Tens of thousands of Yemeni took to streets in the capital Thursday, assuring their steadfastness in the face of the brutal Saudi aggression against their country.
The angered Yemenis staged the massive rally in Sanaa streets, before they arrived in the “Taghyeer” (Change) Square. They chanted anti-Saudi and anti-US slogans, calling for the halt of the aggression and condemning the UN resolution.
The UN Security Council adopted a resolution in which it imposed arms embargo on Ansarullah revolutionaries, who are also known as Houthis, without calling for the halt of the Saudi-led aggression on the Arab poor country.
In this context, protesters in Sanaa condemned the resolution, stressing that the international community is taking part in the attack as it is not defending the Yemenis right to resist the aggression, a statement announced during the protest said.
Yemen has been under brutal aggression by Saudi-US coalition whose warplanes are carrying out airstrikes on several areas across the country. Hundreds of Yemenis have been killed in the aggression and more others have been injured.
Riyadh launched the attack on Yemen in a bid to restore power to Yemen’s fugitive president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi who is a close ally to Saudi Arabia.