National Committee for Women condemns aggresson’s crime against al-Subia’an family
The National Committee for Women strongly condemned the crime committed by the Saudi-led aggression mercenaries against the al-Subia’an family in the Lower Khashaa area in Wadi Ubaida, Marib province, and seven citizens were killed and others were injured.
In a statement, the committee considered this horrific massacre a flagrant violation of international norms and laws that affirm the prohibition of attacks on homes, women and children.
The National Committee for Women called on local and international humanitarian organizations to condemn this crime and the crimes of the aggression against the Yemeni people.
The statement called on the tribes and the liberals of Yemen to repeal the tribes of the killers and liberate the occupied areas from the desecration of the occupiers and mercenaries.
The statement held the United Nations and its organizations responsible for turning a blind eye to such crimes, which are war crimes of the first degree and not subject to the statute of limitations.