Houthi terrorists killed 11 civilians and injured six others on Sunday evening in a fresh massacre in the western province of Hodeidah, the human rights ministry said in a condemnation statement.
The ministry said these Houthi massacres continue to unfold amidst a “suspicious silence by the international community.”
The theocratic terrorists heavily shelled Al-Qazah village south of Hodeidah, killing 11 civilians among them five children and three women.
The six injured are all in critical conditions.
The ministry said the Houthi massacres are directed at those who oppose the militia’s sectarian ideology and these massacre should not go unpunished. The ministry’s statement provided the names of the killed as follows: Muna Othman Omar, Jumaat Mohammed Ali, Omaymah Ayesh Ali, Maymoona Omar Ali, Hajer Omar, Mohammed Ali, Muhammad Fuad, Arafat Fuad, Rashed Omar, Muna Fuad, and Adnan Fuad.
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