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May 11, 2015: Over 500 Martyrs and Injured in the Bombing of Nqam Area in Sana'a

Yemen: The tragic events of Nqam remain etched in the memory of Yemenis, a decade after the heinous massacre of civilians in the capital, Sana'a. On May 11, 2015, history recorded one of the worst acts of aggression by the US-Saudi coalition against Yemen, targeting Mount Nqam.

The scene was horrific in every aspect, with continuous explosions and smoke billowing into the sky, changing colors from black to yellow and even white, with fire raging unabated.

At the base of Mount Nqam, a large population lived, but due to the relentless bombing, resilient residents were forced to flee for safety. Some chose to remain, steadfast despite the surrounding risks. Amidst the rubble lay countless stories of tragedy, scattered body parts, destroyed homes, and widespread devastation—a result of the madness of the US-Saudi aggression, or as it's commonly known, the cursed hysteria.

Ninety-one citizens were martyred in this bombing, with over 400 others wounded and hundreds of families displaced. Among the victims were women, children, and the elderly, whom Saudi Arabia did not spare in its aggression.

Hospitals were overwhelmed on this fateful day, filled with hundreds of wounded and dozens of martyrs. Loudspeakers blared calls for help and rescue, following the use of a weapon similar to the one employed in the bombing of the Faj Attan area on April 20, 2015. The streets echoed with the screams and cries of citizens who bore witness to this horrific crime, which not only affected the Nqam area but also spread its devastation to many parts of the capital.

The panic that gripped the residents of Nqam and surrounding areas was described as worse than death by those displaced from Nqam, Bani Hawat, Sawan, and Old Sana'a, who fled to the outskirts of Sana'a, some seeking refuge in schools and mosques. Despite the fear and panic that lingered, many displaced families returned home within days, demonstrating their resilience and readiness to endure further sacrifices.

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