BEIRUT, LEBANON (9:50 P.M.) – At least 26 people were killed in a suspected Saudi-led coalition airstrike in the northwestern Yemeni province of Sa’ada on Wednesday.

The airstrike hit a hotel and neighbouring market in the town of Sahar, which is located near the border with Saudi Arabia.

Houthi rebels, who took control of Yemen’s capital Sanaa three years ago, accused the Saudi-led coalition of executing the airstrike.

The bodies of children can be seen in graphic footage.

The Saudi-led bombing campaign continues in Yemen along with US backing, with casualty figures exceeding 16,200 people since the beginning of the war in March 2015.

A reported 40,000 have been injured and more than three million people have been displaced.

The Saudi-led war is now in its third year, with rights organizations repeatedly accusing the coalition of bombing civilian areas.

Source: Ruptly

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Ibrahim Ibn Yahya

Pathetic satanic bastards, they cant even defeat farmers and hermits whose military uniform includes undersized addidas sandals , so in return they kill the people who don’t fight. Cowards. May allah bless them all with jennah inshallah ameen. {FYI to the reader of this comment; Saudi royal family are jews predating to post WW1. Look it up}

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my freind im with you but… the house of al saud are jews? any credible sources?

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Good day.
Oh yes, those creatures belong to the Khazarian cabal. The English brought those gang of criminals into power back midst of the 19th century and with it the so called Wahhabism (This child abuser T. E. Lawrence was part of the game…). And to finish this travel through history. Salafism was established in Egypt as counterpart to Wahhabism and is, at its core, the most liberal way of Islam and to deform it, Salafism, the English established the “Muslim Brotherhood”.
btw.. same applies to the “Barzani family”. The grandmother of Masoud Barzani was the first female-Rabbi in history.

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Dozens of reports have been released about Saudi Arabia’s intervention in Yemen war. None of them were 100% right. it’s clear that those reports are merely a propaganda to put more pressure on SA. However, with Saudi Arabia’s intervention, the legitimate government is still in power. If SA hasn’t interfered, Yemen will be a haven for Iran and Houthis militias and this means more innocent people will die.