, 2015 and martyred and wounded 200 civilians, as well as fishermen and paramedics.

The union described the crime as a “genocide that reveals the aggression’s hatred towards the Yemenis”.

The union’s condemning statement noted that “the [Saudi] aggression is committing the worst kinds of crimes as it causes disruption to everyday life and sources of incomes for many Yemenis and fishermen who seek their living”.

Furthermore, the Union called upon “the United Nations and the international, humanitarian and rights organizations to put an end to such crimes of the Saudi aggression that is targeting civilians and killing children and women”.

It also called for lifting the unjust siege imposed on Yemen.

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