Sanaa, Yemen (12:40 P.M.) – The Saudi Air Force bombed an anti-Saudi protest in the capital city of Yemen on Saturday after conducting several flights to harass and intimidate the demonstrators.

Despite Saudi Arabia’s best attempts to disperse the tens of thousands of protesters in Sanaa today, the people continued to demonstrate after the warplanes flew away.

This is not the first time that Saudi Arabia has done something like this; in fact, earlier this year, the Saudi Coalition harassed another large protest on 70th Street in Sanaa.

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Sahanawaj Molla
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Sahanawaj Molla

Why CNN,bbc and all Western media don’t tale about this?

Daeshbags Sux
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Daeshbags Sux

Wait until there are pics with hundred of civilians dead : such things sell well…

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Sitting Bull

Because they serve the State Department and Lockheed Martiin establishment.

Henry Commons
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Henry Commons

That’s messed up.

Jozef Majtán
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Jozef Majtán

,,western allies”

Deniz E.Troost
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Deniz E.Troost

@Chloey001 arap şu dunyada olmamasi gereken irklardan birisin!

Said Farzad
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Daeshbags Sux
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Now, just need to show pics of the slaughter and due to the gigantic protest, it must be tremendous and KSA is totally destroyed in worldwide public opinion, even in the US.

Muhd Muhammad
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Muhd Muhammad

Cnn And Co Support Criminals Entity .They Side With Imperialist That Distore Fact Never Mention Reality

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The day they have no more petrol they will be like alone on the world , and blamed for everything !

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Near the crowd ? There are 2km.