The number of atrocities committed by the Saudi regime’s military against the civilians of Yemen continues to increase exponentially, despite their alleged commitment to “peace” in the Middle East.

On Tuesday afternoon, Saudi warplanes reportedly bombed the Al-Nour Center for the Blind, destroying the entire facility after repeatedly targeting it with their fighter jets.

Luckily, no casualties were reported at the Al-Nour Center for the Blind; however, the devastation was enough to force all of the people that rely on this facility for assistance to seek refuge elsewhere.

The Saudi regime has yet to comment on this atrocity and it likely won’t make this information public.

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Tracey Welsh
Tracey Welsh
2016-01-06 01:00
carol
carol
2016-01-06 01:01

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Maxim Stirlitz
Maxim Stirlitz
2016-01-06 06:11

are you proud of your #Saudi friends @carlbildt??