The source indicated that an African immigrant was wounded by Saudi army fire in the Al Thabet area in the Qataber district, and he was transferred to Al-Talh General Hospital.
Various areas of the border districts in Sa’adah are subjected to Saudi missile and artillery shelling, on a daily basis, resulting in heavy casualties and material losses.
In an attempt to circumvent the truth, the US-Suadi aggression has issued a statement denying the validity of targeting civilians on the border. The aggression lies in order to evade its crimes, but the victims are sufficient to refute its false allegations.
In late December, the Ministry of Health had revealed that the victims of the Saudi attacks since the beginning of the truce amounted to at least 3,258, including African immigrants, in the border areas of Sa’adah Governorate.
It indicated that the Saudi army used artillery shells and machine guns to kill civilians in the border districts and tortured the victims with acid and electricity.
In early November, Al-Masirah channel obtained scenes of the Saudi regime targeting and liquidating African migrants at its borders.
The scenes showed dozens of bodies killed by Saudi border guards. They also showed that the Saudi border guards handcuffed dozens of Ethiopian immigrants, believed to be moments before they were killed.
African survivors of the massacre confirmed that the Saudi soldiers deliberately electrocuted a room after collecting dozens of Ethiopian immigrants in it.
They pointed out that the Saudi border guards used to shoot directly and often used mortars to eliminate gatherings of migrants, stressing that about five migrants are killed every day at the border and many are injured.
In late July, the International Organization for Migration revealed the killings of migrants at the hands of the Saudi border guards, north of Sa'adah Governorate.
In a brief report, the organization said on Twitter that it had verified nine separate incidents that killed 189 and seriously injured 535 migrants at the Yemen-Saudi border with the northern Yemen's governorate of Sa'adah.
The organization suggested that the number of victims as a result of Saudi forces targeting migrants with artillery, machine guns and live bullets is much more than that statistic.
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