Mansour told Al Masirah Net correspondent that Razih Rural Hospital receives patients from the border areas and those targeted by the Saudi enemy, which are over the hospital’s capabilities.
For his part, the head of the emergency department at Razih Rural Hospital, Aseel Manea, said: We receive many critical cases who are being targeted in the border directorates by the Saudi army.
Manea explained that the hospital faces great pressure while providing therapeutic services to patients with the constant presence of victims amid the continuing Saudi attacks.
The United States tried to evade the crime of killing hundreds of immigrants on the Yemen-Saudi border. It holds its Saudi ally fully responsible for these crimes, after Human Rights Watch documented that Saudi Arabian border guards have killed hundreds of Ethiopian migrants, including women and children, who attempted to enter the kingdom along its mountainous border with Yemen.
According to Western media, a State Department spokesperson said the US had raised concerns about the allegations in the report with the Saudi government. As is the US habit of covering up the crimes of the coalition of aggression against Yemen for nine years, the ministry had urged the Saudi authorities to undertake a thorough and transparent investigation and also to meet their obligations under international law.
The US State Department claimed that the land border guards implicated in the report did not receive any US government funding or training.
Although the US is a security partner for Saudi Arabia, it constantly criticizes the kingdom's human rights record through the media, and holds its ally responsible for any crimes that appear to the public.
Al-Masirah network has documented dozens of crimes committed by Saudi Arabia during the truce period against dozens of Yemenis and displaced persons, as well as African migrants in the border areas north of Saada governorate.
Last November 2022, 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.#Saadah #US_Saudi_Aggression 23-09-14
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