Yemeni parties condemn Houthi attacks against civilian targets in Saudi Arabia

Yemeni parties condemn Houthi attacks against civilian targets in Saudi Arabia
Yemeni parties condemn Houthi attacks against civilian targets in Saudi Arabia

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - ADEN — Eleven Yemeni political parties condemned the aggressive actions of the Iranian-backed Houthi militia on residential areas in Saudi Arabia.

In a statement issued by the National Coalition of Political Parties and Forces, the parties said that these acts emphasize that the Houthis are a terrorist militia that continuously proves to the world how far it is from achieving peace.

The statement stressed the importance of joining together the efforts of everyone and working with the Coalition to Restore Legitimacy to confront the devastating Iranian project and the Houthi militia, and to save the Yemeni people from those practices that led to the destruction of their lives and displaced millions outside and inside the country.

The statement called on the international community to assume its responsibilities regarding the practices and violations that Yemenis are exposed to by the Houthi militia, which are considered war crimes that should not be tolerated.


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