On Tuesday, the Saudi-led Coalition forces reportedly looted the humanitarian relief convoy that was on its way to the exhausted families in the Muqbena Directorate of the Ta’iz Governorate.

According to several reports from local sources, the Saudi-led Coalition forces intercepted the transport vehicles that were filled humanitarian relief and looted the supplies that were found on-board.

The convoy was said to be passing through the village of Alukia in the Ta’iz Governorate before it was stopped.

In addition to the attack on Alukia, another contingent from the Saudi-led Coalition forces looted a humanitarian relief convoy on the way to the village of Al-Afirah in the Muqbena Directorate.

The Coalition forces reportedly stole 450 wheat bags that were destined for the Al-Seddiq School in the area of Ajaf.

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Ged Laing
Ged Laing
2016-01-21 05:04

@Tdrinker2 ambrose you are an RT machine. RU a machine? fingers in many pies.

TheScepticalOne
TheScepticalOne
2016-01-21 04:57

how nice of US allies to rob food from civilians

Santiago Jose Katzenstein
Santiago Jose Katzenstein
2016-01-21 05:38

They are so primitive that they still keep to the tradition that says that looting is right as long as the booty is shared