Thousands protested in Sanaa against Saudi led airstrikes in Yemen
“The people of Yemen are fully prepared to confront aggression no matter what its size, whatever its potential. The Yemeni people depend on God Almighty and rely on God and depend on the self-development that develops day after day, one period after another,” said a protester.
“Men at the front of the army and the popular committees are facing aggression on foreign fronts. We also have a duty to confront those who work with this aggression from within,” added another protester.
The bombing by Saudi Arabia has now entered to the third year and has taken thousands of lives in Yemen.
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