Bahram Qassemi, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman,  has denounced Saudi airstrikes in Yemen’s Hudaydah province, which resulted in the deaths of nearly 50 Yemeni’s.

“Unfortunately, the indifference of countries and international bodies, coupled with the continued sale of various kinds of arms and military equipment to Saudi Arabia, has made the regime more brazen in escalating its attacks on the oppressed and defenseless people of Yemen,” Qassemi said late on Thursday.

He added, “The telling silence of certain Western countries vis-a-vis the slaughter of innocent people and continued sale of destructive weapons will doubtlessly make them more obnoxious in the eyes of the world public opinion, and present them as the accomplices of the child-killer regime.”

The airstrikes on Wednesday were the latest in a year and a half of Saudi atrocities in Yemen.

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Ibn Haneefah
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and applauds it’s own atrocities in Syria and Iraq

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Although I’m totally against any form of theocracy, Iran doesn’t deliberatelly targets civilians in Syria and Iraq. Now, as the terrorists, mostly funded by KSA and Qatar, usually use civilians -even their own families- as human shields. And I’m not defending some past Iranian actions, especially the terrorist acts done through their Hizbullah proxy, especially in Lebanon when Badreddine assassinated (in 2 minutes using 2 VBIEDs, one with 9.5t fuel air, the other with 2.5t) +300 blue helmets sent to avoid Palestinians to be massacred… (funny fact : Frenchs had 58 blue helmets killed in this double attack, then Iran… Read more »

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@haloefekti But ‘Murica will still support the disgusting #houseofsaud #noshame #suckingsaudicock #cometousaanddrinkandfuck

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So does UK, taking profit of Brexit to circumvent EU sanctions on arm sales.