INhuman Saudi Arabia regime’s war machine is using every last minute for more attacks against Yemenis before a UN-brokered ceasefire takes effect.
Saudi fighter jets carried out dozens of airstrikes across Yemen on Sunday, targeting civilians’ houses and properties, Yemen’s official Saba Net news agency reported.
Saudi warplanes conducted a dozen airstrikes on the Sirwah district of the central province of Ma’rib. They also carried out nine air raids against the Matun district in the northern province of Jawf and launched another attack on the Karsh district of the southwestern province of Lahij.
Separately, Saudi jets conducted over 12 airstrikes against the Nihm district of the western province of Sana’a. There were no immediate reports of possible casualties and the extent of damage inflicted by the Sunday attacks.
On Saturday, Saudi jets launched an aerial assault against the Dhubab district of the southwestern province of Ta’izz, leaving five people martyred, including three women and a child.
Reports coming out of Yemen say Saudi Arabia is increasing its military forces in Yemen’s Hajjah province ahead of the UN-mediated ceasefire that comes into effect on Sunday midnight. Scores of Saudi troops and some forces loyal to Yemen’s former president Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi were also deployed to Nihm, near the capital Sana’a.