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July 7 Over 9 Years: Martyrs and Injuries from US-Saudi Aggression Targeting Yemen

Yemen: On July 7, during the years 2015, 2017, and 2018, the US-Saudi aggression targeted hospitals, schools, roads, homes, farms, institutes, and humanitarian aid convoys with airstrikes and car bombs in Sana'a, Sa'adah, Hajjah, Ibb, Al-Mahwit, and Taiz. These attacks resulted in dozens of martyrs and injuries, including children and women, and the destruction of homes, farms, mosques, schools, and other infrastructure.

Key Incidents:

2015: German Hospital in Hajjah Targeted

The US-Saudi airstrikes targeted the German Hospital in Haradh, Hajjah, causing significant destruction, civilian injuries, and mass displacement. Medical staff from various nationalities were affected, highlighting the indiscriminate nature of the attack. The hospital was left in ruins, with medical equipment and the adjacent mosque severely damaged.

2015: Airstrikes on Aid Convoy and Civilian Objects in Sa'adah

The aggression targeted a German aid convoy, a school, homes, warehouses, and equipment in Saqain and Haydan, Sa'adah. The airstrikes killed three and injured seven others, causing fear and displacement. The aggression's tactic of using humanitarian aid to lure and target citizens violated international laws, leaving scenes of bloodshed and destruction.

These incidents are part of ongoing war crimes and acts of genocide against the Yemeni people over nine continuous years, reflecting a deep humanitarian crisis.

Car Bomb Targets Mosque in Sana'a

In 2015, a car bomb by the aggression's extremists targeted the Al-Rawda Mosque east of Al-Thawra Hospital in Sana'a. The explosion caused significant damage to nearby properties and the mosque, instilling fear among worshippers and residents. The destruction inside the mosque was extensive, with Qurans and furnishings left in ruins.

July 7, 2015: Government Complex and Residences Targeted in Ibb

The US-Saudi aggression targeted the government complex, Sheikh Abdulwahid Salah's homes, the water project, and a cemetery in Ibb on July 7, 2015. The airstrikes injured civilians, including children and women, and destroyed homes, the water project, and other infrastructure. The attacks caused panic among residents, depriving them of basic necessities like education and potable water.

2015: Agricultural Institute and Central Prison Targeted in Al-Mahwit

On the same day, the US-Saudi airstrikes targeted the Agricultural Institute and the central prison in Al-Mahwit, causing significant destruction to the buildings and their contents. The attack aimed to dismantle Yemen's agricultural and security infrastructure, causing fear and disruption among the staff.

2018: Farms Targeted in Taiz

On July 7, 2018, the US-Saudi aggression targeted farms in the Sha'b al-Dakhil area of Khadir District, Taiz. The airstrikes resulted in six martyrs, four injured, and extensive destruction of crops, trees, and water networks. The attacks caused panic among residents, highlighting the ongoing humanitarian crisis.

These incidents are part of a larger pattern of war crimes and genocide against the Yemeni people over nine continuous years, causing widespread death, destruction, and displacement.

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